Our own simple highly effective adventure screen designed around the DR/DRZ cowl however numbers have been sold as a universal screen for many other models.
Available in clear or tint and comes ready to mount with rubber mounting blocks and new upgraded button head stainless bolts, washers and nyloc nuts.
Be as fussy or as unfussy as you wish with mounting, simply remove headlight cowl, eye of the center, I drill the bottom hole first with a 6mm drill bit from the inside and lightly mount before checking and drilling the top two.
Some elect to mount it a little lower with the bottom screw just below the inside headlight flap and I’ve had others mount uhf radios screwed right though them ( I probably won’t ) and have done a couple of APC rallies !!
Very popular and well priced adventure screen, ideal for the more enduro biased adv rider, compact and works very very well.
Remember the headlight cowl is the same on DR650’s, DRZ400’s, DRZ250’s and so forth.
I just got this little windshield from Adventure Bike Australia. It took about 2 weeks to arrive to me in Texas USA. I was a little unimpressed with the look of it once it arrived if I’m honest. I installed it last night and just went for a ride this afternoon.
I am absolutely amazed at its effectiveness. I was going 95 MPH in a headwind and it was like nothing. Previously 65+ was blowing me off the back of the seat. I’ve never done 95 on the DR because the wind blast was too uncomfortable. Also, I HATE buffeting and wind noise and there is absolutely none of that present.
It was a little tricky lining it up to drill the holes, and I’m not completely satisfied it’s perfectly straight…but it’s totally worth the minor hassle so far.
For reference, I’m 6’ tall but most of my height is in my torso (30” inseam LOL) so I probably sit high in the saddle. I have Warp 9 risers and Tusk ATV bend bars (tall). I have an HJC RPHA 70 helmet.
At the risk of hyperbole, this has totally transformed my DR into a more capable highway machine.
In case anyone is interested, here’s the link. If you’re in the US and want to purchase one you’ll have to email them. They sent me a PayPal invoice and it was easy as can be.