Zero Gravity Sport Touring Windscreen Honda VFR800 2002-2010
Only two mounting points, not four
Ordered to mount on my 2006 VFR800 but screen has only two mounting eyes to slide over the tiny screws high up in the frame and no means of connecting it properly with the two more sturdy bolts deeper in the frame ; does not fit nicely behind the plastic covers on the inside of the fairing. Why not use the original four point like Givi or Puig do? Not for me, mickey mouse.
August 7, 2014
Effectively re-routes air flow.
This windscreen is very simple to install and fits perfectly. It is more effective at lower speeds, reducing air flow and noise. At higher speeds air flow is noticeably moved off the chest, but wind and noise to head/face is still considerable.
September 25, 2013
Does a great job, but not a true sport touring shield
In general, it does reduce wind drag on the body and somewhat on the helmet...but, I was expecting more wind reduction. I am 5'10, 160 lbs. It looks awesome though! If you are willing to crouch or tuck at all, then it is easy to completely eliminate wind drag. Overall, it is a great windshield that is worth the money, but do not expect it to provide wind protection similar to a true sport touring bike/winshield.
August 5, 2013
Light, easy to install, and looks good
This windscreen adds about 3" over the stock Honda screen and puts the wind right about visor level for me (5'-7"). At 3/4 tuck, the ride is smooth and quiet, but don't expect gusts from the sides to disappear. The acrylic material is thinner than stock and feels a bit flimsy, so don't beat on it. Focal quality is good, not as clear as they say, with some distortion in the middle of the screen.
Installation was a breeze, and takes about 5-10 minutes. The windscreen fits the bike well and maintains an OEM look.
July 22, 2013
3 years of use
True confession, I bought my bike used with this windscreen already installed. I have a 2002 Honda VFR800 (Interceptor). This screen does a good job for most conditions, except cross-winds where I get some helmet buffeting. It looks like ti belongs on the bike. Over the past 3 riding seasons, I've covered 10 states in the midsection of the country and about 20,000 miles. I've had no reason to try anything else.
January 15, 2013