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Suzuki GSX650F & GSX1250FA ZG Windscreens

Zero Gravity Windscreens

Made in the USA, Zero Gravity’s new line of windscreens for the Suzuki 2008-2010 GSX 650 F and 2011-2012 GSX 1250 FA are now available in three distinctive styles: SR Series, Double Bubble and Sport Touring.

Zero Gravity designed these screens to enhance the bike’s aesthetics and help reduce wind blast. The stock replacement SR Series (20-180 shown in light smoke) approximates the size, shape and function of the OEM windscreen.

The Double Bubble screen (16-180 shown in light smoke), features a stepped profile design with an overall height somewhere between the SR Series and Sport Touring. Performance will be geared for sport riding, canyon carving and "tucked in" aerodynamics.

Both the SR Series and Double Bubble are available in a variety of colors as well as clear, light smoke and dark smoke. The Sport Touring Series screen (23-180 shown in light smoke) is 4" (101.6mm) taller than stock and provides additional wind protection for street or touring applications.

Colors for the Sport Touring version are limited to clear, light smoke and dark smoke. Included with each screen is a detailed instruction sheet for easy installation.

Zero Gravity screens are made with cutting edge technology and feature a precise fit, hand polished visible edges and distortion free optical clarity.

Zero Gravity’s new Suzuki 2008-2010 GSX650F & 2011-2012 GSX1250FA windscreens start at $94.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty. Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information or visit ZG’s website at, or follow on Twitter and Facebook.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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