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Absolutely it does. Adding hard lowers is the best thing you can do. Just keep in mind that during hot days it will be warmer on your legs but I still say well worth the investment.
 

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The fairing lowers are one of the best mods you can do for wind control and rider comfort IMO.
I take the vent doors out in the summer to get a little bit more air flow.
 

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Broken record, I agree with all of the above. I have never had lowers before, but very happy I put them on my 15 RG.
 

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The 2015 lowers were NOT designed for air cooled bikes. Not enough air flow for even slightly warm weather. Compare opening to the old lowers.

Save some $ and get an old used pair or get soft lowers.
 

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The 2015 lowers were NOT designed for air cooled bikes. Not enough air flow for even slightly warm weather. Compare opening to the old lowers.

Save some $ and get an old used pair or get soft lowers.

Where did you get this information? They sell '14 & '15 touring model bikes with them on air cooled bikes brand new. Plus many others have purchased them after the fact without issue. I have them on my '12 and can adjust the vents to where I feel just as much air as the older lowers on my 2010. Interested to see where you got your information.

BTW... I know the above may sound confrontational but I don't mean it like that. I really am interested in where that came from.
 
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