A 2002 ZX9R doesn't have an LED screen it's all analog. The dark screen casts a dark shadow over the entire gauge cluster 90% of the time. Keeps the dash in the dark. While either wearing sun glasses or wearing a helmet with a tinted shield it can be very difficult to see the gauges. I've already stated what I think of double bubble screens in my previous post.Why would a dark screen not let you read the gauge cluster?
Actually the dark lets me read the LED panel better since it fades out in the light
Love the double bubble.
🤣 Oh, sorry. Forgot touring, yeah.Anyone with any experience with the touring option?
Seen here with the MRA X-creen and custom-made blade fueling up prior to going up Pike's Peak (in the background)
That makes it look more like a Conny than a Z. But I can appreciate the wind deflection cruising around triple digit speeds.Anyone with any experience with the touring option? View attachment 23988
I'm more about function than appearance to a point. I'm curious as to how much of a difference it might make. I will be riding from North East PA to the Carolinas more than once in a season. So if it's a noticeable difference without looking really awkward I'd try one...That makes it look more like a Conny than a Z. But I can appreciate the wind deflection cruising around triple digit speeds.
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Speaking of.That's just tits