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Honda VFR750 Interceptor Givi Touring WindscreenMy VFR came with a Zero Gravity windscreen which I guess was a sport screen. I wanted more wind protection. I installed a Givi (see in this photo) which had more protection, but created more noise and turbulence (not buffeting, more like a rumble) around my helmet.

So I got a Zero Gravity Sport Touring screen (the Givi is for sale).

Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STHere the stock Zero Gravity sport is on top of the Touring screen. The touring screen is 2 or 3 inches taller.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STI changed the brightness and contrast so you can see the difference in size between the smaller sport screen and the taller sport touring wind screen.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STIn this photo, you can see the regular screen laying on top of the ST. The ST is a couple of inches taller and has no Euro Flip. I think the Euro Flip may be a bad idea.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STA shot of the two Zero Gravity windscreens. It's hard to see, but where they overlap, it is darker.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STThis is a little easier to see.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity ST screwYou start the whole process by removing the mirrors and 4 small screws (two on each side) of the fairing wings. The screw with the shoulder goes in the front hole.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor Zero Gravity STSame screw, front inner.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwWhen removing the screw toward the rear of the upper fairing, brace the outer part so you don't bend things. This is all plastic up here.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor windshield screwThat's the front, inner screw again, this time left side.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwWhat the inside of the upper fairing looks like.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwWhen you get the wind shield back on, the red and black plastic should be joined with a close fit. Check this fit before tightening the screws.


Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreenThe correct, close fit of the windshield, and faring.
Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreenPutting those screws in is trick. I hold the screw on the screwdriver with one finger.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreenDescription coming soon.
Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreenDescription coming soon.
Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwsThat's where the front screw goes. This is a photo were I was checking out the angle of the screw without the trim. Those front screws are easy to crossthread, so I checked just how I should thread the screw before I got the plastic on.
Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwsSame thing as above. You can see the bar that hold the upper fairing.
Honda VFR750 Interceptor windscreen screwsThe screwdriver just stayed in there (phillips head screw), so I took a few photos. Not really a difficult enough concept to justify so many pictures.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor mirrorRemoving the mirrors stars with pulling back the boots.

Honda VFR750 Interceptor mirrorI think those bolts are 10 mm, and a small wrench is good. The clearance on the rear bolt is kind of tight.