The YZF-R1 Windscreens from Hotbodies Racing, are specially shaped to out-perform the competition! By employing a pressure and vacuum formed method, and using optically correct high-tech modified acrylic, these screens are considered the best on the market.
Tested and proven in the World Superbike Championship by the Factory HANNspree Ten Kate Honda team and the Factory Kawasaki Racing Team, these screens are extremely flexible and can endure great impact while also providing scratch resistance allowing for a long lasting, shiny screen. All Hotbodies Racing screens are CNC trimmed and have a flame polished edge to reflect Hotbodies’ expertise in industrial design.
The HBR Windscreen’s are available in an OEM replacement “Supersport” shape or Hotbodies exclusive – dual radius “Grandprix” shape, that is 1″ taller than stock and is much more aerodynamic, especially with this NEW Yamaha!
- No modifications necessary.
- Uses stock hardware.
- Made in the USA!
Michael Lopez –
Brought my R1 to the Hotbodies office (nice place) to have the screen installed by them. (yeah i coulda done it myself but they offered free labor…) Roger and his associate personally installed it and it took a good 3 minutes after the mirrors came off. The windscreen slid right in and bolted down as if it was factory. Got some free stickers and a race leather patch
As soon as I left their office and hit the main streets I can already feel a difference. With my previous experience with the Double Bubble, normal riding position gets your face blasted with the wind instead of my chest (I am about 5’6). Hopped on the freeway onramp and let the bike loose with full tuck…and I was impressed. My head was no longer banging around from the wind. I’m pretty happy about the windscreen and plus the smoke compliments the look of the raven. This is a must have if you are at close to full tuck most of the time (ie. track, twisties). And did I mention it makes the bike look HOT
Pros: Fit and finish was excellent. It slipped right on. Helmet lines up with windscreen perfectly during full tuck.
Cons: As with most DB windscreens, depending on your height, it may direct the airflow to your helmet instead of your chest area during normal riding.
Lung Chong –
Hey guys, I just installed the Hotbodies windscreen. It is the SS (Stock Shape) smoked windscreen for the 2009.
First off, plastic is very durable compared to the previous windscreens I have had in the past even though it is not as thick as the stock ones.
Fitment: the cutting and the shape of this windscreen is nicely done. All in all it took me about 3min to put this thing in without any struggle whatsoever. There are no gaps or anything like that, I know for one, I am one of those guys that even a tiny gap between something will frustrate the shit outta me.
Overall Hotbodies did a nice job on these windscreen and I am very satisfied with it.
John Koflowitch –
Installed the Hot Bodies GP screen last night. Install was easy, no major fitment issues. I also have a dark smoke PUIG and would say fitment is better with the Hotbodies. Wasn’t sure about the color but I kinda like it now that it is on the bike. I also like the shape of the Hot Bodies better than the PUIG. It’s slightly rounded more at the top which makes it seem more aerodynamic.
Windscreen looks and fits good, only thing I would change on the clear screen would be to have the front tip of the screen blacked out to hide the wires and stuff beneath the gauge cluster, other than that it’s great.
Michael Kozuma –
The windscreen has a good fit and where the tabs fit the Hotbodies is leaps and bounds better then Puig. The Hotbodies screen is a more subtle than Puig because Puig uses a huge R on the lower portion of the screen. I think I like the Hotbodies better, wanna buy my Puig?