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Slip Streamer
Spitfire Windshield
$75.95 - $87.95
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Slip Streamer Spitfire Windshield Harley or metric, the Spitfire Windshield from Slip Streamer is a universal fitting shield that is highly adjustable in terms of height and angle. Not only providing
Demon Windshield from Memphis Shades Handlebar mount windshield Measures 21" W x 18" H above headlight Fits most round headlights Made of Lucite for excellent optics and durability
National Cycle
Heavy Duty Touring Windshield
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National Cycle Heavy Duty Touring Windshield Heavy Duty™ Windshields are fixed-mount windshields that use an allen key for removal. Only National Cycle Heavy Duty windshields can fit a long legacy of
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Hellfire Windshield
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Slip Streamer Hellfire Windshield A shield built to cruise, literally! Designed to meet the needs of today's rider, the SS-24 is the ultimate Cruiser fairing. The hellfire is a functional yet fashiona
National Cycle
Dakota Mount Kit
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National Cycle Dakota Mount Kit Model specific kit for a perfect, hassel free fit Fits the National Cycle: Dakota 4.5 , Low Boy , Custom and Ranger windshields
National Cycle
Dakota 4.5 Windshield
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National Cycle Dakota 4.5 Windshield A custom look at an affordable price High impact merges with the crystal clarity of acrylic with an impressive impact resistant windshield The Dakota
Memphis Shades Lowers Hardware Mounts Memphis Shades Lowers to most motorcycles Each kit contains two fork clamp/mounting assemblies and all necessary hardware to mount Lowers plastic Kit
Hell Cat Windshield from Memphis Shades Handlebar mount windshield Sculpted full-body shape Measures 20" W x approximately 18" H above headlight Fits most round headlights Made of L
Alley Cat Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Alley Cat windshield from Memphis Shades is modeled after the widely popular Hell Cat handlebar mounted windshield For use on Metric cruisers
Rio Grande Sportshield from Memphis Shades The most coverage of any windshield in the Memphis Shades sportshield family For use on Harley-Davidson® motorcycles Made of Lucite for ex
Slip Streamer
Falcon 20" Windshield
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Slip Streamer Falcon 20" WindshieldUnique design combines classic styling of American vintage cruiser shield with classic touring shield features like size and hand protection Fork mounting system fit

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dave (concord, CA)

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batwing faring and trigger lock brackets

I was very happy with the batwing fairing I purchased and the mounting brackets worked perfectly. Also painting the fairing was so easy- now my bike looks great. Thank you, thank you, thank you Motorcycle Superstore for your quality parts and service. You just became my Motorcycle Superstore.

Glen (Bear Island, NB)

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Very Pleased

I installed this fairing on a 1980 XS 650 without difficulty. A nice fit and its good looking. It's a tall fairing, and for most drivers it would be a stretch to look over the top. Time will tell if it stands up. So far, so good. A quality fairing at a reasonable price.

tom (Buffalo, NY)

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2014 Honda Shadow Phantom

I'm 6'2" and I like the height of the windshield. I wear a full face helmet currently and the wind tends to buffet the top of my helmet making a bit more noise than desired. I might change the helmet to a smoother type. Windshield looks great on the bike, but as I stated in the review for the mounting brackets, expect it to scratch the forks under the straps. This applies to painted forks.

tom (Buffalo, NY)

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2014 Honda Phantom

Easy to install, looks great on bike. Only problem I can see is the black forks will definitely have scratches if I ever choose to totally remove the mounts. I didnt have a torque wrench, but if you're careful and tighten slowly, it'll be snug and not go anywhere...already tested to 75mph.

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