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Default Cee Flectors from Ceebaileys, for XC/XR with Forged Bars

So the good folks at CeeBaileys have popped out yet another product for us. Wind deflectors for the XC/XR forged bars. $280 for a set.

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For more pics and info, see their website: http://www.ceebaileys.com/victory/vi..._flectors.html.

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Interesting. I just picked up a windscreen from them for my XR. PITA lining up the windshield brackets to the drilled holes but it looks good.

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I must admit, with the winter coming, I am tempted to get a set.

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I must admit, with the winter coming, I am tempted to get a set.
One must be prepared for those frigid SoCal winters. Don't forget to put the tire chains in the trunk.

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What running lights are those down there with the reflectors? And, where are those mounted?

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One must be prepared for those frigid SoCal winters. Don't forget to put the tire chains in the trunk.
Hahaha... Indeed! Well, it does get cold, especially on early mornings from November to February. And while the windshield does an excellent job to protect my body, my legs don't fare as well.

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What running lights are those down there with the reflectors? And, where are those mounted?
Not sure, but they seem to be fork mounted. There are some threads already started on lights. Here's a good one to read on: https://www.victoryforums.com/showthread.php?t=5354&.

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Wonder if that affects the ride in any way.

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Wonder if that affects the ride in any way.
Yeah it does. It makes your legs and lower body more comfortable. Seriously, they have no effect otherwise.

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Are the saying there is a winter and summer version and if so I wonder what the difference is. I can't tell a difference other than the color. Maybe that's all they are talking about.

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Are the saying there is a winter and summer version and if so I wonder what the difference is. I can't tell a difference other than the color. Maybe that's all they are talking about.
That is the only difference. Once is translucent, the other's opaque. I like the translucent look, but I like how the opaque hide the supports so they're not visible from the front.

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