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Terrific screen, easy install
Ordered this to replace the tiny windscreen that comes stock on my Honda NC700X. It's beautifully curved and fit perfectly, going on in 5 minutes flat using just the 4 stock screws with Torx heads. I can see how this would be a major plus especially on cold mornings or when the breeze picks up.
It does such a thorough job eliminating wind on the chest I found myself wondering whether I would get enough breeze in the height of summer. It does exactly the job you buy it for. It would be very easy to swap back the small screen seasonally if you want to do that.
May 5, 2014
Easy installation, still some buffeting
I'm 6'6" so a tall windscreen is a must. Even with this, the tallest I could find I still get some buffeting, but it is much better than the stock windscreen. Very easy installation. 4 screws and you're done. Fit's perfectly in place of the OEM windshield.
November 7, 2012
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Timothy J:Yes, it fits perfectly and works great. I'm 6'-1" and it gives just the right amount of wind protection for me. You still get some wind, but it's off the chest and I don't feel much buffeting around my head.
Benny S:I bought this last year for my nc700x. It is a direct fit and excellent quality. National windscreen also offers one as well. My bike isn't a dct but I assume there would not be any differences.May 12, 2015
John W:This screen extends about 11.5 inches back from the (black colored) support fairing, but that is at an angle. To get an accurate idea of how tall it is, stand at the front of your bike, take a tape measure and measure straight vertically 19 inches up from exact center top of your headlight (where the "V" shape dips to a center point.)
I don't have access to the Bailey's screen but from pictures I see, it seems to be perhaps just a tad taller. Personally I think the Givi styling goes better with the bike but of course that's entirely subjective.Aug 13, 2014
Benny S:The Giving windscreen is 19 and 1/4 inches from center to top. I've been pleased with it. The fit is exact and looks nice. The air flow hits me about at shoulder height which is tolerable.Aug 13, 2014
Timothy J:The width at the top of the screen is approx. 11" which stays consistent until it reaches the "flare" toward the bottom where it changes to 15" at it's widest point - this is a "projected" dimension (measured straight across from edge to edge), not a dimension measured around the curve of the screen, which would be greater.
I'm 6'-1" with a long torso and the windscreen keeps all the wind off my central torso, a huge improvement from the stock screen. I hope that helps.Jul 17, 2014