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post #1 of 69 Old 07-21-2014, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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I was checking out bikes at my local HD dealer and stumbled across a 500 Street with a National Cycle Deflector Screen on it. I think it looks good!
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Thanks @Merlin1027 where did you see this windscreen at?

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The Harley windscreen for the Street has the headlight cowl removed in the picture. I think this one looks better. Do you have a model number?

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I found this at Wild Fire H-D in Villa Park, IL. I think its the quick release Deflector Screen DX. The part number should be N2594 for the clear shield of N2595 for a light tint shield.
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I wrote the manufacturer and forwarded your picture. Thanks for the information, they should confirm it.

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Confirmed, I am going to order one today.
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Hello Pat,
The Deflector Screen in the photo is our Deflector Screen DX. The part numbers are N2594 $134.95 for a clear shield or N2595 $149.95 for a tinted shield.
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Confirmed, I am going to order one today.
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Hello Pat,
The Deflector Screen in the photo is our Deflector Screen DX. The part numbers are N2594 $134.95 for a clear shield or N2595 $149.95 for a tinted shield.
Have you bought this windshield? How is the wind blast after 60mph?
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Have you bought this windshield? How is the wind blast after 60mph?
I have no experience with any other windscreen. People describe being fatiqued with the wind hitting their chest at 60. I was out this weekend and the ride at 60 was perfect. I am happy with my purchase.

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I have no experience with any other windscreen. People describe being fatiqued with the wind hitting their chest at 60. I was out this weekend and the ride at 60 was perfect. I am happy with my purchase.
Thanks, I find the wind blast on Street 750 on higher side compared to other motorcycles. Harley windshield seems quite big and non-aerodynamic.
One more thing, have you removed the front cowl?
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Thanks, I find the wind blast on Street 750 on higher side compared to other motorcycles. Harley windshield seems quite big and non-aerodynamic.
One more thing, have you removed the front cowl?
I did not want to remove it and this windscreen allows it to stay. The Harley windscreen requires removal. Check out the pictures I posted.
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