VStream® revolutionizes windscreen performance! The advanced "V" shape and dimensional contours push the wind vortex out and away from the rider's helmet, resulting in a peaceful, quiet environment. This improvement is notable for the passenger as well.
The Z2390 is a generously-sized sport-touring screen, and will give most F900R riders excellent wind protection while maintaining the bike's sporting appearance.
The included VStream+ mount bracket is built specifically for the F900R, providing a strong and rigid mounting structure to minimize flex and vibration.
State-of-the-art 4.5mm Quantum® hardcoated polycarbonate gives this VStream windscreen outstanding clarity and strength characteristics unmatched by any windshield maker worldwide.
This exclusive combination of Quantum and polycarbonate is 30X more scratch-resistant than acrylic materials, has better UV life, chemical resistance, and optical definition, and has superior crack and impact resistance.
Covered by ZTechnik's 3-Year Warranty against breakage!
ZTechnik® by National Cycle:
Accessories Exclusively for BMW® Motorcycles.
|Material Finish||Quantum® Hardcoated|
|Color||Light Gray, 26% Tint|
|Secondary Material Finish||Powdercoated|
|Mount Type||VStream+® Custom Mounts|
Write Your Own Review
- Great Product Review by Mike
I bought this screen a few weeks ago for my F900R. Item arrived quickly and was well packaged. It is well constructed and made from high quality materials. Install was simple but instructions did not have any torque specs.
I have been riding with it for a few hundred miles and overall I really like it. It moves the wind off my upper body while still retaining the sports appeal of the bike. Even though I am a shorter rider (5'4"), my helmet is fully in the wind without any turbulence. The partial tint is well done and not distracting or too dark. Screen cleans well and has not scratched at all yet. (Posted on 5/31/2021)
Center Screen Height: 17.50" (44.5cm)
Width: 14.25" (32.2cm)
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 top's widest point.