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What is a good or even best windshield I can put on the bike? I'd like something like:

Klock Werks Flare Windshield For Harley Touring

but will fit in my Livewire.

Will I need to remove the stock fairing which gives no wind protection for the rider?

Thank you in advance. Mark
 

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Hello DH Nielsen,

Yes I have seen that thread which is very helpful. Your link came through just fine. Thank you.

However, I am hoping to find something more like a batwing fairing offering hand protection as well. The Klock Werks Flare Windshield For Harley Touring would be ideal, but Revzilla says it won't fit. Perhaps this wind tunnel design is available elsewhere? Check it out. Here are two links you might consider. Hope they come through OK.



All suggestions are welcome. Thank you again in advance.

Mark
 

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Hello DH Nielsen,

Yes I have seen that thread which is very helpful. Your link came through just fine. Thank you.

However, I am hoping to find something more like a batwing fairing offering hand protection as well. The Klock Werks Flare Windshield For Harley Touring would be ideal, but Revzilla says it won't fit. Perhaps this wind tunnel design is available elsewhere? Check it out. Here are two links you might consider. Hope they come through OK.



All suggestions are welcome. Thank you again in advance.

Mark
On my side, I've tested today this wind deflector :

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this part is a YAMO windshield extender, I was looking for a small shape and I ve choosen the small darke shape.

Only one ride, design ok, quality ok, effect nice, seems good but to be confirm, but vibration due to the road is not so good. Better to be fixed to the handlebar.
 

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I'm definitely interested in this as well - getting a decent windscreen and hard bags are deal breakers for me. I'm trying to decide on whether to trade up to a LiveWire from my Zero SR - but I have my Zero set up exactly like I want it now, and I want to know I can get there on the LW as well.
 

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I've also been very keen for a small screen that doesn't detract from the style/looks and have a great solution, courtesy of another local owner. The GSX1100 Katana screen! The style is just right imho, not too big not too small I have one on order and like my friend and will use a handlebar mounting kit to attach. He has his very upright for touring in this photo, Ill probably lay mine down for for a sportier more integrated look. Katana screens are variously available depending on your location, we all settled on a Welsh company (slipscreeens.co
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