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I had posted a couple of months ago about recommendations and got the general Memphis Shades etc that just doesn't do it for me. I ran across this yesterday and spoke with them. They will paint to match. Bout $575 shipped.

https://dead-center-cycles-precision...ges/speedfreak

I 'm sort of liking it. The VH will not work on my instrument cluster. My model Roadster had dual gauges and no way are they going away. I think it should work and be functional as well as you get to squeezing into the throttle.
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You could also check "Rifle" fairings, they paint match as well.
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You could also check "Rifle" fairings, they paint match as well.
Rifle has 6 month lead Paul. Yes I checked them out before I found Dead Center. Good looking stuff. Sort of want this project over for now and ride. I want some wind deflection off of me but don't like the wind playing with the front end. She gets a little scary for an old dude like me at 90+. Plus that big ole Moco clamp on windshield looks like crap and just gets the front end weird with a gust of wind.

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I had the Dart Marlin flyscreen on the Moto Guzzi V7II and Honda CB1100.
Did a good job taking wind off chest and face.
Some bugs got past on shoulders, but not much

Do not think the taller Marlin is available for Sporties

https://www.dartflyscreens.com/colle...n-xl-sportster
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I had the Dart Marlin flyscreen on the Moto Guzzi V7II and Honda CB1100.
Did a good job taking wind off chest and face.
Some bugs got past on shoulders, but not much

Do not think the taller Marlin is available for Sporties

https://www.dartflyscreens.com/colle...n-xl-sportster
Nope. Will not fit Roadster per the website. The 2 gauges are back again creating the issue.
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I have a Dart flyscreen on my 2005 Roadster, bought it used off of ebay. I used standoffs to hold the screen away from the bracket to fit with both gauges. I know where to stick my finger in to reset the tripometer. It looks good and makes a difference when on the highway. Keeps wind of off chest, not the head.
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Which model? I switched from the HD big screen to the Memphis shades and never looked back. For being so small it deflects better,even with out lowers.

Fits with drag bars perfectly.
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