Smooth Flow Windscreen

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Dustodust, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. Dustodust

    Dustodust Long timer

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    just popped out another new baby
    this one is real clean
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  2. Dustodust

    Dustodust Long timer

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    got another one done
    I sold the last one I'll sell this one for $220 shipped
    took this picture a few minutes ago , youll get the one pictured

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  3. rapiti

    rapiti IOR Veteran

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    I would like to purchase your windscreen.

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  4. Dustodust

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    sold that one and another
    thanks, I will get more out asap but I am working a regular job too
    it takes me aboiut three days each
    I replied to the email and PM


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  5. Dustodust

    Dustodust Long timer

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    Sorry for taking so long Kip still working on that one for you

    thanks for your patience
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  6. Dustodust

    Dustodust Long timer

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    I had a few structurally correct,, four layers of carbon/epoxy

    they had some cosmetic flaws on the face
    I finished them with finish polyester

    Glorious Gloss Black

    I put them up in the Flea Market section
    http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=19610386#post19610386
    Buy one and help me make it to production level

    your neck will thank you
    and so will your ears

    vacuum bagged epox and 2x2 twill

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  7. Dustodust

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    Got the UV coating sorted
    now working on more casting
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  8. Pete640

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    Your finishing them with polyester what? paint or gelcoat?
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  9. catalina38

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    Got a chance to use mine yesterday, excellent at highway speeds and better visibility off road. :clap:clap:clap
    Looks good on the bike as well, I never liked the look of cut down standard shields.
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  10. elron

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    Any chance you've got any pics for us?
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  11. TCal

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    After fearing decapitation all day yesterday on the whoops out to the Husky Monument, I got jealous of Catalina's and ordered the Moose Shorty for $55 from Rocky Mountain.
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  12. catalina38

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    Here is an action packed parking lot shot :lol3 Note the lack of scratches, it looked a little more used by the end of the day.

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  13. Dustodust

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    after months of failures and successes , research and fabricating , consulting with experts, stacks of expensive wasted experimental parts, I finally perfected the mold process and finally have a perfect part for my bike , not patched and topcoated like previously, I finally have the real deal , Infusion molded with UV protective resin
    decided to sell some of these to recoup my investment of making the perfect windscreen for my bike

    hopefully i wont get banned for spamming but I wanted to report that I finally finished successfully what I began here and wont continue to post about it because it violates the forum rules, once I sell some I become a "vendor" and not just a hobbiest showing off my craft

    I started a thread over at "Vendors" and hope to sell a few to recoup some of my materials and R&D costs since I have an infusion mold now, may as well put it to good use
    http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=844817

    this was so difficult and frustrating , Im glad its finally done
    got the ispiration on this thread to learn how to do vacuum infusiom
    hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars later , I have a rubber top infusion mold and a perfect part on my bike
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  14. Off Road Ryder

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    Looks Great!! Good work:clap
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  15. spider65

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    The windshield looks great! :clap
    Do you have any pics from the cockpit side! Is there enough place for a navi on the cockpit-top?
    Will you ship to Europe?
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  16. Dustodust

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    here is a quick unflattering photograph I just took of the cockpit side
    it is a sport style fairing not rally style which is why the windflow is so drastically improved
    it is safer riding off road also without that guillotine in your face
    not much instrument room only 4" from top of dash , 45 degree angle speeds up the air instead of creating drag

    I dont mind shipping to Europe , I have had no problems so far
    just did Finland and Australia recently

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  17. Dustodust

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    did you guys go in to the Husky the back way up the sand wash that comes in from the south ?

    I love railing that sandwash at high speed , its freaking awesome on a 950 , I like when it narrows down into the trail ,
    not many people know about how to find that way in
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  18. catalina38

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    That sand wash is the funnest way to the Husky on a big bike:clap:clap:clap
    The windshield is working out great BTW.
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  19. Airhead 203

    Airhead 203 Lost in space

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    Just received mine today. Beautiful piece of work,perfect fit can't wait to try it out .Maybe this weekend .:clap Thanks, Dave
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  20. R&R4adv

    R&R4adv Been here awhile

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    Recieved mine all the way down under, looks great on the bike and does reduce the buffeting over the stock screen very happy with mine.
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