- Standard on S models: High clear windshield
- 63508008000 (EU)
- 63508508000 (USA)
- Standard on R models: Low tinted windshield
- 63508108000 (EU)
- 63508608000 (USA)
- Standard on R Rally models: Low clear windshield
- 6350810800001 (EU)
- 6350860800001 (USA)
You can replace the annoying bolt holding the windshield in place by a nice one, but it’s $15 which is a tad expensive for a glorified M5 bolt! In a pinch a cut down GoPro casing know can do.
Another accessory is this innovative little doodad (€35) that goes between the the original holes and the windshield to simply move it into a more vertical position. Another similar device is available to 3D print (Website in Swedish, use Chrome translate feature to read it)
I addition of replacement screens below, some manufacturers are proposing complete replacement of the whole tower, rally style.
A lot of people are very satisfied by little blade deflectors on top of the original windshield.Too many of those to list here.
Third party windshields
(This list is probably incomplete)
Puig has a touring screen available, €103, larger than the KTM options in clear, smoke and dark smoke colors. There is a one paragraph review at advrider: first impressions are: good for the road, but wobbly off-road.
Madstad is also offering a 790 Adventure specific screen, in different size, and adjustable. From $230.
Rade garage is selling a rally style screen, opening the cockpit more and including a GPS mount. €190.
MRA in Germany added two windshields, sport an touring, the second also available with an optional spoiler. €120 to €160.
GIVI has a whole collection of sliding windshield of sorts.