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Wind Deflector

Part Number: 8110024-025

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Wunderlich Wind Deflector

Fits on nearly any windshield, regardless of make or model!

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.

Suggestion: If you are otherwise pleased with the height, width and proportions of your existing windshield, but nonetheless are bothered by annoying turbulence, then this adjustable wind deflector may be just the answer!

Two versions of this part are available: Clear Lexan deflector with silver colored anodized aluminum clamp or tinted Lexan deflector with aluminum clamp anodized in Titanium finish.


• Adjustable wind spoiler. (Angle, height and distance from the rider)
• Optimal relief for the helmet and upper body
• Eliminates turbulences and corrects oncoming airflow.
• Easy to adjust
• Quick and easy installation / removal.
• Sturdy mounting system
• Weight optimized, machined holding mechanism
• Anodized Dural aluminum
• 4mm (1/8”) thick, shatterproof Lexan shield
• Tested and approved by the German safety authority, TÜV
• Dimensions of the deflector: 24cm (9-3/8”) wide and at the maximum, 8cm (3-1/8") tall

This universal attachment system will allow fitment to virtually and motorcycle windshield. The quality of design and workmanship is truly impressive!

Spare Parts are available under the Related Products tab.

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

BMW F800 GS Owners please note: If your bike is equipped with the original factory wind screen, this part will not fit your windshield properly due to the *V* shape at the top of the screen. Instead, please have a look at the Vario Wind Deflector under the Related Products tab above.

R1200 GS LC Owners please note: Due to the shape of the original BMW windscreen of liquid cooled GS, this deflector will not fit. Instead of this part, please have a look at the Vario Wind Deflector under the Related Products tab above.

Clips to most any windshield

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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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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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Wind Deflector

Reviewed by Omar from Miami, FL (3.20.2014)

Im very happy with this item,reduced the noise in my helmet.very comfortable.
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Good quality and service

Reviewed by Genady L from Los Gatos, CA (1.8.2014)

Nicely machined aluminum part. The screen itself is also appears to be made of the high quality material. One improvement I would like to see - is for spoiler to go lower, be able to use it in a manner similar to the laminar lip. Adding height to improve airflow is not always best option, I do not like to have anything in my direct field of view. So if your screen already pretty tall, that may be a problem. Another notice on shipping charges from Wunderlich - seems to high for such a small package. It is also available with free shipping through Amazon.
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Wind deflector

Reviewed by Greg from Arlington, VA (1.5.2014)

Nice high-quality product - if it arrives. Ordered and paid for two wind deflectors. One arrived within a week, the second no where to be found. Wunderlich sent a second, via slow mail although I paid for faster service, but it arrived as a used part. The plexiglass component was scratched and marred with two holes drilled into the part. Same happened to another order - paid for parts only to receive them after I called to complain. Service department was apologetic but it appears that precise business operations and management are lacking. I would like to think that this was a fluke but the arrival of the previously owned and repackaged part when a new one was ordered, is the last straw. Don't recommend purchasing from Wunderlich, there are too many choices with better service.
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Typically perfect quality...

Reviewed by Erik Lewis from Frederick, MD (12.26.2013)

... from Wunderlich and its suppliers. The machined parts have a quality inspiring heft and attention to detail. I'm 6'-2 and typically have to deal with wind noise because of my height, especially with the aftermarket bar risers on my K1200S. But with a couple of stop-and-adjust sessions I've found that the deflector has reduced the low-frequency "ripping" wind noise at the rear of my helmet to nil. Exactly what I was hoping for. Worth every penny.
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Wind deflector on a R 1200 GSA

Reviewed by David Watson from Westlake, La. (12.18.2013)

This wind deflector greatly reduces wind noise and buffeting on my helmet. I am 6'2" tall and sit high on the GS. I highly recommend it if you are subjected to wind buffeting and wing noise.
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Reviewed by Paul Rutschky from Oxnard, California (11.16.2013)

This deflector is awesome! It accommodates my slightly larger touring windshield perfectly. The blast on my face has been replaced with buffeted air while the majority of air flows right at and over the top of my helmet eliminating neck stress during windy rides. One thing... the instructions are terrible! Please fix.
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Reviewed by Emma Abernethy from Taihape, Rangitikei (11.1.2013)

Highly recommended. Can now ride with helmet open. It's made it that quiet. Easy to fit and lots of adjustment available.
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'92 R100GS

Reviewed by Steve Bickford from Muskegon, MI (10.30.2013)

Easy fitment. I love the adjustability and the quality is top notch. Reduced buffeting and wind noise greatly. I've been off-road and haven't had an issue.
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My First Thought... WTF?

