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Zero Gravity Releases 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 Windscreens

Zero Gravity Releases 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 Windscreens2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 ZG Windscreen

Zero Gravity has released three new windscreen designs to compliment the popular Kawasaki Ninja 650 / (ER6F non-U.S. Model) – the Double Bubble, Sport Touring and SR series.

This newly-designed all-around street bike is a perfect fit for a variety of riders and styles, and it’s getting use in a variety of riding situations. The R&D department at Zero Gravity has turned out amazing designs to match those styles!

The legendary Zero Gravity Double Bubble (16-207 shown in light smoke) gives your bike more of a sportbike look with performance to match. This windscreen still gives you the sweet lines and “side flares” of the wide factory screen, but the Zero Gravity Double Bubble also adds 1 ∏” height (38.1mm) in the famous “stepped profile” shape that gives you the aerodynamic edge when tucked in at speed.

For the commuters and road-warrior Ninja 650 owners,  Zero Gravity offers its Sport Touring series screen (23-207 shown in light smoke). This windscreen is wider, smoother, and a full 4 π” (107.9mm) taller than the stock version! It is designed to run in all 3 positions with the original equipment bracket that comes standard with the Ninja 650. In even the lowest bracket position, this screen offers significantly more wind protection than the factory screen does in its highest position!

If you like the stock lines of the bike but want some added flavor, switch out your factory windscreen with a Zero Gravity SR Series windscreen (20-207 shown in light smoke). It matches the size, shape, and function of the factory windscreen with the added tint or color.

Both the SR Series and Double Bubble are available in a variety of colors as well as clear, light smoke, and dark smoke. Colors for the Sport Touring version are limited to clear, light smoke and dark smoke. All of these windscreens install using the factory hardware with no modifications necessary.

Zero Gravity screens are made in the U.S.A. with cutting edge technology and feature a precise fit, hand polished visible edges and distortion free optical clarity. Available in a variety of colors, Zero Gravity’s new Kawasaki Ninja 650 windscreens start at $89.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty.

Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information or

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