National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Yamaha FZ-07 2015-2017
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  • National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Yamaha FZ-07 2015-2017

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National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Yamaha FZ-07 2015-2017 Videos

National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Yamaha FZ-07

National Cycle revolutionizes windscreen performance with the VStream Windscreen! The patented "V" shape and advanced dimensional contours push the wind vortex away from the rider's head, resulting in a peaceful, quiet riding environment. The passenger's comfort is improved as well.

Reduced wind noise... less turbulence... superior strength... perfect style. The VStream revolution is here!

Features:

  • Thick, sturdy Quantum hardcoated Lexan polycarbonate
  • Height: 18
  • Width: 17.5
  • Uses existing mounting hardware for a direct replacement
  • DOT approved
  • Covered by National Cycle's 3-Year Warranty 

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4.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
This Product Fits:
Yamaha
FZ-07 2015, 2016, 2017
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3.3 / 5.0
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Bang For The Buck
2.7 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.7 / 5
Durability
3.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Not recomended
This is an attempt at a comprehensive review of the National Cycle VStream “Tall” windscreen for a 2015 FZ-07.

My vitals: Age: 36, height 6’ 3” barefoot 185lbs (tall and skinny), or about 6’ 5” with my boots on. Experienced rider.

Location/driving conditions: 80% driving on Las Vegas highways and interstates; speeds around 65-75mph. The bike is used primarily for commuting to work, 32 miles round trip five days a week. I have driven with the screen on for over 1500 miles.

Motorcycle: 2015 FZ-07 purchased brand new, broken in properly, professionally maintained by myself; I am a mechanic.

Other mods: Yoshimura exhaust, power commander, Yoshimura fender kit, LED turn signals front and rear. All other mods performed before the installation of this windscreen.

Now with all that info out of the way let’s get into the review. Las Vegas has some amazing year round riding conditions; the only real draw back to this area is the wind. It gets extremely gusty in the valley and the FZ-07 has nothing to “tuck” behind to get out of the wind. I knew that a naked bike would have issues in the wind at higher speed compared to a fully faired sport bike, but you can’t beat the FZ-07’s MPG and how fun it is to drive. I was hoping that this windscreen would be a good addition to the bike; but really it is not.

Let’s first start out with its construction. The mount bracket for the windscreen is very solid and the windscreen looks like it could take a beating; but what it mounts to is obviously not intended for the added weight of the screen and the air pressures placed on it at high speeds. Just like another review said; this screen flops around at all speeds. Realistically the screen needs two more strut mounts at the top of the screen that come down to the handle bars to carry the load. The screen is not very clear to look through. It has a weird wavy look to everything as I am going down the road. Also, the sunlight reflects off of all the black plastic behind the screen and causes a glare. When I attempt to tuck behind it, I find myself lying with my eyes above the screen so I can still see the road; this kind of defeats the purpose for the screen in my opinion because my entire head is still in the airstream.

Now let’s talk about the wind. Honestly it is actually windier with the screen on. Because the ergo’ s of the FZ-07 have me sitting at an upright angle opposed to laying forward, the windscreen is sitting about chest/shoulder level for my taller body type. Because of this position of the screen in relation to my body; all the air is blasting me between my chest, shoulders and neck area. The air pressure is actually very uncomfortable at high speeds. When I do tuck in behind the screen the wind is gone, but because I find it difficult to see through the windscreen, I usually do not stay tucked for long. Las Vegas has some very bad cross winds and this screen seems to make things worse. A few days ago we had 25-30mph gusts from the south west and I was driving west (the wind was hitting me on my left side). I could feel every gust hit the screen and push the handlebars to the right. Honestly it is a little scary. Cross winds are not fun on any motorcycle and this is not helping.

