When viewing our project VLX from stem to stern, the first modification you come to is the National Cycle fender tip. The chromed cast tips require that the fenders be drilled before the parts can be bolted on. The instructions are straightforward and include templates to assist in the drilling. The front and rear fender tips retail for $53 each. Just upstream from the fender, National Cycle's dark-tinted Flyscreen gives the VLX a purposeful look and deflects a bit of wind, as well. The Flyscreen mounted in just a few minutes, with minimal tweaking required to get the angle of the screen just right. National Cycle's Flyscreens cost $110 and are available in light or dark tint, with either chrome or black hardware finish. Folks looking for a more traditional windshield for their VLXs may want to check out National Cycle's "Out in Front" package, which includes a windshield, windshield Holdster storage pouch, chrome lowers, light bar, fender tips, and all hardware for $822.