AeroScreen Design The screen itself, like all AeroFlow screens, is designed to work best when angled back with airflow off both sides. When airflows from front and back combine at the top it smoothes the air leaving the screen, eliminating turbulence and air pressure. It's also gently flared at the top to shoot the air another 5-to-6" higher than just a straight screen. This means that you can easily position the screen to provide a calm pocket of air for the driver and still be able to look well over the top of the screen.
The AeroScreen has compound curves for more strength and better airflow without turbulence. With more side-to-side curve and wider, than other screens available for the bike, it directs air out and away from the driver providing much better hand, arm, and shoulder protection.
Our objective was to come up with a screen that provides the most protection possible for cold/wet weather riding and the most Touring comfort. Because of the total adjustability of the MadStad brackets, you can also adjust the screens to provide more airflow to your body and helmet in hotter weather.
AeroFlow AeroScreen will not mount without MadStad RoboBrackets. Screens are designed for maximum comfort and protection and were tested at higher bracket settings. For "Full-Down" adjustment of the screen, to prevent mirror interference, you'll need to install mirror extensions which space them an inch away from the fairing. The extensions are designed to give you better visibility of traffic behind you. Available from www.F800depot.com for $69.00.
|"A" (Overall length of plastic)||23 1/2"|
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|"B" (Length of plastic from top mounting screw of MadStad bracket, this gives a fixed location to measure from and compare to.) ||14 3/4"|
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|"C" (Width at bottom of screen)||20 1/2"|
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|"D" (Width at 3" down from top/center of screen)||16"|
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Tall height for riders up to 6'-4".
I installed my windshield w the MadStad RoboBrackets. It has made a tremendous difference in my comfort, especially as it gets cold around here.
Pricing and Availability: In stock, ready to ship.
Note: Pricing is for AeroFlow AeroScreen only. Visit www.madstad.com for more information and pricing for MadStad RoboBrackets, which must be purchased separately from MadStad.
Protect your expensive headlight assembly with an AeroFlow HeadLight Cover (HLC). The average cost to replace a broken HeadLight Cover is over $400! Molded to fit the contours of your headlight and manufactured with the same high quality plastic used in our windscreens, the clear HLC virtually disappears when mounted. HLC's attach with Dual-Lok to provide a cushion for impact and a strong secure hold.
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