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    Distortion from Knock Werks Windshield

    I seem to be getting distortion from my Klock Werks windshield. It's almost as if the curve of the windshield is distorting the light waves.

    Had anyone else had this issue?

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    Are you trying to look through it? They are designed as such that you want to look over it

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    The exact reason I went with the Genuine Honda Accessory Tall Windscreen with Vent. The vent allows you direct air to you or over you and reduces the buffeting by pushing the dirty around you.

    Quote Originally Posted by indadman View Post
    I seem to be getting distortion from my Klock Werks windshield. It's almost as if the curve of the windshield is distorting the light waves.

    Had anyone else had this issue?

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    Check Werks site, seems like I read they have figured out how to do a recurve & not get a distortion. They might replace it. The back glass in my Toyota Prime is curved in 2-3 different directions without any distortions. It's a aero thing.

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    I have a Klock Werks and I look over mine. No issues since I’ve had it.

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    I look way over mine. It does a very good job for a short shield, thanks to that re-curve. It's the 'dark smoke' color, which is so dark you can hardly see if there's any distortion.

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    Are you using one of the "tall" shields (e.g., 16"-20")?

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