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07 GSXR 600
I installed this mirror along with the bar ends that go along with it onto my 07 GSXR 600. I didn't have any issues getting the mirror put together or figuring out how to put it on. Its pretty straight forward. The mirror is a lot smaller than my stock mirrors so its taking some getting used to but the mirror itself is high quality so even though it is small you can still see objects from far away. I am worried about how many times I can remove it on and off before screws start to strip or need to be replaced. I plan on removing it each time I go to the track 2-3 times a month.
September 15, 2014
GARBAGE(get the CRG)
This product is GARBAGE, fell OFF on the freeway while I was Riding.
June 17, 2014
nice design but does not have good function
Good quality. Nice design but mirror lens too small so might not be that functional. Expensive even with sale price
June 9, 2014
Great look,high price
The mirror looks great and very easy to install. I did have an issue with stripping one of the bolts, so take it easy when installing. Price is kinda high but cheaper bar end mirrors are not as stylish
September 9, 2013
This Product is attractive
If you take off your stock mirrors it's best to get some bar end mirrors, better safety than nothing. Great quality, nice finish, on the hi-end price, still gotta buy another one cause its so expensive, "right side of handle bar"
June 12, 2013
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Rob C:They look amazing but they are to small and it's very difficult to see out of them. Plus the outside of my hand kept hitting the mirror bracket. I returned mine and had to pay a 20% restocking fee because I opened the box. They advertise no restocking fee but that's only the item purchased is unopened. So I was SOL. Lesson learned on my end. Rude safe.Aug 2, 2014
James Mannix M:It all depends how tight you have the bolts. There is a pivot where the arm meets the bar end and where the mirror piece meets the arm. They are both adjustable. I keep the mirror piece loose enough to adjust by hand. I think if you were to clip a car, depending on how fast you were going, it would most likely affect steering on some level. Safe travels. Nov 4, 2014
Travis B:they will fold if you don't tighten them down to the point of no movement. i have mine snug and they don't vibrate out of where i put them but i can adjust them if i need to so they still have movement and will fold in some but not completely cause of the way they are designed on the backs of the mirrors where they attachNov 4, 2014
Craig P:They would def move but not fold as you are talking about. Both the arm and mirror are on ball joints so the can be adjust during set up. But they then have an small Allen screws to lock them in place to stop them moving at speed or due to vibration. Nov 3, 2014
Craig P:I just looked up a pick of your bike (nice looking bike ) and I can't even see bar ends .. So yes you'll need the adaptors .. They mount in the end of your bar and then the mirrors mount onto that,.
On my bike I had to replace the factory bar ends with adaptors .,
The adaptors have a recess machined in them that the mirror clamp locates in really well ..
Bloody expensive mirrors but I've been really happy with them, everyone comment on how good they look.Apr 2, 2014
C R:May not. I have grips on my handlebar and I had to cut a 10mm piece off to get to the actual metal core to get the mirrors to clamp down securely. Luckily my grips are made of silicone/rubber so this was easy to do, not so much by the looks of the grips you have. Hope this helps. DarinDec 9, 2013