Finally got the original Yamaha windscreen for 2021 mt09!
Tested it today and it’s just superb. I can now cruise around 130 kph instead of 100 kph without any wind pressure disturbances, and it also does enormous difference when overtaking while tucked in, way faster and confident.
I have one of these:
Never been used or installed. I'm happy to let it go for $75 + shipping.
I also have stock 2017 FZ09 OEM seat, rear-sets, levers, and handlebar for sale. Please dm for more info/pics, thanks!
Hey guys just picked up a 2017 FZ-09. Looking at a few upgrades to do some touring with the bike also.
Anyone have opinions on the Yamaha and Shad comfort seats?
Saw the Puig touring screen. It looks nice but worried that your head will still get too much wind for longer rides. Was looking at...
Hey guys just got my new windscreen in the mail, ordered it from depretto moto in Italy. I paid 250$ shipped to New York (steep price I know, due to tax/shipping/value of the euro vs dollar) and I received it within 4 business days which was way faster than I ever expected.
Having now put over 5K miles on the prototype for Zero Gravity, I stopped by their plant and gave them a quick suggestion for adding a drainage hole to the base. I have the taller windshield and it is very effective on removing the buffeting from my chest. (I'm 5'10") I still get wind noise on...
I was wondering what the best/coolest looking windscreen there are for the fz09? I had this one in mind PUIG TOURING Wind Screen Fairing for Yamaha FZ-09/MT-09 (2013+) or maybe this one http://www.motomachines.com/Ermax-Nose-Screen-33cm-for-Yamaha-FZ-09_p_4449.html the puig looks like it works...
a short Video of my bike:
Accessories and Mods Update:
My Yamaha FZ-09 / MT-09 2014 Walk Around Mods and Accessories Adventure Style
- Givi Windscreen
- Yamaha OEM Rear Rack.
- Shad SH-39 Top Case.
- Integrated Tail Lights.
- SW Motech Kobra Handguards.
- Led Cree Fog Running...
Just a quick post regarding my new Ermax screen:
This is what I received last night:
Install was super easy!
Remove the 3 bolts on each side:
Attach the provided bracket using the stock bolts and insert the rubber fasteners:
Then simply slide a washer on the bolts (all provided) and...