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Swanee Aerofoil. Ugly as a sh!t sandwich, works marvelously.
No mods needed. Most bikes with round headlights the same windshield will fit regardless of brand, year or make. The shield is attached to the handle bars with brackets and same with the mounts on the forks.
I did it ... I just testrode the "Danny Solution". You still have some wind noise comming from the upper part of the windshieldBUT the buffeting is now completely gone. No headshaking even at high speed.My shield is in the most upright position and my "homemade Laminar Lip" is not mounted.For the first time I drove the CalVin at 130-140 km/h ... nothing! You can even drive w/o glasses wearing an open face helmet.You need HD OEM 58121-85B deflectors or replicas of that type.Thanks Danny (Ncdan) for this idea!
What should I say ... Yes I was an idiot. I wasn´t willing to drill the holes but I got hold of a pair of used holders as a backup and I wasn´t sure if I like the look.I must admit that I like the look and it fits to the design of the vintage.I have used curved stainless steal washers with neoprene rubber and nylon washers to mount the deflectors (refer to the photos).
Not true for my bike. The replacement PF3 didn't fit around the turn signals and other controls. I forced it on and bent the plastic. But it did work. I decided to take it off and modify it for a better fit when I dropped it and broke in two. I replaced it with the PF2 (the next smaller one) and it buffeted terribly. I was able to reposition it and made acceptable. There is thread here about that.If I knew the Honda Shadow model PF3 fit my bike, I would've ordered that one.
Right sized and placed lowers can make a world of difference for any "tombstone" shield!!
I first used a large Rifle screen and after that I used a Wixom fairing.The Wixom made my CalVin the most stable at high speed.geometry math symbols
It wasn't a California Sport windshield, it was a California - Sport Windshield. I bought it 'used' off fleabay and had always thought it was OEM Guzzi.G
I would like to chime in and say that I installed the HD / Replica's Wind Deflectors on my Calvin today. Ordered them from Lion Parts.com - a couple of days ago, and they were delivered this AM. $75. Did not have any issues or surprises on the install. Raining today, and have a ride planned for tomorrow. Let you know how they work, with the original windshield. Thank You Dan
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