I have a Madstad on my CTX, it works very well. The easy adjustability for angle and height allows variance for temperature or weather conditions by changing the air flow. Madstad makes a quality product.
I am 5'7" with a 29" inseam. My preference is to too look over the top of the w/s, ! do not need another layer of plastic to peer thru. The V300 fork angle is 65 degrees(called the neutral angle), measured with mobile phone app. Ordered the very tallest screen with a light gray tint. Why? Experience, you can always cut it shorter and the light tint reduces daylight glare in certain sunny conditions. Also, it looks better if you can keep it at the lowest position on the m/c and can block more air from below the w/s.
Simple install, looks strange being so far out in front of the fascia. Placed some tape on the w/s for future height adjustment.
I test rode it on the max bottom position at 60 degree angle, maximum 60mph, hmm , where is all this air coming from? The OEM blocks more air. OK, bottom portion was allowing a huge amount of air thru. Stopped, still at bottom position but changed the angle to the steepest (oops didn't check angle), that stopped the excessive bottom flow air. No, buffeting but still a lot of air flowing for a much bigger w/s.
Got back home, cut 1/1/2" off the top where I had adjusted the tape on the w/s. Then I got
I reversed the brackets, had to take them apart, this brought the entire w/s 1 1/2" closer to the m/c. One downside is at the lowest position there is possible contact with the green fascia. Mitigated this with three layers of clear, plastic moving tape on the fascia. The clear vinyl skin protector products would be better but I didn't have any on hand. The other downside is the angle is stuck at 60 degrees, if I raised the screen to the top position the max screen angle is 75 degrees. Of course this goes on a somewhat sliding scale as you raise it up. V300 looks better with the w/s tucked back 1 1/2".
If you reverse the brackets, use your camera or paper to 'capture' the before or you might get frustrated. Suggest reversing the allen/plastic lock nut 'pivot bolt' be reversed for easier tightening (shouldn't ever be needed).
Check your lock to lock clearance, mine was tight with Cycle Gears Trackside two point mounted hand guards (like Barkbuster).
Need to do some test rides, will report later. Weather sucks!
OK, test ride to 70+ mph. Now, it seems like there is a windshield in front of me. The angle range is 60 degrees from top to bottom and 77 degrees from the mid to top position because the bracket hits the front fairing near the mount. IMO, 60 degrees seems VERY GOOD, I would like to get to 65 at the bottom position just as a test, but that is not possible with the brackets.
(( IMO, the fork angle 65 degrees is a neutral angle, if you go higher that puts pressure on the front end, if you go lower that relieves pressure on the front end. It acts like a steering damper. Naturally the wind flow changes with the angle, the gap between the windshield and the fairing should stop any pressure on your back, pushing you forward. Higher angle creates more drag and kicks the wind stream higher.))
Notes to Madstad:
Looks and Performance improvement.
1. Drill another pivot bolt hole beside the first one. Change your ship-build setup and reverse the brackets and place the pivot bolt in this new second position. Add a note that the customer may want to try both of these positions for the pivot bolt. This moves the w/s closer to the bike, looks better and decreases the wind blast from below. Second position would allow customers to try less than a 60 degree angle at the bottom position.
2. Forget the frosted look, makes the Kawasaki green look sick. Leave it off or paint it black.
I will copy this post and email to Madstad.
W/S is working great, no clearance problems with the new holes. Very good angle adjustment
and the screen sits low with max height adjustment available if I need it in bad weather.
A redundant tip; order the screen much taller, you can always trim it.