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Detachable Fairing Freewheeler

Detachable Fairing for Harley Davidson Freewheeler Motorcycles

 Fits: 2014-Current

Made from Injection-Molded LPRTM Composite Parts with Stainless Steel Mounting Brackets formed and bolted to the inside of the fairing from top to bottom, provide unmatched strength with NO vibration.

The Basic Fairing ships FULLY ASSEMBLED with inner/outer shell black gelcoat finish (this fairing is designed to be painted), Polished Stainless Steel Full Length Mounting Brackets (for your model), 12-Volt Accessory Plug, Mounting Hardware & Fairing Locks. Also your choice of Windshield is also included.

  • One Set Stainless Steel Brackets
  • One 12-Volt Accessory Port
  • Two Speaker Grills
  • One Set Mounting Hardware: FLHR/C/S/SE
  • One Set Fairing Locks
  • Your choice of 4", 6", or 10" windshield

*Detachable Fairing Stereo and GPS Packages are optional

*Fairings are designed to be painted as they are a primer Gel Coat.

 

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Sours: https://www.dragonflycycleconcepts.com/store/product.php?product=221

Standard Batwing Fairing

Transform your motorcycle into a touring machine! Our standard batwing fairing shape is very similar to the stock Harley Davidson batwing fairing, proven and tested to keep the wind away while at the same time giving your motorcycle the true Harley Davidson batwing fairing look.

Features:

- Vented front

- Your factory OEM Windshield mounts are required to mount this batwing fairing onto your bike. 
- Injection moulded fiberglass process
- Finished and trimmed with the latest CNC technology for a perfect fit and finish
- Manufactured in black gelcoat ready to install or be painted
- Arrives fully assembled with mounting instructions
- Windscreen & mounting hardware included
- Rubber seal & gaskets

Stereo options:

- Rockford Fosgate Bluetooth unit with USB/AUX/AM/FM

Speaker options:

Rockford Fosgate Speakers
- 5.25" version (4)
- 6x9" version (2) 
- 6.5" version (2)

Options: (Please see our accessories page for pictures and details)

Windscreens:

5" or 10" clear or smoke
*Average rider looks over 5” and through 10”
*OEM Harley Davidson windscreens 98-2013 Streetglide fit our standard batwing fairing

12V power outlet
Great for charging a cell phone or GPS

Wind defectors
Your choice between fixed or adjustable, works great in summer and winter

Paint (Please see our OEM painting page for pictures and details)
Receive your unit color matched to your stock OEM color right out of the box
(Smartphones without headphone/speaker jack may require DAC Converter to utilize AUX port)

Please note: Some handlebars / risers may need to be adjusted for the fairing to fit properly. Most aftermarket bars will require 2” pull back risers*
*Add to cart for additional info

Starting at $825

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Shipping to Canada usd $200+
Sours: https://www.recklessmotorcycles.com/freewheeler.html
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Reckless Motorcycles HDFWESSDD Batwing Fairing with Stereo for Freewheeler

Includes Rockford Bluetooth Unit (PMX-1):

The PMX-1 features a scratch resistant wet bonded display, superior Bluetooth® audio, AUX and USB inputs.  The Element Ready design also provides protection against water, dust, and UV rays.


The PMX-1 features a 9H tempered glass screen optically bonded which allows for optimized viewing of the dot matrix display under all lighting and viewing conditions. The superior Bluetooth® audio features A2DP and AVRCP for better range, easier device pairing and glitch free wireless audio streaming. The flexible AUX and USB inputs enable convenient access to various audio playback formats and charging of your mobile devices.

Features:

  • Wet bonded 2.3" Full Dot Matrix LCD Display
  • 9H Tempered Glass Screen
  • A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth® Wireless Streaming
  • AUX and USB Inputs with USB Charging
  • Compatible with PMX-BTUR Steering Wheel Remote
  • Independent Subwoofer Level Control
  • 7-Band Graphic EQ + PEQ
  • Selectable HP / LP / AP Crossovers with Selectable Slope 12 / 24 dB/Oct
  • Voltage gauge with Low voltage Warning
  • AM / FM / WB Tuner
  • Multi Region Radio Frequencies
  • IPX6 Marine Grade Front Panel
  • FCC, CE and EN60945 Certified
  • 2 Year Warranty

Optional Rockford Bluetooth Unit PMX-2:

The PMX-2 is an AM/FM/WP tuner and compact digital media receiver with a 2.7" full color display.

The PMX-2 compact digital media receiver is designed for marine and motorsports applications. 

