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Discussion in 'Victory Cross Country' started by James Mathis, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. James Mathis

    James Mathis New Member

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    I just purchased and installed the Madstad brackets and windshield on my 2014 CC. Wow. Just saved a lot of money. I don't have to upgrade my speakers now. I can hear my radio with stock speakers at +80 miles on hour. Can't recommend this product enough. Does exactly what they said it will do.
    Thanks again for all the reviews of this product and info giving to me.

    Rubber side down, shiny side up gents.

    AR
     
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    They make a great product. Just like you I was amazed at how much better I could hear the tunes, their customer service was top notch also, I found that I needed a slightly larger screen and they replaced it no problems.
     
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    Thanks for posting your results with the Madstad. I have read so many good reviews and talked to one of the people on this sight who gave a glowing report I ordered mine this morning. Looks like we have the same year and color.
     
  4. James Mathis

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    You will not be disappointed. And what a nice bike you have!!!!

    AR
     
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    You too my man. Love the mask by the way.
     
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    pics... torn between the LRS shield and the Madstad brackets
     
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    I went through the same process. Starting with the Klockwerks. Then the Cee Bailey Silencer. But after talking to people on this sight and thinking about the infinite adjustability of the Madstad system this makes the most sense. Other windshields bolt on and however it works that's the limitation. However with Madstad being able to move the windshield back and forth along with it's up and down movement you in essence get many windshields in one. And if your not happy Madstad's no nonsense return policy made it a no brainer for me. Whatever you decide I hope it works out for you.
     
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    I'll toss in two more thumbs-up for the Madstad system. I too was hesitant about the looks, but decided function had to matter more. Rather than going down the trial and error road I bought what I knew would work first, rather than after I potentially spent a fortune on shields that didn't cut it.

    When my 13" shield arrived I installed it and was worried that it was too tall. I'm 6'1" with a long torso, so I thought it would be the right size. Sitting on the bike in my garage I felt like I was looking through it so before I risked scratching it I emailed Mark and asked about switching for an 11". He said no problem, but told me to ride it first. Glad I did. What seemed too tall in the garage is totally fine on the road and it provides awesome wind protection for me (and the wife). No more buffeting whatsoever. Still airflow and the feel of being on a bike, but the turbulence and head shaking is gone!
     
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    WOW THAT DOES LOOK TALL
     
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    Been riding the last 2 days with the Madstad system and it works as advertised. Whether I use the Madstad 11 inch windshield which is a bit tall for my 5'8" frame or the stock shorty windshield that came with my bike it works. Great product.
     
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    Hoping something like this will help for my wife while riding 2 up.. she cant handle the buffeting when 50 or above..
     
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    I finally got to ride today with my brackets on for the first time. I gotta say I love it. Even without fine tuning the positioning I can tell a huge difference. I was actually able to ride home with my cap on and didn't feel like it was going to blow away. Very impressed so far.
     
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    My wife came for a ride over the weekend and said the wind was "much better". We hit speeds of 55-60 no problem.
     
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