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Has anyone got these on there XC and if so how did they effect the buffeting ?
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I had them on my 2010 XC and had oversized Lexan on them, also had the forged bars. Ran a 11" 7Jurock windshield. I had very little buffeting.

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I also had them on my 2010 Cross Country along with a 11" windshield and I also had very little buffeting with them. To me they were worth the price for the help that they provided.

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Get the Goody Lowers they look awesome and do a great job at blocking the wind.

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I'm sure they work and maybe it's just me but those things are butt ugly there has to be a better way.

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There is also the Fairing Air Deflectors that Victory sells. I had them added on my 2013 Cross Country and they did help in cutting down on buffeting.

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I have the victory fairing wind deflectors and I think they do a great job with the buffeting.

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Has anyone got these on there XC and if so how did they effect the buffeting ?
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I ran them on my XC for a while. They did just fine. I still run them on the Kingpin.

I used the Memphis Shades clamps ($6x.00) and the plexi was made by someone who was making sets for $25 at the time.
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I would prefer these but the cost of shipping and AUS to US dollar make them to expensive .


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There is also the Fairing Air Deflectors that Victory sells. I had them added on my 2013 Cross Country and they did help in cutting down on buffeting.
I can not use these as mine has the forged bars

Thanks for the feedback
I might have to just bite the bullet and get some
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I would prefer these but the cost of shipping and AUS to US dollar make them to expensive .

I can not use these as mine has the forged bars

Thanks for the feedback
I might have to just bite the bullet and get some
Another option to save a lot of money is to buy the MS brackets. Once you have them you can use them to drill the holes or have a plexiglass fabricator drill and cut them out for you.

They end up like this but you can have them clear if you wish.

As you can see; they work with the forged bars as well.

Here is most of a template if you wanted to make some like these.


Memphis Shades of course has some to fit their brackets but they are kinda short for this purpose I think. They will work somewhat in a pinch though. Been there done that.
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