On the cutting edge in design and style, the Direct Mount F-Series Fairings are available in different styles and heights. Direct Mount means the fairing mounts directly to the bike without any additional brackets, uprights or arm extensions. No other structural mounting brackets are needed! You get a clean, uncluttered look on the front end of your bike, and installation is a breeze.
All Mounting Hardware included
Made from FMR coated Lexan Polycarbonate, which is 35 times stronger than acrylic plastic
3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty against breakage
The F-Series™ F-16, a bit tamer in styling than it’s F-18 counterpart. It is also made from Lexan FMR, which is 35X stronger than acrylic plastic.
Choose the F-16 Tour, light tint only, for greater wind protection on those long sport-touring rides in the country. Or, get the F-16 Sport, dark tint only, for a still-naked, aggressive look.
Sport Dark Tint: 13.25 inches H x 10.25 inches W
Touring Light Tint: 13.25 inches H x 10.25 inches W
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I've been riding with this on my Ducati GT1000 for about a year now and it's been great. It deflects the air more towards the outer edges of my shoulders instead of hitting me right in the chest. If you lean down towards the bars you can barely feel any air at all. It's taken quite a few hits and doesn't have any marks or scratches on it.
It looks great, cleans easily with Plexis and does seem to help with wind deflection enough to more than justify the price.
OK for now - Hornet Rider VA
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: Looks, functionality
Cons: Durability questionable, flexes under load
OK, for starters, you may need an optional install kit, or you'll end up making your own brackets. Check this out before you order. Once on the bike, it looks great, and does a good job of directing the airflow to about mid helmet height. The reason I don't rate it higher, is due to the fact that the top part of the windscreen flexes a good bit at speed. I fear that after a while, it will develop stress cracks at the mount points. Even if it doesn't crack, seeing it flex doesn't really inspire confidence in the product. I would rather it have support brackets that attach to the handlebar, than to see it flex under load I'm talking 60 - 70 mph, nothing extreme, yet. Perhaps the shorter, dark tinted version is more rigid