Member Reviews for National Cycle Heavy Duty Windshield Wide Frame, Chopped- Various Cruiser Style Motorcycles

National Cycle Heavy Duty Windshield Wide Frame, Chopped- Various Cruiser Style Motorcycles

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Part Number: NC-N2270
MSRP: 219.95
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Average Customer Review: 4.31 (based on 107 reviews)

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(2 stars) reviewed on 10/15/03 by
caltrans (caltrans) from Los Angeles, CA, United States, for a 2008 Black Premium Tour 1500 Vulcan Classic wrote:

Don't like it. The two piece idea makes for too many parts, that're too hard to disassemble and clean. This windshield seems like it was designed 40 years ago for Harley's, and National spent about 2 minutes making it sort-of fit Kawasaki's line-up. When compared with Memphis Shades; No contest, National Cycle is a big loser.
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(2 stars) reviewed on 04/27/03 by
Ryan (AGOODHI) from San Jose, CA, United States, for a 1998 750 Shadow ACE wrote:

When I first pulled it out of the box, I definately thought it was going to be too short. However, after holding it up to the bike, the shield was just right, and looked good. Installation of the mounting bracket was not as easy as expected. On my ACE, you had to make sure (1) the flanges of the mounting brackets are perpendicular to the triple tree and (2) make sure that the two halves of the mounting bracket are perfectly aligned so that the long winshield bolts can pass thru easily. I learned this the hard way! Next, test fit the shield so that you can adjust the center piece of the shield. I recommend taking the shield off to tighten the bottom screws that hold the adjustable piece. The rest of the install should go fairly easy. With the shield at the highest setting, I get some head buffeting around 45 mph. I wanted to take the shield off because after riding for about 15 minutes, I ended up with a headache. Will look into getting some lowers.
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(2 stars) reviewed on 08/08/02 by
Boo (Boo1046) from Tiverton, RI, United States, for a 1999 1500 Intruder VL1500 LC wrote:

Shiel is alright, but the chrome on mounting brackets that are required at $100.00 have already started to yellow after 4 months.
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