Scout Fairing Ural
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Our Price: $599.00
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Parabellum’s Scout fairing and windshield for the Ural motorcycle adds a significant amount of style to the Russian legend while offering the best wind and noise protection available. With multiple heights, clear or tint, the Scout fairing works well for any type of riding from hot summer adventures to frigid winter commuting. The Scout fairing is made from armor like ABS plastic while the windshields are made from military aircraft grade cast acrylic. The Scout is 20 inches wide and only adds 5 lbs to the motorcycle’s weight when mounted.


10 Inch
14 Inch
16 Inch
18 Inch
(good for 5ft 7in to 5ft 10in)
20 Inch
22 inch extra tall
(for riders over 6ft 2in)

Complete with all the hardware to mount it and your choice of windshield
Add $10 for a tinted windshield
Color match not available for the Ural.
Additional screens available for $139 in clear or $149 in tint

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Note: Scout Production is limited and lead times may vary from 2-5 weeks.

All Parabellum Products are Made in USA


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Bought the Scout faring for my 2018 Ural CT because I wanted more than just the windshield I got with it, but was concerned about going to the factory fairing due to hearing how it slowed the bike down a bit. The Parabellum for the Urals is new, so there was nothing I could find as far as reviews on how it fit and how it affected the bike. The claims of it increasing gas mileage etc, and other model reviews, gave me enough to go on to roll the dice. GLAD I DID. The unit was reasonably simple to install, though I did have to get 2 bolts as there were the wrong thread type. But I am sure that was because my bike was a 2018CT and the one they had done fitment on was an older Gear-up. In my case, I had to make a bit of an adjustment to my left turn signal as well, but no one has noticed it as yet and was not a big issue for me. There was an immediately and noticable difference in the buffeting and wind noise, and though I never really calculated my actual gas usage before versus after, I can say that there has been no decrease in my top end speed, might actually be better. And in addition, its a very cool look and I have gotten numerous comments about its unique shape. If you own a Ural - it is worth the price

thanks for a great product.