Honda VTX C / R / S 1800 & 1300 Fairing Batwing
with (4) Marine Waterproof Speakers and Pioneer Radio/CD Head Unit
COMPLETE KIT INCLUDES:
FAIRING WITH QUAD 5" WATERPROOF SPEAKERS AND RADIO/CD INCLUDED (iPod Hookup/Sirius Ready)
NUTS AND BOLTS TO PUT THE FAIRING TOGETHER.
This part clamps to fork tubes between the triple trees; will not work with Spec 2 or 3-type chrome fork tube covers.
This part ships in a primer. It can be installed like that or it can be sanded and painted.
*** YOUR BIKE MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH HARDWARE TO ACCEPT NORMAL WINDSHIELD IN ORDER TO ACCEPT THIS FAIRING. WE ONLY PROVIDE THE HARDWARE TO ATTACH THIS FAIRING TO YOUR ORIGINAL HARDWARE. YOU MAY HAVE TO REMOVE/ADJUST ACCESSORIES, CLUSTERS, NACELLES, FAIRINGS, WINDSHIELDS, OR BRACKETS TO INSTALL PROPERLY.
****Please note this part may take up to a week to ship out if not in stock.
Fits: Honda VTX C / R / S 1800 & 1300
You will need to sand, prep, prime & paint before installing.
WE RECOMMEND SEEING A PROFESSIONAL FOR INSTALLATION. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE INSTRUCTIONS!
Installation Guidelines for VTX 1300
Honda VTX 1300 R & S models:
The R & S model fork tubes between the triple trees are covered with sheet metal shrouds that have to be removed for the fairing installation. This entails you to remove the top tree to slide the shrouds off the tubes, which should be done according to your shop manual. After you have removed the shrouds, the fairing can be installed on the bare fork tubes with the use of PVC pipe spacers. The spacers are needed because the inverted forks on the 1800 model (which the fairing is a custom fit to) are a larger diameter than the 1300 model. Without the spacers the mounting clamps would crush the fiberglass fairing.
Honda VTX 1300 C model:
The C model fork tubes needs only the spacers to physically mate up the fairing, but there is a interference problem with the turn signals. They have to be removed from the fork tubes to allow the fairing to be mounted. If relocated below the lower tree they may interfere with the front suspension travel, so we don't recommend that. Custom turn signals are suggested.