Differences between Z-Racing and R-Racer models
The Z-Racing and R-Racer screens improve the aerodynamics of your sports motorcycle while maintaining its aggressive line. The differences between the two reside in its design and aerodynamic coefficient.
If you are looking for a screen for your sports motorcycle, in Puig you can choose between the Z-Racing and the R-Racer line. Both have been developed by Puig thanks to the knowledge acquired from the competition, working side by side with teams such as the Repsol Honda Team from MotoGP and the Kawasaki Racing Team from WorldSBK. They have been developed with the goal of improving the aerodynamics of your motorcycle, but they have differences that directly affect the way the wind flow will impact.
The R-Racer screen offers a perfect view through the screen and its higher position will deflect wind from the helmet and shoulder area. Its smooth structure is made of high impact acrylic material (3 mm thick) that gives it an ideal resistance and lightness for this segment. In addition, the finish of the piece is rounded and very delicate (above 2 mm) to comply with TÜV safety regulations.
The material of manufacture and finishing process is the same but the design of the Z-Racing includes two lateral ribs, designed to channel the air to the outside. This solution manages to relieve air pressure on the rider's shoulders and balance the bike at high speeds, improving aerodynamic protection in an upright position by 12.7%. A figure that increases up to 61% if the rider is placed in a crouching or racing position. In this case, the buyer will be able to choose from a very wide variety of colors to customize his motorcycle.
Both have been designed and developed in Barcelona with the most avant-garde technologies and under Puig Hi-Tech Parts production standards. They have been subtracted in the virtual wind tunnel and represent a notable improvement over the original screen of any model. In addition, its assembly does not require additional parts and the package comes with the aerodynamic study and the ABE 38182 approval certificate.