Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)
Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)

Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N & NC700S (2012 & Up)


Regular price$453.00

  • Madstad Adjustable Windshield System for Honda CTX700N / NC700S (2012 & Up)

    What's included
    Our complete drop-in system is custom-made for your bike and includes everything needed to mount and position the shield. Your bike will not require any modification.

    • A set of Madstad adjustable brackets
    • Acrylic windshield
    • Aluminum Texturized Mounting Crossbar
    • Center air deflector
    • All required mounting hardware 

      You can also pair with our optional Lowers Kit add-on for the ultimate calm cockpit experience!

      The custom shield bolts to the brackets out in front of your instrument cluster. With the shield separated from the front of the bike you can adjust it for the optimum height, angle and airflow. This lets you set the shield for your particular height and riding position while pulling lots of air underneath it which is critical for smooth comfortable wind protection for both driver and passenger.

      Extend your riding season by getting the cold air off of your legs. Our optional Lower Deflectors Kit blocks the lower air that hits your legs and pushes up to your body. Combined with this windshield system you will have a more calm and quiet cockpit, turning your CTX700N into a comfort touring machine. 

      All Madstad windshields are made from 3/16" (4.5 mm) thick cast acrylic.

      Colors & sizing
      All our windshields come in three color options (clear, medium gray and dark gray), as well as multiple sizes. Here are our best guidelines for measuring to find your optimal windshield size:

      How to measure video:

      1) Review provided photo to determine the measuring point on the bike.

      2) Measure up from the measuring point, maintaining the angle of the forks (two wheeled vehicles, 55-60 degrees for other models).  

      3) Select the windshield size that will be aligned to mouth level.

      All of our adjustable brackets have at least 2" of up down range to fine tune the fit and about 15 degrees of angle adjustment used to dial in clean air.

      Transform your ride
      Madstad's patented mounting system allows riders to adjust the height and angle of their motorcycle windshield resulting in much smoother airflow, better wind protection and a more comfortable ride than any fixed windshield can provide.

      Customer Testimonial
      "I was able to get a little free time over the weekend to install the new windscreen on my Honda CTX-700. All I can say is, Wow! I can now ride with my full face shield open and I have absolutely no buffeting at all. This morning I rode the bike on my 60 mile commute to work at 65 to 70 mph and the ride was very comfortable. The product is well designed and the fabrication first rate."
      - Ray H., Wilmington, NC

      Riding is believing
      With the windshield separated from the fairing riders now have control over the height and angle of the shield to eliminate the vacuum that is the primary cause of most turbulence. The result? Smooth airflow placed exactly where it’s desired. Most customers have found that they can actually get better wind protection with our smaller adjustable shield rather than a larger fixed one. You don't have to compromise wind protection to enjoy the open-air motorcycling experience!

      Returns & exchanges
      See our return/exchange policy details under FAQs, and buy with confidence.

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 45 reviews
      Benjamin Diaz
      So flexible!

      The best thing about the Madstad system, is the fact that you can adjust the shield in so many positions. The bracket is easily changed for various conditions. The wind is no longer a factor when it comes to fatigue. I recommend the Madstad system enthusiastically!

      Robert Pradella
      What a difference.

      Blown away, well not by the wind blast. I’m 6’2”, and ordered the 22” screen. And the original wind shield whilst looking perfectly on the bike created horrific buffeting of my helmet anything over 40 MPH. The first ride was with the windshield all the way down and forward. Immediately I noticed how much quieter the ride was. And even partially standing up to see where the air hits my helmet it’s just super smooth air. Not rough and no buffeting. Other than pure comfort the quiet really does let you hear comms. I can actually feel the bass and hear my music clearly with my Cardo Packtalk. I fully recommend Madstad for delivering their promise of a wonderfully comfortable and quiet ride, and the quality of craftsmanship is second to none. Everything is well made and the windscreen itself is absolutely beautiful. Thank you to Madstad!

      The Right Fit

      My Honda CTX seems to lean a little more than I am comfortable with. Tried several different plates and pads to no avail. This Madstad fits perfectly and is a well thought out piece of engineering. Now I can get a good night's sleep not worrying my bike is going to tip over.

      Don Pussehl
      2024 Honda Monkey 125

      The engineering, fit and finish are all very impressive. Been monkeying around with the height and rake, will take some time to find the best compromise. The cold air sure tells you when you head the wrong way off of a mid setting which seems to work the best with the 14 in screen.

      Richard Magalotti
      Excelleng engineering.

      Just installed the Madstadt windshield on my Triumph Bonneville T120; ordered it online and it showed up about 5 business days later; packaged very well with all necessary hardware and good instructions. Gregs video pn the Triumph forum was a great help also except I used a rubber mallet where Greg used a hammer.

      Found using my torque wrench that to loosen the lower fork bolt took about 44nm; the upper took about 30nm; therefore, tightened them accordingly at attachment time. Later, per the Triumph shop manual, I found that the torque settings are 45nm and 24nm.

      Per the Mastadt video using the cardboard measuring device, my mouth lined up to the 21 inch line; I was 6' 2" in my younger days; hence, I ordered the 22 inch model. After installation, my eyes sighted about 2 inches above the top with the shield at its lowest setting (1 inch above headlight). Shield was parallel to the front fork. Initial ride around the subdivision had the air flow just flowing on the top of my toboganned head - otherwise bald. Maybe a few more adjustments to fine tune it. Did notice, I could hear the engine better. Later, on the road, above 55, my helmet experienced a significant amount of buffeting; working to get the shield adjusted better.

      Have to say that Madstadt Engineering did an excellent job on the precision of the components; all were easy to fit together. Easy to attach and de-attach; without the windshield, the mounts are barely visible.

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      Johann Borenstein

      “I have a stack of other windshields. I've bought over the years before I discovered the Madstad system, and none of them compare. Do yourself a favor and just buy the Madstad first!"

      Murphy Motors

      “Long rides at freeway speeds were the worst because of the buffeting. I installed the 18" Madstad screen, keeping it at the lowest setting, and the buffeting is gone. I now have a nice quiet air flow around my head and upper torso, regardless of speed.”

      Scott Beal