Zero Gravity Yamaha R1/LE (09-13) Windscreen User Manual

Fig3 fig4, Fig1 fig2

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Yamaha R1 2009 and up DIY Windscreen Install

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Fig 3.

Locate the middle fairing slot at the bottom of

the windscreen. Insert windscreen into this slot for pos-
itive retention.
For 2012 & up install: Both the windscreen & inner
plastic mold must insert into this slot for positive reten-
tion.

Helpful hints: Use metric tools, clean hands, put the bike on a stand. Do not pry on the screen excessively, as it can break
without much warning.

Installation Instructions for Yamaha R1 2009 and up.

Thank you for purchasing Zero Gravity’s windscreen, (a screen which has been designed and manufactured to give years
of safe & fun riding.) These instructions give you an in-depth look at the

installation process.

To receive further assistance or

parts please e-mail techinfo@zerogravity-racing.com.

PLEASE READ BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR WINDSCREEN

FIG3

FIG4

Inner Plastic mold
positioned behind

the ZG Screen.

FIG1

FIG2

Grab & Pull

up fairing

Middle

fairing slot

Fig 2.

Start by inserting the windscreen from one

side. To slide in, grab and pull up on the upper fairing
as shown above. Rotate the mirror rubber gasket to
align the side windscreen humps. Repeat for the other
side. For 2012 & up install Tip: The trick to keep-
ing the two plastic units together, is to not flex the wind-
screen during the process.

Align &

Slide

Align &

Slide to this

Be careful not to exert to much force!

Fig 4.

To finish the installation process, align and

slide the U-hooks located upper fairing corners, into
their respective slot by applying light pressure.
Be careful not to exert to much force!
Check alignment then install side mirrors to finish.

Fig 1.

Remove both mirrors. Locate both fasteners in the

inside fairing. Once you remove the mirrors the factory
screen can be removed by sliding back and pulled up
slightly. For 2012 & up install: OEM windscreens
have an inner plastic mold attached to the screen (as
shown above)
. Carefully remove it and attach to Zero
Gravity screen as shown in Fig 1.

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