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Zero Gravity Double Bubble Windscreen for Yamaha FZ 6 R
Best optics of any windscreen on the market. All are fabricated using highly specialized "blow molding" techniques similar to those used to form aircraft canopies. The result is virtually disortion-free optics
Made from the finest grade of 1/8" acrylic plastic. Each windscreen is stretched as it is formed, a process which results in superior strength and flexibility. This flexibility allows the windscreen to absorb road vibrations and resist cracking
Factory drilled holes and profiles that match your OEM fairing for a precise fit
Used by the best Superbike, Grand Prix, Supersport and Endurance teams in America, Zero Gravity windscreens dominate road racing
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A shopper asked:question on double bubble v. the sr series. in the video anthony mentions that the double bubble would be better for the track but in the images for the fz6r sr series, it looks to me like it is more aero than the double bubble. can anyone confirm that the double bubble is better than the sr series? thank you!Aug 27, 2013
Jorel P:I think so..... it definitely is functional and looks better in my opinion. But its about the buyers wants and needs. If you wanna cut drag and not tuck so hard at high speeds I say double bubble. Aug 27, 2013
Michael D:The SR windscreen is just a duplicate of your stock windscreen, but made out of acrylic instead of polycarbonate. The Double Bubble is more aerodynamic, and is better suited for the track. MotoGP bikes use the Corsa, but unfortunately the Corsa is not available for the Hayabusa.Sep 3, 2013
Harry B:I changed out to a double bubble on my 2011 R1 that I use mostly for the track. Its a huge improvement over stock. It reduces turbulence and gives me more space while tucked. Not a very fast rider but it works well even past 140 mph on the straights.Aug 27, 2013
Jonathan T:The SR has a profile similar to the stock windscreen. The double bubble would be more efficient at diverting the air up and over and around the rider. I remember having to still tuck in a bit to get out of the wind stream. Aug 27, 2013