National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Kawasaki Concours 14 2008-2014
My Concours is so much more enjoyable to ride now that I've installed the new windscreen. No more deafening wind noise. I can even wear an open face helmet now, which was impossible with the original screen.
October 21, 2015
Much better than stock windscreen
Fitted on 2013' Kawasaki Concours. I am 5' 9" 185. I have a russell day long seat and this screen is perfect. It allows for clean air around my helmet in the lowered position and gives plenty of protection in the fully raised position. I occasionally put stock seat on and the screen is even better when fully raised, however, doesnt allow much air in the fully lowered position.
August 17, 2015
Great improvement over OEM windshield
I bought the VStream after much researching and debating on how it would look on my 2010 Concourse. After installing it and taking a test ride I love it. I'm 6' 2" and the stock screen hit me mid-face level at full height resulting in a lot of wind noise and buffeting. I rode like this since buying the bike in July, 2010...what a mistake. The VStream is taller and creates a quiet environment at highway speeds. The noise is greatly reduced and I don't need to wear ear plugs anymore. I balked at the price but the quality is high and the performance is great. Overall, it's worth the money and is a great improvement for those over six feet tall. Now that it's on my bike I think the VStream looks good. It's a classy upgrade that performs.
April 6, 2015
This windscreen is a must for the Concours ....
What a fantastic difference the Vstream Windscreen has made. The air flow from my Concours was either blasting me in the chest or, with the stock shield raised, slamming me in the top of my head (I'm 6' tall). Even in the top most raised position, the stock shield was really bad on interstate rides (65-70 m.p.h., honest), and the noise was deafening. After installing the Vstream, the lowered position hits me at about the neck, and wind is nowhere to be found in the raised position. In other words, it is perfect--and perfectly quiet. The Vstream also is much thicker than the stock screen, and, if the advertisements are to be believed, much safer when hit by road debris, etc. Not that I've gotten to test that feature, because most bugs are sucked off to the side or over the top, keeping the screen cleaner ...
October 29, 2014
best kept secret... A must for every Concours
I installed mine last saturday, on time for a foliage ride.
What a difference ! I'm 6' and this shield is about my nose height. Before, my parters would ask me to close my helmet face shield, way too much noise on the intercom... no more, the Sena is dead quiet. I didn't have to use ear plugs for this ride. I could even ride with my face shield open.
I always carry a micro fiber wet rag & some plexus for my face shield. Forgot to use it: no bugs splattered this time.
Way to go, V Stream: keep on the good work !
October 7, 2014
Quieter but taller
Splits the wind well and gives a quieter ride but air spills lower over the top because it's not concave like the OE shield. Often am looking through instead of over the top.
August 2, 2014
Great addition if you are tall
I am 6'1" and the stock windshield made me feel like a bobble head with all the buffeting. This windshield fixed that. It is tall enough when fully up to block most of the wind. Down all the way I can still get wind on my chest to cool off. It does flex around some if you have it all the way up at highway speeds but not too bad. I have also read that you shouldn't move it up and down while driving but i haven't had an issue with the motor yet and it has been on for about 3000 miles now. Also the shipping time was fast as always with Revzilla, no complaints at all.
July 28, 2014
The VStream winscreen is 100% better than the stock windscreen! When the windsreen is extended to its "up" position the wind noise is virtually gone! I would definitely recommended it to those that are between 6'0" and 6'2" tall. I'm 6'1" and it made a huge difference for me!
June 30, 2014