Zero Gravity Double Bubble Windscreen Kawasaki Ninja 650R 2012-2014
Much better than OEM
The dark smoke double bubble windscreen completely changed how my ninja looks. Looks great, and has held up well so far.
July 19, 2014
Installed this on my 650 ninja, the bike looks totally different now.The dark tinted screen matches my black bike perfectly.
June 4, 2014
Makes the bike look so much better
Shields wind unlike the stock one and looks amazing
April 21, 2014
Gives the Ninja 650 a sport look.
I love the Double Bubble windscreen. It just right for wind protection and give the bike an sport look.
April 15, 2014
Looks great if it doesn't scratch
First let me say I love how the double bubble windscreen has changed the profile of my bike. When clean, it looks amazing. But it scratches easily and the dark smoke shows all of it (although that could just be specific situations that happened to me that scratched it). But even with the scratches, it beats the look of the stock.
April 9, 2014
Its like tinting your car windows it looks awesome. I bought the smoked windshield and my bike is looking sick.
March 24, 2014
What a difference over stock.
Double bubble gives you more wind resistance over stock and also looks a lot better. Highly recommended.
November 4, 2013
It looks good
I bought this to hopefully help with the wind (I'm 5'10"). It wasn't much different than the factory one. It's about 1-2 inches taller, but it didn't make enough difference for me (even when I adjusted it to the highest setting).
You have to kind of stretch/flatten it slightly to get the holes to line up, but when you do, they line up very well.
What worried me when I received the package was the warning that the sun's rays could melt your motorcycle's panels. From further research, it turns out that due to the parabolic design, if you park the motorcycle facing away from the sun's path of travel, there is a possibility that the parabolic shape will focus the rays. I wish I would have seen that warning before purchasing. But apparently as long as you face toward the sun (or cover your bike or put a cloth underneath it), then you will probably be fine. As for me, I used plastidip on it. It won't focus rays anymore, and personally it helps me (as a new rider) to not look down since I can't see through the plastidip.
I only said that I don't recommend the product because it doesn't seem different to stock (for me), and it may require more work and careful thinking every time you park so that you can avoid damage.
August 2, 2013