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National Cycle Plexifairing 3 Windshield
Comments about National Cycle Plexifairing 3 Windshield:
Very satisified with the fit on my 74 Honda CB550
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The best windshield I have ever had.
By 2 Tim 1:12
from Shawnee, OK
The best windshield I have ever had. I have been riding since 1964 and have had 25 motorcycles about 20 had windshields. My last three had National Cycle's Plexifairing 3s. Some of the cons I have read do not apply to any of the application I have had. My bikes with the National Cycle's Plexifairing 3 were a Yamaha XJ650 Maxim, a Suzuki S50 and a Honda VT1100 Shadow Sabre. I am considering one for my newest bike a Suzuki LS650P Savage although it may be on the large side for the smaller bike.
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Faring on Honda Shadow Sabre 1100
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from Anchorage, Alaska
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When we bought my wife's '77 CB750A, it came with a vintage Vetter fairing. It was comfy behind that huge windscreen, even at -- shall we say -- "highway plus" speeds, but my wife hated the way the fairing looked. So we replaced the Vetter fairing with the Plexifairing 3. IMHO, it's a bit too cruiser-like for me, but my wife loves it. Installation was reasonably easy, and if this fairing is any less comfortable than the Vetter, I couldn't tell...and it's a *LOT* lighter than the Vetter.Incidentally, Bike Bandit gets a huge thumbs up for their customer service on this order. There was a snag in the order process, and Bike Bandit really made things right. Thanks, Bike Bandit!!!
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1981 CB650C Custom/Dual caliper F brake
from Sharon Tennessee
This shield was at first glance a great idea. The problems started when I realized the turn signals on this bike are in line with the forks, not AHEAD of them, so the shield if mounted correctly, behind the turn signals as per the directions, is left under strain and will probably break. I can instead mount it in front of the turn signals, and it will then not be mountable because the lower pins are not long enough. We will soon see how this turns out, and I will revisit this one once I have the full story. It took about two hours to mount, but be sure of where your turn signals are, or you will be in the "poo" on this one.
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