Windshields for Can Am F3-S
UPGRADE - DON'T JUST REPLACE!
F4 Customs Motorcycle Windshields are manufactured from the Highest Grade Optical Polycarbonate for amazing clarity, excellent rain shedding, and chemical and scratch resistance even when rubbed with steel wool, and they are shatterproof, making the F4 shield the "safest and best" choice for your next windshield.
If you are wondering what others think of the F4 shield read below:
Continued with the
experimentation of my new F4 windshield for my 2015 F3-S Spyder. It is somewhat
amazing to me how very small changes in the angle of the windshield to the
relative wind can produce such a significantly different riding experience.
Since the F4 windshield for the F3-S and likely the regular F3 has two large
knobs that allow different tilt angles of the windshield with about 1.75"
of available adjustability, I raised the windshield
knobs upward a mere .5" and the airspace behind the shield became much
more still with less airflow but almost no detectable helmet buffeting up to a
"ton" in speed. The windshield was still below my overall road line
of sight and was rock steady. I jumped onto the
freeway and behind larger vehicles, the buffeting was considerably reduced to
almost non-existent levels because the air was flowing significantly higher
over my helmet.
A call to Don at F4 Customs and picking his brain about my specific criteria and my problems have been solved. I installed a 28" clear F4 Customs windshield on the F3-S yesterday and went on a 70 mile ride today to see how it performed. I live in Florida and so it is quite hot and humid in the Summer and so I wanted to avoid "dead air" to some extent and that bubble feeling that many windshields provide. The F4 Customs windshield had little in the way of these problems with some constant air flow and no perceived negative air pressure. With no other cars around, the windshield sent the air just at the top of my helmet and at higher speed, a bit higher. I was able to do 95% of my riding not having to look through the windshield and I am now only 5'7" tall.