One positive thing I notice is when tucked in and all the wind gone and I can tell there is an improvement in aerodynamics for the motorcycle. By tucking in all the way behind the screen, I see an increase in speed by about 2 mph. You may be thinking that I am moving my wrist when I am tucking; but I can assure you that my RPM’s are staying exactly the same. I actually took the time on some empty roads to see if this was just a placebo effect. I very carefully monitored my wrist/RPM’s while riding tucked and each time I went behind the screen my speeds went up in a consistent fashion. So obviously my tall frame is a gigantic speed brake in the wind.

This brings me to another positive thing I have noticed with the screen; my MPG has gone up slightly. Before the screen was installed, I was getting 57-59 mpg consistently at each fill up. By tucking in behind the screen on a regular basis, I am getting 60-61 mpg. I am not using the trip computer for theses MPG calculations; instead I am taking the miles traveled at fill up and dividing it by the gallons filled. But! And this is a big “but”, the increase is only when I ride tucked all the time. If I ride in the normal upright position, my MPG is in the 57-59 range.

Night driving is also another negative issue. The illumination from the FZ-07’s display reflects off of the screen and makes a very big blind spot in the middle my field of view. Also, the light from the FZ-07’s headlight reflects on the bottom of the screen and makes it even harder to see through. The headlight comes though the edge of the screen and makes this weird halo affect though the screen. It’s hard to describe exactly what this looks like, but it’s annoying to say the least. Also, any other lights from other vehicles or street lamps glare really badly off the screen at night. So there is glare from my own headlight, the display screen, the street lights and other headlights; it is almost impossible to safely see through at night.
When I saw this product I was very excited to add it to my ride, but the more I use it I am disappointed with it more and more and I would not recommend buying it. I am going to take off the screen in the near future and see if the ride is better or worse. More to come.

Pros:
Quality of materials used/durability.
Ease of installation.
Slight increase of aerodynamics/MPG.
Can get out of the wind when possible.

Cons:
Floppy mounting/lack of mounting points.
Poor visibility.
Uncomfortable wind/wind concentrated at your chest/head when riding upright.
Possible control issues in high crosswinds.
Lots of glare from the sun.
Lots of glare from lights at night.
Blind spot from illuminated display at night.
High cost
November 13, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Use MTA Universal Mounting Kit
I agree with the other reviews this is a very nice windscreen with the proper height for good wind protection, however the headlight mounting bracket is not sturdy enough to support it and thus it flops around. National Cycle had no solution or bracket to remedy.

So I added (1) bracket from the MTA Universal Mounting Kit, going from the left handlebar to left of center on the windscreen. Now it's rock solid! Now I love it!

I have (1) bracket from the MTA Universal Mounting Kit left and will sell if interested. jimwills@bellsouth.net
December 14, 2015
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Quality screen with great protection hamstrung by weak mount
This could be a game changer product for the FZ-07, the screen is Crystal clear, very thick and well crafted. The ease of installation is well within anyone's grasp. Wind protection is excellent and alleviates the buffetting in stock form. However, as shipped, this mounts to the 4 rubber screw holes above the headlight using a nicely constructed unit. Sounds perfect, and it is until you start moving, that's when things go south, the screen vibrates up and down. Compounded by the fact this occurs right in your line of sight. Very disappointing, hoping I can return it and find something better.
October 1, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
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Got this for my wife's Yamaha FZ-07 and she loves the added wind protection. Looks are decent as well. Install didn't take long at all.
Dan L on Apr 7, 2016
This touring windscreen has the best styling and protection of any I've seen made for the Yamaha FZ-07.
Vaughan R on Jul 28, 2015
Got this for my wife's Yamaha FZ-07 and she loves the added wind protection. Looks are decent as well. Install didn't take long at all.
Dan L on Apr 7, 2016
the clear screen leaves the look intact, with good wind protection.
Joel T on Sep 3, 2015
This touring windscreen has the best styling and protection of any I've seen made for the Yamaha FZ-07.
Vaughan R on Jul 28, 2015
the clear screen leaves the look intact, with good wind protection.
Joel T on Sep 3, 2015