2020 XDS RR, 2019 Sport 1000R
Whatever racing it is you're into you know you have to change the windshields fairly periodically. Especially under lights. Unless you use tear offs.I've used both acrylic and polycarbonate for windows, safety shields, cases, and a variety of other things. The pros of acrylic are it's more scratch resistant and has a bit more clarity than poly but the fact that it's easier to crack and shatter offsets its attributes for many uses where impact or vibration may cause it to fail. I wouldn't use it for a window or windshield on a vehicle. But I have made windows and windshields out of poly and it works great for that. And scratches are easily removed with aviation plastic polish. Just be sure to wipe the direction that the wind flows over the glass and never in a circular pattern.
Any plastic window is a throw away item eventually imo.
I wouldn't mind if these things were cheaper. But they are so expensive I just can't justify them.