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Zero Gravity Sport Touring Windscreen Honda NC700X
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.
Zero Gravity Sport Touring Windscreen Honda NC700X 2012-2015
Looks great, works pretty well.
I love the look of this windscreen, and glad it's consistent with the previous reviews on Revzilla.....favoring more form over function. Not really doing any long, extensive rides, so works perfectly for what I need.
July 20, 2015
defineatly and improvement from stock
as with most reviews the stock wind screen diverted so air but not enough. I'm 5'8", With zero gravity I felt improvement but about 3 inches more would be perfect so I'll be looking for an extension. One prop for Revilla I ordered my screen on Sunday and expected it in a week I was amazed how fast it got here.
June 29, 2015
Could be taller
Windshield was shorter than I expected and unfortunately it doesn't do what I was hoping it would, which was to kick the bugs over my face shield. However, it fit the bike perfectly, especially in the dark smoke color, mounted perfectly, does take some of the pressure off my body and did not create any buffeting. I've ordered a Laminar Lip in the hope that addition will get those pesky bugs up and over my face shield.
May 5, 2015
Looks great and more wind protection than stock!
I replaced the stock windscreen on my 2012 Honda NC700X with a Zero Gravity Tour screen and the wind protection is much better than stock. The ZG screen moved the wind that was hitting my chest to the top of my helmet. Plus I think it looks great on my NC!
January 20, 2015
Great windscreen for the money looks good on bike.
August 1, 2014
Honda NC700X - higher windscreen made a big difference
For the Honda NC700X the higher windscreen made a big difference. I did not give the product 5 stars because if you are over 6ft there is still an issue with wind hitting the helmet. I may try to find longer bolts and a few washers to see if I can fine tune the angle a little.
The screen looks great and the price was right. Much better than the stock screen. I would recommend the product.
May 14, 2014
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D S: I wanted a way to reduce wind on my Honda CTX700N and with a little..ok alot of work it came out great. I had to remove the headlight and shroud to access the shield to drill and mount too. Once done it looks great, but squeaks a little.Jun 24, 2015
Brian W: Wanted to move the air off my chest at highway speeds.Apr 18, 2015
Christopher S:Thanks for the question about hand guards. Unfortunately I don't use them, but when I turn the bars hard right or left....there's about 1" clear on either side of the shield. The Honda NC700X DCT bars are pretty crowded in that area because of transmission controls, etc. Good luck.Aug 28, 2015
Nenad R:Zero Gravity Sport Touring windscreen for Honda NC700X is about 4.5" taller than the stock screen. I am 6'1", but sit slouched on the motorcycle, and the wind hits me on the helmet, while the stock screen protects up to mid-chest. It does not look big and obnoxious, on the bike. I have a smoke version, and it complements the bike nicely, although the smaller (stock) screen looks better on the bike. It takes 2 minutes to exchange screens, so if you plan on doing longer rides, I recommend this screen.Feb 28, 2015