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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-08-2010, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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What Windshield is This?

I like it, and am interested in possibly getting one...
I don't want one too big or too small.
If there are other recommendations for windshields around this size, I'm all ears!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-08-2010, 05:57 PM
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Not sure what kind that particular windshield is, however, I have been diligently researching for a windshield for my bike with quick disconnect (read 5 minutes or less)...take a look at the Plexifaring 2 or 3 (difference being the 3 has leg fairings). They can be found here...

http://shop.nationalcycle.com/perl/c...h_model=ka-046

...There are a few other style of windshields also. From all that I've read, National Cycle's products are high quality.

Note - I'm not affiliated in any way with the website or the company.

Best of luck and see you on the road!

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Not sure but I think it is designed for a square headlight bike, like an old Honda Magna or the like.

The 7" round cutout fits much better than this one does.

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It's a Slipstreamer. You can tell by the round things that hold the top of the sheild.

http://www.slipstreamer.com/Product/Sport/sport.html


looks like the SS24 in the "sport" page.



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I have a Kawasaki V-Force like this one (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Genui...Q5fAccessories).

PM me if you are interested and I can take some pictures and a give you price.

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Mine is roughly that size. Its a slipstreamer spitfire.

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It is indeed a slipstreamer, but I believe it is what they call the hellfire on their site. It is a bit larger than the spitfire. I have a national cycle street shield EX on mine(on the left) and a spitfire on the lady friend's(on the right).

I also have the shield in question in the garage. In the second picture you can see it is a bit wider than the spitfire, but about the same height.





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