Rated 5 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5 out of 5 by tomkat On The Bandwagon
As promised these babies do the job. I put soft lowers on my 13 flhtcu and that moved the wind up over the tank. Then I installed the fork deflectors and viola! Major reduction in wind and buffeting. Excellent fit and finish, and they look. . . very cool
February 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Harley21 Stopped Wind Buffetting 90 %
I bought these based on other riders reviews saying that it stopped most of the wind buffetting they were experiencing. Without these installed, anything over 50 mph rattled my helmit and glasses and therefore my vision to the point I didn't enjoy the ride at all. I considered a taller windshield but was not sure I wanted to look through it for the rest of my biking life so I tried these as an alternative. Guess what. The reviews I read were right. My riding is now quiet right up to 70 - 80 mph. One negative though. They do tend to add to the "wind steer" I experience but I'll take clear vision any day over a little surfin the wind.
February 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hans Stops annoying turbulences
It does what I was hoping it would.
Turbulences from the upstream are significantly reduced.
And they look great if you like chrome, as I do.
Installation was easy, although the manual is misleading.
December 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pystov Great product...but...
First of all I want to say that the product was excellent. Was well made, as is all of Harley's chrome products. Harley has the best chrome parts available...period! The fork mounted wind deflectors also worked as well as I had hoped. Eased the wind buffering I would get from air coming up from under the windshield. But here's the problem. After I had them on the bike for a while, I didn't like the way they looked. Made my bike look like it had '70s side burns. I have since taken them off and given them to a friend who loves the way they look on his bike. To each their own I guess. An excellent product from an excellent company...just didn't care for the way it looked on my bike.
October 8, 2013