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Aeroflow K1600GT & GTL Hybrid AeroScreen

The GT/L Hybrid AeroScreen combines the most effective components of the GT AeroScreen and the GTL AeroScreen to provide maximum coverage and protection.  We've taken the GT [Read more ...]



£315.00





Product code: K1600 Screen

Manufacturers code: n/a

Brand: Aeroflow


The GT/L Hybrid AeroScreen combines the most effective components of the GT AeroScreen and the GTL AeroScreen to provide maximum coverage and protection.  We've taken the GTL AeroScreen perimeter shape & width and combined it with the GT AeroScreens sleek curves and flared top. 

Slightly shorter in length than our GT screens, the GT/L allows shorter drivers to see over when full down yet provide over-helmet airflow when raised an inch to relieve low pressure.

Screen Dimensions Comparison: AeroFlow vs. BMW Stock Screens

Use the measurements to determine where the top edge of the Hybrid screen will be relative to your line of sight. Ideally, we want the top of the AeroScreen to be nose to lip level when raised no more than 1 1/2".

With your bike off the center stand, raise your stock screen 1" to 1 1/2" from the full down position. 

Standard: For riders that look through the stock screen when it's raised 1" to 1 1/2".  The Standard height AeroScreen sits 1 1/8" lower than stock so you'll have room to raise the AeroScreen and not have to look through it.

Medium: Essentially the same height as your stock screen. If your stock screen is nose to lip level when raised 1" to 1/2" the Medium AeroScreen would be the correct choice.  Generally recommended for riders up to 5'10".

Tall: Measure up 1 1/2" vertically from top, center of stock screen.  Generally recommended for riders 5'10" (with longer a torso, aftermarket seat, bar-risers, etc.) to 6'3".
   
Extra Tall: 
Measure up 3 1/16" vertically from top, center of stock screen.  Generally recommended for 6'3" (with longer a torso, aftermarket seat, bar-risers, etc.) and up.

Again, optimum airflow occurs when the screen is raised 1 to  1 1/2" from full down.  At that 1" to  1 1/2" mark, we want the top of the AeroScreen to be nose to lip level.  The taller the screen is, the less you have to raise it to direct air up and over your helmet.  A taller screen at a lower height will work better than a shorter screen raised higher.  The best way to determine the correct height screen is to sit on the bike and to the measurements.  Your height, weight, inseam, aftermarket parts, even your posture can and will make a difference. 

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