So here is what she looked like when I got her...
I found a good product on ebay. The only problem is the company does not sell it on their web site and they do not offer a buy it now, it is auction only. I suppose they bid themselves up and on occasion them might make more by people getting in a bidding war. I may investigate becoming a vendor for them so that I can provide our small world a firm price.
Any how, here is the bat wing fairing I found made by The USA Trailer Store;
My cost was $280 plus $39 shipping and it was here lickety split!
Mounting was SUPER easy. It comes in black but I will be getting it repainted to match the bike now that I have it installed. I mounted the brackets and used the existing Memphis Shades hardware already on my bike from the giant grand pa shield that was on it...I did not even have to move the brackets on the forks. The overall width with the brackets was an inch wider than the VTX1800 forks so off to Ace Hardware to get longer screws and I picked up 4 steel 1/2" sleeves to take up the difference in width...PERFECT!!! All in all, even counting the time to run to Ace Hardware, installation took 35-45 minutes. Obviously, this does not include mounting the stereo and speakers, but just the bat wing.
Here is what she looks like when she was done (less paint of course).
I was in a hurry to get it all hooked up so I did not put a marine unit in, it is a $70 JVC unit as are the 6x9's. With the warranty from Wal-Mart (just in the event I get caught in the rain) I have less than $150 in the stereo. Not trying to win any IASCA competitions, just wanting an easy way to play some tunes. My real goal was the bat wing, stereo is a bonus.
Overall review of the product is OUTSTANDING!