COMFORT – OPTICS – STRENGTH
National Cycle has applied their famous VStream® design to the Ducati® Multistrada 950/1200/1260!
VStream gets its name from its unique patented shape. The advanced "V" profile and dimensional contours push the wind vortex out and away from the rider's helmet, resulting in a peaceful, quieter riding environment.
National Cycle makes these VStream Windscreens from tough 4.5mm Quantum® hardcoated polycarbonate. This high quality material, along with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, provides outstanding clarity and strength characteristics unmatched by any windscreen maker worldwide.
Quantum hardcoated polycarbonate is the material of choice for serious motorcycle riders. Polycarbonate has impact resistance 20X greater than windscreens on the market made from commonly used acrylic or "aircraft plastic”, along with the best scratch resistance in the world.
VStream Windscreens are easy to install and are protected by a 3-Year Warranty against breakage!
This mid-sized N20504 windscreen creates a comfortable area free from turbulence, buffeting and noise. Our average height test riders found that even in the highest position, this windscreen was about 4.0" (10cm) below their line of site, yet still provided ample wind protection.
|Material Finish||Quantum® Hardcoated|
|Color||Light Gray, 26% Tint|
|Secondary Material Finish||N/A|
|Mount Type||Stock Mount Points|
Write Your Own Review
- Just Awesome! Review by SteveC
Original windshield had a lot of noise and buffering at all heights. Wind was hitting me directly on the chest. Put this one on and was an immediate improvement. Wind now hits around the shoulders. Much quieter for my Cardo headset, listening to music and talking on phone.
The tint is minor and actually helps with the sun on my color display. Size is not much different from the OEM, a little taller, but still looks sporty on the bike. The shape performs... couldn't be happier. (Posted on 4/8/2020)
Center Screen Height: 20.00" (50.8cm)
Width: 14.75" (37.5cm)
Center Screen Height is from the bottom center edge to top of screen. Width is measured in a straight line across the back at the widest point.