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CRG Arrow Bar End Mirror

The CRG Arrow Bar End Mirror is the ideal application for modern performance sportbikes and naked sportbikes. Aerodynamic styling in billet aluminum construction gives a superior, unobstructed view of the road behind. In keeping with the exceptional quality of all CRG products, the Arrow Bar End Mirror is an eloquent and minimalist design. 

Features:

  • Unique multi-position mounting system
  • Aerodynamic design
  • 6061-T6 aluminum CNC machined billet construction
  • Automotive quality convex mirror glass
  • Anodized aluminum
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • Detent hinging allows for added clearance in tight conditions and reduced width for bike storage
  • Sold each

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CRG Arrow Bar End Mirror 4.5 5 28 28
Well made, but not great for traffic First off - these mirrors look great and the construction is top notch. The major problem is that, when installed as recommended, they do not flip out of the way for lane splitting. They add about 4-6 inches to the width of your bars, which is unacceptable to me. They were completely unusable in traffic. Other bar-end mirrors flip back, while the CRG Arrow only rotates, and it rotates right into your knuckles. Dumb. The best way to use these is to install them upside-down, so they're running under your bars. If you're ok with that, they're great, but that isn't how they're advertised. My recommendation is only to buy these if you plan on running them upside down. August 10, 2015
Excellent Quality and Customer Service I put one on my '13 CB500F and couldn't be happier. The stock mirrors were useless for me as no matter how I adjusted them my arms were always in the way of what I wanted to see. I thought the price was a bit high for what it was, but being able to see to my side and behind me without taking my eyes off of what's in front is a priceless investment. Don't get me wrong, still always check your blind spot, but it does serve as another set of eyes. With that said CRG PROVIDES EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE. I neglected to tighten the screws enough once the mirror was set and ended up losing a few pieces and almost the mirror. I emailed CRG with pictures of what I needed to make it functional again and Mark from CRG was quick to ship the missing pieces to me to get my mirror functional again. I currently only have this mirror on my left, but when the funds present themselves, I do intend to buy another for my right. QUALITY and CUSTOMER SERVICE make this a worthwhile investment. August 3, 2015
awesome viewing and looks Mirrors work great over stock mirrors. only issue i have is the one i got the vertical or horizontal adjustment is messed up so i had to hold it in place then try to get it tight locked into place. other than that works awesome dont even notice vibration July 28, 2015
Looks Great Fantastic looking, Great visibility. Love that they fold down and under for when the bike is parked in front of the strip joint, no dummy can run into them and break them. July 20, 2015
Trying to win the $100 gift card (and help you all out) So I could really use the $100 gift card (Revzilla - bro) But about the CRG mirror: It's sick. I installed it in 5 minutes and have tested it up to 140mph so far. I know it'd hold on no matter how fast I go. The field of view isn't bad and I like it. I roll with only one mirror on the right side and it's enough. If you need any help with questions about instillation or whatnot, reach out. Mine's on a 2014 Monster 1200s. June 15, 2015
Awesome upgrade from the factory mirrors! Very easy to install, took less than 15 minutes. Had to use bar end adapters for my Ducati Monster 1200s but everything was easy to figure out and install. These things are solid! No shaking, no vibration, no distortion, I can actually see behind me AND know what I'm looking at instead of guessing that the blur I see is a car. Only downside is the price, compared to similar models these are significantly more expensive. The quality and the look are worth it for me. June 5, 2015
Stylish & Functional Compared to the OEM mirrors on the CB500F, these are fantastic. I can see behind me, not just my shoulders and arms. The fit and finish appear to be high quality, and there's no vibes to deal with whatsoever (at least not until you're hitting 75+, even then it's not bad at all). The option to fold them in is very useful for tight spots (lanesplitting or garage fits). Installed in under 30 minutes. No swapping of bar end weights necessary for me (just moved my controls in a tad to make room). If you can get over the initial cost, they're worth it in my mind...and a much better look than the CB300F swap others are doing for the 500F. June 1, 2015
Looks great but needs to be more functional. the styling of the product is great and goes great with my streetfighter SV650 the problem is actually using the mirrors. I have to lean or adjust an arm to look in to them while in a normal riding position. Unless your handlebars are up high I would suggest a different set. April 20, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Marcelo F: i needed 2 mirrors Aug 19, 2015
Venkatesh N: Like the Looks and Quality of these mirrors. They go really well with my Monster 1100 Evo. Jul 1, 2015
B D S: Looks great! Your videos are a HUGE help. Love the website!! Apr 23, 2015
Mitch K: The style seemed to fit with the street fighter build of my bike. The product still seems to be over price for what it is. Apr 3, 2015
Ken T: sleek and clean looking. Feb 20, 2015
Guadalupe M: looks great. Feb 20, 2015
Rene d: They look great on my friends Panigale, and I ground down my Rizoma Spy R :-( Dec 30, 2014
David S: Sleek style and Trusted brand name Dec 1, 2014
Edward L: Will use this in on my left side in conjunction with my stock. Cant have to much vision of my surroundings. Nov 25, 2014
Greg P: so I can look Jul 4, 2014
