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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.
National Cycle Sales <[email protected]>
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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.
National Cycle Sales <[email protected]>
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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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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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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.
If you're ever going to order a windscreen from them let me know maybe we can get a discount if we order two together.:nerd:
 

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Just ordered the DX version with light tint. Be aware there is a non DX model for $10 less. The non DX with light tint is part number N2591, and the DX with light tint is part number N2595. I ordered direct from the manufacturer. Amazon shows these, bit there are different kits depending on your bar diameter, and the fitment check says none of them will fit my bike. The price was pretty close anyway, and the manufacturer offers free shipping. This is exactly what I was looking for. I did not want to remove the cowl either. Thanks for posting this!!
 

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Just ordered the DX version with light tint. Be aware there is a non DX model for $10 less. The non DX with light tint is part number N2591, and the DX with light tint is part number N2595. I ordered direct from the manufacturer. Amazon shows these, bit there are different kits depending on your bar diameter, and the fitment check says none of them will fit my bike. The price was pretty close anyway, and the manufacturer offers free shipping. This is exactly what I was looking for. I did not want to remove the cowl either. Thanks for posting this!!
As per their website, they have 4 models for street 750 - 2590/91/94/95
2590/91 - has clamps for both 7/8 and 1 inch
2594/94 - fits only 7/8 inch and is quick release type.
It fits very well on the cowl.
 

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Pat Lave - thanks for the tip. Any chance you did a video of the install? Can you let me know how it was to install, and was it the removable version? Thanks for any other info
 

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Pat Lave - thanks for the tip. Any chance you did a video of the install? Can you let me know how it was to install, and was it the removable version? Thanks for any other info
No video, easy to instal, easy to remove and leave brackets on the handle bars.
 

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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.
The fatigue really does set in after a long day of riding on road trips. For short day-rides it's not a problem. A windscreen does provide a significant reduction in how tired you are after a long day in the saddle. I will also note that you don't need to be doing 60 mph as the air pressure against your upper body at even lower speeds will eventually wear you out. These windscreens are relatively small by many standards but they are still effective in cutting down on fatique.
 

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Installed the National Cycle DX tinted screen last night. It looks amazing. Just right for the bike. I have not ridden the bike with the new screen yet, but will this weekend. The install is fun and straightforward, just take your time. There are lots of parts. The hardest part of the install is getting everything symmetrical before tightening down everything. One tip: The clamps that go on the handlebars are thick, I had to snip the wire ties on both sides to move the wiring that runs along the bars out of the way. Once the install was finished, I used 2 black wire ties to tidy things back up. I must say this a beautiful kit, well engineered.
 
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