VStream+® Touring Windscreen for Suzuki® M109R2 Boulevard

Item Number: N28206


Availability: In Stock


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.

FMR hardcoated Lexan® polycarbonate is used for outstanding optics and impact strength 23X better than acrylic. This is one tough windscreen! That's why it's covered by National Cycle's 3-Year Warranty against breakage!

Sturdy 4-point mount system attaches to the forks, requires no modifications to stock components, and provides outstanding rigidity. All hardware is included.

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

Additional Information

Windscreen VStream+®
Material Lexan® Polycarbonate
Material Finish FMR Hardcoated
Color Light Gray, 26% Tint
Thickness 4.5mm
Secondary Material Steel
Secondary Material Finish Powdercoated
Mount Type VStream+® Custom Mounts

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Customer Reviews

VStream+® Review by Jeff Conrad
"I just wanted to write to tell you that you folks make a superior product. I bought a Tall Touring VStream® Windscreen for my 2008 Suzuki M109 and I love it. It is exactly what I'd hoped for. It blends in so well with the bike that you hardly notice the thing, but take it out on the highway and you really notice how well it splits the wind. This windscreen greatly reduces the wind buffeting and does not obstruct your view.

"I can now go on long rides without getting beaten up by the wind. It is the best and I love it. Thanks!" (Posted on 1/20/2015)
FMR Hardcoated
Includes Mount Kit
Light Gray, 26% Tint

Height: 19.25" (48.9cm)
Width: 17.50" (44.5cm)

Measured vertically from the bottom center edge to the top of the screen, and horizontally across the back at the widest point.

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