This superb Accessory Windscreen and its sturdy mount system were designed and developed to fit perfectly on the R1150R. The tall touring size gives excellent performance and protection for long distance riding or cold weather commuting.
Lexan® polycarbonate construction offers 23X more crack resistance and 20X more impact resistance than the acrylic or "aircraft plastic" used in most aftermarket screens. The tough FMR hardcoating, meanwhile, offers 3X the abrasion resistance of most acrylic screens.
Covered by ZTechnik's 3-Year Warranty against breakage!
ZTechnik® by National Cycle:
Accessories Exclusively for BMW® Motorcycles.
|Material Finish||FMR Hardcoated|
|Secondary Material||Stainless Steel|
|Secondary Material Finish||Painted|
|Mount Type||Stock Mount Points|
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- ZTechnik® Accessory Windscreen Review by Tracey P.
I figured that, in light of my recent accident, I'd send you guys an e-mail with a few pictures showing just how durable your R1150R Windshield really is. I'm sure you already know just what your windshields will handle, but here's a real-world example.
I was heading to a BMW rally in northern Arizona and managed to get all the way there before I slid the front end under hard braking and went down on the right side of the bike. I slid a few yards on the gravel-strewn pavement but suffered no injuries.
The bike, on the other hand, hit the ground, slid on the crashbars for a bit before rolling almost completely over and put a pretty hefty amount of weight on the windshield. The screen has some scrapes all over, and all the way onto the upper edge as well, but it never cracked, warped, or anything else. It pulled the well-nuts out of the lower mounts and ripped the bolt holding the upper right mount to the triple clamp out. But the screen held up marvelously, the mounts are unbent, and I rode it the 250 miles home with no issues. You guys make a great product. (Posted on 1/20/2015)
Height: 20.25" (51.5cm)
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.