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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-23-2014, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Default Removed Fairing Wind Vents

I decided I would "black out" the wind vents on the fairing of my '13 XCT. I have used black out lens tint on my reflectors and decided I would use this on my wind vents. Didn't work. The lens tint "fish eyed" real bad so I cleaned them off and will try window tint film to darken the wind vents. In the mean time I have taken the wind vents off and screwed the torque screws back into the fairing. They seem to tighten ok. I think I can leave the wind vents off for the summer months, they really only help in the winter. Looks cool with out the vents on the fairing. Some day I will post pics. Ride Safe, Godspeed.

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You mean the clear ones along the bottom of the fairing. They're barely noticeable but work perfectly. Why not just rotate them open all the way to flow more air onto you in the warmer months?

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