Rick's Reviews Episode 13: Baker Built Air Wings for GL1800

October 3, 2017 - 11:21 AM

In this 13th installment of Rick's Reviews, WingStuff.com's President and Founder Rick Arnoldo shares his thoughts and insights on Baker Built Mirror Hand Wings and Dual Air Wings for the Honda Goldwing.

About the product:

New Generation Polycarbonate Baker Built Air Deflectors for GL1800 Gold Wing motorcycle are Scratch Resistant and Break Resistant. Easily attach underneath mirrors & deflects cold air Away OR Towards hands & arms of the rider and co-rider. Fully adjustable, these are one of the best GL1800 accessory items on the market. Rated # 1 by Motorcycle Consumer News magazine.

Baker's Latest New Generation Hand Wings for Gold Wings are super strong and scratch resistant thanks to the new polycarbonate hard coated material. Adjustable and No-Drilling required, they attach directly to the bottom of the GL1800 Gold Wing mirror.

New Generation Baker Built Dual Side Air Deflectors for your Honda GL1800 Gold Wing are Rated #1 by Motorcycle Consumer News Magazine as the brand that REALLY works! Great Choice of Colors, LOWERS are Fully Adjustable Seperately from Upper AIR WINGS. Also Blows Away Engine Heat in Hot Weather! NOTE: Requires Minor Drilling Holes in Removable Molding Strip.

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October 3, 2017 - 11:54 AM
I have a problem with the engine heat on my legs and feet. My Legs and feet are sensitive to both heat and cold. Will the Wings deflect the heat off of my legs?
Al
October 3, 2017 - 06:45 PM
The lower of the two side air deflectors is supposed to be for directing hot engine air away from you in hot weather, where they work well, and onto you in cold weather, where they help a little bit. I usually move only the top one of the two side deflectors. The video shows only the mirror hand wings and the dual side air deflectors, but does not show the leg wings or the foot wings that mount onto the engine guards. I have had my full set of Baker Built Air Wings for about six of the nine years that I've had my GL-1800. They are an essential part of the bike, in my opinion, and greatly improve airflow in hot weather and prevent you from getting wet in rainy weather (especially the foot wings).
October 4, 2017 - 04:30 AM
My issue is that if they loosen within a short period of time then flop freely. You can certainly tighten them sufficiently to stay in place, but then can't change their angle as conditions change without them loosening.

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