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Windscreen and mirrors look great. Especially the windscreen. Often times I think windscreen are ugly, but this one isn't so bad. Where did you get the windscreen from?
 

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National Cycle, Deflector Screen DX. The part numbers are N2594 $134.95 for a clear shield or N2595 $149.95 for a tinted shield.

I am looking for saddle bags next.

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Second on the windscreen, it flows so well with the little speed screen. I'm personally more into a bikini look but this is not half bad!
 

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National Cycle, Deflector Screen DX. The part numbers are N2594 $134.95 for a clear shield or N2595 $149.95 for a tinted shield.

I am looking for saddle bags next.

Pat
thats not too bad I would have went for the clear instead of tint as well.

Did the Powerport come with a mount or did you have to get one seperately?
 

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EKLIPES EK1-110B Black Cobra Ultimate Motorcycle USB Charging System, bought it on amazon $23.76. Came with everything needed to mount and connect to the battery. There is a BMW connector also that you can use to Jump start the bike.

The bike comes with a trickle charger connector. You may also want this for long periods where you do not run your bike. Black & Decker BM3B 6V and 12V Battery Charger / Maintainer $19.99 on amazon.
 

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I added the mirror extensions, blind spot mirors, powerport with 12V and USB (for my GPS), windscreen, and luggage rack.


Looking very good.


Do you get much wind coming from in between the fairing and the windshield?
 

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thats not too bad I would have went for the clear instead of tint as well.


I would say that comes down to personal preference because technically you're supposed to be looking over the windshield when riding. It really is about blocking the wind to reduce riding fatique (and to keep the bugs off you jacket - LOL).
 

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I have moved the angle and changed it up several times. What I have seems to work for me. I am sure there is some air moving through the gap. The harley windscreen requires you to remove the headlight cowling which I did not want to do.
 

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I would say that comes down to personal preference because technically you're supposed to be looking over the windshield when riding. It really is about blocking the wind to reduce riding fatique (and to keep the bugs off you jacket - LOL).
The installation I have allows me to look over the windscreen, blocks the wind and I am not picking bugs off my clothes. I guess it is doing the job.
 

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I have moved the angle and changed it up several times. What I have seems to work for me. I am sure there is some air moving through the gap. The harley windscreen requires you to remove the headlight cowling which I did not want to do.

I wish I had seen this early this week, I put the Harley windscreen on my bike and now my bike is just ugly to me without the fairing. Going to have to figure out something cause I do not like the look of it now.
 

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Hi,

The Mirror extension and blind spot is good. I'm planning to go for it. What's the make and did you buy it online?

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Ganesh
 

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Hi,

The Mirror extension and blind spot is good. I'm planning to go for it. What's the make and did you buy it online?

Regards,
Ganesh
Black Mirror Extension Kit-56000042 from Harley. You will need to purchase a bolt to attach and make a spacer for the length of the mirror thread. Several pictures on the forum of people doing it differently. This kit is meant for a different bike.

2 Pcs Silver Tone Auto Convex Glasses 1.5" Rear View Blind Spot Mirror
by Amico Price: $5.91 amazon prime.
 

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Black Mirror Extension Kit-56000042 from Harley. You will need to purchase a bolt to attach and make a spacer for the length of the mirror thread. Several pictures on the forum of people doing it differently. This kit is meant for a different bike.

2 Pcs Silver Tone Auto Convex Glasses 1.5" Rear View Blind Spot Mirror
by Amico Price: $5.91 amazon prime.
How about posting some pictures?
 

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I wish I had seen this early this week, I put the Harley windscreen on my bike and now my bike is just ugly to me without the fairing. Going to have to figure out something cause I do not like the look of it now.
I can already imagine how that looks, definitely not a nice sight, or at least not as nice as it could be.
 

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Black Mirror Extension Kit-56000042 from Harley. You will need to purchase a bolt to attach and make a spacer for the length of the mirror thread. Several pictures on the forum of people doing it differently. This kit is meant for a different bike.

2 Pcs Silver Tone Auto Convex Glasses 1.5" Rear View Blind Spot Mirror
by Amico Price: $5.91 amazon prime.


Just a quick note because yesterday I measured the mirrors on my Street and compared them to my Sportster. The outside dimension on the Street is 27" and on the Sportster it's 32". As we all know we have virtually no mirror visability of the lane we're in behind us on the Street and even the Sportster has limited visability but it's a lot better than the Street. The 5" (2.5" on each side) does make a difference.


There is no difference related to seeing the lanes to our left or right with either motorcycle which is what's really important from a safety standpoint.
 
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