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Memphis Shades offers the El Paso, which has a smooth design sure to complement the looks of your machine. With a sportier appearance than the Memphis series of shields, the Sportshields still afford lots of protection and look great while doing it. The El Paso has classic American styling and Lucite acrylic construction for excellent optics and durability.
Fits all round headlights
Measures approximately 20" wide and available in four custom heights: 13", 15", 17", and 19"
Available in seven gradient translucent colors as well as Solar Tint (a light tint with 72% visible light transmission)
Made of Lucite for excellent clarity and weather-resistance
Trigger-Lock mounting kit is required to install this Sportshield (sold separately)
Edgy. Sharp. Awesome.
Put the 15" El Paso gradient black windshield on my 2009 Victory Vegas 8 Ball. It fits perfect with the recommended hardware. It's meant to be removable, but it does require a little attention if you're going to be installing and uninstalling it. I am 5'11" and am easily looking above the windshield. Deters the wind from my chest but still feeling breeze in the heaf and face. The look is dope. The gradient black hides the windshield at the base, then as it fades to clear, it has this way of really complimenting the look of my 8 Ball. Happy with the buy.
September 30, 2015
Great windscreen for the price
This is a great product from a well-established company in a very decent price bracket. I personally installed this 15" Memphis Shades El Paso on my '14 Yamaha Bolt (in conjunction with "Memphis Shades Metric Sportshield Trigger-Lock Mount Kit For Yamaha Bolt 2014") and it works great.
The only challenge is installing this and the trigger lock mount by yourself. A second pair of hands is really nice to have when you're making sure your installing the mounts on the forks perfectly even.
Now I've heard of people having buffeting issues at high speeds with this, but it all depends on placement, the height of the windscreen and your height. With the 15" windscreen, down as far as it goes and me with the short stature of 5'6" it works quite well. If you're taller you may want a larger model - 17 or 19 inches.
All in all it's a great product that helps reduce being pounded by wind on the highway for those long trips and if you have a buddy helping the installation isn't bad.
June 29, 2015
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Guy R: Recommendation from Yamaha Bolt forumSep 12, 2015
Seth H: Looks great and needed something to block the wind while driving on the highway to/from workMay 3, 2015
A shopper asked:had the el paso mounted on my 06 VTX1300R love it , but its at bottom chin level, last bike 98 shadow 1100 had same shield at nose tip. should I expect to feel a significant difference in buffeting, or will it be in my mind. I know you make 13 and 15 in. this is a 17in, maybe mounted low, not sure. Whats your opinion. Or will this be an insignificant change? Thanks, GeorgeApr 16, 2015
Mark L:I had the 17 in on my 1200 sportster and now have 19 in and it has really improved the amount of buffeting so in my opionon it can make a huge difference. Beauty of Memphis Shades. Can ise different shields with same hardware. ThanksApr 16, 2015
MICHAEL V:When it comes to ordering the proper height - you must order the shield that will top off just below your line of vision (eyesight). On rainy/wet days - your vision through the shield is impaired, therefore you must be able to see over it. Sit on your bike and have a friend (my wife in my case) hold a ruler vertically over your headlamp. Leave about an inch for clearance between the lamp and the windscreen and then look to see which height (measurement) is about an inch below your natural line-of-sight.
That's about as perfect you can get (if you're looking for the tallest screen/most wind deflection) you can ride with.
I'm 6'1" and I have a 19" screen (the tallest they make) - happens to work out perfectly for me - I love mine. * I have a completely different bike - but the principles are the same.
MICHAEL V:Like Mark said... (I also have a Sportster 1200) and the 19" shield yields about zero buffeting. Today I wear a 1/2 helmet with a visor and have no problems with buffeting. Long ago I wore a Shoei RF-800 and that thing seemed to DEFY buffeting altogether...Apr 17, 2015