The PMX-2 features a 2.7"full color TFT display for optimum viewing - even in full sun - that is optically wet bonded to prevent any dust or moisture penetration. It is IPX6 rated and uses a water resistant rotary encoder knob with white LED button illumination and front mounted sub level controls. Additionally, with features such Pandora control capabilities and Bluetooth audio steaming with album art support1 this unit becomes a true command center of any system. 1Android devices equipped with limited functionality. Please refer to owners manual for details.

Output flexibility comes with a 4x50W @ 2ohm internal amplifier or front and rear/sub output RCA's allowing the addition of after-market amplifiers for more power and output. Add-in the EEPROM memory system, custom GUI interface, and wired remote expansion capabilities and you have the only media receiver you'll ever need.

Features:

  • ISO8846/SAE J1171 Ignition Protection Certified
  • Pandora Internet Radio
  • A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth Wireless Streaming
  • FCC, CE, IC, and C-Tick Certified
  • Multi Region Radio Frequencies
  • Low Voltage Warning Alert
  • AUX and USB Inputs with USB Charging
  • On Board Punch EQ Control
  • iPod playback with on-screen display
  • Independent Subwoofer Level Control
  • Selectable HP / LP / AP Crossovers with Selectable Slope 12 / 24 dB/Oct
  • IPX6 Marine Grade
  • 7-Band Graphic EQ
  • 2.7" full color display w/ auto dimming backlightning
  • AM / FM / WB Tuner
  • Zone Control: 1 Zone / 1 Source (F/R or Sub)
  • *Antenna not included
  • 2 Year Warranty

Optional Rockford Bluetooth Unit PMX-3:

The PMX-3 is a ground up designed digital media receiver for marine and motorsports applications with full color 2.7" TFT display. This unit not only has the functionality you desire such as a custom designed GUI interface and menu system built with "ease of use" in mind, but also features SiriusXM tuner compatibility, Pandora radio control via USB or Bluetooth and full iPhone support with folder browsing capability.

The PMX-3 compact digital media receiver, designed for marine and motorsports applications, features a 2.7"full color TFT display for optimum viewing even in full sun that is optically wet bonded to prevent any dust or moisture penetration. 

The PMX-3 is IPX6 rated and uses a water resistant rotary encoder knob with white LED button illumination and front mounted sub level controls. Additionally, with features such SiriusXM tuner compatibility, Pandora control capabilities and Bluetooth audio steaming with album art support1, this unit becomes a true command center of any system. Output flexibility comes with a 4x50 @ 2ohm internal amplifier or front and rear/sub output RCA's allowing the addition of aftermarket amplifiers for more power and output. 1Android devices equipped with limited functionality. Please refer to owners manual for details.

We've also upgraded the unit to feature a reverse camera composite video input with reverse trigger control and a day/ night display mode for better viewing in low light conditions. Finally, add in the EEprom memory system, custom GUI interface and wired remote expansion capabilities and you have the only media receiver you'll ever need.

Features:

  • 2.7" Full color Thin Film Transistor display
  • SiriusXM-Ready™ (SXV300 module) with color channel logos (18 channel presets)
  • Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) is a type of non-volatile memory used in electronic devices to store data that must be saved when power is removed
  • Integrated voltage gauge w/ low voltage alert
  • Wired remote ready (up to 3 remotes)
  • Two-piece mounting system to secure panel to mounting surface
  • Front Panel Sub Control
  • Upgradeable Firmware and Bluetooth Software via USB
  • IPX6 Water Intrusion Rating: Water projected in powerful jets from any direction shall have no harmful effects
  • ASTM: B117 Salt Fog & D4329 UV Exposure Tested
  • Single Zone output with 2 channels front full range and 2 channels rear/ subwoofer selectable rated at 2 volt
  • Internal power amplifier 4x45W 2Ω stable
  • Automotive grade AM/FM Radio, Weatherband Radio digital tuner. Supports Radio Data System (RDS) to receive broadcast information
  • Licensed Pandora control (Apple direct USB or BT/Android via Bluetooth)
  • Made for iPhone apple certified
  • Bluetooth streaming audio (A2DP) protocol version 1.4 installed
  • Rear USB With 1A Charging Only
  • Rear AUX-In (L/R)
  • Simple Secure Pairing (SSP)
  • Display album art from connected iPhones on the radio display
  • Folder browsing via BT connected iPhones
  • Dedicated DSP audio processors for each zone with independent 7 Band EQ + Punch EQ
  • Selectable high pass and low pass crossover points for each zone
  • Selectable crossover slopes of 12dB or 24 dB for each zone
  • Adjustable input gain for each source
  • Waterproof Rotary Encoder Volume Control
  • Tactile convex buttons for easy identification
  • White LED Button Illumination
  • Wired and front panel illumination control
  • Wet Bonded Display
  • Epoxy coated circuit board for water resistance
  • External trigger input to activate reverse camera mode
  • Direct composite video input connection
  • Day/Night display mode
  • 2 Year Warranty

Optional Smartphone Holder With Fairing Mount

The Smartphone Holder is designed to be quick and simple, just flip the lever to lock your smart phone into the secure rubber molded fingers.

