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11-30-2009 08:24 AM
Originally Posted by M_Angell View Post
I have an '06 and i have a slip streamer spitfire on mine and i like it.
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I have the same one and love it. It doesn't block too much wind but enough to be significantly more comfortable. Not sure if you're new to riding but if you are I recommend something to help the feeling of holding on for dear life on the highway. Windshields do that. I actually have an extra one of the one above and its tinted. If you post pics of your bike I can tell you if it would look good. If yeah, maybe we could work something out...
11-29-2009 07:37 PM
Originally Posted by hiker View Post
nice, i like the look...

11-29-2009 05:25 PM

Originally Posted by Wileysden View Post
motorcyclPlexi 3 on mine,painted the bottom 1\2 part.Kinda looks like a fairng.
Nice, I like the look...
11-29-2009 12:19 PM
Wileysden Plexi 3 on mine,painted the bottom 1\2 part.Kinda looks like a fairng.
11-29-2009 11:12 AM
rckmtn Ditto on that altitude protection--leave the flatlands (6K) at 75 degrees and be at 12K in less than an hour temps can drop to <40 degrees.
11-28-2009 09:57 PM
junkyardroad Plexifairing 3 for me too. Cruising at altitude requires good protection. No mods required, bolted on in 15 minutes.
11-28-2009 05:53 PM
Ron_G Ditto on the PF3 especially this time of year. I ride without the windshield in the warm weather but like the PF3 for the winter months. I ride year round and have found I can ride comfortably all winter with the PF3 on.

11-28-2009 02:52 PM
Hiker I love my PF3
11-28-2009 12:14 PM
cglennon Just added a National Cycle Deflector (base model, not the DX version). This is considered a deflector at 14" tall, not a full windshield. I like the look and it does protect my body (I'm 5'9"-ish in height) from the wind (my #1 goal for buying), but I haven't found the right rake angle to prevent buffeting around my head. Also,
  • I can easily see over the shield (my #2 goal for buying)
  • Available on eBay for about 1/2 price (I paid $40/delivered)
  • Easy to install and adjust
  • Looks sporty (very similar to the custom NC version for the VN750)
  • Available in clear or tinted
  • Very light with strong mounting hardware
  • NC has a DX models designed for quick release
Now I just have to find the right rake angle for my height.
11-27-2009 09:31 PM
rckmtn I have a PF3 and a Spitfire. My thinking was to put on the smaller shield in the summer. Lots of rain this summer so I left the PF3 on. The spitefire does a adequate job of wind/bug deflection in the summer but I found I liked the larger PF3 for the early am rides to work. The PF3 worked great with the lowers and hand protectors. In Wy. the temps can get pretty low in the mornings but with the PF3 I don't have to wear a heavy jacket or gloves. I'll probably be selling my new Spitfire (bought it to replace my old used one) at the start of next years riding season.
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