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Thread: ***DK Custom Products Introduces Cooling Deflector Wings for Touring / Trike Models**

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    Default ***DK Custom Products Introduces Cooling Deflector Wings for Touring / Trike Models**

    COOLING DEFLECTOR WINGS

    FITS HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOURING & TRIKE MODELS 1999*-UP

    Re-Directs Air Onto the Engine for Better Cooling







    Reduces Rider & Passenger Buffeting
    E-Z BOLT-ON INSTALL - DOES NOT REQUIRE REMOVAL OF TANK










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    I just ordered a set. I'll let you know what I think of them after using the for a bit.

    Update:
    And 2 1/2 hours later it's in the mail!
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    Put them on today (once again, props to DK for yet another fast shipment ), With the way the instructions are written (no pics for us slow folk), I think it's on correctly. I was in the process of adding a receiver hitch (making a flag mount for parades & Vet escorts) as well when I stopped for the night, so test-drive will tell tomorrow. Looks good, constructed well, but the vent wings touch at full-lock. I tried adjusting, without success, but it's no big deal as the vent wings move before the metal on the CDW's does, and I am rarely at full lock. Pics below. Very happy overall

    Directions said to use the "centered hole" When installing with a tank lift...I reckon it's this one
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    End result. I thought they would sit "flatter" (more level), but this was how they fit the best, and the reviews have been good, so I'm good with it (2 views)
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    Default Air deflectors

    Baker makes a much better deflector set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmf View Post
    Baker makes a much better deflector set!
    Have you used the DK deflector kit??????? No?

    How can you know that someone else makes something better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinger608 View Post
    Have you used the DK deflector kit??????? No?

    How can you know that someone else makes something better?
    What he said...
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    Removed itsmf's post above and two others on other threads then banned him. Hijack troll posts like this should be reported as this one was.

    Edit: Actually I am undeleting his last 3 posts so it will explain why itsmf has been banned. It's not just due to the post above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmf View Post
    Baker makes a much better deflector set!
    Quote Originally Posted by stinger608 View Post
    Have you used the DK deflector kit??????? No?

    How can you know that someone else makes something better?
    I have tried the Baker set (actually, I only did because they were on my old bike when purchased), and I much prefer DK's set.

    But alas...looking through itsmf's other posts, he just resembles the typical air spewage from an asshole....all stink, no substance.
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    DK Kevin, will they work in conjunction with your tree baffle, and tree fangs installed? In other words can you use all three together ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1dn5up View Post
    DK Kevin, will they work in conjunction with your tree baffle, and tree fangs installed? In other words can you use all three together ?
    They will work with a tree baffle and fork fangs. However, we do not recommend you run either of those during warm weather. They block air going to the engine to cool it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor View Post
    Put them on today (once again, props to DK for yet another fast shipment ), With the way the instructions are written (no pics for us slow folk), I think it's on correctly. I was in the process of adding a receiver hitch (making a flag mount for parades & Vet escorts) as well when I stopped for the night, so test-drive will tell tomorrow. Looks good, constructed well, but the vent wings touch at full-lock. I tried adjusting, without success, but it's no big deal as the vent wings move before the metal on the CDW's does, and I am rarely at full lock. Pics below. Very happy overall

    Directions said to use the "centered hole" When installing with a tank lift...I reckon it's this one
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    End result. I thought they would sit "flatter" (more level), but this was how they fit the best, and the reviews have been good, so I'm good with it (2 views)
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    The reason for them being at that angle is to catch a lot more air and push it onto the engine to cool it down.

    Thanks for the kind words.

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