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You would prob be better off doing a whole front end. The new fairing is way different.
The inner and outer is different, the radio, gauges and wiring is different.Cheaper to trade your 1012 on a 2014!!
I'd rather put the old style on a '14. I dont like having that air slot right where I like to have my windshield bag.
I just realized, I should probably clarify. What I am referring to is the front batwing retro fit only for less buffeting. Not changing the inner or gauges or boom screen, nothing else but the front part. To change it all electrical components and such would definitely be cheaper to get a 2014 model.
I've never noticed my batwing bikes buffeting, is it from running too short a windshield or what?
I think so there's no buffeting when your nearly directly in the wind at my 6 0 hieght as it just blows. I don't have any fairings on 2 other bikes but I dress for wind on those. I have about 6 different windsheilds I have played with and the 8 inch clockwerks is the least buffeting but still does. I think it is the air from the top corners wrapping around to hit the side of your head in essence. So with a short windshield the top corners are lower and the buffeting may be occurring on you shoulders instead of your ears.
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