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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-18-2015, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone. Thank you for having us! Wanted to introduce you all to our new V-Curve shield for the Victory Cross Country and Cross Country Tour. These things are great. Made from the highest grade FMR Lexan Polycarbonate with a glass hard coating on both sides. This is the same stuff they use to make bullet-proof glass! No joke. These are available in 8-16" sizes so you're sure to get the correct size for you. Designed with our Re-Curve that pushes air up and over the rider heads so you can see over the shield and be protected as if you were looking over it. Check them out on our site.

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looks like a klock werks or a 7jurock

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ordered an 8". Holes don't line up very well. Will need to make them bigger so I can screw the stock screws in all the way. Screen works very well, just disappointed they have not addressed the fitment issues.
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looks like a klock werks or a 7jurock
It may look like a Klock Werks but performs much much better. It does have a sharper re-curve which does a much better job at routing the air over the rider and passenger while making the ride quieter. I had the Klock Werks and both me and my wife (passenger) hated it. The LRS is so much better. Its like night and day. I have the Klock Werks if you want it. You can have it for free. LOL

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Just got one in. Let's see how it does once it's on.
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It may look like a Klock Werks but performs much much better. It does have a sharper re-curve which does a much better job at routing the air over the rider and passenger while making the ride quieter. I had the Klock Werks and both me and my wife (passenger) hated it. The LRS is so much better. Its like night and day. I have the Klock Werks if you want it. You can have it for free. LOL
I will take that clockwerks....the one i have is too short.

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I will take that clockwerks....the one i have is too short.
I'll send it to you if your serious. You pay postage and handling.
It is an 11 inch I believe.

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I am definitely serious.

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Feels real good compared to the tiny stocker. Can hear the stereo a lot better at 75-80 (kicker speakers, no amp). Still some mild buffeting at the higher highway speeds (85-95) but it's a motorcycle. No fit issues but you do have that distortion mid point all flip WS have. Didn't really bother me as I look over it.
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I'll send it to you if your serious. You pay postage and handling.
It is an 11 inch I believe.
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