How to Measure

How to measure for an LRS Recurve Windshield

LRS Recurve Windshields are designed to be looked over rather than through. We want the top of one of our windshields to sit between the riders upper lip and tip of the nose. It is in this position where the rider will receive optimal protection from the wind, while being able to look over the shield and clearly see the road in front of them.

Below you will find the measuring guide, for how to get this measurement based on the make and model motorcycle that you are riding.

Harley Davidson

Electra Glide

For an Electra Glide, you will want to measure from the middle mounting screw on the top of the fairing, along the contour of your current shield until you get to this mustache height.

 

Fat Boy

For a Fat Boy, you will want to measure from the shields cutout (just above the headlight) vertically until you reach the riders mustache height.

Note: Due to Shrinkage in the forming process, our measurements are ½” shorter than ordering size.

 

Heritage Classic

For a Heritage Classic, you will want to measure from the shields cutout (just above the headlight) vertically until you reach the riders mustache height.

Note: Due to Shrinkage in the forming process, our measurements are ½” shorter than ordering size.

 

Road Glide (2013 – Older)

For a 2013 to older Road Glide, you will want to measure from the middle mounting screw up along the contour of your current shield until you reach the riders mustache height.

 

Road Glide (2015 – 2020)

For a 2015 – newer Road Glide, you will want to measure from in the middle , just above the vent, upwards along the contour of the current shield until you reach the riders mustache height.

 

Road King

For a Road King, you will want to measure from the shields cutout (just above the headlight) straight up vertically, until you reach the ideal mustache height)

 

Softail Slim / Deluxe

For a Softail Slim / Deluxe, you will want to measure from the shields cutout (just above the headlight) vertically until you reach the riders mustache height.

Note: Due to Shrinkage in the forming process, our measurements are ½” shorter than ordering size.

 

Street Glide

For a Street Glide, you will want to measure from the middle mounting screw on the top of the fairing, along the contour of your current shield until you get to this mustache height.

 

Ultra Classic / Limited

For an Ultra Limited / Classic, you will want to measure from the middle mounting screw on the top of the fairing, along the contour of your current shield until you get to this mustache height.

 

Tri Glide

For a Tri-Glide, you will want to measure from the middle mounting screw on the top of the fairing, along the contour of your current shield until you get to this mustache height.

Honda

Goldwing (GL 1800)

For an GL1800, measure from the top of the fairing (bottom of the rubber strip) to the top of the shield. Measurements are the shield in the upmost position. Size are as follow:

18” - Measures 14” when the shield is down

20” – Measures 16” when the shield is down

22” – Measures 18” when the shield is down

24” – Measures 20” when the shield is down

 

F6B

For an F6B, measure from  the top of the fairing (rubber strip) to the top of the shield, following the same stock shield lean angle, to find your recommended height.

Indian

Challenger

For an Challenger, measure form the middle mounting hole, along the contour of your current shield, until you hit this “mustache height.”

 

Chieftain

For an Chieftain, measure from the middle mounting hole, along the contour of your current shield, until you hit this “mustache” height.

 

Roadmaster

For an Roadmaster, measure from the mounting hole, along the contour of your current shield, until you hit this “mustache” height.

Victory

Cross Country

For a Cross Country, measure from the bottom (just above the vent) along the contour of your current shield, until you hit this “mustache” height.

 

Magnum

For a Magnum, measure from the bottom (just above the vent) along the contour of your current shield, until you hit this “mustache” height.