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05-21-2017 10:55 AM
Bill Mallman Good info guys! Can you share the source for these knee savers? Thanks!!
03-27-2017 06:41 AM
-mek- Does anyone have Honda upper wind deflectors? In freezing temperatures I got quite much cold wind to tights/crotch, do these wind deflector help?
04-20-2016 05:08 PM
Claudio Marinangeli Guys, since I am at it, do you also happen to have top air deflectors to show me, by any chance?

Thanks in advance!
04-20-2016 04:17 PM
Claudio Marinangeli Thank you guys! Those are actually better than any official picture I've found so far. Also, i am glad you say they work in hot weather (and, I'd say, when travelling fast on a highway). Good to know!
04-20-2016 07:13 AM
SkipD Its hard to make them out on the actual bike
04-20-2016 07:09 AM
SkipD This is about as good as it gets, they are rubbery plastic type things that glue and lock on with push through clips. You drill 3 holes in the fairing the holes are already marked on the inside of the fairing. They are very expensive for what they are but I think in hot weather they do work well. They just push the air past the knees and the bottom of your legs. I think if you were shorter you may not notice I am just over 1.9M and on warm days 35 deg C I thought it was getting uncomfortable when you were on the seat right up by the tank. I think if it had been hot 40+ it would have been very annoying, if you slide back along the seat its not so bad, it will depend on how you ride and how tall you are as to how much it impacts you.
04-19-2016 10:01 PM
Claudio Marinangeli
Lower air deflector

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone has a good picture of the lower air deflector. I just can't seem to find anyone on line that clearly shows what they look like when installed.

Thanks!

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