WOW,,You have got to own stock! This windshield is flexs very badly. At 80 mph is has layed back over 8 inches! I didn't see ANY improvement at all in wind deflection.Jerry Roebke wrote:
makes this the most stable upright Lexan windsield I have ever tried to date and I have had a few in the past 49 years.
Dang Jerry you must have stock in the company. I tested this thing for 200 miles and even behind a pick-up on a back road it was flexing. On the interstate passing a 18 wheeler it was the worse flexing that I have seen in 37 years of riding. It gave very little if any more wind protection than the stock shield. The vent didn't fit, 1/4 in gap in the corners. Now the looks, it looks really cool on the bike. Oh well I guess we all have our opinions. Maybe I just got one from a bad batch and Cajun must have got one from a really bad batch!
My F4 +4 ships tomorrow.