I finally got around to scanning some old pictures of mine and I came across these, of the once innovative Jacwal Superwedge fairing. I was getting ready to do a 6 month ride and realized protection from the elements was going to be crucial.So I decided to give the Jacwal a try. Little did I know it would be the most frustrating aftermarket experience of my life. It started with a 3 month back-order situation. Followed by possibly the worst instructions ever given out and an install time that took over 2 days because of poor R&D on the part of Jacwal Corp. Nothing fit correctly and because the top portion of the fairing turned with the bars the alignment procedure was a curse-word filled couple of days. This differed greatly to the usual frame mounted Vetter fairing of the day. While the looks were definitely controversial, the small width of the upper fairing did not provide enough protection from the elements. Unfortunately, reality set in and knowing that sooner or later I would drop the bike ( although I never did, despite the ice and snow I found in Texas) I decided I would never be able to repair anything or get parts if I was down. The lower section around the engine cases was way too vunerable along with the "bat" wings around the handlebars. So before I left,I switched to a more convential frame mounted, fiberglass Camber fairing which proved to be the right choice for the reliability I was looking for. To this day, I do not know where that fairing went. Probably to hell along with the short-lived Jacwal corporation.