Ok someone asked me about teh Reckless fairing.
I was not real happy with wind blockage compared to Stock and MS Batwing. BUT> It is fixed.
Here is Prescription.
1st Install Progressive Springs, I did stock height and it lowered it a tad.
That smooths out the bumps and gets vibration to minimum.
2nd While you have all that off,
You might as well do the steering head bearings if you think it needs done.
But the DT RISERS is the important part.
The DT risers get the clearence you need between the fairing and the radio. This allows you to drop the fairing to the lowest hole available on the mounting plates Reckless provides. It CLOSES a gap between the headlamp and the fairing that wind used to rush under.
3rd, And this might get Curt Mad and eat into his riding time. But order a set of Curts lowers.
This almost turns the bike into a Gold Wing wind wise. 110% Happy here!
NOW you can order up that Reckless, Now that you have the recipe. I went for a ride today in heavy heavy wind gust and it handled just as good as Stock WS and HD lowers. But I would never use HD lowers in place of Curts lowers, They crack at the bolt holes.
So there you all have it. IMHO
I guess the real Key with the Reckless is the DT risers, to get it down to the lowest hole and closer to the light. But I would do as I suggested if you have the Money.