Some love 'em, some hate 'em.
But why do we buy, or not buy, a fairing?
And why do some of us throw them away with disgust and dissapointment while others think it's the best accessory they ever bought.
Many clear fairings are mounted 3 feet in front of the rider, so do they really reduce drag or just create another low-pressure bubble to drag around with you in addition to the drag bubble you already tow around behind the rider?
Sure its colder in the USA than it is here Down Under, so maybe just keeping that wind chill off you is enough reason to have one.
Other fairings slope well back to the Riders chest and would be wonderful to have if it starts raining.
Some users say they are noisy, heavy, reduce visibility, make the Bent harder to ship and stow and do'nt reduce drag much at all.
Tell us all why you bought a fairing and if it does what you hoped it would. Or why you got rid of the damned thing.
Clear skies, Mark.