Reviewed by Upper-Left-Edge from Southern, OR (10.24.2013)

When I first unpackaged the Wunderlich Wind Deflector I thought WTF because it's so small (not even as wide as my helmet) but the reviews I read stated it worked well so I mounted it and after a few adjustments... What a Difference it made in both the wind and the noise level. I have a pony tail and even though I always wear a helmet, my hair would always get tangled in knots... not any more. I used to have to keep my face shield closed / latched because in the unlatched position the shield would rattle from the wind... not any more. Used to have to keep the shield closed when the temperature dropped... not any more. Bottom Line- I should have purchased this in 2006 when I bought the bike... Great Product that Functions as Intended and Very High Quality as Well. I ride a 2006 Yamaha Roadliner w/Corbin Fairing.
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BMW F 800 GSA - significant improvement

Reviewed by Kimo from Somis, California (10.22.2013)

Noticeable relief from helmet buffeting on the new higher stock wind screen on the 2014 F 800 GSA at freeway speeds! The "zone" is fairly narrow so with strong cross winds you have to shift your head a bit to find the sweet spot, but all-in-all very pleased with the performance of this product. I'm 5'11" tall and it seems the F 800 GSA stock wind screen is designed for persons a couple inches shorter.
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Wind Deflector

Reviewed by GerryM from Toronto, Ont (10.16.2013)

I have an R1200S and was experiencing quite a bit of buffeting on the highway. I tried a Puig Double Bubble which helped but that broke after hitting a rather alarming bump (no other damage by the way). I have dealt with Wunderlich before and was very satisfied and decided to try this deflector instead using the original, robust windscreen. It is a well made bit of kit and works very well. If I had one request it would be to make it adjustable with something other that a 5mm Allen key.
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Great Deflector

Reviewed by Alex Martin from Neepawas, Manitoba (10.9.2013)

The deflector works as advertised. It is very adjustable and solid. I set it and made a few adjustments and it works fine.
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Mike - Tassie down under

Reviewed by Michael Jessup from Launceston, Tasmania (10.5.2013)

I purchased the wind deflector after searching the net for some product that would raise wind deflection off my upper body without having to change the contour lines of the existing bike. The ride over the Nullabor to Perth really tested my strength to hold into a constant prevailing westerly that blows across the Great Australian Bite, - builds neck muscles where Hercules never had 'em! When this wind deflector arrived, placement on the Dn-01 shield was easy/simple; adjustment was reviewed several times, the final setting, (which doesn't have to be permanent by the way), giving a most satisfactory result for a more wind protected ride. Benefits are over 90 kph. Recommend to anyone who wants to keep the original fairing setup but gain an improved wind deflection advantage without aiming for race speeds.
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It Works!

Reviewed by Ken O'Malley from Mandeville, Louisiana (10.2.2013)

I needed an extension to my after-market windshield to reduce wind noise and to keep the bugs off my face shield and this is just the ticket. Installation is a bit tricky but with patience it ended up fitting great and working great. A good value for the price.
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Reviewed by k.d. mcallister from seattle, wa (9.30.2013)

same as a previous review. my windscreen was a bit to short. fine in town. the wunderlich is the perfect addition for longer rides. takes a few rides to get the adjustment just right. that is the advantage of this unit, plenty of ability to get it just where visibility isn't compromised and proper deflection is attained. huge difference. rode the honda silverwing from seattle to portland and back, same day. no problems.
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Small invention. HUGE improvement

Reviewed by SB from Chattanooga, TN (9.23.2013)

I didnt want a large touring screen, but for long hwy stretches of riding wanted more wind protection than my KTM SMT factory shield provided. This is the perfect addition. Goes on and off quickly and does not affect the overall look of the bike. AWESOME. Highly recommend
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Wind Deflector, Clear

Reviewed by AF from Sanford, NC (9.15.2013)

We bought these for our F650 GS Twin and F800 GS. As stated in the description, they don't fit on the stock windshields for those bikes. So, we filed a small section in the center of the windshield down flat, the width of the attachment bracket. Then, we epoxied the bracket on along with the screws. Works perfect. So, for long, touring rides we can roll with the windshield and deflector (which works very well) and for short rides I can take the windshield off entirely.
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Wind Deflector works !

Reviewed by Carletal from Spokane, WA (9.9.2013)

Small and unobtrusive. Mounted on my S1000RR to make highway riding a bit more comfortable. Really works well and makes a big difference in wind and noise at highway speeds. Almost turns an S1000 into a touring bike ! Almost...

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