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WH is Width High - the height just before the windshield turns in
WL is Width Low - the height at the widest part near the botton
OH is Overall Height - the overall height of the shield
RH is Relative Height - the height of the shield from the top mounting hole up
|Touring Shields for 2013+ CB500X
WH = 15"
WL = 17"
|Stock WH = 11", WL = 11"||13" = 33cm||
CB500X 2013+ Medium||$185||23" = 57cm||13"
I just put the California Scientific windshield on my new 2016 Honda CB500X ABS. Installation was trivial. And, with my poor, beaten up, arthritic
hands, installations are never "trivial". Bravo. But, wait. I headed out to find out just how well it performed. Wow! My first though was, "Damn my engine
sounds strange." Then I realized I was going 55 mph, and heard NO wind, none. I was finally hearing the engine and tires on the road that had always been
masked by wind noise. The ONLY time I picked up ANY wind sounds was when the wind came from the side. (Only a cage with stop that.) Even at 65 mph, there
was no, NO, wind in my face or ears. Then I realized that my helmet's visor/windscreen was UP, still. I'd never ridden above 35 mph without lowering the
helmet windshield. But, with the California Scientific windshield, I'm leaving my visor up, cooler and much better vision. (I probably ought to look into
a pair of goggles to keep the bugs out of my eyes, now.) Maybe I'll actually be able to hear my Sena comm system and music now. I wonder how the
windshield will perform in the rain. I bet practically all of the rain will just flow up and over. 5 stars - highly recommend to a friend.
-- Mike J
YOU are AMAZING! I've had 5 different windshields for my Honda CB500X, from two different sized Madstad windshields to a National Cycle Vstream to two
different Honda windshields for the bike. Each was windy/loud and/or had painful/annoying buffeting. Yours does NOT! It's been two years of trial and
error and I wish I had chanced upon you first. Thank you, thank you for creating such a wonderful product that truly returns the joy of motorcycle riding.
Do you have a Facebook page that I can like, aside from praising you word of mouth? Thanks and happy TGIF,