ZTechnik VStream® Windscreens for the R1200GS Adventure are given an aerodynamic flair to the bottom edge that is compatible with the hand guards.
ZTechnik makes three different heights of R1200GS Adventure screens so riders can tailor their wind protection and comfort needs to their style of riding.
The extra tall, touring sized Z2418 windscreen, 5.00" taller than stock, brings VStream comfort, performance and durability to the R1200GS Adventure.
On all VStream windscreens for the R1200GS Adventure, the factory rake adjustment is retained.
Covered by ZTechnik's 3-Year Warranty against breakage!
ZTechnik® by National Cycle:
Accessories Exclusively for BMW® Motorcycles.
|Material Finish||FMR Hardcoated|
|Secondary Material Finish||N/A|
|Mount Type||Stock Mount Points|
Write Your Own Review
- Excellent! Review by A41Capt
My tall VStream® works wonders on my '05 R1200GS! At 6'3", I had a hell of a buffeting problem with my stock windscreen that this screen took away completely.Now, I'm comfortable at speed and it's unobtrusive when I'm up on the pegs off-road.
Thanks for a great product, and since I just bought an '09 GSA, this will be my first upgrade in another week or two! (Posted on 7/5/2015)
- VStream® Review by Mark C.
Just wanted to let you guys/gals know that I am very pleased with the VStream® Windscreen I recently ordered for my 2008 R1200GS Adventure. The sales person was extremely helpful, the order process was seamless, and delivery was prompt. Installation was straightforward, and the fit and finish was as advertised. Nice improvement over the stock windshield. Better looks and considerably less wind noise. That's what I was looking for!
Thank you. (Posted on 1/20/2015)
- VStream® Review by Scott D.
Just wanted you to know my thoughts on the VStream® Windscreen that I just installed on my 2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure.
The OEM screen on the Adventure is probably the best that I have seen in a long time. However, you still get some buffeting around the head and shoulders, particularly behind vans, SUVs, etc.
One other issue with the OEM screen, besides buffeting, was when I am going uphill and approaching the crest of the hill, with a downhill on the other side, you must look through a pretty severe distortion in the screen... I hated that. So I thought I would give the VStream a shot.
What I found out is the VStream is so optically clear that I can no shoot my onboard video camera through the screen with no problem. (Posted on 1/20/2015)
- VStream® Review by Lodewyk
The ZTechnik VStream® on my 2007 R1200GS Adventure is quiet, real quiet. Previously I had a Touratech windshield extender on the stock screen which helped, until I dropped it and it broke into pieces. The VStream is a lot quieter. The airflow is clean and there's no wind noise from the helmet.
Optically the screen is clear with virtually no distortion (unlike the hallucinogenic views you get from the stock screen), so looking through the screen is not really an issue. I have very strong reasons to believe that the increased size will also aid in the overall weather protection the screen provides.
I experienced no buffeting and the ride was noticeably more quiet. The screen's performance is very close to the Aeroflow's performance that I had on my R1150GS, but there are no metal prongs sticking up waiting to zip you open as you go flying over the handlebars in a worst case scenario.
The screen will make for a more enjoyable commute during winter. There was no interference with the handlebars, mirrors or GPS mounted on the handlebars and I had to make no adjustments to any of the above items to get the screen to fit. Didn't have to bend or force anything to get this on.
I've done close on 1000 miles since the installation. My ride takes me on the interstate for a 75-mile one-way commute and I run at speeds up to 90 but average around 70 to 75mph. The screen is so quiet that you can hear the motor running. (Posted on 1/20/2015)
Height: 23.00" (58.5cm);
Width: 18.50" (47.0cm)
Measured vertically from the bottom center edge to the top of the screen, and horizontally across the back at the widest point.