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Wind Deflector

Part Number: 8110024-025


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Curved Windscreen
Curved Windscreen

"V" Shape Windscreen
Adjustment Range
Adjustment Range
Deflector Range
Deflector Range
180°
180°
135°
135°
90°
90°
Optimized Wind Flow
Optimized Wind Flow

Wunderlich Wind Deflector

The Wunderlich Wind Deflector has been one of our most popular products worldwide. The wind deflector effectively addresses most turbulence and buffeting issues.

The biggest issue with many original windshields is that the airflow break-away edge cannot be individually defined, and the result is turbulence. We have carefully studied and then optimized and noticeably improved the airflow properties with this part. The new and improved Vario Wind Deflector bracket makes it possible for all riders, with all windscreen shapes to enjoy the highly praised benefits that the addition of a Wind Deflector can provide. The brilliant design of the backet allows it to adapt to any windscreen as the base is adjustable from 180° to 90°. See the More Views Tab above for additional information.

We currently offer two different versions; the main difference being the size and shape of the actual deflector screen. Both styles come with the option of a Clear Lexan deflector with silver colored anodized aluminum clamp or tinted Lexan deflector with aluminum clamp anodized in Titanium finish.

Recommendation: If you are happy with the height, width and other proportions of your existing windscreen but are bothered by turbulence or buffeting, you will benefit greatly from the addition of a Wunderlich Wind Deflector.

The facts:

  • Multiple adjustments for individual needs: Angle, height and distance to rider.
  • Mounting base adjusts from 180° to 90° to fit all windscreen shapes
  • Optimum stress relief for helmet and upper body.
  • Removes turbulence and disturbing wind jets otherwise present.
  • Easy to adjust.
  • Dimensions: Version 1 24 x 8 cm (l x h) | Version 2 24 x 9 cm (l x h)
  • Fast attachment and removal from screen.
  • Strong and secure attachment method.
  • Lightweight precision CNC-machined adjustment mechanism.
  • High quality anodized aluminum alloy.
  • Shatter-proof Lexan deflector screen.
  • ABE approved for use on several models. See the Applications Tab above.

Important Tip: To avoid loosening while riding thread locking fluid should be used to secure all fasteners. Available under the Related Products tab.

Clips to most any windshield

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Average Customer Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 (Based on 140 reviews)
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Best Accessory I've Ever Purchased for a Motorcycle

Reviewed by Bob D. from Glencoe, IL (8.8.2014)

I'm embarrassed to leave a gushingly positive review for such a simple little widget, but the darn thing has been a small miracle for me. I have a 2012 Triumph Bonneville SE and have been trying for over a year to find a reasonable level of wind protection for longer highway trips. Three windscreens later, I got a "pretty good" result with the multi-adjustablea Rifle SoloShield X, but I still hoped for better. By adding the Wunderlich deflector, I got pretty close to perfect. The air now flows very smoothly and just where I want it and I can adjust it as needed. For those concerned about price, yes it is a simple device, but elegant in its simplicity, and the craftsmanship, in both materials and assembly, is impressive. It is one of those mechanical items that when you hold it in your hands and work it through its range of motion you immediately know it is well made. I'll be ordering another for my second bike. Very happy to have discovered this product.
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It works

Reviewed by Kevin Montgomery from Olive Branch, MS (8.6.2014)

The wind deflector is good quality but not as good as the factory windshield. The bracket has great adjustment. I wished it mounted and dismounted easier. With my height I am looking through it and on the highway it does a great job reducing the buffeting but I ride mostly on trails and back roads. I keep mine off most of the time. Great for Highway use.
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Perfect little addition

Reviewed by Greg from Los Angeles, CA (7.14.2014)

I bought this item to add a few inches of calm to the BMW F800GS Touring Windscreen for freeway and highway riding. It works just as I hoped. This lets me enjoy the breeze on surface streets and off road without the deflector and then quickly add it for a critical bit of additional comfort on the highway or for longer trips.
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Great product

Reviewed by Dave Galloway from Goldsboro, NC (7.8.2014)

Works very well on my Aprilia Mana GT. High quality materials and workmanship.
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Moto Guzzi Stelvio

Reviewed by Paul Sherman from Los Angeles, CA (7.7.2014)

I was looking for something to block just a little more noise on my MG Stelvio NTX during long trips. This is a very high quality item that did the job in spades. I'm 6' and when at almost the highest setting it sends the air stream over my helmet with out it getting too hot. Highly recommended to fellow MG NTX riders.
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precision designed air deflector

Reviewed by william ross from rochester, n.h. (6.28.2014)

surprisingly effective,overblown price pitifull excuse for installation instructions. however it works wunder fully,thanks
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I like it very much.

