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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 8th, 2014, 2:46 pm Thread Starter
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Thumbs up wind deflectors

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Does anyone know the name of the wind deflector thingy's that look like ears that attach to the upper fairing ?

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Hi
Does anyone know the name of the wind deflector thingy's that look like ears that attach to the upper fairing ?

cheers
Aeroflow AeroGuards. I have them they are great! Takes all the buffeting off your shoulders/arms, making highway riding so much better. Hot in Summer. Increase sensitivity to side winds and 18-wheelers though.

Here is a link to the website.

http://www.aeroflowscreens.com/K1300...T06K1200GT.htm

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It's either the aero guards or the smaller ones that Wunderlich makes .http://www.wunderlich.de/shop/en/wun...laps-4676.html

verholen might make a set also

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 9th, 2014, 3:02 pm Thread Starter
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Excellent
Thanks very much guys

just swapped the R1200RT for the K1300 and need to improve the wind protection

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I use the smoke aeroguards and they are better than the wunderlich models.

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