Erick E: The small profile with the smooth yet agressive look of these bar end mirrors is perfect for anyone looking to streamline there bike. Everyone has circle bar end mirrors! I want to stand out from everyone else. The point of buying aftermarket parts for your bike/BABY is to put YOUR own look and soul into your pride and joy! Jun 6, 2014
William N: I purchased a second bar end mirror because I am currently only running one and I've developed a terrible vibration/buzz in the handle bar end that doesn't have a mirror attached it. I hope installing this second mirror will help illuminate the vibration. May 5, 2014
Barry C: I have CRG Hindsights and they are outstanding quality. These arrows better fit the styling of the Hypermotard. Apr 22, 2014
pieter m: I think these will add some more style to my MT09. i also ride with elbows up from years of motocross and the stock mirrors dont offer me much rear viz. Apr 2, 2014
Mike P: Didn't like the stock mirrors Mar 30, 2014
colin h: Purchased one of these mirrors for my speed triple. Having broad shoulders factory mirrors have never offered a clear view of whats behind me. The CRG mirror mounted quickly, solidly and offers me a much better view than the factory mirrors. Very happy! Feb 23, 2014
Gabriel A: I need a mirror that is functional without the original mirrors, based on the ratings these will work for me. Dec 25, 2013
Royford P: previous items like these items look very nice on my bike. Dec 16, 2013
Daren M: the images of the mirrors on the fz-09 sold me. Dec 9, 2013
Michael S: They look great, are wildly adjustable. Nov 1, 2013
Michael S: Looks a lot better than my stock mirrors Oct 10, 2013
chris s: bucks back! Aug 25, 2013
A shopper asked: So is it $98.95 for one mirror or two? Feb 6, 2015
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Anand K: One, but totally worth it in my book. Looks great and awesome field of vision. I want another pair for my other bike. Feb 9, 2015
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Alexandra H: It's been a while since I purchaed them but I got two mirrors in my order. I believe you buy each mirror individually. Feb 9, 2015
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Fredric B: One Mirror, and you need the adaptors. Feb 9, 2015
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Scott B: One. Pricey, but they're really nice. Feb 9, 2015
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Eric K: Price is for a single mirror Feb 9, 2015
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Michael S: $98.95 is for one mirror. Feb 9, 2015
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Nhan T: One. Feb 9, 2015
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Andy D asked: I want to install this on a 2013 Ducati Monster evo. Are the CRG arrow mirrors designated specifically for the left and right side or can I just buy 2 mirrors to fit each end? Also will I need an internal/bar end adapter? Thanks! Apr 6, 2014
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Lars B: There is no right and left, it's universal. Just buy two and you'll be fine.
On my Streetfighter I needed the bar end adapter, so my guess is for the monster you'll need it as well. Besides what I like about the adapters is that they mount the mirrors just that inch further out. You'll be amazed at how much you can see behind you with these and they are very solid with no vibration compared to stock. Sure at 100+mph they do shake like everything else would.
Apr 6, 2014
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CARLO Q: Should be able to just buy 2 mirrors. Didn't notice any left/right distinctions. Installed on a Streetfighter 848, I needed bar ends. You could try to cut some of the grip ends off to have it grip the bar directly, but bar ends were the cleanest and most secure install. Looks a lot cleaner. Apr 7, 2014
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Andy D: Thanks man, this is really helpful. Apr 7, 2014
rhys r: You will need bar end adapters made my crg and they are ambidextrous I have them on either side of the bars on my ktm 990r duke Apr 6, 2014
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Clarke B: The Arrow mirrors can be used on the left or right side... they are not side specific like the Hindsight mirrors Apr 6, 2014
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Stefan L: Andy, yes, you can just buy two of the mirrors and use them for either left or right side. You will need a bar end mirror adapter, unless you want to make a custom adapter which I was able to make for the BM F800R I had, mainly though because BMW uses a threaded bar end weight. Depending on the handlebar you use, you could slide up your throttle and the left grip and mount the mirrors directly onto the handlebar, if you still have enough room for all the controls to work safely. In my opinion, the best solution for your Ducati would be purchasing a set of bar end sliders that already has a groove for the mirrors. Motovationusa has those for your Ducati. The internal bar end adapter offered by CRG works, but it does not provide a bar end slider.
The mirrors are excellent and provide a much better view than most stock mirrors. Enjoy and cheers.
Apr 6, 2014
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Jeffrey P: Yes, just buy 2 mirrors. They are not left/right specific and you will need the adaptors. Apr 6, 2014
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Pedro G: You buy the same mirror twice it works either way. Apr 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do I need an adapter piece(s) for this to attach this to my 2013 Ducato streetfighter 848? Oct 14, 2013
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Bret P: Howdy! I actually have a SF848 myself. You need the CRG Billet Internal Adapters, oh and make sure to buy two of them! Its the cleanest install that you can buy for these mirrors.
These mirrors totally change the look of this bike, probably my favorite little upgrade so far.

