Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

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Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  Dennman on Fri Apr 03, 2015 3:41 pm

Got the deflectors mounted to my spare Pan nacelle.

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Pic of where Pan part would be:
The bracket that the stock deflector mounts to is not used w/ the batwing.I left the mount hole for that bracket on my new deflectors just in case I ever run just the windshield again.



Had to do a little extra trimmin to the right side deflector to get it to fit along the nacelle.Hope the nacelle castings on the Weerier are close to the contours of my spare set.
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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  kootenai on Fri Apr 03, 2015 4:25 pm

that's cool den,nice work!! id like to believe the moco kept them contours exact,,,,,,,,,,,,they are pre jap/bangladish manufacturing.............. What a Face
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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  sunnydog on Fri Apr 03, 2015 4:57 pm

Oh ho ho...now that's some exacting work...not bad for a Shovelrider lmao Twisted Evil
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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  Dennman on Fri Apr 03, 2015 7:16 pm

kootenai wrote:that's cool den,nice work!! id like to believe the moco kept them contours exact,,,,,,,,,,,,they are pre jap/bangladish manufacturing.............. What a Face
The extra trimmin was probably needed due to a slight difference of the bends orientation on the two deflectors..
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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  Dennman on Fri Apr 03, 2015 7:27 pm

sunnydog wrote:Oh ho ho...now that's some exacting work...not bad for a Shovelrider lmao Twisted Evil

A little more "exacting work " was needed to get the right deflector into position between the fairing and nacelle.Traced the profile of modified right deflector onto the left deflector before I bolted it in place.
Hopefully the left one will fit right in after the modifying needed on the right one..
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Final Mounting

Post  Dennman on Sun Apr 05, 2015 4:54 pm

Both deflectors mounted after a little modification of the edge on the fairing side.

More pointed than in previous pics.



Right side:
  Still a tad long at the front.To be cut back when I take the fairing off again.I want the fairing to sit a little closer to the headlight rim.



Left Side:

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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  sunnydog on Mon Apr 06, 2015 12:17 am

okay now it's makin more sense, seein them fit under the batwing...you got a putty of some sort along the edges right up against nacelle?
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Re: Deflectors Ready for The Weerier!

Post  Dennman on Mon Apr 06, 2015 12:46 am

sunnydog wrote:okay now it's makin more sense, seein them fit under the batwing...you got a putty of some sort along the edges right up against nacelle?

There's clear slit aquarium tubing along the nacelle side an some black rubber window edgeing along the fairing side.Hopefully it'll dampen any vibration and contact noise.
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