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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-18-2011, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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My new Plexistar2

Been waiting over a month to get this on, now it's finally done. Weather here turned 60 today and took her out for a 20 mile ride. Sweet....I reall like it. I still have a little adjusting to do, it's up against the tach a little so I'm getting a little rattle, but it works very well. Kept pretty much all the wind off my hands.



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Looking good shark.

In the view from the rear I thought you had a big rusty blodge on the right side until I realized it was just the label you haven`t taken off yet.

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Just like mine. I love it.

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The PFII looks good on there. How much did you pay for it (shipped? and where did you order it from?
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The PFII looks good on there. How much did you pay for it (shipped? and where did you order it from?
Got it off e-bay the other month, paid around $85 plus shipping. I think it was about $104 total. Couldn't pass that up...... I think it was a display model because it didn't have the original box, but who cares about the box!

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Cool... I am still tossing fairing and sheild Ideas around in my head... I still want to go with a batwing type fairing, but i am a cheap SOB
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Got it off e-bay the other month, paid around $85 plus shipping. I think it was about $104 total. Couldn't pass that up...... I think it was a display model because it didn't have the original box, but who cares about the box!
I don't blame you, Shark. That's a great price. I paid $164 for my last PFIII. Isn't it great being able to keep all the wind off you going down the road? These are great windshields.

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Shark: Nice one. I have had one for three yrs and lovin every mile of it. I cut er down to fit myself as if ya ride at night and get dew on it. You will have to stand on floorboards as to see over it. Must cut to fit your riding style. Great purchase.
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Shark: Nice one. I have had one for three yrs and lovin every mile of it. I cut er down to fit myself as if ya ride at night and get dew on it. You will have to stand on floorboards as to see over it. Must cut to fit your riding style. Great purchase.
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I was wondering how it would be when the dew hits it in the mornings when I come home from work. I'll have to make sure I have a towel or chamois to clean it off and go from there. I haven't ridden at night with it and I was wondering what the glare would be like. How much did you cut off?

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