  • Intuitive ball mounting system allows for a broad range of angle adjustment 
  • Fits devices from 2 1/8" to 3 1/2" wide
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spowell928

12-14-2015, 08:13 PM

I enjoy riding the Freewheeler but I really miss having a fairing. I traded in a 14 Streetglide that was probably the best riding bike I ever owned, and I believe the fairing contributed greatly to the comfort. Any of you folks put one on your Freewheeler? Thanks for your advice and recommendations.


PBRstreetgang

12-14-2015, 08:53 PM

I enjoy riding the Freewheeler but I really miss having a fairing. I traded in a 14 Streetglide that was probably the best riding bike I ever owned, and I believe the fairing contributed greatly to the comfort. Any of you folks put one on your Freewheeler? Thanks for your advice and recommendations.

I miss my radio :-(


Dirtydan

12-14-2015, 09:19 PM

Dragonfly, wide open, Memphis shades or any fairing, quick detach that will fit a road king should work.


Keystone

12-14-2015, 09:35 PM

8,000 miles so far. Have yet to wish I had the batwing in front of me. I'm enjoying the basic bike idea again.


Red59

12-14-2015, 09:51 PM

I enjoy riding the Freewheeler but I really miss having a fairing. I traded in a 14 Streetglide that was probably the best riding bike I ever owned, and I believe the fairing contributed greatly to the comfort. Any of you folks put one on your Freewheeler? Thanks for your advice and recommendations.
I installed a Reckless fairing but didn't care for it, seemed like I got a better ride with just the windshield. Going to play around with fairing lowers this winter to see if it makes any difference.
Red


gerald martin

12-14-2015, 11:34 PM

Put a Memphis shades batwing for a road king on my freewheeler. fits perfect. have a 9 inch windshield, no buffeting no updraft best fairing ever and you can also get an adapter for a radio


DK Custom Products

12-15-2015, 12:06 AM

I enjoy riding the Freewheeler but I really miss having a fairing. I traded in a 14 Streetglide that was probably the best riding bike I ever owned, and I believe the fairing contributed greatly to the comfort. Any of you folks put one on your Freewheeler? Thanks for your advice and recommendations.


Here ya go!

http://i1088.photobucket.com/albums/i339/DKCustom/Project%20Tri-Glide/TG%20No%20TP%201_zpsnucnixan.jpg


Kidding...that's a TG with the TP removed.

I would look at a Memphis Shades or a Dragonfly.

But before any of that...I would look at what would be involved in getting a Road Glide/Sharknose type fairing. That would do what you're looking for, keep the light front end feeling of the Freewheeler, plus be completely different.

Kevin


Dirtydan

12-15-2015, 12:31 AM

Google road glide fairing conversion. There is a two part PDF you can download. It's not as simple though as just dropping it on. There is an interconnect harness and everything is completely different than a free wheeler/road King front end. Not to mention the gas tank. That being said lots of guys have done it.


screwball

12-15-2015, 01:54 AM

Funny, I traded my '03 Dyna for an '08 Ultra. Then traded it for a '11 Tri-glide that went away for a '15 Freewheeler. Never happier than leaving all that 'luggage at the dealer and returning back to basics. Made a little dash to hold a 5" GPS and an iPod nano. Both bluetooth to my Sena headset. Of all the bikes I've owned, that Dyna was the most fun. The freewheeler is just like that Dyna, with another wheel.

Good Luck!


missedem

12-15-2015, 03:56 AM

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hoppe-detachable-fairing-for-2014-Harley-Freewheeler-Quadzilla-/151448573807?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item234309d76f&vxp=mtr

This looks like a pretty cool setup . it is very expensive as far as I'm concerned but it looks to be set up well.


Hrolfr

12-15-2015, 09:58 AM

There are some pics of a free with a fairing on the Facebook Freewheeler group. I am looking for something (like most of us) to kill some of the updraft. I really do not want a fairing but if it is the only option.....


