Easy to mount, looks good, fit as I wanted it to from what I saw on the web page. Breaks wind better than the old one which was close to same design.
National Cycle Plexifairing 3 Windshield
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The Plexifairing 3 features extended hand and leg protection to make riding more comfortable. A protective gasket is closely fit around the headlight opening. The Plexifairing 3 also features QuickSet hardware, designed for riders who enjoy the advantages of wind protection, but appreciate the luxury of leaving the fairing home when desired. A wide range of fitments are available for specific models to assure a superior fit. Available for most motorcycles.
- High impact acrylic.
- DOT approved.
- A traditional favorite for the serious rider who demands full protection from wind, weather and debris, the Plexifairing 3 features both hand and extended leg protection to make riding more comfortable.
- Designed to fit specific models to provide a superior fit.
- No-Hole Ballsocket, QuickSet System; all hardware included.
Acrylic: Includes brand names such as ICI Lucite and Acrylite. Acrylic is known for its crystal clarity that stands the test of time with UV stabilization that prevents yellowing. Many years ago, during the development of the clear fairing, National Cycle found that ordinary drill mounting methods caused stress cracks and eventual breakage of acrylic shields. That's why they developed and use their patented No-Hole Ballsocket system on all of their acrylic products.
QuickSet Hardware: This patented hardware is designed for durability, ease of installation and hassle-free removal. Permits 10-second windshield removal, and fairing removal in under one minute. The QuickSet system incorporates the No-Hole Ballsocket.
I've purchsed 4 of these over the years for various bikes. Sounds like a lot...but I put them through a lot. Only flaw I've ever found is after about 3 years in the desert sun, they get a little briittle. They've gotten a bit pricey ($30 increase over 10 years) but you still won't find a better value for the money.