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Zero Gravity Double Bubble Windscreen Kawasaki Ninja 300
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
Good Wind Protection
Definitely better wind protection than the stock screen. I got the light smoke and it looks great on my white Ninja. At low speeds it doesn't do very much, but over say, 45 or 50, I can tell. The wind hits me at the top of the shoulders now instead of at the chest. I'm 6'2" so makes a huge difference.
June 18, 2014
Purchased this due to its shape fits well with stock lines of the bike.
Not as durable as the Puigi or as wind deflecting as Tour but overall good choice for the bike.
June 2, 2014
Was on the fence when it came to choosing a windscreen, but knew one thing the stock ninja 300 windscreen was not very effective. The Zero Gravity Doubble Bubble is excellent, it smoothed out the air comming over the fairing nicely, quited things down at highway speeds, installed easily, and looks pretty sharp. A note on installation; the windscreen does not fit as snuggly as the oem. First off it is thinner, lighter, more flexible, and the holes are slightly larger. After attaching it to the bike you can grab it and move it up and down and it squeaks. Now, the sceen does not move while riding around at any speed and there is no audible sound coming from the windscreen at any speed. I have read that some people have used various rubber grouments and such to get a tighter, snigger, squeak free fit. I am leaving mine as is since the fellas at Zero Gravity invented the Doubble Bubble and built the part to a specification for the 300. And in case you didn't know the Zilla guys are the best!
January 22, 2014
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sammy m: it fits and is a quality part. but more over i purchased from revzilla because of anthony, he is a rider, skater, entrepreneur, family man. he seems like a great guy, does the best product reviews, is educated, and a person i would gladly ride with.Jan 16, 2014
A shopper asked:Looking at this or a cheaper double bubble but which is better Acrylic? Or ABS? And why?Feb 14, 2014
sammy m:well, like most things in life which is better depends on what you preferences are and in this case i would say your intended application. Abs plastic or polycarbonate is stronger, more ridged, heavier, usually meets dot standards, does not shatter when meet with overwhelming forces, it scratches easier but can be buffed, it is less optically clear and produces more artifacts while looking through it. Acrylic is lighter, more flexible, less prone to scratches, is optically superior, it will crack and can shatter when meet with overwhelming forces, some people say that in an crash it can create sharp edges that my harm the rider, although i have never seen any evidence of this, it does not meet dot standards. my application is on a sport bike, so, the screen is small and i think that the safety issue is a non issue for me. if i was putting a windscreen on a tourer or a cruiser i would go with polycarbonate due the the fact that the screen would be upright and take much more abuse. for a sport-bike application i prefer the acrylic. Zero Gravity is the originator of the double bubble for race applications and i like to go with a proven product. i hope this helped. also watch the Revzilla video with Anthony he hits some of these points in regards to Zero Gravity.Feb 18, 2014