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    Default Sancho's Wings.

    I just put my Sancho's wings on the RG. There made to eliminate the wind coming from the side of the fairing that hits me in my face. There not adjustable like the ones on the EG but I think I'm going to like them. So for 40 bucks and a 5 min install time plus great customer service on the phone I'm already happy.

    O and here are some pitchers. not my bike but these will do since I just put them on at 1 am.






    Barely noticeable and the reviews say they help reduce a ton of wind.
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    Verdict after install?
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    It looks good on there. very easy install just haven't road with them yet since it was pouring when I left for work at 430
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    Yeah right... let us know.

    Have you looked at the deflectors for above the crash bar / below your tripples?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Yeah right... let us know.

    Have you looked at the deflectors for above the crash bar / below your tripples?
    Ya i've looked into them but every one says this makes the most drastic difference. I was feeling around with my hands and most of the air from below comes right off the fairing and it is really dirty/buffeting air. the air over the stock shield is clean so I might not even want a tall shield but we'll see.
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    Am I the only one coming in thinking chicken ?

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    They look good Rug. How are they working out for yah?..... I went into BB's last week and bought a set as well for my SG fairing and it made a Huge improvement. Cut the buffeting to the chin by over half for sure!

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    Moe did you get the adjustable ones?

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    Not adjustable G-man......like Rug's. Not 100% diggin the look of these on the fairing, but they work great!

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    Yep cut down on the wind and no more buffeting feels like my old bike with out a shield. A lot of wind but its clean. Ill definitely thow a taller shield on for real long trips but these things did their job

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