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Suzuki V-Strom DL650 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
Laser cut for precision aerodynamics and fit
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the VStrom
● 7" wider than stock
● Available in five heights
● Sport recommended for riders living in warm climates doing a lot of off-road
● NACA duct styled vent for minimum turbulence and backpressure
● 8,000 miles of testing and development
● Includes storage cover, micro-fiber cleaning towel, and mini-spray bottle of windshield cleaner
● Compatible with Suzuki Hand Guards
● Made from 4.5mm thick (3/16") DOT certified impact resistent plastic
● Shorty made from 3mm thick (1/8") dark tint plastic
● Available for all DL650s
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 VStrom shields
Forum Postings on our VStrom shields
Forum Postings on our VStrom shields

2012-2016 VStrom Wind Deflectors
Calsci Wind Deflectors help reduce turbulence on your torso, and keep you warmer on cold days. In the pictures below they are taped on the bike at the dealership. To mount them on your bike you drill three holes on each side of your fairing dash, and use the supplied screws and well nuts to mount them securely to your fairing - the same mounting system used on your windshield. If you remove them from the bike you are left with three black bumps on each side - the holes stay filled by the well nuts and the supplied black plastic screw covers mean there is little to see. These deflectors work only on the 2012 and newer Vstrom 650. They don't fit earlier VStroms, and they don't fit the new VStrom 1000.
Touring Shields for 2017+ VStrom 650
WH
= 11.5"
WL
= 23"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock WH = 13", WL = 18.5"10.5"
VStrom 650 17+ XLarge
$20024.5" = 62cm16.5" = 42cm
VStrom 650 17+ Large
$18523.5" = 60cm15.5" = 40cm
VStrom 650 17+ Medium
$18522" = 55cm14" = 36cm
VStrom 650 17+ Sport
$18520.5" = 50cm12.5" = 32cm
VStrom 650 17+ Tinted Shorty
$14017.5" = 45cm10" = 25cm
Touring Shields for 2012-2016 VStrom 650
WH
= 11.5"
WL
= 23"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock WH = 11", WL = 17.5"10.5"
VStrom 650 12-16 XLarge
$20024.5" = 62cm18" = 46cm
VStrom 650 12-16 Large
$18523" = 59cm16.5" = 42cm
VStrom 650 12-16 Medium
$18522" = 55cm15.5" = 39cm
VStrom 650 12-16 Sport
$18519.5" = 50cm13" = 34cm
VStrom 650 12-16 Tinted Shorty WH = 11.5", WL = 23"
$14017.5" = 45cm11" = 29cm
Wind Deflectors WH = 7", WL = 4"
$6010" = 25cm
Touring Shields for 2004-2011 VStrom 650
WH
= 11.5"
WL
= 23"
SizePrice
OH
RH
VStrom 650 04-11 XLarge
$20024.5" = 62cm17" = 43cm
VStrom 650 04-11 Large
$18523" = 59cm15.5" = 39cm
VStrom 650 04-11 Medium
$18521" = 54cm13.5" = 34cm
VStrom 650 04-11 Sport
$18519" = 48cm11.5" = 29cm
VStrom 650 04-11 Tinted Shorty WH = 11.5", WL = 23"
$14016.5" = 42cm9.5" = 23cm
Other Stuff for your Bike
Replacement
Knob Screws
$1125mm (1") knob, 5mm screw, 20mm long, 4 pieces
Replacement
Well Nuts
$6Dia: .375" Len: .665" 5mm screw 6 pieces
Heated Grip Kit
$80Heater elements for use with your stock grips
Heated Seat Kit
$80Heater 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
Laser cut for precision aerodynamics and fit
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the VStrom
● 7" wider than stock
● Available in five heights
● Sport recommended for riders living in warm climates doing a lot of off-road
● NACA duct styled vent for minimum turbulence and backpressure
● 8,000 miles of testing and development
● Includes storage cover, micro-fiber cleaning towel, and mini-spray bottle of windshield cleaner
● Compatible with Suzuki Hand Guards
● Made from 4.5mm thick (3/16") DOT certified impact resistent plastic
● Shorty made from 3mm thick (1/8") dark tint plastic
● Available for all DL650s
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 VStrom shields
Forum Postings on our VStrom shields
Forum Postings on our VStrom shields

2012-16 VStrom Wind Deflectors
Calsci Wind Deflectors help reduce turbulence on your torso, and keep you warmer on cold days. In the pictures below they are taped on the bike at the dealership. To mount them on your bike you drill three holes on each side of your fairing dash, and use the supplied screws and well nuts to mount them securely to your fairing - the same mounting system used on your windshield. If you remove them from the bike you are left with three black bumps on each side - the holes stay filled by the well nuts and the supplied black plastic screw covers mean there is little to see. These deflectors work only on the 2012 and newer Vstrom 650. They don't fit earlier VStroms, and they don't fit the new VStrom 1000.
DL650 windshield report:Absolutely, hands down the best windshield you can get. Trade in your GIVI cause this is way better. And, the measurements/recommendations for size are - well in a word - scientific. The tall windshield for the DL650 would have been a perfect block in the high position. However, I live in Florida, and need/like some air in my face in the "warmer" weather. So I have the shorter windshield in the high position. Gives me great sound/wind-blast protection, but also gives me a little air flow in the face. If I want to cut out all the wind/ noise I just get down an inch or so behind the windshield and voile - all you hear is the purring of the twins. Loving it.
-- Bruce Belrose


I received my new windscreen from California Scientific today. Took 5 minutes to install. This is a great screen! My riding experience has changed dramatically. No more buffetting and being belted on the back of my helmet by a rubber mallet. I can ride at 160 K's with my face shield up if I want to. I can actually hear that little sewing machine motor working its guts out - noisy little blighter!
Posted by Roger Buddle

Mark:
 Windscreen arrived today.

 Here's my User and Road Test report:
1) Wow - fits right out of the box, no scraping, sanding, two handed armstrong method of brute force and ignorance required. 15 minutes from unpack to total replace.
2) Never knew my bike actually sounded like that-sweet!
3) My eyes can actually focus on things now - head not bobbing around all the time in the breeze and it sure is optically correct
4) Last accessory ordered - first one to arrive - that's impressive, packed well too
5) My cat likes sleeping in the box
6) storage bag and cleaning supplies - a value added nice touch
7) a simple touch with the Dremel Moto Tool to grind down the backside locator tabs on the stock screen's outer trim tab enabled me to reuse the trim piece for a truly custom Suzuki look. (covers up that one protruding screw hole from the original screen which has 4 holes)
8) a police officer stopped to chat while I was getting a drink at a store near Jackson's Point - commented on the bike and loved the look of the great windscreen - I gave him the web URL
9) tried it out around Lake Simcoe - 70 km - as relaxed as if I'd gone around the block.
10) mounted in low position, I can see comfortably over (I'm a full 6'3" - wonder how a 5'10" rider would be?)
11) in a word - "duzwhatitsaiditwouldandwortheverypenny".
Criticisms; None
-- Bob Bell, Ontario, Canada