Does the SS Stealth come with quick release brackets so I can take it off when I'm not doing a long road trip?
I am actually VERY anti-windshield. To me, that's a lot of the enjoyment of motorcycling... The wind in your face. BUT, on some of the longer rides, especially interstate speeds, I'm starting to think it would be nice to cut it down a little. Makes for less neck pain on longer distances.I would guess it's not a quick release, but from what I know of these types of "universal" windshields, they usually go on and come off pretty easily. I don't actually have one yet, but it is on my list.
I'll have to do some more research.
Thanks 11.Hey Don- I think that works well with the Stryker. Nice Find!
That is possible. Keep in mind the forks on our Stryker are a little further apart than the Spirit. I never thought to measure the 2 but it’s probably ¼ inch or so. Meaning, the fork tube clamps are not facing forward at 90 degrees. They are tweaked in just a tad probably creating a slight stress. I’ve had the shield off a number of times and adjusted it numerous times and all seems good so far. I wish Memphis Shades would add our Stryker to their line up. DonHey Gunny, Now I wonder what other windshields are made for that 09 Honda Shadow Spirit. May open up a whole new window of ideas for our Stryker's.
At my age I am now down to 5'10" and it works for me. As Toby said it is fully adjustable in height and angle. I currently have it down on the headlight and looking over it. For touring it can be raised high enough to look through it. I think this medium size shield with its hardware is quite flexible and looks great on the Stryker.For those that have tried the MS Demon and MS Speed Demon ... how do you find it for wind deflection. I would only consider putting the windshield on for long our trips, but would like to know how effective you thought the windshields are. I am 6' 1".