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Motorcycle Fairings for Indian Scout Sixty

A variation of the Indian Scout model, the Indian Scout Sixty keeps all the features and specifications of the original from the 1920s except for a few extra improvements. Constructed with a lightweight, cast aluminum frame and low seat height, this motorcycle has a good center of balance that allows you to stay in control regardless of how fast you are traveling.

Though this bike already has an impressive build, it is possible to add extra components that help improve your motorcycle’s level of safety while you are traversing the highways. One such component that you may want to consider investing in is some new Indian Scout Sixty fairings.

Features & Design of Indian Scout Sixty Fairings

The standard color scheme for the Scout Sixty fairings is a glossy black, though it is possible to change the color, style, and look of the fairings as the surface can be painted on. The fairings are constructed from primarily ABS plastic, a rigid and long-lasting material that covers and protects your motorcycle’s chassis from damage. The windshield is built from either acrylic or plexiglass, either material serving as a thin yet durable screen to protect you from rain, wind, or debris while giving you a clear view of any hazards ahead.

At the center of the fairings is a circular hole that is big enough to fit around the circumference of the headlight. During installation, you line up the fairings with the headlight, then bring them close enough so that you can attach the steel clamps to the motorcycle fork.

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