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    Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing for Metric Applications
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    Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing for Metric Applications

    Feature clean aerodynamic shape

    The fairing body is 36-1/2" wide and 17" tall (excluding windshield and wind deflectors)

    Inner fairing structure is black textured ABS

    Fairing outer shell is opaque black Lucite with a class A finish that looks great as is, or can easily be painted

    Memphis Shades exclusive No-Tool Trigger-Lock mount kits (not included) feature a detach system that allows you to quickly and easily remove or install your fairing

    Trigger-Lock kits (not included) are a combination of CNC machined, black E-coated aluminum plates, gray polymer bushings and glass filled nylon latches for a clean appearance that's built to last

    Fairing is predrilled and fitted with push-out hole plugs for easy deflector installation

    Windshields are available in three heights and seven translucent colors

    Optional wind deflectors for increased downward flow

    NOTE: Batwing Fairing is not compatible with any other fairing windshields, wind deflectors or accessories

    Fits various Metric Applications including:

    Suzuki C90 Boulevard 2005-2009

    Suzuki C90T Boulevard 2005-2009

    Honda VTX 1300R (covered forks) 2003 - 2009

    Honda VTX 1300S (covered forks) 2003 - 2009

    Honda VTX 1300C (exposed forks) 2004 - 2008

    Honda VTX 1800 Covered Forks 2002 - 2008

    Honda VTX 1800 Exposed Forks 2002 - 2008

    Honda VT750 Shadow Aero 2004 2008

    Yamaha XVS1300 V Star 2007 - 2008

    Yamaha XV1600 Road Star 1999 - 2013

    Yamaha XV1700 Road Star 1999 - 2013

    Yamaha XV1900 Roadliner 2006 - 2013

    Yamaha Raider 2008 - 2013 Yamaha V Star 950 2009-2010




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