MadStad Adjustable Windshield Mount aka "The MadStad Bracket"
Model AWM-05. Fits DL650 2004-2011, DL1000 2004-2013 (Does not fit the new 2012+ DL650)
This is the famous MadStad Adjustable Windshield Mount for the Suzuki V-Strom. It replaces the plastic factory bracket making your windshield adjustable for 25 degrees of tilt angle as well as 3" (76mm) of height, without needing tools, without even getting off the bike!
The position adjustment makes your windshield more aerodynamic and allows gobs of air underneath the shield to eliminate any vacuum. This creates smooth airflow and eliminates turbulence, even with the stock windshield. The difference in ride comfort is like night and day.
Any windshield made for the 2004-2011 DL650 or 2004-2013 DL1000 will fit these brackets. They are stainless steel and powder coated satin-black to blend in nicely with the dashboard. All hardware is included along with an Allen wrench to remove the factory bracket and install the MadStad. All you need is a Phillips screwdriver and 5-10 minutes for installation.
- Fits V-Strom DL650 2004-2011, DL1000 2004-2013 (For the 2012+ DL650 you need ME101)
- Fits stock and all aftermarket windshields for the models years above
- Allows windshield tilt angle adjustment of 25 degrees and 3" height adjustment
- Effective in preventive the "buffeting" effect that can occur with the stock screen
- Stainless steel and black powder coated to prevent rust and corrosion
- Includes easy-to-follow instructions
- All installation hardware included
- Installs in 5-10 minutes with Phillips screwdriver and allen wrench (provided)
- Compatible with Pat Walsh Radar/Accessory Shelf (see related products)
- Compatible with GIVI Windshield (see related products)
- Compatible with the "Strombone" GPS mount
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
If you haven't yet installed the Madstad Bracket on your V-Strom, you don't know what you're missing! It's not a matter of IF but WHEN. You'll wonder how you ever rode without it!
After installing your new MadStad bracket, adjust it to half up and half back. From there you can fine tune it to find your perfect "sweet spot".