Cheers.
Oct 15, 2013
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CARLO Q: Technically no. You can use the mirrors and clamp them directly to your bars, but that would force you to cut your grips so they could clamp directly to the bar. The adapters were the easier choice for me. Oct 17, 2013
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Andrew N: On my 2011 Diavel, I need the bar end adaptors to make it work. Not sure about the Streetfighter. If you don't need them, return them. Oct 14, 2013
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Devin B: I have a 2012 Ducati Diavel and needed to buy the adapter. So, there is a 95% likelyhood that you will need it as well. Oct 14, 2013
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Jeffrey P: Yes, the adapter piece is needed. I run them on both my 848 Corse SE and my Panigale 1199. Oct 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: These will be going on a Ducati Streetfighter S. I just wanted to make sure I don't need adapters for this particular model's bars? May 10, 2014
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Paul K: I've got a Monster 1100evo but definitely had to buy the CRG bar ends - am positive you will too for your Streetfighter. The mirrors actually clamp to the CRG bar end rather than securing between the bar end and the bar. BTW - the mirrors work great; much better than the Duc stocks. May 17, 2014
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rhys r: You shouldn't need it, they adjust the tension in the bars with a screw like masonry bolts. I'd say it will fit. May 10, 2014
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Jeffrey P: Yes, you need the adapters. It is what the mirrors are connected to. May 10, 2014
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Matt J: You will need the adapters! May 10, 2014
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Yang W asked: Hi, I have a 2011 CBR250R. Will these mirrors need an adapter to fit to my bike? Nov 1, 2014
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Derek M: Hi Yang
You will need the adapters for these mirrors to fit properly and are a easy fit to your handlebars.
Excellent product and very very happy with these mirrors which I fitted to monster 1200S 2014
Enjoy ??
Nov 1, 2014
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Ely T: I have an 07 r6 with the d2 grips and I had to machine some adapters but an awesome mirror and well worth the time and money. Nov 1, 2014
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Joel W: They fit with the help of a file on the Honda bar end Nov 1, 2014
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Reymund D asked: I have a 2014 Yamaha R6. I was wondering if it will fit perfectly or will I have to get an adapter for it? Jul 24, 2014
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Scott R: I would get the adapters. easy to install and the mirror then fits perfectly. Good high quality product. Jul 24, 2014
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Reymund D: Thanks! Just ordered a set along with the bar end adapters! Aug 7, 2014
alexander g: I bought the CRG bar end adapters to push them as far out as I could and they work great. Jul 24, 2014
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Reymund D: Thanks! Just ordered a set along with the bar end adapters! Aug 7, 2014
Chris C: You will need a bar end adapter. Jul 24, 2014
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Reymund D: Thanks! Just ordered a set along with the bar end adapters! Aug 7, 2014
A shopper asked: Hey, I just purchased a 2014 FZ-09 and intend on upgrading to CRG Arrow Bar End Mirror. Will I need the mounting kit or will they fit with the stock bars without the additional hardware? Cheers! Dec 16, 2013
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Michael S: The mounting kit didn't work for my Street Triple because the stock handlebars are threaded on the inside. I picked up some bar end sliders which left space for the CRGs. Feb 9, 2014
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Casey J: I'm not sure about your particular model, but I can say that I've purchased these mirrors for 2 different bikes and needed the internal adaptor/mounting kit for both due to the mirrors not staying in place without it. Dec 17, 2013
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chris s: im not sure on your bike but after getting these i wouldt mount any other way than mounting kit Dec 17, 2013
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Rami S asked: Will these mirrors fold IN or UP? To help while lane splitting? Jun 13, 2015
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Alexandra H: Yeah they fold up and down to help with lane splitting. They have three or four different lock positions both up and down so you can have them stay at different angles Jun 14, 2015
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Rami S: Ok thanks, The video is quite misleading. He says it only moves a notch up or down. Jun 14, 2015
Steven N: They flip up and down Jun 14, 2015
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Andrew C asked: Hello,

