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Baker Air Wings are quickly becoming a popular mod for the Polaris Slingshot due to their simple "clamp-on" style installation. The Slingshot is notoriously known for having excessive heat build up in the cockpit area and the Air Wings from Baker help remedy this situation by circulating fresh air into the cabin. These new top side air wings are perfect for those that don't want the expense of a taller windshield or want complete wind protection in colder climates. The literally install in minutes and are available in Clear, Light Tint & Dark Tint.

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I would probably recommend a center brace but the F4 +5 I have will bend forever and not break. There might be some excessive movement if windy and no brace. I do have a center brace I use. I love the Air Wings. Bought them at the Kerrville SS Rally in April. Don't get much Windshield movement at all.
 

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I would probably recommend a center brace but the F4 +5 I have will bend forever and not break. There might be some excessive movement if windy and no brace. I do have a center brace I use. I love the Air Wings. Bought them at the Kerrville SS Rally in April. Don't get much Windshield movement at all.
I would have the brace there are only two plastic tabs and two bolts on the base holding it to the sling. Texas had some very strong winds buffeting the windshield and moving the front fenders
 

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I would have the brace there are only two plastic tabs and two bolts on the base holding it to the sling. Texas had some very strong winds buffeting the windshield and moving the front fenders
I have these on top of stock ripper , it flexed really bad , I made a center brace , cured the flexing.
Love them on top of shield, air inside of cockpit is very controllable now . A big thumbs up
 

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I went with these, but I flipped the brackets. I had the same concerns with the wind making them flap. I have had it all the way to 100 mph. with no troubles.
 
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