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CC Fairing Air Deflectors

Anyone have these air deflectors on their XC? If so, what are your opinions?

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I put them on when I put the hard lowers on.

They allow air flow control around the fairing. You can block air, or direct it up toward you.

If you have the forged bars, you can not use them. They interfere with full lock turning. If you have round bars, there's plenty of clearance.

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Check the clearance on the deflectors and your hard lowers mine must of came loose once and when I turned the bars the deflector scrapped the paint off my lowers, not happy. I only have about 1/8 inch clearance no matter how hard I move the lowers outbound.

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I should have mentioned that I have a 2013 XC with the round tip over bars.

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I replaced my forged bars with the traditional round bars, mainly to add the faring deflectors. They really do the trick IMHO. Very helpful in the rain when used with the soft lowers too!

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How about the winglets? for the forged bars, how are they?

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