I have a '14 Monster 1200. I took the left rear view mirror off with a counter-clockwise twist and it was easy. So, I expect the right rear view mirror to be counter clockwise. I wrenched on it and stripped the aluminum hex wrench that comes with the bike. I bought some bolt loosener and a steel hex wrench. Before I go back there and give it all I have, can I get confirmation that it's counter clockwise?

I've been reading forums from years back saying their Monster 750s were clockwise on the right mirrors.

Thanks!
Jun 4, 2015
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Derek M: Hi Andrew
I have the 1200s excellent choice mate
The right hand side mirror retaining bolt is righthand thread (clockwise thread) & the left hand side mirror retaining bolt is lefthand thread (counterclockwise) as when I removed the stock mirrors for bar end mirrors I had to get shorter retaining bolts for the master cylinder brackets on both sides from a specialist bolt supplier

Enjoy the ride

Derek
Jun 4, 2015
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Daren M: In my limited experience, the mirrors on all the bikes I have owned have been threaded in one direction on one side, and in the opposite direction on the other. Jun 4, 2015
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Andrew C: Thanks Daren! I always thought "leftie-loosie" and went clockwise enough to make it pop open...it worked. Thanks! Jun 4, 2015
A shopper asked: Looking at getting these mirrors. I have a 2012 versys not sure if I need the adapters or not? Oct 4, 2014
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Nhan T: If you want these mirrors, you will need the adapters. If you want adapters that are also bar end sliders, look at adapters from rhino moto. Oct 4, 2014
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Gerard B: This part does not look like it will fit any bike without the addapter. I think it's wise to get those too Oct 4, 2014
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Vaibhav D asked: Will I need adapters for my 2014 Kawasaki Z1000? Sep 18, 2014
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Casey J: Not too sure about your Z1000, but on my 2009 R6, the mirror wouldn't hold in place without it. Sep 18, 2014
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rhys r: Yes u need adapters for all bikes Sep 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Looking to buy the oberon bar end LED's, will these work with those turn signals? Dec 23, 2013
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Vinh D: No, unless you make some sort of groove so the mirror can attach to your handlebar. I don't think the Oberon bar end LEDs have a groove where this mirror can attach. Dec 23, 2013
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chris s: depends on the diameter.. Id suggest get turn signals that are block off plates and signals in one imo. Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have Rizoma Universal Standard Bar Ends, will I still need the CRG Internal billet adaptor to mount the CRG Arrows or will I be able to use my Rizoma bar ends to mount the mirrors ?

Please suggest.
Jul 1, 2015
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Sean E: It all depends on the diameter of the bar ends. These are sized to fit on the end of the handle bar. The diameter of my bar ends was bigger than the bars so I had to machine a groove in my bar ends to mount these. Aug 20, 2015
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Juston K asked: So anybody know for a 2007 triumph Daytona 675 if I would need the bar end adaptor and if so would I need a 7/8" or 1"? I'm going to be picking up the bike next week and it doesn't have any mirrors on it and I don't feel like riding 3 hours blind lol. Thank! May 12, 2015
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Andre W: Most euro bikes are 7/8 and most Harleys will be 1 inch. Jul 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2013 r6 and wth the adapter would I need to cut out the rubber thing in the middle on my grip or just screw it if? Mar 22, 2015
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Alexandra H: No, you just unscrewed. The bike they went on had a cap, we took the cap off and just screwed it in. Mar 22, 2015
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Gerald M asked: Hello, I have a yamaha r6 and I was wondering if I get the mirror would I need to remove the rubber pice in the grip for the adaptor?, thank you. Oct 28, 2014
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Gerard B: Hi Gerald,
Im not sure but I dont think its a problem. The adapter is universal so I think it would fit any bike with a standard bar size. Anyway I think they look super cool so they're definitely worth buying.
Nov 12, 2014
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A S asked: Has anyone installed these on a 2015 Ducati Monster 821? Im assuming i will need to purchase the adapters as well? Aug 11, 2015
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Rami S asked: Has anyone installed these on a 2014 Ducati Monster 1200 without the CRG bar ends? Jun 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a KTM SM-T with handguards. Do you think they will work with the handguards? Aug 12, 2014
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