The Fairings we sell Batwing, Bullet and Cafe are Clear Lexan that have been
painted by the Manufacture "Gloss Black" in the INSIDE of the Fairing so it looks
Black on the outside.
This is perfect for a Riding Season if you want a Gloss Black Fairing, as your
Fairing will get road rash, rocks, dust, bugs and debris hitting it all Riding
So at the end of the season you can get it painted or do it before and your done.
The Roadster and One Shot Fairings are ABS Plastic and come a dull black but
can be painted to match your bike.
We get these questions all the time, so we have some answers for you!
The ideal height for a windshield is just below your line of vision. This means the
top edge of the windshield should be somewhere between your nose and your adam's
apple, whatever you are more comfortable with.
We can give you general guidelines for the best windshield height based upon your
height, but keep in mind its your height from your waist up and even the length of
your arms that determines what size you may need.
Some people prefer to look through a windshield and we do not have a problem with
it, but many people wear glasses and use a faceshield. Looking through glasses
(especially sunglasses), a face shield and a windshield may affect visibility. Add
some rain and it may be a problem looking through the shield.
We try to give you comparative heights to help in determining the correct height to
select. A good method to measure for the correct windshield height is to use a wood
yardstick taped to the headlight or have another person hold the yardstick for you.
If the windshield measurement from us is a length measurement, take into account the
angle of the windshield. Sit on the bike, look straight ahead and determine the
height of your line of vision. You can then calculate the ideal windshield height
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