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Can-Am BRP Spyder RT Windshields

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dimensions acronym refrence

WH is Width High - the height just before the windshield turns in

WL is Width Low - the height at the widest part near the botton

OH is Overall Height - the overall height of the shield

RH is Relative Height - the height of the shield from the top mounting hole up

Instructions for choosing the right windshield height.
● Vented for minimum turbulence and back pressure
● Wider than stock for improved cockpit performance
● Available in four heights
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the Spyder
● Excellent coverage of arms and torso.
● Exceptionally quiet cockpit area, with much less noise and turbulence than stock
● No back pressure
● Made from 4.5mm thick (3/16") DOT certified impact resistant plastic
● Tinted Shorty made from 3mm thick (1/8") dark tinted plastic
Laser cut for precision aerodynamics and fit
● Includes storage cover, micro-fiber cleaning towel, and mini-spray bottle of windshield cleaner
Installation Instructions
Watch our laser cut a windshield
All about our windshield designs
How to choose the right windshield height for you
Read our FAQ and best in the industry Warranty
Forum Postings on our Spyder RT shields
Forum Postings on our Spyder RT shields


Design notes on our Spyder RT windshield: The stock 2010 Spyder RT windshield is designed for someone about 6'4" tall, the stock 2011 shield for someone about 6'1". Most riders will find they are looking through the stock 2010 windshield in most positions. All our RT windshields are shorter than the stock 2010 shield. Our XL is about the same height as the stock 2011+ shield. Both stock shields have serious problems with back pressure and turbulence; we've eliminated that. And the stock shield is not wide enough for quietest ride and best touring comfort, so we've added about 5" in width on our touring shields.
Touring Shields for 2010+ Spyder RT
WH
= 25"
WL
= 30"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock 2011+ WH = 18", WL = 26"25" = 65cm
Stock 2010+ WH = 19", WL = 25"26.5" = 69cm
Spyder RT 2010+ XLarge
$23024.5" = 63cm14" = 36cm
Spyder RT 2010+ Large
$21523" = 59cm12.5" = 32cm
Spyder RT 2010+ Medium
$21521.5" = 54cm11" = 27cm
Spyder RT 2010+ Tinted Shorty WH = 21", WL = 25"
$14018.5" = 47cm8" = 20cm
Other Stuff for your Bike
Heated Grip Kit
$60Heater elements for use with your stock grips
Heated Seat Kit
$60Heater element for use with your stock seat
Two kits required to heat both rider and passenger seats
Heat Controller
$705 level controller for heated seat or grip kit
Handlebar Mitts
$30Keep your hands warm and dry
Balaclava
$9Keep your neck and chin warm
Seat Modification Kit
$25Relieve the pressure on your hip bones
Includes foam for both rider and passenger seats
● Vented for minimum turbulence and back pressure
● Wider than stock for improved cockpit performance
● Available in four heights
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the Spyder
● Excellent coverage of arms and torso.
● Exceptionally quiet cockpit area, with much less noise and turbulence than stock
● No back pressure
● Made from 4.5mm thick (3/16") DOT certified impact resistant plastic
● Tinted Shorty made from 3mm thick (1/8") dark tinted plastic
Laser cut for precision aerodynamics and fit
● Includes storage cover, micro-fiber cleaning towel, and mini-spray bottle of windshield cleaner
Installation Instructions
Watch our laser cut a windshield
All about our windshield designs
How to choose the right windshield height for you
Read our FAQ and best in the industry Warranty
Forum Postings on our Spyder RT shields
Forum Postings on our Spyder RT shields


Design notes on our Spyder RT windshield: The stock 2010 Spyder RT windshield is designed for someone about 6'4" tall, the stock 2011 shield for someone about 6'1". Most riders will find they are looking through the stock 2010 windshield in most positions. All our RT windshields are shorter than the stock 2010 shield. Our XL is about the same height as the stock 2011+ shield. Both stock shields have serious problems with back pressure and turbulence; we've eliminated that. And the stock shield is not wide enough for quietest ride and best touring comfort, so we've added about 5" in width on our touring shields.