National Cycle Offers 3 New VStream Windscreens For The Redesigned Harley FLRT Road Glide

nationalcyclewindshieldsHarley-Davidson redesigned the FLTR Road and National Cycle now offers the triple-vented shark nose fairing for a perfect complement. The VStream’s cutting-edge aeroacoustic contour features a wider profile at the top, which pushes turbulent, noisy airflow to the side and away from the rider’s helmet. This extra width creates a quiet pocket of air with significantly reduced helmet buffeting for a calmer and quieter ride compared to the stock screen.

nationalcyclewindshieldsbisThe VStream windscreens are made from tough 4.5mm Quantum® hard coated polycarbonate. National Cycle states that this high quality material provides outstanding clarity and strength characteristics unmatched by any windscreen maker worldwide. Their exclusive Quantum hard coating makes the VStream 30x more scratch resistant than acrylic, and 10x more than standard hard coated polycarbonate — ensuring that your windscreen will stay clear and strong for many years to come.

Available in three configurations: the Low Windscreen with a Dark Tint (Part #N20433), the Touring Windscreen with a Light Tint (Part # N20432), and the Tall Touring Windscreen with No Tint (#N20431). National Cycle’s polycarbonate Windscreens are protected by a 3-Year warranty against breakage and are proudly made in the U.S.A. For more information contact National Cycle Inc. at 877-SCREEN or 708-343-0400.

5 Responses to “National Cycle Offers 3 New VStream Windscreens For The Redesigned Harley FLRT Road Glide”

  1. 1 Blackmax May 24th, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    No Thanks !!
    Think I will stay with the originator !!!

  2. 2 tim May 25th, 2016 at 7:02 am

    Nice job, looks great and knowing National cycle (been running them on my bikes for 20+ years) the view is not distorted loike others guys. Blackmax don’t knock what you don’t know, the original screens on my 03, 12, and 16 (i only test road the 16, not ready for a new bike yet, my 12 is too much fun) did a lousy job with the air, National moved it better.

  3. 3 Terence Bohler May 25th, 2016 at 7:57 am

    Blackman. FYI, National Cycle is the original, not the other(s).

  4. 4 Blackmax May 27th, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Yes, i know guys they did make the first windscreens, back in the day
    but if you are talking about the recurved windshield
    that uses the airstream to put down force on the front of your bike ?
    I think there are some folks in Mitchell SD that might disagree with you !!!

  5. 5 Woody's May 31st, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    2 Blackmax, looking at the straightline reflections in those shields, they’re not recurve.

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