Looks like the OP knows where to pick up a set cheap then.My bike didn't come with the mid frame heat deflectors and I bought some and tried them out for a year and IMO the mid frame heat deflectors didn't help with the heat on my legs. All they did was create more heat and move the heat down on my leg.
I used the heat deflectors while riding in temps that range from 40 degrees to 120 degrees.
They do trap the heat by preventing air flow because they form a pocket at the rear of the engine cavity, this increases the heat on the rear cylinder and rear exhaust pipe because air flow is hindered.
The heat deflectors are sitting in my box of HD stuff that didn't really work for me and I am not putting them on my bike again.
You can't sell them after they are installed because the compression nuts that come with the kit are in the frame plate and they can't be removed without destroying them.Looks like the OP knows where to pick up a set cheap then.
You can't sell them after they are installed because the compression nuts that come with the kit are in the frame plate and they can't be removed without destroying them.
I could sell them without all the hardware but I am not going to.
Those F'g nuts are NUTS! I was installing the AlloyArt Touring stabilizer which uses the same hole as the deflector on the right side of the bike. What a pain!! Basically had to hammer it out of the hole on one side and chisel it out on the other. Was able to reinstall the deflector using 3M-type double sided tape on the lower portion of the deflector.