We have had several requests about building a corner wing for the Polaris Slingshot. We have heard several complaints about there being a wind tunnel coming through the corner of the windshield causing extreme buffeting. Well we have developed a solution to this issue. Be sure to keep checking our website for the new Slingshot Corner Wings. These clamp onto the corners of the windshield and are adjustable to deflect and direct the air in and away eliminating the wind tunnel affect. These are simple and easy to install and require absolutely no drilling. We will be featuring these on our website as soon as we get a supply of these finished in production. So check us out online at www.bakerbuiltairwings.com
Our newest item from Baker Built is our Polaris Slingshot Windshield Wings and the Polaris Slingshot Side Wings for the slingshots with a top. We heard that the cockpit of the slingshot was absolutely burning hot from the engine heat and lack of air movement. We wanted to come up with an item that the customers would love. We finally came up with our Windshield Wings. A simple quick easy design to bring air into the cockpit when needed and can be closed to deflect the air away when cold and rainy. The Windshield Wings have an aluminum powder coated clamp using set screws clamps onto the existing windshield on both passenger and driver side allowing you to mount and remove with no troubles at all. This design is mainly because we know just how hard it is to “drill” into your beloved bike and we too understand this. So with these clamps you just clamp on/off leaving no marks. These are easily adjusted so that you can turn the wings in towards or away from rider and co-rider so that you can bring more air in or deflect the air and rain away. Then we noticed people started having roofs/tops mounted onto their Slingshots and then heard they was even hotter than before. Now because of the bar to the roof our Windshield Wings no longer would work or fit. So we did some designing and came out with the Polaris Slingshot Side Wings for the roof/top. These are limited to the most common roofs that we see out in the market Twist Dynamics. These Side Wings clamp onto the side post of the roof again requires absolutely no drilling making it easy to take the wings on and off. Also again these are easily adjusted so that you can direct/deflect the air in and away from rider and passenger. If you haven’t seen them visit us online at www.bakerbuiltairwings.com check them out and see just how great these work. If you have any questions left feel free to contact us at email@example.com or 1-800-451-9464. We look forward to being able to help make your time out on the road as comfortable as possible. Thanks for reading! Check back soon for updates and other products.
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We are excited to see how many people love our new F3 Luggage Rack. The rack is very easy to install and looks great mounted on the Can Am Spyder F3. The black powder coated finish compliments well with the finish of the bikes that we have seen this mounted on. You can find these online at www.bakerbuiltairwings.com from now until the end of January if you place an order you will receive $20 off the luggage rack. If you have one of these comment and let us know how you like it.
In 1983 we designed and developed the very first adjustable air deflectors ever made. These were originally designed for the Honda Goldwings and have now been designed for many other motorcycle models but are most famous on the Honda Goldwing. Our number one seller is still the GL1800 Honda Goldwing Air Wings w/ Lowers. The Air Wing and Lower adjust separately to allow the complete control of the air flow that the rider and co-rider receive. The main air wing does not bring in radiator heat as most of our competitors do. Check us out online let us know if you have or have had any of these on your Goldwing. Did you like them? What year did you get them? How well did they work?