Lower Deflectors Kit for Triumph Thunderbird Storm (2011 & Up)
Lower Deflectors Kit for Triumph Thunderbird Storm (2011 & Up)

Lower Deflectors Kit for Triumph Thunderbird Storm (2011 & Up)

RKTR-TS11-RL13-CL

Regular price$179.95
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  • Madstad Quick-Release Lower Deflectors for Triumph Storm (2011 & Up)


    This is an ADD-ON product. 

    It requires that you already have the Madstad touring shield system. These lowers will NOT attach without the touring shield brackets. This kit includes: 

    • Quick-detach lowers brackets
    • 13" tall lower deflectors
    • All required mounting hardware 

    You can order these to match your touring shield color.   (PHOTO SHOWS MOUNTED WITH REQUIRED COMPLETE WINDSHIELD SYSTEM)

    Transform your ride
    These optional quick release lower deflectors block lower airflow which often rides up your legs and creates turbulence. Combined with the Madstad touring shield they will noticeably improve your comfort. They snap on and off in seconds so if decide you don't want them on for around-town riding, they can easily come off.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 245 reviews
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    John Gotta
    Looks great!

    Easy to install. Puts wind over my helmet and removes chest pressure. Took a little bit find the right height and angle but once there is great.

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    Ian M
    Impressed

    Replaced the OEM screen on my new Yamaha Super Tenere shortly after purchasing the bike. Went with the 22” screen with medium tint. It’s not cheap but custom made for my motorcycle.

    It’s approx 5” taller than the stock shield. Quality of the windshield and bracket is impressive. The bracket alone is a huge improvement over the finicky Yamaha bracket. I would faff about adjusting it, not the Madstad, super easy and fast to fine tune. The ability to adjust the angle and height of the windshield is great. I’m still tweaking it for my personal taste- not sure about looking through the screen, helmet buffeting is minimal and likely eliminated once I get the perfect degree of tilt.

    The Madstad is very quiet and I can ride at Hwy speeds with my face shield wide open even when the screen is not at the max height. Highly recommend.

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    Gary Bell
    Madstad - 2023 Harley Fat Bob

    I recently installed a Madstad windshield on my 2023 Harley Fat Bob and so far, I couldn't be happier.

    The install was very easy, the windshield works great and is easy to remove.

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    Ron Wright
    Good coverage go highway

    Originally got 18 dark. The 24 tinted gives more coverage & protection for highway travels. Seems a bit off symmetrically, brackets are not bent. In lowest position I still look over it, I’m 5’8”. This is my 4th MadStad.

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    Erin F.
    1996 Goldwing

    Replaced a very tall windshield on the Goldwing with the Madstad and have put about 400 miles down with it. The adjustability is excellent, lower it for 1up riding, pull it up for the Mrs. Still get a little wind but no buffering. I highly recommend it, follow the video for sizing. Great product.


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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