Reviewed by JONG YUN from , (6.27.2014)

I love to controlled. I like the easy assembly. This product is a very useful product tour.
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AWESOME

Reviewed by John from Arvada, CO (6.21.2014)

Easy to install and it truly deflects the airflow. I ride a BMW C600 Sport, and at 6' 3", the standard windscreen would push the air directly into my face. The Wunderlich pushes the air over my head. The make a huge difference in the comfort and wind noise.
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Works well, great product!

Reviewed by Rob Rautenstrauch from Buffalo, NY (6.20.2014)

I installed this on my 2002 F650GS. I had my doubts but it adds some great additional wind deflection. It is highly adjustable, and a great quality product. I did have to download the installation instructions from the website because the instructions that shipped with it were a little unclear. All in all, a great purchase that I recommend to anyone looking for a little more relief from the wind!
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Wow So small but does it work...

Reviewed by Boz from San Antonio, TX (6.17.2014)

When I received the Wind Deflector I was thinking the other reviewers must have been talking about something else. Installing if you read the directions, what a concept, it goes quick and easy. Really like the engineering and application of the Deflector on the GIVI windshield. Thinking I needed it high as it would go I was a little disappointed on the first results, granted better than without but was it worth $$$. I then tried different settings and WOW a big difference. I now can run at 85 and not be blown off the bike nor suffer super wind noise. Wish I would have tested before ordering the $600.00 Shoei helmet I have yet to wear. This will not out do a big as a barn door windshield but for people like me who want some of the protection of a GoldWing like windshield but also like to be able to look over and around when riding off-road a pleasant and cost effective addition. Now I know why some say they removed the Deflector from their old bike to the new bike before selling the old bike.
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Wind deflector

Reviewed by Eric V from Visalia, Ca (6.17.2014)

I have the oem windscreen for the R1200GSA. This deflector took care of all buffeting. This is a great product and I have no reason to spend more money on a new windshield.
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Works great

Reviewed by Billy Conerly from Denham Springs, La (6.13.2014)

Works as advertised. Easy install, however instructions are poor and in German
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NO VISIBILITY

Reviewed by Mauricio Molina from Miami, fl (5.21.2014)

i bought this item to try and minimize the wind buffering but it did not do the trick, besides it affects visibility when driving. i guess i lost my money this time. :-(
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deflector

Reviewed by FRANK NACH from sydney, nsw (5.18.2014)

excellent
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Complex to Install and set up but works well

Reviewed by Richard Friedman from Highland Village, TX (4.28.2014)

I had a Touratech unit on my previous R1200 GSA and was looking for something a bit more robust. This is a very complex unit and takes a bit of installing and setting up. All the Allen screws came loose and loc-tite is a good idea. Also one size of Allen Key would have been better engineering rather a 4 and a 5 mm on different screws. However once on it appears to work well although I have to wait for a longer trip.
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Passenger

Reviewed by Fernando Rodriguez from Monterrey, NL (4.23.2014)

I have a GS1200R. I bought it because I was going to travel with my wife from Monterrey Mexico to Telluride Colorado (4,000 miles) and she was complain about the air on the top of her helmet. It works perfect!!, Also works great with the GoPRO in my helmet...
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Triumph 1050 Tiger

Reviewed by Richard Olthoff from Kentwood, MI (4.22.2014)

