Variable windscreen by Wunderlich for the F 800 GS Adventure
Wunderlich offers, from now on, a windscreen for the BMW F 800 GS Adventure which is adjustable for every use. The twopart windscreen “RAID Vario” can be continuously adjusted in height thanks to his quick-release mechanism.
The large flaps in the upper part relieve the head and the upper body nearly without turbulences. The windshield “RAID Vario” offers additional protection for hands and arms through an effective enlargement in the transition area to the covers and closes the gap to the head light. The Adventure becomes a harmonious and impressive look.
The adjustable “RAID Vario” clear is made of strong, fuel resistant and optical pure Lexan plastic.
The two-part windscreen is easy and quick to fit and is ABE approved. The complete construction is delivered with 5 years guarantee.
For more information visit us at www.wunderlich.de or give us a call +49 (0) 26 42 - 97 98 - 0
As of 01 January 2021, the United Kingdom will no longer be part of the EU internal market. We assure you that we have organized the processes for you as conveniently as possible! Nevertheless, there are some points in the purchase process that need to be considered in the future.
Wunderlich shipments to the United Kingdom from 1 January 2021: What you need to know
The administrative acts associated with customs duties and import taxes will be handled for you by our transport service providers. This means you can conveniently pay customs and import VAT duties when you receive your shipment, whether at your doorstep or at one of the service points.
At the beginning, you can expect a modified delivery time
We ask for your understanding that there will probably be longer delivery times due to upcoming customs controls at the border crossings. We are currently unable to estimate how long these waiting times will be.
Special case Northern Ireland: Nothing changes for our customers from Northern Ireland!
The Northern Ireland Withdrawal Agreement (Northern Ireland Protocol) treats Northern Ireland as an EU member state even after Brexit with regard to customs, VAT and excise duties.