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cransell


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posted May 26, 2008 10:39 AM        
Any 6' 4"+ riders with a ceebaileys windshield?C14

I heard this is the brand to buy, but I'm six four and curious if any tall riders have a cee baileys windshield. The ulta tall domed or euro cut tall. 5" or 7" taller than stock hmm? Im not trying to be ripped directly in the face with loud ass buffet on the long haul after buying one of these, I'd rather just rough it with the stock oem if these aren't worth it. Thanks fellas
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nswenson


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posted May 26, 2008 02:14 PM        
I'm 6'4" and have the cee baileys ultra tour. Works well for me. If you put it all the way up its pretty quiet, no buffetting. Normally I just ride with it all the way down unless its windy or cold. Another shield you might consider is the V-stream. It's poly carbonate and has a nice shape to it. I've heard good things about it.

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Nathan
San Francisco, CA
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DrewHerc130


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posted October 23, 2008 12:14 PM        
Nathan,
Do you feel much negative pressure with the ultra?
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WAXON


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posted October 24, 2008 01:12 PM        
best thing ive ever done
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nswenson


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posted October 30, 2008 06:33 AM        
quote:
Nathan,
Do you feel much negative pressure with the ultra?


I hardly ride with it all the way up, but I think there is a little bit a negative pressure. It's difficult to tell since you are already in a forward lean on the Concours14 with the stock bar height which gives the feeling of falling forward when there's no wind pressure to hold you up. Anyway, I like the shield for the winter months. Riding with it 1/3 to 1/2 up gives decent coverage of legs, hands, and torso. I especially notice the different on my upper thighs and crotch area. The stock shield seems to funnel a lot of air over your legs somehow.

Nathan
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San Francisco, CA
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whaler


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posted August 14, 2011 09:51 AM        
Any updates? Additional input?
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freebird6


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posted September 25, 2011 11:44 AM        
I have the tall CB Ultra dome. traded out the stock and have never looked back. No negative pressure. Rarely have to run it all the way up. At its lowest it is taller than the stocker at its highest. A little torqueing and twisting in very strong X winds when it is raised all the way.

Would never go back to the stock. Did d alot of research and PM'a before I chose the CB over Cal Sci etc.
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Danny c


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posted September 26, 2011 09:33 AM        
I have a V-Stream. I am six feet and ride with an air hawk pad, which makes me sit up higher. Not much negative pressure. Very good when it is cold. I put the stock one on in the summer. To hot with the V-Stream.
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SteveWFL


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posted October 02, 2011 12:25 PM        
6'2"..... Ultra tour is AWESOME
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