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Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« on: June 15, 2011, 05:41:56 pm »
Does anyone have a picture of their 2010/2011 bike with either of these windshields on?  They give a pretty good picture on their site of both but do not show the whole bike.  I'm 6'0" w/ 32" inseam and would like to not go any taller than necessary mostly for aesthetics, but also want no buffetting.  I would love to see a full bike picture, particularly with the Ultra on it, ideally from a retracted position to see what it does to the lines of the bike.  Anyone?

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2011, 05:06:25 am »


This is my 2010 with the Euro on it.  I am 5' 10" and in full up, the wind goes over my helmet.  I lower the screen about 2" to get some wind on my face, and that is just smooth breeze.

It is a great screen in my opinion.  Only issue is that it works a bit too well.  Even in full down, airflow only gets about down to my shoulders.  So it is hard to get cooling air on the body.  But the positive side of that is, you have great weather protection in the cold and inclement weather. 

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2011, 11:27:03 pm »
+1 on the Eurocut.

To get more air to the torso area I added Baker Hand Wings. Helped a lot.

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2011, 01:39:01 am »
Thanks guys.  I ordered the Euro Cee Baileys Monday.  After seeing the screen on a full bike I'm glad I went with the Euro.  I was a bit worried about not getting enough air though.  I ride quite often now on my 11 with screen all the way down but it's been over 100 degrees several days in a row.
Really appreciate the input and especially the pic.

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2011, 01:45:11 am »


This is my 2010 with the Euro on it.  I am 5' 10" and in full up, the wind goes over my helmet.  I lower the screen about 2" to get some wind on my face, and that is just smooth breeze.

It is a great screen in my opinion.  Only issue is that it works a bit too well.  Even in full down, airflow only gets about down to my shoulders.  So it is hard to get cooling air on the body.  But the positive side of that is, you have great weather protection in the cold and inclement weather.

Another thought is that at 6' vs 5'10" I might get wind in my face at full up. 
We'll see but again after seeing the Euro I would not want a taller windshield on the motorcycle.

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2011, 12:58:05 pm »
You might, but I would be surprised.  If you do, probably more like a breeze, if anything.  You siad you have a 32" inseam, mine is 31", so your torso, in theory, is only 1" taller than mine.  Let us know how it works.  More info is always better for others.


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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2011, 01:00:48 pm »
I have a whole gallery full of photos of both the Euro and the Ultra CeeBaileys windshields here:

http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/ceebaileysc14
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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2011, 09:30:33 pm »
I have a whole gallery full of photos of both the Euro and the Ultra CeeBaileys windshields here:

http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/ceebaileysc14


Dang Fred...not sure this could be any more than I was asking for!  Awesome and thanks.  Now I see who's bikes on the Cee Baileys web site 8)

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #8 on: June 25, 2011, 02:28:41 pm »
I just installed that Euro shield on my 2008. The difference vs stock is unreal.  I am not tall by any means (5'10" with a 32 inch inseam) and this shield is the perfect height.  I believe the spec is 5 inches taller than my original shield. I was worried that it was too tall, but no problem.

It offers decent airflow in the lowest position. Smoother than stock. In the full up position I cant see over the top, but this might be handy for a rain storm or such.

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #9 on: June 25, 2011, 08:19:25 pm »
very eager for mine to arrive!

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Re: Cee Baileys Ultra Tour Dome vs Euro Cut for 2011 C14
« Reply #10 on: August 03, 2011, 06:16:34 pm »
I have been running the Cee Bailey Ultra Dome for a week.  The light smoke tint looks sharp.  The stock wind screen on the C14-2011 was too short for my 6' 2" frame.  The stock in the down position put the wind on my  upper chest/helmet, and in the up position blasted air right at the helmet.  The Ultra Dome is quiet with minimal wind noise and good sight lines in the 3/4 position.  In fact, not much difference between the 3/4 and full up.  In the down position, the air hits me in the neck.  It's a whole new ride, so  no need for ear plugs, and I need to be more careful about speed on the interstates. The C-14 wants to go fast and then faster!

The windscreen shipped with a big warning label about using paper towels, and non-approved plastics cleaners. Definitely don't use Windex.  My bad on the stock screen.  I found this Plexiglass cleaner on- line.  It had great reviews and it does the job.
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