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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Default Best $500 i spent- Cee Bailey's!

If anyone wants to extend your riding season or make your bike more enjoyable to ride by hearing your radio and reducing fatigue from wind buffeting, you have to get the Cee Bailey Flectors and Windshield combo for your bike! I never knew how bad i had it riding my HD Street Glide and then my 2012 Cross Country until i took a chance on the Cee Bailey products, now i would never ride a bike again without these on it. I was worried that the Flectors and 15" high windshield would make my bike less sporty looking and more like a old fart's bike, but it did just the opposite. All my Harley Street Glide riding buddies love the look of my Victory and i don't plan on taking any of it off come next summer, other than putting the summer flectors on in place of the winter ones im using now. The only thing that gets blasted with wind now is my knee caps, but im only 5'10'' so i can stretch my legs out inside the forged bars up behind the Flectors and avoid almost any cold winds and feel the engine heat warm my legs. This is a must have product if you live in the mid west, if you are on the fence about them, pull the trigger and you'll never regret it! BTW, another benefit is i can hear my pipes so much better just like the radio.

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Cross Roads HID's, D&D exhaust, Vic Perf air filter, Cobra FI2000 tuner, Cee Bailey Flectors and Shield.
Traded my 2008 HD Street Glide for this bike!
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 09:20 PM
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I'm the same height. With the 15" shield installed, are you looking through the windshield or over it? Is there any glare off the tank?

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post #3 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-12-2012, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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If I would do it over I would have got a 14" instead of the 15". I do see over it but if I slouch I have to look thru it, however it is very clear. There is no glare that I have noticed.

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Cross Roads HID's, D&D exhaust, Vic Perf air filter, Cobra FI2000 tuner, Cee Bailey Flectors and Shield.
Traded my 2008 HD Street Glide for this bike!
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-12-2012, 09:55 PM
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I've been thinking about getting the Cee Flectors!
You don't happen to have a pic of your bike with
the Cee Flectors on do you??

BTW.....I'm a past SG rider myself!
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I bought the Cee Flectors also and they make a big difference for me also. Worth the money IMHO.
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Thanks for the pic Randy! They don't look bad at ALL!
I like that pinstripe job BTW!

I'm probably gonna have to get some. Let me get over writing a check for the bike first!
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Angry CeeFlectors on back order

Just as the weather cools down & we need to oder them, they show backorder till next year! Maybe they will be available just in time for the warmer spring weather?
It don't figure!!!!

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I have the same combo and you are absolutely correct when saying it's the best $500 youll spend, I have the 17" dark Dragon with the lowers and it works great

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I was worried about the looks and the negative effects they may have on handling, to my suprise it added to the looks of the bike and i don't feel any negative effects to the handling or mpg's. This is why i will use them even in the summer when it gets hot, they look like they should have been designed in there in the first place from the factory, well at least on the black bikes. I would've posted a pic, however i never have on here yet and i figured it would be a real PIA!

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Cross Roads HID's, D&D exhaust, Vic Perf air filter, Cobra FI2000 tuner, Cee Bailey Flectors and Shield.
Traded my 2008 HD Street Glide for this bike!
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