Zero Gravity Windscreens for Triumph Daytona 675 & 675 R SportbikesThe updated 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R models can now be updated with the quality, fit, and finish of a Zero Gravity windscreen. This middleweight powerhouse will stand out even more with a windscreen option suited just for you and the type of riding you do most.
The SR Series (20-914v) windscreen closely matches the size and shape of the OEM windscreen of this Triumph. Like all Zero Gravity screens, it is available in dark or light tints, and a variety of colors to personalize your bike without changing the factory lines.Zero Gravity also brings its flagship Double Bubble windscreen (16-914v) perfectly matched for Triumph’s flagship sportbike. The design of the famous stepped profile gives added aerodynamic advantage when tucked in behind the screen of your 675.Dominate the competition with a Corsa Series windscreen (24-914v) for your Daytona. This is a smoother, taller series screen modeled after the screens used on the World Superbike Circuit. Get more out of this updated bike with this updated windscreen, for unstoppable performance on the track.The Sport Touring Series (23-914v) is Zero Gravity’s tallest windscreen. This screen rises a full 3 ∏” (88.9mm) taller than the stock screen. This is the screen to choose if most of your riding requires extra wind protection for longer endurance rides on back country highways or commuting.All Zero Gravity windscreens match the OEM fit and mount easily using your factory hardware. The screen on the Daytona 675 is molded into the front fairing like other sport models from Triumph, and Zero Gravity windscreens partially cover the backside of the dash with a high-quality vinyl mask, just like the OEM version. There is no need for this mask on the Dark Smoke screens, and you can order any of these screens without this mask (XX-214v becomes XX-214).The new Triumph 675 windscreens start at $109.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty. Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information or visit our website at zerogravity-racing.com.
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