The AeroFlow Solution
The AeroScreen is taller and wider than the stock
screen. Designed to allow the driver to see over the screen while
providing optimum protection for both driver and passenger.
Our observations from testing the stock and other screens showed that the
screen's lifting mechanism tucks the screen in, at the bottom, and cuts off
airflow under it which increases low pressure behind the screen. As the screen
is raised it also pushes forward at the top and further away from the rider
making it harder to see over. As the screen becomes more vertical it also stalls
airflow at the top creating turbulence that tumbles into the low pressure behind
Our goal, then, was to design a screen that provides clean, over the helmet
airflow while allowing the driver to see over it. To achieve our goal required
that we change the screen's shape, contours, and the angle at which it sits to
improve aerodynamics and overcome problems created by the bike's lifting
Why and How the AeroScreen Works:
The AeroScreens are more contoured than stock, raised at the front and pushed
back at the top, making them more aerodynamic and closer to the driver. By
raising the front of the AeroScreen higher than stock or other screens we've
created an air-intake which allows more airflow under the screen as it's raised,
and relieves back-pressure as the screen is lifted.
Pushing the screen back at the top changes the screen angle so airflow under the
screen flows off the stock dash and attaches to the back of the screen, which is
very important. That airflow sticks to the backside and follows the screen's
contours to the flare at the top where it merges with airflow from the front.
The combined airflows smooth air leaving the screen and follow the shape up and
over the driver's helmet. Like air flowing over an airplane wing the combined
airflows smooth air leaving the screen, a gentle flare at the top shoots the air
up/over the helmet and provides drivers a smooth comfortable ride.
AeroScreen vs. Stock Measurements
Height above top mounting
Width at widest point
Width 3" below top edge at
center of screen
Screen Height and Width Comparison:
1.Height above top mounting holes is more relevant than overall length of screen
because hole locations, with relation to overall length, vary from screen to
screen. ie: Screens of same length may have more/less distance between the top
hole center-line and top of screen. See Screen comparison drawing for further
2. All screen height measurements were made from intersection of top mounting
hole center-line and center-line of screen.
3. Hole centers, at center of each screen, were determined by marking a straight
line from hole center to hole center and marking where it crossed center-line of
Standard for drivers to 5'-5"
Pricing and Availability: AeroScreens are in stock and ready to ship.