Harley-Davidson Compact Deflector For Sportster Models

Sportster-Sport-DeflectorA stripped-down wind and bug protection for Harley-Davidson Sportster Models. Like a great bikini, the new Compact Sport Wind Deflector (P/N 57400184, $249.95) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories offers just enough coverage…

Shaped to smooth wind flow around the headlamp and handlebar mount gauges, this compact screen sits just above the headlamp and maintains the stripped-down, minimalist attitude of Dark Custom Harley-Davidson Sportster® models.

The dark polycarbonate screen is easy to install to the fork tubes with chrome-plated adjustable clamps. This kit includes all mounting hardware and fits all 2004-later Sportster models except the 2011-later 1200 Custom. At your dealer.

14 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Compact Deflector For Sportster Models”

  1. 1 Jeffersonian Nov 7th, 2013 at 10:11 am

    $249.95. Bwahahhahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaaha!
    Seriously. what’s the price?

  2. 2 Terence Tory Nov 7th, 2013 at 10:18 am

    Jeffersonian,you stole my thunder..25K for twenty bucks of plastic and two ten buck clamps?

  3. 3 richard Nov 7th, 2013 at 11:21 am

    “Shaped to smooth wind flow around the headlamp and handlebar mount gauges, this compact screen sits just above the headlamp”.

    While I am a Harley guy, you gotta wonder about this offering. $250. to keep the wind off the headlamp and handlebar mount gauges????? Are they cold?

  4. 4 Kirk Perry Nov 7th, 2013 at 11:26 am

    Actually the little wind-screen deflects quite a bit of direct wind, causing an unstable air mass, so that the wind around your head is more like riding in a convertible with the top down and the windows rolled up.

  5. 5 tommy Nov 7th, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    WTF?!?! I can see paying MAYBE $59.95, but 249??? What are they smokin? lol
    and then they wonder why these products dont sell. Idiots.

  6. 6 Shifter Nov 7th, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    It’s where you are all wrong. Almost all what Harley does sells very well.

  7. 7 BobS Nov 7th, 2013 at 1:27 pm

    Cause manly bikes need parts that are bikini like. And if you think 250 is bad you should see what high quality heels and handbags go for these days!

  8. 8 Woody's Nov 7th, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    Bob S, gotta find a girl that brings her own clothes 😉

  9. 9 Steve The Producer Johann Nov 7th, 2013 at 6:48 pm

    Let’s see a coffee can, small piece of plexiglass, high output hair dryer, drill with bits along with a couple of mounting brakets should do the trick. Oh yea and possibly a hand held jig saw.

    Great weekend project for the DIY crowd. You could even build it using color matching plexi-glass which would match up with paint on your ride.

  10. 10 Seymour Nov 7th, 2013 at 7:43 pm

    are you kidding at that price I’ll buy a couple of ’em. and I don’t even have a sportster

  11. 11 Patrick Gaffney Nov 7th, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    Is mounting hardware sold seperately and is this
    an American made product or Asian, or India????.

  12. 12 tim Nov 8th, 2013 at 7:28 am

    Wow HD where did you get that Idea? oh yeah National Cycle! NC has a better looking screen for $155 (page 49 of 2013 BC catalog) unless you NEED to pay an extra $100 dollars for the HD name. is that what it satnds for HD? Hunner Dollars?

  13. 13 tommy Nov 8th, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    Shifter…. it’s where you’re wrong. They MAY sell some, but no where near what they would sell if the price wasn’t from another galaxy. sheesh.

  14. 14 Kirk Perry Nov 10th, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    It would be Great! 🙂 if Harley made half-moon foot boards for 2007-up Sportsters.

    The 2013, 1200xlcustom ships with “pavement (curb) feelers” studs screwed-into the bottom of the foot pegs, at the ends, to let the rider know by feel of dragging metal, when his/her tip-angle is approaching beyond recovery. The pegs can be removed once you learn how the machine handles. The studs are removable, but I’m not implying they were “training wheels”. I have forward controls and mini-apes. I like the dominating set-up.

    There’s room for a modified half-moon design foot board supports. The forward-pegs can flip-up, because at the end of the foot peg boss, the foot peg blade fit’s into a vertical slot. That takes care of the new foot board’s front mount. Remove the peg and have foot boards that flip-up when parked and covered. Just-like-the-peg-Sportster.

    Needs two (R&L) screw-hole jigs:
    For the left-rear foot board (cast) support “bracket”, there’s an unused, 1″ round boss welded to the frame with a rubber cover over it, (in front of the big inspection cover’s plumb line). Tap that unused frame-boss for a male-threaded, gimballed “bracket” receiver.

    For the right-rear, the cast bracket has to reach between the exhaust system (plumb-line below the “points” inspection cover), and an existing oblong boss welded to the frame that has two 5/16 plugs (looks like the forward controls boss welded to a knuck or pan).
    It’s all there ….. go look… albeit, the 2014 Sportster1200cp’s have a different exhaust system – and I don’t know if they still have the 2″ clearance between the cam cover, exhaust, and frame boss even? But there is something already factory-welded to the frames that might me usable.
    Foot boards would be nice. A rocker-shift option, with a shorter heel section than the toe section.

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