A couple of days I got around to installing Kuryakyn's "Rear Transmission Center Cover for Victory" (black, part # 7623), which I bought last month at Americade. Here's the link to Kuryakyn's page for this product: http://www.kuryakyn.com/products/468...n-center-cover
This is fairly easy to install, if a bit tedious. Everything lined up as intended, no problems, and the two pieces -- with mating tabs that are screwed together in the middle -- do a good job of cleaning up the area at the bottom of and to the rear of the back cylinder.
I scanned in the instructions, and put them up as a three-page PDF document on my web site, if you want to see in detail what's involved. The link to that, along with a few more pics and some comments, are in a sub-gallery I created, here: http://www.billanddot.com/Kuryakyn-T...r-for-Victory/
I'd give this product a 7 out of 10. I'd have rated it higher but I think it's priced $20 or $30 too high, it should've included black bolts for the black version (which is the one I bought, in order to de-emphasize that area, not bring attention to it), and I was annoyed at the instructions for not stating that the two stock bolts involved require a 5mm hex key (although, in all fairness, they did have a sticker on the Saran wrap that said, "please remove protective film").
BTW, if you get a chance, look at the equivalent area on the big Indians. It's bare, plain, nothing. Polaris cleaned up its act on the Chieftain, et al., in that regard, just as they eliminated the tacked-on nature of the cruise and audio switchgear, etc., when creating the Indians. So your putting on the Kury product is a step in that direction, too.