Motorcycle Hand Deflectors

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Introduction: Motorcycle Hand Deflectors

About: I have done so many projects the past 10 years some of them were fully documented ,some are with photos but not from the starting point,some of these were scattered in different memory sticks ,old laptops an...


This was inspired by several Instructables I have seen in here ,Thanks to all who made this an easy job .

What I used

1- Plexiglass sheet
2- Heat Gun
3-  2mm Steel Sheet
4- Bolts ,Nuts ,Washers
5- Old bicycle Inner tube ( to use as a cushion )

 

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    8 Discussions

    Hi, i love this design.
    I want to make similar windbreakers for my moped for the upcoming winter.
    I was wondering if these breakers take the wind out good enough to be able to ride in cold-weather conditions.
    I mean, temperatures way below zero degrees celsius.
    Last year i made some out of old hard foam plates and duct-tape.
    They looked like crap, but did the job great. Now i want something more permanent that also looks a bit nicer than what i had.

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    Hi
    These deflectors worked just fine in hi speed,

    It maybe safe to say that it doesn't yet real cold here where I am but we have huge sand storms and the deflectors were a very good protection .

    Thanks for your comments and feel free to ask anytime

    Yes, I used always pure vinegar to clean the acrylic windshield of my scooter Iso 150 cc, in 1970. Maybe a good glass cleaner do the same, but vinegar there is in all kitchens and is cheaper.

    Thanks Vicesat
    You are absolutly right ,I already explained this in my introduction that this was done several times in this web and I did it because I needed it .
    and it is fun.

    Very cool, very clean

    But i think i see this before in this web