Screens > Multi Adjustable Vario Sreen 2001-2005 models
Multi Adjustable Vario Sreen 2001-2005 models
CHOOSE TYPE REQUIRED

The product you selected is currently unavailable.

Orig. Price: £133.00
Sale Price: £119.00
Prod. Code: VARIO-S 01-05

Multi Adjustable Vario Sreen 2001-2005 models  5kg

The problems
Almost every biker knows them; wind pressure, turbulence, buffeting and noise. The question is, though, which is the lesser of the evils?

The reduction of one problem provided by many screens often means an increase in one of the others, depending upon the height of the rider, the helmet they wear, their type of clothing and even whether they carry a passenger or not.

Tailor your bike to suit your height, your riding stance, the noise characteristics of your helmet and your typical cruising speed...

The Answer?


The award-winning, ergonomic and complete two-piece MRA Vario Screen easily adjusts in height by hand - with no tools required - enabling you to alter the airflow directed towards you to reduce turbulence and buffeting, improve your comfort and vastly reduce rider fatigue on - even the longest journeys.
 

  • Length/height 550mm
  • Stylish Grey/Smoked tint or Clear finish
  • Upper section easily adjusts through 50mm in height without the use of tools
  • Special two-piece "air-bleed" design reduces front/rear pressure differential for reduced buffeting
  • Black gradient fade-out on underside conceals and protects rear of instruments
  • Produced from a unique and resilient, shatterproof and virtually unbreakable material
  • Manufactured in Germany to TÜV standards with an unsurpassed fit and finish
  • Lifetime guarantee to the original purchaser

In our opinion this is the ultimate screen for the FJR1300. German made to TUV standards and coming in two sections, the Vario screen is infinitely adjustable in height between 46 cm and 51 cm and for sports use the upper section can be removed and  the lower used as a sports screen. With both sections in use an air ventura effect is produced to minimise wind noise.  Whilst travelling abroad,the lower half can be carried on the bike by simply turning it up side down and attaching to the lower half (see Pic).

Available in a clear ot light tint finish. Please check required finish in type rquired drop down menu. 

 

Did You Know?

A vacuum occurs behind the screen. When the air flow at the end of the screen meets the vacuum, the air swirls. The larger the screen, the larger the vacuum and the larger the resulting turbulence. There is normally no problem for larger drivers because the turbulence is not around the helmet area. Smaller drivers are therefore better off behind a lower screen. It is a common misunderstanding that the windscreen should force the wind over the driver. This is only possible in seldom cases (e.g. Goldwing). It is ideal for the air to flow lightly off the helmet.

 

If turbulence occurs then the screen is generally, as described above, too high. To determine the ideal length, one can do the following: During the journey, edge slowly upwards until the turbulence is gone. The distance upwards is to be divided by two. The result is the amount by which the screen must be shortened.

 

Example: If during the journey, the driver edges up and after 10cm the turbulence clearly subsides, then the screen should be shortened by 5cm.

 

Source:  MRA. Worlds largest Screen Manufacturer (they make screens for Rossi,Lorenzo etc.) and  have their own wind tunnel facility

 

  


 

 

Please ensure you are a member of the FJ Owners Club before ordering.

Welcome to join on this stie before ordering. see 'Join the FJ Owners Club' in menu 

 

  

Please ensure you are a member of the FJ Owners Club before ordering.

Welcome to join on this site before ordering. see 'Join the FJ Owners Club' in menu