I just ordered a 16. I'm 6'2 and figured I could have it cut down if necessary. Will try and reply with a post on how well it works for me. If the weather cooperates. If not, I won't know until April... Thanks again for all this info.
I did it all through PM's from this forum. No idea who I was communicating with, but he/she was very helpful and got back to me fast. I was trying to beat the Thanksgiving sale deadline. Made it by 4.5 hours!
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Flexin, hope the 16 works for you. I am 6'1 and run a 16" dome and really wish it was a little taller. Rode a 12 model with one and though boy this is it, but when I put it on my 09 it's a little short, but still works better than anything else I have had on it.
I followed the online chart and the wind goes over my head by about 2 or 3 inches. Light tint is best as I still look through the shield a little at times. Have taken off a few times and forgot my glasses and had no problem making it to the next stop comfortably. They are really well made shields. I went with the 15" dome, I am 6' with a 32" inseam on a stock seat 2005 rgc. My wife still gets some wind when 2up but mostly rides her own.
I have a 15" light gray dome on my CVO RG '13 and it definitely blocks the wind. I just ordered today from CB the 13" dark gray dome since as my GF says, "the light windshield makes it look like a "CHIPS" bike". I'm 6-3" and have stock seat and suspension (for now) and I feel zero wind on my face with the 15". I've even pulled myself up a few inches taller to see where the wind line is and that is why I feel the 13" will still block enough wind. Plus I'm here in Florida so as the weather turns scorching hot in a few months a little wind on the face will not be too bad a thing. The 10" Windsplitter that came stock looks hot but is worthless. The Cee Bailey mounting hardware is awesome too.
I have the 14 inch and I am 5'10" with 30 inch pants. My seat is a Corbin that lowers me about an inch and an inch back. No problems with buffeting, but wind does hit my face. I like it and it works for me after 16,000 miles.
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2015 Superior Blue RG Special
I guess I did forget to update this. Got a 15Ē TRSSC Euro and I have to say, itís the best windshield Iíve had yet. I can see over it just fine, and since its Light Gray, at night itís no problem. Wind noise right at my ears is considerable less than my others. And I think it looks great, too. If I had one complaint, which is not really a complaint, I wish they had a tinted one that was about halfway between Light Gray and Dark Gray.
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I had a chance to ride with my 16 TRSSC on my 2012 RGU, I am very happy. Got a good four hours in two weeks ago, highway and back roads. Coverage is good, a little wind ( more than my stock ultra of course) but very, very minimal. And this is me being very picky. However, I am very happy.
I honestly think it looks really good and follows the forward lines of the bike well.
Looking through it in my opinion is not a great option because of the curves and it distorts the image. I clear it by four to five inches so not a problem. If you want to look through it, don't get this version, they have others without all the curves.