Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Morris, Illinois
Old thread updated, but the question was asked about cutting a Klockwerks windshield. I have had success cutting a 15" Pro Touring. I installed factory 47 bars on my 18 RGS and noticed I was not hitting the 15" Pro Touring windshield. I just identified the area that needed to be removed and cut it out. I used a Oscillating Dremel Tool similar to what you would use to cut under door jams and moulding. Just put painters tape on the shield, sliced off the excess material, (need to make multiple passes instead of just plunging through) then once it was rough cut, used a sanding drum on a regular dremel to smooth out the contours. The most difficult part was making the sides match. I ended up making a liitle jig that I could put on the center top of the shield and spin from left to right to layout exacting dimensions. I first gridded the entire windshield with painters tape to ensure I had good reference points and went to town.
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