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Kawasaki Versys 650 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.
● Available in three heights
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the Versys
● Excellent coverage of arms and torso
● Exceptionally quiet cockpit area, with much less noise and turbulence than stock
● No back pressure
● Made from DOT certified impact resistant 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 2010 Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Touring Shields for 2015+ Versys 650
WH
= 15"
WL
= 19"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock WH = 10", WL = 17"14" = 36cm9 = 23cm
Versys 650 2015+ XLarge
$20024.5" = 62cm19" = 48cm
Versys 650 2015+ Large
$18523" = 58cm17.5" = 44cm
Versys 650 2015+ Medium
$18521.5" = 55cm16" = 40cm
Versys 650 2015+ Tinted Shorty WH = 14", WL = 19"
$12520" = 51cm14.5" = 37cm
Touring Shields for 2010-2014 Versys 650
WH
= 14"
WL
= 21"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock WH = 10", WL = 12.5"5.5" = 14cm
Versys 650 10-14 XLarge
$20023.5" = 59cm18.5" = 47cm
Versys 650 10-14 Large
$18521.5" = 55cm16.5" = 43cm
Versys 650 10-14 Medium
$18519.5" = 49cm14.5" = 37cm
Touring Shields for 2007-2009 Versys 650
WH
= 13"
WL
= 17.5"
SizePrice
OH
RH
Stock WH = 10", WL = 12.5"6" = 15cm
Versys 650 07-09 XXLarge
$16523.5" = 59cm18.5" = 47cm
Versys 650 07-09 XLarge
$15022" = 56cm17" = 43cm
Versys 650 07-09 Large
$15020.5" = 52cm15.5" = 40cm
Versys 650 07-09 Medium
$15019" = 48cm14" = 36cm
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
● Available in three heights
● Shape designed to compliment the lines of the Versys
● Excellent coverage of arms and torso
● Exceptionally quiet cockpit area, with much less noise and turbulence than stock
● No back pressure
● Made from DOT certified impact resistant 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 2010 Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
Forum Postings on our Versys shields
 Mark, Got the windshield Monday. It fit perfectly. At the lowest setting, I would say the protection is very good, not much noise in my helmet, and I can ride with my faceshield raised with no discomfort. With my face shield raised, the helmet noise goes away, so I attribute most of the noise to my helmet, not the windshield. I rode against the wind, and with the wind and I am impressed with the protection the shield affords in the low position.
 The space between the top of the headlight and the bottom of the shield lets in a fair amount of air, but you can only feel it with your hand back to about a foot or so from the shield. I don't feel much if any turbulence or pressure on my chest when the shield is in the low position. It seems to provide a little protection on my arms and shoulders. Seems like my arms are just at the edge of the wind blast.
 Next I put the windshield in the highest mounting position. In this position, I am looking though the top of the shield all of the time.This doesn't bother me especially, because the shield is clear, and there is no distortion. When in the highest position, I am VERY impressed with the protection and quiet the windshield provides. Even when riding into a 35 mph headwind, I can raise the face shield on my helmet and be in total comfort. In this position, I think this shield is as quiet and comfortable as the Calsci shield on my Concours 1400. For long trips on the highway or winter riding like we have around here, this is the answer.
Regards, Jack Waechter

 I have tried many combinations of windshields on my 09 V: mid-size OEM shield; same shield plus laminar lip up high; Givi D405ST touring shield; and MikeShields GT. So far, the MikeShield GT was the best. I get some turbulence, which I think is coming from the curvature at the top of the shield which is like the laminar lip.
 A few weeks ago, I read about the CalSci windscreens which are designed from an aerodynamic viewpoint. This was interesting, and they also had a touring windscreen for the 2010 V which others are only promising. So, I ordered and just received the new windscreen. A very nice windshield. I installed and ran it today on my 2010 V. The CalSci windscreen, is the best I've had; better than all other combinations I've tried on the 09 V. Turbulence is essentially gone. I get a little breeze, which helps in this hot WV weather. This shield is so good on the 10 V, that I called this evening and ordered the same model for my 09 V. Mark at CalSci was very helpful. By the end of the conversation, they had packaged my shield for shipping this evening or first thing tomorrow. Great service.
ScottyNeal