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Old 08-20-2015, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by WhiteyJ View Post
I am not a big fan of the gauntlet fairing. It does take the wind off your chest, but puts the wind right into your eyes. It fine if you are under 60mph. But bad over that. I am debating changing to a T-Sport fairing, or adding the Laminar Lip. Any thoughts??
I was actually considering a Gauntlet but they never responded to my questions about fitting it to an '04. But it worked out well, I love my JD Customs T-Sport and apparently every other owner seems to share that opinion. No buffeting even at 100mph means I can finally take road trips without worrying about bobblehead neck injuries.
I've got a 15" screen on mine.
 
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Install the new Tsukayu fairing to go along with my bags. Great quality was easy to install. separated the both half's and painted the fairing and bags for a custom look.
 
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Here is my 2008 Streetbob with a Roadglide fairing on it. I have a detailed write-up here:

https://www.hdforums.com/forum/dyna-...g-install.html
 
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august 2015
 
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Here is mine.

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Jd tsport fairing

I love it. Rode 400 km one day with very little fatigue compared to my old 16 inch apes.
 
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agree - that looks really solid. would love to find something similar here on east coast US
 
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agree - that looks really solid. would love to find something similar here on east coast US
If you're talking about the post above yours from Nikolaiownz, they're made in California and they do ship.
 
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Default Fairing for 2012 switchback

i have a 2012 switchback just bought my fairing unpainted from reckless motors. Looks great and sound system is superb. It was a little pricey but well worth it.

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Default 2014 Lowrider with Batwing fairing

Here's my 2014 Lowrider, with a Memphis Shades Batwing fairing. Took about 30 mins to install it. Looks good, fairly solid even up to 170 kms/hr.
Actually less buffeting and wind resistance than my HD windshield.
It's also a quick release, which is nice for cleaning the bike.
Just installed it last week and went for a quick ride, hoping to get out this week for a last ride and see how much more I like her.
 
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