Memphis Fats, Ruby Red
December 07, 2012(Apex, NC)
Love my Memphis Shades windshield! Knocks the wind down to a reasonable breeze
Memphis Shades Lowers
August 29, 2012(Roanoke, VA)
Installed these on a 2007 Honda Shadow Spirit. They do a good job of deflecting the wind and although I didn't think I would like the way they looked, they actually are pretty cool looking (IMHO). I also have a MS Classic Deuce windshield on the bike. I would recommend them.
Wouldn't buy again...
M. Miller -
July 24, 2012(Nashville, TN)
Didn't love the way these lined up on my Roadstar 1600. Looked a little goofy and not sure they did all that much for the wind. Design and fit works fine, just not sure was worth it. Bucks lowers or the chrome lowers look better in my opinion and I know the Bucks function better.
Dave P. -
July 12, 2012(Fenton, MI)
Besides having one little mark on one of them, these match up to my bike really nice.
Does not work
December 19, 2011(Irvine, CA)
This product failed the design requirement to reduce or eliminate the buffet effect of windshield or fuel tank on 2011 Harley Davidson FXDC.
Glad I bought them
November 29, 2011(Conway, AR)
The lowers are helping me through my late fall-winter ride/commute. Put them on my ACE and am fine with the look and can tell the difference with less wind under my windshield.
Great addition to Batwing Fairing
V Star 1300 -
November 29, 2011(Columbia, SC)
Night and day difference with the amount of air rolling under the faring and back up the rider's body. Much less helmet buffeting. The directions from Memphis Shades are worthless so an easy job takes way more time than needed. Tip - only finger tighten everything. You will be adjusting the position.
great for colder rides
November 04, 2011(lake city, IA)
They help some buffering of the wind, would work better if the front turn signals were not in the way, that's the way a VTX 1300C is made though, they work the best keeping wind off the legs when its colder.
Charles W. -
October 10, 2011(Seymour, MO)
Easy to install and work great. May experiment with adjustment when it gets colder, but for now, really like them.
Memphis shades lowers
September 26, 2011(Omaha, NE)
I have now ridden with these on from about 100 degrees down to 50 degrees. I am going to keep the tool to take them off with me when it is hot out because with these and my 21" windshield you get basically zero air moving across you unless you are at 70+ mph. When it is cold they work great to keep the wind off of my knees and from coming up onto my torso. They could be a little larger though. Now I just need something to cover the highway bars and I will be set for 40 degree weather.