Dirtydan

12-15-2015, 10:55 AM

I'm a cheapskate. When I did mine on my road King I bought one of ebay for 350 had it pointed for 200 dropped in a radio and speakers. I was all in at about 800 with a cheap radio n speakers. In the long run I was unhappy with the sound quality I upgraded to a Sony head unit 175, Polk audio speakers 150 and a Picassa amp for 200. So I would have saved headaches and about 250 if I skipped the cheap audio mistake.


DK Custom Products

12-15-2015, 02:08 PM

There are some pics of a free with a fairing on the Facebook Freewheeler group. I am looking for something (like most of us) to kill some of the updraft. I really do not want a fairing but if it is the only option.....


A Tank Lift (http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/Touring-Tank-Lift-Kits_c31.htm) will help with some (not all) of the updraft. It pushes air that would have gone over the front of the tank, and hit the rider in the chest, to under the tank and across the engine, keeping it cooler.

It depends, person to person, (height, sitting position, etc.) but many folks get less buffeting when using a Tank Lift.

There are also fork wind deflectors you can use that will reduce the wind...but do not use them during weather warmer than 70*, they will cause your engine to run hotter.

They look good too...exposes more of the chrome.

http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/images/RG%20Before%20TL.jpg


http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/images/RG%20After%20TL.jpg


Kevin


clint44

12-15-2015, 03:39 PM

There are some pics of a free with a fairing on the Facebook Freewheeler group. I am looking for something (like most of us) to kill some of the updraft. I really do not want a fairing but if it is the only option.....


James,I saw that FW with the batwing fairing. Only speaking for myself but if I owned a FW,one of the first mods would be a Memphis Shade batwing. With one of those and a pair of JES fork fangs,wind protection would be pretty nice.


clint44

12-15-2015, 04:19 PM

Check this out: https://www.deadcentercycles.com/galleryFW.php


Hrolfr

12-15-2015, 04:35 PM

A Tank Lift (http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/Touring-Tank-Lift-Kits_c31.htm) will help with some (not all) of the updraft. It pushes air that would have gone over the front of the tank, and hit the rider in the chest, to under the tank and across the engine, keeping it cooler.

It depends, person to person, (height, sitting position, etc.) but many folks get less buffeting when using a Tank Lift.

There are also fork wind deflectors you can use that will reduce the wind...but do not use them during weather warmer than 70*, they will cause your engine to run hotter.

They look good too...exposes more of the chrome.

http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/images/RG%20Before%20TL.jpg


http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/images/RG%20After%20TL.jpg


Kevin
I have looked at your tank lifts and they are on the possible list of things to do, I will be snagging a set of your floorboard extenders in the near future... I saw them and really paid attention the last run I made and how my feet were always about half off the floorboards out to the sides. So it makes since to move them out a bit. Also looking at your heal rests... the list goes on.


Dirtydan

12-15-2015, 06:34 PM

For those wanting to eliminate the buffeting maybe try a set of Kuryakyns fork mounted wind deflectors they are way longer and more functional than hd/s in my opinion.


clint44

12-15-2015, 09:51 PM

For those wanting to eliminate the buffeting maybe try a set of Kuryakyns fork mounted wind deflectors they are way longer and more functional than hd/s in my opinion.


Do you have those mounted on your Freewheeler?


psychogramps

12-15-2015, 09:55 PM

Do you have those mounted on your Freewheeler?



I don't see how they would fit with turn signals.


Bill G

12-15-2015, 10:22 PM

8,000 miles so far. Have yet to wish I had the batwing in front of me. I'm enjoying the basic bike idea again.


Agree 100% :pepper::pepper:

Ride Safe All,
Bill G


clint44

12-15-2015, 11:12 PM

I don't see how they would fit with turn signals.


That's why I asked.


Dirtydan

12-15-2015, 11:17 PM

They fit with signal on my road king.


Gorilla

12-15-2015, 11:44 PM

If there is a will there is a way. Remember HD used what they already had to put the freewheeler together so you just have to figure out what to change to make it work for you.


DK Custom Products

12-16-2015, 01:55 AM

I have looked at your tank lifts and they are on the possible list of things to do, I will be snagging a set of your floorboard extenders in the near future... I saw them and really paid attention the last run I made and how my feet were always about half off the floorboards out to the sides. So it makes since to move them out a bit. Also looking at your heal rests... the list goes on.

Yeah, it can take a while to get one set up "just like you want".

http://i1088.photobucket.com/albums/i339/DKCustom/Links/SpendBike_zps7876b8a6.jpg


Kevin


psychogramps

12-16-2015, 05:10 AM

They fit with signal on my road king.

Different signal lights on the FW. You would have to drill/cut a 2.25'' hole in the center of the deflector.


