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    Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    on: Jun 03, 2017, 08.05 pm
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    I went from the stock shield to the Cee Bailey's light gray sport shield.  At 5-9 it is still large enough for me to have to look through it at the highest setting.  Since my bike has been increasingly getting darker I ordered the dark shield to go along with it.  Here are the results.











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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    Reply #1 on: Jun 03, 2017, 10.04 pm
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    Looks nice, how is the wind and noise compared to the stock one?

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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    Reply #2 on: Jun 03, 2017, 11.53 pm
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    *Originally Posted by nervouswreck [+]
    Looks nice, how is the wind and noise compared to the stock one?

    I can get it in the quiet done by raising the height to eye level.  You get more air around the sides as it is not as wide in places.  Very nice in the summer and not detrimental into the 30's.   The key feature for me is since it is 2 inches lower at the lowest setting it flows significantly more air to my torso. At its highest setting I'm still looking through it.  I also prefer the shape at the top.  I did not care for the stock shield edges been higher than the middle

    This is a picture of my light gray shield over the stock shield. My newest dark gray shield is identical to this light gray one.



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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    Reply #3 on: Jun 04, 2017, 12.18 am
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    Thanks for the info Xsv.  I am not unhappy with the stock one but it never hurts to try something different.   It does look good on the black bike.

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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
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    Thanks for posting the picture of the sport windshield with the stock windshield. It gives an excellent comparison. I am looking to pick up a sport shield to use during the summer. How do you find the durability of the cee bailey windshield? I saw a video linked in a different thread comparing polycarbonate and acrylic showing acrylic is not as strong. But, they were using some large objects in the video.

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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    Reply #5 on: Jun 07, 2017, 05.40 am
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    Xsv, now you just need a "black beauty" exhaust from Trident and it'll be perfect. :152:
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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
    Reply #6 on: Jun 07, 2017, 06.03 am
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    *Originally Posted by Gar [+]
    Xsv, now you just need a "black beauty" exhaust from Trident and it'll be perfect. :152:


    Unfortunately, I got a great deal on the Remus and it sound so sweet now!!

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    Re: Cee Bailey's Dark Gray Sport Shield on Black Triumph
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    *Originally Posted by TrophyTed [+]
    Thanks for posting the picture of the sport windshield with the stock windshield. It gives an excellent comparison. I am looking to pick up a sport shield to use during the summer. How do you find the durability of the cee bailey windshield? I saw a video linked in a different thread comparing polycarbonate and acrylic showing acrylic is not as strong. But, they were using some large objects in the video.

    I have never had an issue with their shields.  I have had them on the Triumph and several years ago on my Concours.  The thickness on the cee bailey's appears more thick then the stock shield. Unfortunately, I am not at home where I can mic the difference.  Cee bailey's also makes aircraft windshields.  I feel pretty confident in their product :002: