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Set of 4 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
Set of 4 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
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Harley Davidson Light Visors V-Twin Gold Wings
Harley Davidson Light Visors V-Twin Gold Wings
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Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 3"
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V-T Petcock Wing Type Chrome for Harley-Davidsons
V-T Petcock Wing Type Chrome for Harley-Davidsons
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Harley 44475-99 V-wing Caliper Insert 2000-up
Harley 44475-99 V-wing Caliper Insert 2000-up
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Boyesen Power X-Wing Harley-Davidson V-ROD (VRSC models) 2002-2010
Boyesen Power X-Wing Harley-Davidson V-ROD (VRSC models) 2002-2010
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NOS OEM Harley V-Wing Gas Cap Medallion New fits 88 and newer 99675-97
NOS OEM Harley V-Wing Gas Cap Medallion New fits 88 and newer 99675-97
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NOS OEM Harley V-wing Brake Caliper Trim Insert New 1 3/8" 99673-97
NOS OEM Harley V-wing Brake Caliper Trim Insert New 1 3/8" 99673-97
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34780-98 harley davidson transmission end cover V-wing (chrome and gold)
34780-98 harley davidson transmission end cover V-wing (chrome and gold)
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Harley-Davidson® V-Wing Collection Fuel Cap Medallion - Multi-fit
Harley-Davidson® V-Wing Collection Fuel Cap Medallion - Multi-fit
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Harley-Davidson  V-Wing Derby Cover # 25388-97 3 hole ,'70-'98 models
Harley-Davidson V-Wing Derby Cover # 25388-97 3 hole ,'70-'98 models
   $40.00
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Winged Skull Horn Cover.DYNA,ULTRA ,SOFTAIL,ROAD KING, V-ROD, HARLEY
Winged Skull Horn Cover.DYNA,ULTRA ,SOFTAIL,ROAD KING, V-ROD, HARLEY
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V-TWIN HARLEY-DAVIDSON BRASS WINGS LIVE TO RIDE SISSY BAR INSERT 42-0018
V-TWIN HARLEY-DAVIDSON BRASS WINGS LIVE TO RIDE SISSY BAR INSERT 42-0018
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Harley Davidson V-Wing Derby Cover # 25389-97
Harley Davidson V-Wing Derby Cover # 25389-97
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Harley Davidson low v wing derby cover sportster hugger  XL 1200 883    25389-97
Harley Davidson low v wing derby cover sportster hugger XL 1200 883 25389-97
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NEW Wing Style Foot Peg Foot Rest Chrome Footpeg Set Harley Davidson V-Rod L
NEW Wing Style Foot Peg Foot Rest Chrome Footpeg Set Harley Davidson V-Rod L
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Kuryakyn Swing Wing Footpegs Male Mount Chrome Harley-Davidson VRSCX V-Rod 2007
Kuryakyn Swing Wing Footpegs Male Mount Chrome Harley-Davidson VRSCX V-Rod 2007
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Harley-Davidson V-Wing Air Cleaner Insert  - Sportster Models 1983 And Later
Harley-Davidson V-Wing Air Cleaner Insert - Sportster Models 1983 And Later
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Harley Davidson V-Wing Brake Caliper Trim Part # 99674-97
Harley Davidson V-Wing Brake Caliper Trim Part # 99674-97
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NOS OEM Harley-Davidson V-WING Brake Caliper Trim p/n 99674-97 1-3/4"Diameter
NOS OEM Harley-Davidson V-WING Brake Caliper Trim p/n 99674-97 1-3/4"Diameter
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Harley chrome gold V logo winged five hole Twin Cam primary derby clutch cover
Harley chrome gold V logo winged five hole Twin Cam primary derby clutch cover
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ear protection

*ans10 said: I love my Icon helmet fits me great, light enough for me.. but what I really don't like about it is that it doesn't provide very good sound dampening wind and exhaust. After about a hour or so ride when I take off my helmet I have that feeling in my head like I got back from the club or live band that (whawhawha) feeling.. you know what I'm talking about. :heyyou: I have tried regular ear plugs wile riding but can not stand them in my ears never mind the constant rubbing on the interior of the helmet... So what I am looking to see is what you all do about ear protection wile riding.. also what is the quietest helmet you have had. For me it would be my first HJC streetfighter

TMY10*R said: most of the agv's or arai's i've had have been pretty quiet. all helmets will let in some wind noise BUT i think the key is getting a lid that fits your head just right. they sell a membrane that goes around the bottom of any helmet that will cut out ALOT of noise but some like them and some don't. some lids come with chin curtains to do the same thing. i wear earphones almost everywhere i go so i never reall deal with windnoise.

RPG76 said: 3M the best I've used.

YB L*gal said: ear plugs. or buy a better helmet. shoeis are quiet, more so than the arai. i have an rx-7, not quiet, but flows air like a convertable. ear plugs for me, never looked back.

2000750 said: I find that almost anyone that attempts to make the switch to riding with ear plugs resists at first. They bother them and too much attention is dedicated to something in your ear. Personally I would say try a few different kinds if you like and you might find one that is more comfortable than another which will help. However whatever plug you try...I say stick with it. It makes a HUGE difference. I'm a loud exhaust guy and love the sound the bike makes, but the wind noise is TERRIBLE! After years of riding with whatever random plugs I had, I finally had a custom set made while at WSBK at Miller last year. I paid about $80 and they are will worth it. Obviously you don't have to go custom though. I know I still feel my custom plugs more in my AGV lid than I do in my Arai. However once I get going, they don't bother me in either lid.

