Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing Spoiler Windshield 6.5 Inch, Smoke- For Batwing Fairing

Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing Spoiler Windshield 6.5 Inch, Smoke- For Batwing Fairing


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Note: Item is Windshield Only. Fairing Shown in Image Is Not Included

  • Designed to be looked over, the spoiler windshield diffuses the air stream effectively slowing the flow, without buffeting
  • Fits all Memphis Shades Batwing Fairings
  • Made of smoked lucite for optics and durability
  • Made in the USA
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Average Member Review: 3.57 (based on 7 reviews)
Would buy again: 43%

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(5 stars) reviewed on 09/22/13 by
(Hammer5) from , , US, for a 106 Victory Hammer wrote:

looks good!

Looks good, I have head buffeting, going to try the tinted fairing wind deflectors to resolve this.


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(3 stars) reviewed on 08/17/13 by
Lil_Stu (Lil_Stu) from Los Angeles, CA, US, for a 2002 1100 V-Star Classic wrote:

5' 2" and Buffeting Too!

I have the Batwing Fairing and this 6.5" Spoiler. I'm 5'2", the seat sits low, and I still get mild buffeting at 55mph and over. It's annoying while riding because nothing is clear because of my head vibrating, and I also sometimes wind up with a mild headache. I might try the 9" or just go with a standard windshield.

This one looks very cool, but it may not be practical for long or high speed rides. Waste of money.


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(3 stars) reviewed on 07/01/13 by
(pjarhead) from Woodbridge, VA, US, for a 2007 Black/flames 750 Shadow Spirit C2 wrote:

Good for local (read non-highway) trips

This review is for the 9" Ghost spoiler (attached photo is the 6" ghost).  I cannot find the 9" spoiler on CC to review so I'll do this here.

I'm 5' 9" and have a Mustang wide cruiser 1-up seat, which raised my riding position up and inch or so from the stock seat.  Using Kyle's video on how to determine appropriate windshied height, I would need a regular 12" shield with my current setup.  The spoiler comes at a max of 9", but I figured the 'spoiler effect" would compensate for the height difference, based on the schematic that shows a 5' 10" rider in a wind tunnel test. 

I did not get the same benefit, the spoiler makes the shield perform as a regular shield maybe an inch or so taller, but does not make up for the three inches.  At speeds below 55-60, I can rode without buffeting.  I have to be going 35mph or less to ride with my face shield or the chin bar from the modular helmet raised.  At 60-65mph, I get mild but tolerable buffeting, and over 65mph I need to be d...
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(3 stars) reviewed on 08/02/12 by
(jptunes) from Ellensburg, WA, US, for a 2009 Black 950 V-Star wrote:

I'm 5ft 6in with fairing all the way up on ajustments it has a little buffering but way better then 3' shield and i can see over it.unlike the next size up.
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(3 stars) reviewed on 07/09/12 by
Michael Studnicki (ms2185) from , CA, United States, for a 0 C50T Boulevard wrote:

Easy to install, the shield directs the wind right into my eyes. I'm 6 ft and at 70mph i need a taller shield. I did like the looks of the shield though.
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This accessory fits:

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Important Fitment Details:
Fits:
All Memphis Shades Batwing Fairings Only


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    Who has used this screen ?

    posted on 05/22/13 by
    Phillavery (Phillavery) from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    Can we hear from some one who has actually used this screen ? - Is it all it claims to be ? .....cheers



     
    posted on 05/25/13 by
    far254 from Adelaide, SA, AU, wrote:

    I have a Memphis Shades Batwing like this on my Vulcan 900 Phill, i ordered it with a 9" screen which didn't work to well so I got a 12" screen and it is the bees knees, like you 6 foot tall



    posted on 05/24/13 by
    Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    Well the 12 inch is exactly the right size for me (6 feet tall) but I was interested in the spoiler design and how effective it is ..... thanks guys

    I see that its supposed to fit a Harley - what's the significance here ?, its designed to fit a Memphis Shades fairing which is the same shape on any bike !



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    twardsmith from Melbourne, , AU, wrote:

    Just as an after thought I'd problably like my screen maybe an inch taller but it certainly isn't any real problem for me and it does reduce a lot of turbulence behind the fairing.



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    twardsmith from Melbourne, , AU, wrote:

    I've got the Klock Werks flared 6.5 in screen on my bike and I reckon it works as advertised . Mines on a MS batwing too. The original screen was the MS 9 in but I wanted to have the shorter tinted screen for summer,however since fiting it nearly 2 years ago I haven't changed it back so I guess it works smiley. Mines on a V Star 1300 and I'm 6'4". Hope this helps Phil



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    Excellent, see, I knew someone could help me, thankyou.
    I do have the 12 inch MS Batwing and was wondering if the deflector at the top improved the wind flow .... cheers



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    Keeper321 from York, PA, US, wrote:

    Phil one of my riding buddies either had this or one just like it on his Valkerie. He liked it. it was only a shell no radio set up or speakers but it did what he wanted it to do. I also know some other guys that have just the regular Memphis Shades windscreen and they like them and they appear to be made well. Sorry thats all I know about them.



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    So near - and yet so far ..........devastating, it's the story of my life ......



    posted on 05/23/13 by
    Polssken from Halmstad, , SE, wrote:

    That person moved to Pakistan Phil and didn´t give me the address.... :(



    posted on 05/22/13 by
    Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

    So you don't know someone, who knows someone, who knows someone, who used to have a neighbor that had a freind that had seen one ???



    posted on 05/22/13 by
    Polssken from Halmstad, , SE, wrote:

    Sorry can´t help you Phil...




    Measurement

    posted on 04/23/13 by
    pjarhead (pjarhead) from Woodbridge, VA, US, wrote:

    Memphis Shades offers three sizes, but I only see one here.  Also, how is the 6.5 inch measured?  From the Headlight like other shields, from the top of the fairing?  Straight up or at an angle?



     
    posted on 04/24/13 by
    pjarhead from Woodbridge, VA, US, wrote:

    Thanks! I was on the combination deal for my Shadow, and the only spoiler windshield that came up was the 6.5 inch. The video shows measuring the spoiler at an angle, but the Memphis Shades web site make it look like the measurement should be straight up (http://www.memphisshades.com/faqs/1-faqs/6-how-do-i-measure-the-windshie...). I'll take your word and use the angle. Thanks again!




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