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Zero Gravity Corsa Series | Superbike Windscreens

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Zero Gravity has just introduced their newest evolution in performance windscreens. The unique Corsa Series screens were designed by Zero Gravity from the ground up in collaboration with professional racers from around the world. This once "Racer Only" windscreen is now available to all riders through your favorite Zero Gravity dealer. Corsa Series screens feature a taller bubble that allows even larger riders more wind protection when tucked in at speed. Corsa Series windscreens are pre-drilled to factory specs and can be used with O.E.M. and or Zero Gravity well nut kits. Corsa Series windscreens come in clear or light smoke and are available for select sport bikes.

Zero Gravity screens are American Made with cutting edge technology and

feature a precise fit, hand polished visible edges and distortion free

optical clarity.Zero Gravity windscreens have been inspired and designed through racing since 1989. Other unique windscreen options include: SR Series, Double Bubble, and Sport Touring Series.

Available in clear and light smoke, Zero Gravity’s new Corsa Series windscreens start at $99.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty. Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information or visit their website at www.zerogravity-racing.com.


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