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I have solved the dust in the cab of the Honda Talon. I have seen and tried almost all of the things people suggest. No window, front window & rear window, half window, doors, no doors. None of them work as well as what I have done. I have a Dirt Warrior glass front window with the huge lower vents, and also modified a set of Can Am “A” post wind deflectors to fit a found roll bar. When it’s cold I can close the windshield vents and Can Am deflectors. When open, there is virtually no dust in the cab. It doesn’t do much for the heat in the floorboard area, but does take care of the dust. I’m currently working on getting rid of the heat now.
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What did you do to modify the "A" Post deflectors...I'm going to do this.

I have solved the dust in the cab of the Honda Talon. I have seen and tried almost all of the things people suggest. No window, front window & rear window, half window, doors, no doors. None of them work as well as what I have done. I have a Dirt Warrior glass front window with the huge lower vents, and also modified a set of Can Am “A” post wind deflectors to fit a found roll bar. When it’s cold I can close the windshield vents and Can Am deflectors. When open, there is virtually no dust in the cab. It doesn’t do much for the heat in the floorboard area, but does take care of the dust. I’m currently working on getting rid of the heat now. View attachment 2664 View attachment 2665
 

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My buddy put them on his RZR last ride and he said they worked great. They make them for he Talon and pioneers now…as well as others.


 
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