Managing Wind. Kuryakyn Lower Triple Tree Wind Deflectors For Indian And Victory Models.

Some custom parts, if not sexy, are quite effective at improving your riding comfort. Managing wind is the objective of these Kuryakyn Lower Tree  Deflectors.

They redirect downward wind and water passing through the forks and noticeably reduce noise levels, moisture and turbulent upward airflow between the tank and fairing.

These Triple Tree Wind Deflectors are durable stamped steel, mount discreetly to the lower tree beneath the fairing for a clean look that’s hardly noticeable. There is a reason why these are a hit with the Harley-Davidson® crowd and continue to be a top seller for Kuryakyn since their introduction in 2009. They flat-out work!

Now available for 14-’17 Indian Chieftains & Roadmasters and ’10-’17 Victory Cross Country, Cross Country Tour, Magnum & ’10-’14 Cross Roads Models, MSRP $49.95 in chrome for Indian and chrome or satin black for Victory. Kuryakyn Wind Deflectors.

5 Responses to “Managing Wind. Kuryakyn Lower Triple Tree Wind Deflectors For Indian And Victory Models.”

  1. 1 BILL Jan 13th, 2017 at 2:25 pm

    Great timing… Polaris announces the end of Victory and the consumer confidence in Indian is sure to suffer because of it.

  2. 2 Kurt Emerson Jan 13th, 2017 at 3:17 pm

    I think you are wrong. The decision to stop Victory doesn’t mean bad bikes. Indian is not going to suffer, quite the opposite. Indian is going to benefit.

  3. 3 BILL Jan 13th, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    Kurt, that line of thinking is exactly why most people in the industry did not see this coming, 20 years is a long time to beat a dead horse. The bikes themselves are/were great… Including the Indian line. From a purely stat and logic based perspective if you were looking for an American cruiser there was not a better brand on the market. The thing the industry missed is this, people don’t buy motorcycles in this country for the reason they do in others… They buy them completely based on emotion. If it was based solely on logic Harley-Davidson would not own 30% of the market.

  4. 4 calif phil Jan 14th, 2017 at 9:23 am

    That same shield from Kury- Akyn for Electraglides is half that price, looks like a nice product that will benefit Victory/Indian riders,

  5. 5 Sam Jan 15th, 2017 at 3:49 pm

    For some years Harley-Davidson assembled new bikes with this type of deflector. They stopped supplying it as stock and made it an accessory. A number of knowledgeable folk felt the deflector might rob the engine of cooling air flow.
    During the “spring cleaning” of my first Ultra the idea of removing various wind blocking parts one at a time and doing a little road test of my own came to mind. I worked through the lowers, the fairing deflectors, and even the windshield itself. Each and everyone of those items do an admirable job and as a whole make for a more pleasant time on the highway. The lower triple tree deflector made a surprising difference but due to the fact that engine heat was more of a concern at the time…I removed it. Some are modifying a deflector that attaches to the front crash guard to close the space just below the fairing edge on a Road Glide to work with the Electra Glide fairing. I Would really be interested to know the actual effect/affect these “comfort” devices have on us and our motorcycles. Are we overheating engines to protect ourselves from heat felt? Do all the sails, wings, and things change the handling
    and /or cause the engine to work harder and produce even more heat?

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