From Unofficial Zero Manual
- 1 OEM Windscreens
- 2 Official Third-Party Windscreens
- 3 Universal and Adapted Windscreens
See OEM Touring Screen Install for installing any of Zero's current windscreens.
Zero Touring Windscreen
- Recent addition with a spoiler and more design for aerodynamic comfort.
Zero Commuter Windscreen
- Provides efficiency gains of 10-15% particularly when crouched.
Zero Dual Sport Windscreen
- Relatively modest with more angular styling.
Official Third-Party Windscreens
- They have a particular design philosophy around windscreens that works rather well for good airflow and low drag.
Universal and Adapted Windscreens
- Makes the mounts and windscreens that Zero brands for its bikes. They have other options that provide some choices.
- See OEM Touring Screen Install for installing any of MRA's universal windscreens.
- See I want to mount a MRA V-FLOW X-CREEN SPORT TYP "C" on my Zero FXS for MRA fitment details examined for an FXS
- Makes windscreens and mounts for sportbikes, naked bikes, and cruisers.
- Makes windscreens designed for maximum efficiency, claims +15mpg difference at highway speeds for a number of motorcycle models.
- Offers some windshields for naked bikes that can be adapted to a Zero:
- Discussion thread proving and itemizing a BMW fitting by user:BrianTRice. Efficiency gains are 15-20% except in severe headwinds.
- Slipstreamer S-05 Turbo Zero SR install confirmation, with a successful aerodynamic and comfort improvement. (forum reference).
- Slipstreamer Spitfire install confirmation.
- Slipstreamer SS-10 Viper install confirmation.
- This is apparently a family of windscreens (sport-touring and cruiser style) with handlebar mounts. They are cheap ($55) but not of great quality.
- First found EBay listing
- EBay Search: Large 19"x17" Clear Windshield For Motorcycle Yamaha Cruiser 7/8 & 1"Handlebars
- Post from a Zero owner and his experience on this windscreen: Re: Zero's been watching us (windscreen)
Givi A660 Universal Airstar Windscreen
- Nate Nelson reports on Zero Motorcycles Owners Group (F-Book) it's worked well for 2000 miles on his Zero S