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Zero Gravity Releases Windscreens for MV Agusta F3

MV Agusta F3 with Zero Gravity Windscreen
MV Agusta F3 with Zero Gravity Windscreen

MV Agusta F3 Windscreems

The new MV Agusta F3, aptly named “Most Beautiful 600 in the world” in 2012, dominates not only the motorcycle beauty pageants but also at the track.

Zero Gravity proudly introduces two exciting windscreen options that let F3 owners further improve this already revolutionary motorcycle.

Zero Gravity’s famed Double Bubble (16-763) improves the masterfully sculpted lines of the MV Agusta F3. This windscreen not only enhances the look of the bike with its “stepped profile” design and multiple color options, but gives the class-leading bike a performance boost with an increased aerodynamic advantage on the track.

The “Corsa Series” screen (24-763) is shaped taller to emulate the factory race bikes from the World Supersport circuit, and comes in either distortion-free Clear or a Light Smoke tint. The Corsa is 1 ≤” (44.45mm) taller than the OEM screen providing even more wind protection while tucked in at the head of the pack.

Zero Gravity screens are made here in the USA, 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 MV Agusta F3 windscreens start at $119.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty.

Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information or visit zerogravity-racing.com.

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