This was what I posted on the Triumph Forum website: I’ve read with great interest all of the posts concerning wind protection and I’ve been working on the solution without an answer until this morning. Just to get my information up front, I have a 2010 Tiger. I’m 6’2” and wear an Arai and, when not wearing the Arai, a Shoei helmet. I initially tried the raising of the stock shield off of the fairing like others have done. I did mine a little different as I raised mine with ˝ L brackets. All from Home Depot 1.OOK 1/2IN. Metal Offset Clips 8 pieces to a box/Model #50235 Internet #202341245 2. 030699697489 Screw SCT CAP SCREW BUTN HD 10/32X1/2 3. 030699400683 Lock nuts 10/32 ZINC This install worked extremely well as far as fit. No bending or forcing the screen to line up with the holes because I had that ˝ offset. Lifting the shield had limited success as far as wind protection though. So next, I purchased a Triumph Touring Screen off of eBay. Installed it using the raised L brackets. Better, but not great. Debating on the next step and looking at all of the screen options and not wanting to go with the MadStad, I went out on a limb after reading many reviews and a high recommendation from a friend in our riding group, I purchased the Wunderlich Deflector. Wunderlich Deflector http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/motorcycle//8110024-025.html I was rather un-impressed and expected very little from a small piece of Lexan mounted at the top of the screen, especially since I just paid $129.00. I was impressed with the mount to attach it to the screen. No holes to drill and no screen damage needed to attach it. Flexibility for different positions is also rather impressive. Installed it last night for a test ride this morning. I am amazed and blown away on how well it works. I was surprised to find myself cruising at 80mph this morning without the turbulence. Keep in mind, my reference point for clean air was my previous bike, BMW K1300GT with a Cee Baileys windshield. That bike was like riding in a bubble of air. My initial impressions are my Triumph is now not to far off from the BMW vacuum. I rode with my faceshield up at 70 and it was …..wonderful! I’m posting this to let you know that this works for me. I’m curious if the Wunderlich would work as well with the stock screen. I may never know because my current setup is so good, I have no reason to experiment.
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Great solution for excessive wind.

Reviewed by Lloyd Streit from St. Marys, GA (4.18.2014)

Great product, works exactly as advertised! I installed it on my BMW R1200R to minimize wind blast. The wind used to hit me right at neck level, not it hots mid-helmet. Big improvement, easy install, high quality.
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Its a winner

Reviewed by Lenny Greene from Charleston, SC (4.13.2014)

My passengers and I were very unhappy with buffeting on my F800. This did the trick. I agree with other reviews that this little pearl did the trick and yo do need to take allen wrenches along to re-tighten after the first long ride.
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Almost perfect.

Reviewed by James Copple from Cloudcroft, NM (4.5.2014)

I am 6ft and ride a 2006 BMW R1200GSA. I wear a Schuberth C3 for road trips and a Shark Evoline convertible off road. The deflector and mount are made of high quality materials, well packaged, and with good instructions. Note: half the instructions are found underneath a cardboard base in the packaging. I only found them when I was breaking the box down for recycling, after I had already done the installation from downloaded instructions. Without the deflector, the airflow hits around the base of the helmet, causing plenty of noise from turbulence. In the summer, I take the screen off completely and it is quiet because the helmet is in smooth air. In the winter, I like the deflector for road trips because it raises the screen and reduces the turbulent flow around the helmet. I used to put the screen on its highest adjustment, but now I put it in the mid setting with the deflector on. This has had the added benefit of improving the aerodynamics in cross winds, because I am a little closer to the screen, so I remain protected a little more in cross-winds. In calm conditions, I ride in a bubble of still air in quiet comfort. It's startlingly effective, especially given the diminutive dimensions of the deflector. Off road I take the deflector off, for two reasons: first, I want a clearer view of the track in front of the bike. Second, the additional weight of the screen with the deflector on causes it to move just a little too alarmingly when I hit rocks and holes in the track. I am worried about over-stressing the screen mountings off-road with the deflector in place. I leave the metal mounting in place though because it is held on one side by double-sticky-sided foam tape which would be impractical to replace every time I remove or replace the mount. One thing that could improve it further: it is nice to be able to grab the deflector and move it up and down. For example, riding through town it is nice to lower it and have more air in my face, but on the open road, raise it again. If I tighten the adjust screw just right, I can do this for a while, but inevitably the screw loosens up and the deflector flops around until I tighten it just right again, even if I use thread lock to stop the screws vibrating loose. If it could be engineered so we could set a tightness that doesn't change with vibration, it would be even better. One more thing: when I placed my order, the website claimed the item to be in stock, delivered in 2-3 working days. This turned out to be false. After 5 days, I emailed the company, and they casually told me they were awaiting stock from Germany, as if this is completely normal - and I expect it is. It took 2 weeks. The company has a lackadaisical attitude to the accuracy of the delivery time, so be prepared for a frustrating wait, made worse by unapologetic customer service.

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