Zero Gravity Windscreen for the Yamaha R6 08-13 models are available from Graves Motorsports in both SR (stock replacement) and DB (double bubble) series. You can also select from Clear, Dark Smoke and Light Smoke tint. See complete descriptions below, use pull down menu to select your desired style and color.
Fitment: Yamaha R6 2008-2013
Superior Optical Quality: Zero Gravity Windscreens feature the best optics of any windscreen on the market anywhere. All Zero Gravity windscreens are fabricated using highly specialized "blow molding" techniques similar to those used to form aircraft canopies. The result is a virtual distortion free optical lens.
Strength plus Flexibility: Made from the finest grade of acrylic plastic, Zero Gravity windscreens are stretched as they are formed, a process which results in superior strength and flexibility. This flexibility allows the windscreen to absorb road vibrations and to resist cracking.
Best Fit to OEM Fairing: Zero Gravity windscreen are factory pre-drilled* and ready to install. The holes and windscreen profile closely match the O.E.M. fairing for a precision fit.
Race Proven: Used by the best Superbike, Grand Prix, Supersport and Endurance teams in America, Zero Gravity windscreens dominate roadracing from the club level to the nationals.
Zero Gravity currently offers four types of sportbike windscreens. Each model is unique in design, styling and riding advantages.
SR Series - Stock Replacement : Zero Gravity's line of stock replacement windscreens, called the SR Series, embodies the best of ZG's original XL and TL lines of sport bike screens. Shaped like the original OEM screens that come stock from the factory, SR Series screens feature the best optical quality, fit & finish of any in the world. Zero Gravity stock replacement screens are factory pre-drilled and designed to fit your OEM fairing with precision using your stock mounting fasteners.
DB Series Double Bubble: Aerodynamic Breakthrough - Following the aerodynamic trends that were developing in World Grand Prix racing in the early 90's, Team Zero Gravity experimented for the 1995 race season with a unique concept in windscreen design which improves the flow of air over the rider while reducing frontal area of the bike and rider combination. The windscreen appears as a "bubble within a bubble" which is exactly how this windscreen is fabricated.