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Old 03-24-2004, 08:05 AM
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I also used the livorse large wind deflectors and the work well...............
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Old 03-24-2004, 10:59 AM
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Pointerman, The Finney's windscreen works great. The hardware is nice and installation easy and straightforward. I have them on both my cats. They do tend to want to flatten out at speeds over 90. Good luck. Doug
Did you get them with the lip or without?
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Old 03-24-2004, 11:01 AM
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These came off a Cig, but the Livorsi Marine catalog has them. Mine are 13" wide and work great.

13" white $89
13" colors $104
18" white $99
18" colors $116

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Looks like those screw down directly to the boat without the grab handle. How do you control them being in either the up or down position? With the Finney's ones I figured I would need to carry an allen wrench on the boat to put them up or down.
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I would get in touch with Tres Martin and put the "Cafe Racer" style deflectors on. They are slanted slightly to accomodate the fairing angle and somewhat low profile to keep the lines of the boat.
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How do you control them being in either the up or down position?
There's a small, clear plastic tab that screws onto the boat that you flip onto the deflector in the down position. I haven't install that and not sure if I will.

They will pop up by themselves at around 40 mph, but we'll put them up getting on plane. There is alot of force on them when they flip up and would hate to have a face full of deflector! lol

The hold down tab would be nice when trailering, but we don't have to trailer often or far. Just have to remember to put them up before we go.

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Old 03-24-2004, 11:57 AM
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I would get in touch with Tres Martin and put the "Cafe Racer" style deflectors on. They are slanted slightly to accomodate the fairing angle and somewhat low profile to keep the lines of the boat.
Sorry, but who is Tres Martin and how do I get in touch with him? Does he sell one of the products already displayed in this thread?
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