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Memphis Shades Spoiler Windshields For Batwing Fairings
Memphis Shades used a specialized software called Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to evaluate air flow around 3-D shapes and analyzed hundreds of variations before prototypes were tested in real-world riding conditions. The unique flipped-up stance of the Spoiler Windshield was designed to deflect wind turbulence from the rider and to eliminate buffeting at highway speeds.
What does this mean for you? It means you can run a shorter Spoiler Windshield than you could if you used a regular, non-compound curved windshield. You can have a cool, sleek boulevard look with a low, tinted 'shield that still offers the same - or better - protection from the wind than a windshield several inches taller. The matching Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing Windshield Trim is also available separately.
Designed to be looked over without buffeting by diffusing the air stream
Available in three custom heights: 5", 6 1/2", and 9"
Smoke shields are a medium bronze tint with 30% visible light transmission
Solar shields are a light bronze tint with 72% visible light transmission
Ghost shields are a light black tint with 85% visible light transmission
Functional and stylish
Id recommend the spoiler over the traditional windshield, hands down. The shape of the spoiler windshield eliminates wind buffeting almost completely and compliments the aesthetics of the batwing very nicely.
April 13, 2015
I was running the 7 inch windscreen and it was fine. Some buffeting at freeway speeds with my half helmet, but my full face was terrible. Just installed the 9 inch spoiler and it is FANTASTIC with both helmets. This thing looks great and works perfect for me at 6'2. 2013 Raider, batwing with lowers, 9 inch spoiler = smiley face.
March 13, 2015
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May 6, 2014
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bradley g:I noticed a difference from the 5 inch to the 6 1/2 where the buffeting used to start at my eye level and make my glasses go crazy but now the buffeting hits the top of the helmet. I too am 5'8 but ride a 14 dyna low rider. I know the 9 would be perfect but if it's to big that I'm not sure.May 6, 2015
Phil P:a rule of thumb I always used was to keep something like that at about eye level. You can see down through the shield easily without interfering with your field of vision over the top and still get some wind deflection. This isn't windshield, but keeps the air off of you.May 6, 2015
A shopper asked:I'm looking to purchase a 9" Spoiler Windshield For Batwing Fairing. I have a 2007 Dyna Street Bob. With this type of windshield, with the passenger sitting a bit higher than, me will the passenger get any wind in her face or near the top of her helmet that may cause any problems?
Also, if this does not do what I ask , which windshield do you recommend?
I need at least the 9" tall windshield.Feb 2, 2015
Stu B:I'm not sure about how much or little the wind would hit your passenger. I purchased the 6 1/2 inch but I have drag bars atop of dog bones. I can say this: I can not only smoke while I ride but I can strike my lighter and hold a flame doing 30 mph down the road. I am more than impressed with the spoiler design both in functionality and aesthetics. I would imagine a taller spoiler would decrease the amount of wind even further, but I can't say for sure. Good luck!Feb 3, 2015