HDB0B

12-16-2015, 07:52 AM

Seen on Facebook ... not mine!

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Dirtydan

12-16-2015, 10:13 AM

Different signal lights on the FW. You would have to drill/cut a 2.25'' hole in the center of the deflector.


Or change the signals.


hotrodbob

02-23-2016, 02:05 PM

Here is mine. It is a hoppe no radio.


mernstmac

02-26-2016, 09:17 AM

Road Glide Freewheeler... I would love to see one


Dirtydan

02-28-2016, 10:56 AM

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2047675.m570.l1313.TR12.TRC2.A0.H0.Xroad+ glide+fairing.TRS0&_nkw=road+glide+fairing&_sacat=0

besides the inner, outer and fairing mounts you'll need the interconnect harness for a road glide. Also the Freewheeler/road king main harness is different. Batwing &Road Glide main wiring harnesses are the same up until it hits the interconnect harness. Freewheeler/Road Kings hide everything in the headlight and gauges are on the tank so it's quite a bit different. If you're good with wiring than no biggie. Just depends on how bad you want it.

Try this
http://www.hdforums.com/forum/touring-models/790428-road-glide-fairing-on-a-road-king.html


cavie

02-28-2016, 06:20 PM

My DIY fork deflectors moved from my Suzuki C50 to my Honda VTX 1300. Total cost $40.00. you can make them flat as I did for the VTX or cut them to go around the turn signals as on the C50.


HDB0B

02-29-2016, 12:45 PM

Check out http://www.wideopencustom.com/ ... I've seen a FLRT with it and it looks great.

Bob


blackaxknight

03-01-2016, 05:05 PM

I recently installed a fairing on my freewheeler from wide open customs. I have to say I love it. It was less than $1k unpainted and I found a shop to paint it for $450 to match the trike. The fairing came with 4 speakers a stereo and all the wireing and mounting hardware.*


TK8614

03-30-2016, 05:59 PM

I put one on and it is fantastic, they offer different kits.

https://www.deadcentercycles.com/


HDB0B

03-30-2016, 07:14 PM

http://www.tsukayu.com/
http://www.recklessmotorcycles.com/new_products.html

Bob :D


Hiram33

03-30-2016, 08:29 PM

the fairing on my Road King is removable but i hate riding with out it add one but in my opinion yuo do not need a full fairing no radio just block the wind

Peter


clint44

03-31-2016, 01:43 PM

the fairing on my Road King is removable but i hate riding with out it add one but in my opinion you do not need a full fairing no radio just block the wind
Peter


A batwing fairing will offer considerably more wind protection.


shadowrider99

06-03-2016, 12:41 PM

Hoppe has one and I put it on my . Works great. Put on and take off in 10 mins. Love it. Got the one without the radio and speakers. Put my own on.


blackaxknight

06-04-2016, 02:11 AM

I put a wide open customs fairing on mine in January. It was easy to install and it came with 4 5.25" speakers and a jvc sterio. Sounds great at 85 looks great (had it painted it came bare plastic) total for the fairing was $997 paint was $450 I installed it myself (very simple if you hade ever wired in a car sterio you can do this)
http://www.wideopencustom.com/p-125-harley-davidson-freewheeler-fairing.aspx


Spotts71

03-09-2021, 09:26 PM

Google road glide fairing conversion. There is a two part PDF you can download. It's not as simple though as just dropping it on. There is an interconnect harness and everything is completely different than a free wheeler/road King front end. Not to mention the gas tank. That being said lots of guys have done it.

I bought a Road Glide CVO fairing with all the inners to add to my 2018 FW. I love the look of the shark nose but not really the batwing. Also wanting to put the Hannigan conversion on the back end. Still asking lots of questions to even see if that is possible.I haven’t seen much on either on a Freewheeler- started searching here today to see what I could find to help. I would love to see pictures if there are any.


Spotts71

03-09-2021, 09:36 PM

Road Glide Freewheeler... I would love to see one

Me too- I bought a road glide CVO fairing to put on mine- I haven’t found much info yet on how to put it on though🤯


Moegy

03-12-2021, 09:20 PM

Reckless brand bat wing fairing on my 2017 FW


Rigsby

03-13-2021, 04:21 PM

I went with one from Tsukayu, no radio, just a plain one piece fairing

96952


Rigsby

03-13-2021, 04:31 PM

I give up .........


stratmarshall

03-18-2021, 06:50 PM

I have no idea how to install this but it looks cool


Gorilla

03-18-2021, 07:11 PM

I have no idea how to install this but it looks cool

nice job


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