J*stEr Moore said: bandana over the ears is good enough to cut the wind noise for me... i ride with an icon mainframe (3 years old) but i have just over 20% hearing loss form work and metal concerts (tested as of 2 years ago)

*r10r said: I use Moldex Sparkpluggs. They have an NRR 33 rating and there very comfy.

tw*dget said: http://www.vater.com/products/product.cfm?M=287 They let through the normal frequencies with some attenuation and stomp the others pretty flat.

P*op said: http://www.otcsuperbuys.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6&products_id=43

2T*ll2Ride said: I buy the cheap value-pack ear plugs from Home Depot... they seem to work well, and you can just pitch them once they get greasy. Key is to get them set in your ear right. I roll them up tight, then wet my ear a little bit and they slide right in. That's what she said.

P*nther Man said: They never bother me. I was aware of them the first few times I used them at first, but eventually you forget they're there all together. I love me my ear plugs... unless of course if someone tries to talk to me at a light. :badteeth: Oh and I have an ICON Airframe helmet.

SRT10 Cr*sher said: Arai helmet and 3M foam ear plugs here. I wished someone would have told me sooner about protecting my hearing, I've lost 50% in both ears and now wear hearing aids.

F*sh_ZX-10 said: I have a question for those of you that have worn and still wear ear plugs... Here is my scenario.. I have a SCALA Rider Q2 (bluetooth headset) setup on my helmet... Do you think that it is possible for me to block the wind noise using the ear plugs, and still hear the headset?

P*nther Man said: I have a question for those of you that have worn and still wear ear plugs... Here is my scenario.. I have a SCALA Rider Q2 (bluetooth headset) setup on my helmet... Do you think that it is possible for me to block the wind noise using the ear plugs, and still hear the headset? Nope. Not possible.

F*sh_ZX-10 said: Nope. Not possible. I was a afraid of that... On my groups long rides (or any rides for that matter) I am usually in the front... I use the headset to talk to the guy bringing up the rear in case we get separated. I am pretty aware of the amount of wind noise that I take on, and I would definitely like to do something about it... sounds like I might be needing to look into a quieter helmet.

F*sh_ZX-10 said: most of the agv's or arai's i've had have been pretty quiet. all helmets will let in some wind noise BUT i think the key is getting a lid that fits your head just right. they sell a membrane that goes around the bottom of any helmet that will cut out ALOT of noise but some like them and some don't. some lids come with chin curtains to do the same thing. i wear earphones almost everywhere i go so i never reall deal with windnoise. Is there anyone here that uses one of these membranes for the bottom of the helmet?

P*nther Man said: I was a afraid of that... On my groups long rides (or any rides for that matter) I am usually in the front... I use the headset to talk to the guy bringing up the rear in case we get separated. I am pretty aware of the amount of wind noise that I take on, and I would definitely like to do something about it... sounds like I might be needing to look into a quieter helmet. The only thing I can think of is if you use 1 ear plug on the exhaust side and have the bluetooth on the other ear. You will still have wind noise on that side though which kind of defeats the purpose.

2000750 said: I was a afraid of that... On my groups long rides (or any rides for that matter) I am usually in the front... I use the headset to talk to the guy bringing up the rear in case we get separated. I am pretty aware of the amount of wind noise that I take on, and I would definitely like to do something about it... sounds like I might be needing to look into a quieter helmet. If you're bluetooth setup allows you to use a 3.5mm headphone jack you can have custom plugs made with earphones built in. But they are the more expensive option. Probably the only thing that will allow you to do both though.

s*ida said: I have a scorpion helmet and use the "membrane". It's basically just an insert that goes into the bottom of the helmet. It does help a bit on the wind/noise but I don't feel that it is a drastic change. I know they are expensive, but I went to a motorcycle show and had the custom made earplugs made. These also have the speakers built in so I can use them with my iPOD when riding. They cost around 300 but they KILL the noise. All I usually hear is the sweet sound of my exhaust. When I'm riding at the track I still use the earplugs, I just don't plug them into anything and use them as earplugs only.

r*fa said: I wear those right here "Pura Fit" i get them for free from work, they are NRR 33 rating, and they are Kawi Green... doesnt get any better

br*wn said: You guys sure are fancy. When I forget my cheap, expandible plugs I use the filters off of my smoked Marlboro Lights.:lol:

tjbr*wder said: I have a question for those of you that have worn and still wear ear plugs... Here is my scenario.. I have a SCALA Rider Q2 (bluetooth headset) setup on my helmet... Do you think that it is possible for me to block the wind noise using the ear plugs, and still hear the headset? When my wife and I are on my BMW GS, when both have ear plugs in. We have SCALA Rider headsets on our helmets (bluetooth) and have never had an issue hearing each other. Just turn up the volume on the headset to the max level.

*verkillZX10R said: Honestly, wearing ear plugs to cut down on the wind noise never occured to me :crackup: I just delt with it. Might have to try that this spring.

r*fa said: Honestly, wearing ear plugs to cut down on the wind noise never occured to me :crackup: I just delt with it. Might have to try that this spring. You have no idea how much better it is, specially on highway trips.

g-w*ll said: I think it makes it easier to hear your motor and were you are in the RPM range with the plugs in. Riding with plugs definitely makes riding more pleasurable.

*ans10 said: liking these http://earplugstore.stores.yahoo.net/surefire-earpro-sonic-defenders-ear-plugs-ep3.html and these http://www.thegunfever.com/RADCEP002B.html these ones make me wonder if they are going to rub on the inside of the helmet

Sl*westrider said: 16 db reduction is still loud. The normal foam type reduce around 30 db. I used that type at work and riding for years. I had a custom made a while back but end up prefer the cheap foam earplugs.