F750GS F850GS Side Deflectors Kit - MadStad Engineering
F750GS F850GS Side Deflectors Kit - MadStad Engineering
F750GS F850GS Side Deflectors Kit - MadStad Engineering
Side Deflector Kit for BMW F750GS / F850GS (2018 - Up)
Side Deflector Kit for BMW F750GS / F850GS (2018 - Up)

Side Deflector Kit for BMW F750GS / F850GS (2018 - Up)

RKBM-GS18-F7SD-CL

Regular price $79.95 Sale price$69.95 Save $10.00
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  • SIDE DEFLECTORS KIT ONLY (touring and stock windshield shown in photos are not included in this kit) - THE SIDE DEFLECTORS KIT COMES WITH TOURING KIT

    This is a pair of Madstad side deflectors, brackets and mounting hardware for the BMW F750GS and F850GS (2018 & up). They block lower airflow, which is below windshield level. Typically, this airflow is channeled along the plastic body panels and hits you in your torso creating pressure and turbulence. Deflecting this air to the sides provides a calmer cockpit and keeps cold air off of your body in cooler weather so you can be more comfortable and extend your riding season!

    You do not need any other Madstad components, this kit is complete and will mount to your bike independently. The small stainless steel brackets attach around the turn signal stem and fasten to a factory mounting hole, so no modification to the bike is needed.

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