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Zero Gravity Sport Touring Windscreen Honda CBR250 R
GOT WIND? Zero Gravity® is proud to introduce our tallest performance windscreens. This windscreen is designed to maximize your riding pleasure with superior optics, fit and finish, and wind protection. Sport Touring Series™ screens feature a unique design to reduce the windblast on the rider and provide more comfort while in the upright riding position.
Sport Touring Series screens are pre-drilled to factory specs and can be used with O.E.M. well nut kits.
This should not be considered a "touring" windscreen
My screen cracked and I had to replace it. I decided on the Zero Gravity touring screen for my Honda CBR 250. I thought it would make the wind go right over me. Instead, it feels no different then the stock screen I had before I had another brand installed. The wind, while going 50+mph simply blows me around and really beats me up. It's as if it's tall enough but not wide at all and the wind whips right around it. I'm VERY disappointed in this screen and will be replacing it. (I am 5'3" 120 pounds, even in a tuck position, this screen does not do the job). So now that I have compared 3 size screens on my bike, the Zero a Gravity was the WORSE!
March 10, 2014
Makes all the difference.
The sport touring windscreen makes all the difference over the stock windscreen on my 2012 CBR250R. Before, the bike was almost unridable on the interstate, at least I thought so. The wind turbulence was just ridiculous. This windscreen doesn't take away all the wind, but it makes a huge difference. It doesn't detract from the bike's style, either. It looks pretty good actually. Ok, onto the negatives, which are minor really. This thing was hard to install, and the instructions suck. It's just that all the plastic fits a certain way and overlaps in many places. Also, the stock windscreen has notches to fit in place metal pieces that receive bolts from the dash. The zero gravity windscreen is missing these notches, even though it's supposed to be custom made.
August 31, 2013
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