The C650GT AeroScreen has several notable features incorporated into the design that contribute to its performance. Flares at the top and sides
expand the envelope of protection for solo or 2-up riding and relieves back pressure. A larger air intake offers improved laminar airflow and reduces turbulence.
Compound curves coupled with the flares and the larger air intake lip at the bottom combine allowing maximum coverage without looking through the screen. Utilizes stock windscreen mounting locations and stock mounting screws. Retains stock adjustability.
Compared to the stock BMW screen the AeroScreen's surface and perimeter shapes are a smooth, aerodynamic shape with no abrupt changes in contours. The top edge of both AeroScreens has been pushed back, closer to
the driver, and is gently flared at the top directing airflow over the driver's helmet while allowing visibility over the screens. To provide better helmet and shoulder protection the AeroScreens are wider and
rounded at the top, as opposed to the GT screen's shape which is wider at the top/sides and shorter in the center of the screen.
The mounting hole locations of our screens also make them sit higher than stock and though our Standard height screen is virtually the same length as the BMW stock, it sits roughly 3" taller than stock when mounted on the bike. Though physically only 1" longer than the Standard, the Tall AeroScreen sits roughly 5-1/2" higher than stock and has more flare at the top. Both AeroScreens excellent upper body and helmet protection than stock for both driver and passenger.
Standard height for riders up to 5'10", Tall height for 6'0" and up. AeroScreens available in Clear only.
I finally did get a chance to get out for about 150 miles this past week with about 50 of those miles being 2-up. My first impression is that the AeroFlow produces a much cleaner airflow at
any position. In fact I found myself riding at highway speeds with the screen full down more then fully up. To be clear with the screen fully up it provided a clean and quiet wind flow producing a bubble so quiet it was quite easy to have
a conversation with my passenger. Very reminiscent to the experience I had when demoing the K1600GTL. In fact it was difficult to find a position that caused any unpleasant wind buffeting.
1-up there were several positions I liked based upon the speed I was traveling. I found I could direct the flow of air easily to just above my visor and into the air intakes for my helmet making for a very cooling sensations.
Looking forward to quite a few miles as the weather cools down here in the desert.
I've had my screen for the C650gt for a little over a month now,
about 750 miles or so, and I'm very happy with it! Lots less
wind, and a much more enjoyable ride! I had another brand which
might as well have been stock, for all the good it did, and I'm
glad I went ahead and switched it out for yours. I'm happier
with the shield, the bike, and with my commute in general.
again for a good product.