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|31-Jan-2019 04:49 PM (951)|
|60Aviator||I have the Aeroflow Hand Flare & Aeroguards and they work great. I did have the https://www.rs-motorcyclesolutions.com/ Maxi guards but they didn't stop the wind that would try to lift my helmet off at high speeds.|
|31-Jan-2019 02:24 PM (850)|
I've had the Wunderich Side Deflectors on my 2014 1200GSW for the past 3 years.
Quality is superb, look great on the bike and keeps the elements off of your upper body.
I never have bug guts on my jacket.
It does however, deflect more wind onto your thighs because of the way the deflector is flared downward at the rear.
Great in warm weather but not so great when it is cold.
I anticipated more air on my body when I came from a faired bike (Honda ST1300).
I purchased a warmNsafe heated pant liner with wind stop in it.
Solved my cold thigh issue when riding in colder weather.
|31-Jan-2019 12:46 PM (782)|
Originally Posted by Pterodactyl View Post
And, nevertheless, thanks for your reply!
|29-Jan-2019 07:55 PM (080)|
AeroFlow Corp. R1200GSW/GSWA Products
|29-Jan-2019 07:32 PM (064)|
SIDE Wind Deflectors
Looking for your experience and recommendations for SIDE wind deflectors, to mount on my 15 GS. I'm looking for the kind I believe are stock on a GSA, or something that extends the stock wind deflectors wider. Wunderlich sells a pair for $345, and Amazon lists them for $20. One is a good deal and the other is crap; but which is which?!
Thanks for your help!