Fairing / Windshield Options for 2000 Road King

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by HDROYLT, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. HDROYLT

    HDROYLT Member

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    I have recently become the proud ownwer of a 2000 RK and am looking for recommendations on a Fairing or windshield options. I just took a recent ride with my local dealers group and have determined that I would like to dress my bike with something that is not only good looking but functional as well. I am 6'2" and the standard windshield almost seemed to create more turbulence on my helmet than I would have suspected. Any thoughts or recommendations welcome. I have enclosed a pic of my bike as well. Thanks in advance.
     

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  2. weve

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    I had a 1997 Road King and I put a detatchable fairing on it made by Dragon Fly cycle concepts and I loved it I painted it to match and it looked great. The nice thing about it was if you wanted to ride without it it only took a few minutes to take it off and go back to just the windsheild It also gives the bike a different look plus great protection from the wind
     
  3. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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  4. Big Dan

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    You might also take a look at Woody's Fairings. He builds a real nice unit at a reasonable cost.
     
  5. HDROYLT

    HDROYLT Member

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    Thanks !!!
     
  6. King Dawg

    King Dawg Member

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    If you don't want a radio you can get a Memhis Shades detachable batwing fairing for less than $300.00. I have one on my Road king.
     
  7. RibEye

    RibEye Junior Member Contributor

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    I can show a couple pics of mine if you want.

    Enjoy,
    Rich P
     
  8. HD chic

    HD chic Banned

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    I had my Dragonfly fairing four years now and really enjoy it.
     

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  9. alegalsolution

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    You can always take your stock windshield to a plastics shop and they will cut it down for you for about $15. I know of a couple riders that have had this done. It does seem to cut down the wind quite a bit and looks better than the stock shield.

    I would ride without the shield because I like the look, but I live in So Cal and the climate here is usually quite nice. Good luck with your choice.