I had the same problem too , the Windspliter windshield solved it .
Yes, if changing the windshield isn't enough anding these to the forks will also help.I put the front air deflector under the forks and it knocked it down quite a bit for me.
I bought the chrome one from Harley, $25.00 and two bolts even comes with the allen wrench to put it on.Thanks dc, I was just looking at deflectors, what kind did you get?
I do not notice any additional down pressure with the LRS vs. the stock. The steering seems to be the same either way. The biggest thing that I notice is the calmer air behind the LR Shield.Prez, thanks for the help, I was looking at the Long Ride Shields also. My brother pulled the stock shield off of his new Street Glide and swears by the LRS, I do have another question for ya, I'm not seeing anything on their website that says anything about down pressure on the front wheel, does it matter? Also I have a 20" stock shield now, I was looking at the 18" from LRS, I'm about 6' and was hoping the 18" would work. I just went down and bought a new full face helmet, I screwed up and bought a modular first....what a mistake.
At that price you likely ordered the acrylic shield. They offer two types: acrylic and poly-carbonate. There are debates/arguments for each camp but I decided to go with the poly-carbonate as it is similar construction as the OEM.Thanks for the info Prez, my new LRS is on order. Stopped by the HD Shop today to check out the Wind Splitter, when they told me it runs $439 my mind was made up, got the LRS for $114. thank again everyone.