Those are aftermarket screens made by Zero Gravity. I contacted them a few weeks ago and they said they WILL be making screens for the R3, available later this year.This is the slight mistake that Yamaha and Honda have made with theses bikes. By stylizing and flush mounting the windscreen into the front fairing, they have made the options to change it or adjust it more limited. By simply fitting the windshield over the bodywork, Kawasaki has left every option for windshield shape open. And even makes them adjustable for height by using different bolt holes.
Simply put, no. Just have to do it carefully, but it's a quick change out.Do you have to take off the entire front end of the bike to put on a different screen? On the CBR500R you have to spend at least 2 hours taking the bike apart to do it.
I am kind of mixed on a bigger screen like the touring one, I tried one on the FZ6R, it was so loud I only rode it once and sold it.
hello again! since i am a noob in riding again haha i want to hear peoples opinion on which one is better the ST or the double bubble? what is the pros and cons on each windscreen? thanks in advance on who ever is gona join this discussion!Zero Gravity finally put some pictures up.
It's hard to say without riding them both to see if one is quieter than the other since they are both about the same height and tilt.which one is better the ST or the double bubble?
This is good a video to watchhello again! since i am a noob in riding again haha i want to hear peoples opinion on which one is better the ST or the double bubble? what is the pros and cons on each windscreen? thanks in advance on who ever is gona join this discussion!
Be warned. They are NOT OEM Yamaha. No connection to Yamaha whatsoever. I bought a black one from them. Arrived all scratched up and I had to polish the whole thing to get it right.http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/261995817335?ul_noapp=true&chn=ps&lpid=82
Looks like they have a OEM aftermarket bubble screen now.
Waiting for one of those nice ZeroG screens, you should report them to fleabay!Be warned. They are NOT OEM Yamaha. No connection to Yamaha whatsoever. I bought a black one from them. Arrived all scratched up and I had to polish the whole thing to get it right.
These are the same ones as I posted on back in early August:
Not bad quality, just that the packaging was bad. Plus, they do NOT ship from Austin, TX. They come from Malaysia.
Best to spend the extra $20-$30 and get a PowerBronze or Zero Gravity screen. NOTE: Sportbiketrackgear sells the Zero Gravity Double Bubble for $85, shipped. Currently out of stock but they notify when back in stock if you throw them your email.
Try 5'11" 210 lbs with a XL helmet. Feels like Knight Rider slowing down from Ultra Pursuit mode when you get up from a tuck at anything above 80 mph especially with a loose jacket on. Sometime you just want to ride in less of a tuck on these bumpy city roads and highways with less wind.If you are around 5'8" do you really need a bigger wind screen? Not having a R3 yet (or ridden one) is the wind that bad at highway speeds?