I couldn't justify spending almost $400 on name brand mirrors and levers, so I spent $40 and accepted that I might have to put in some handy work
The levers were really cheap, like $22, and I didn't expect them to be perfect. They actually look very good! The fit was not perfect, however.
The clutch lever is a bit too narrow, so it has some slop. I cut up some plastic and squished it in around the bushing and now it's perfect.
The brake lever was actually too thick, so the lever wouldn't return upon release fast enough. It had a little ridge that was in the way. I sanded it down with some 80 grit sand paper I had laying around and it's good now. However, even with the lever adjusted all the way out, I found that I have to pull the lever quite far before it actuates the brake... Which is odd, because I can see it moving the master cylinder right away. I will deal with it for now, but it's definitely not optimal. As long as I make sure to use my 3 middle fingers to brake, I can still brake hard, it's just a little uncomfortably close to the bar.
As for the mirrors, they were also very cheap, $17 for the pair including hardware. They look pretty good, but don't have as much adjustability as the CRG mirrors have and they stick out a bit more. Keep in mind, they cost 1/10th of the price, though... Anyway, the left mirror works GREAT - it's steady, doesn't vibrate, and I can see WAY MORE than I could with the stock mirrors. These mirrors have a slight convexity to them, so you can see about 2x more side-to-side compared to the stock ones. That, combined with them being further out, means you can see a LOT more. IMO, it is spot-on. I included a picture of the stock mirrors and the new ones both mounted, so you can see the difference in zoom.
edit: I took the glass off of the mirror and tightened up the screws. It works great now.
The issue with these mirrors is on the right side. My right side mirror isn't mounted tight enough and it vibrates and shakes at speed (the actual mirror itself, mounted to the little arm with 2 screws). These screws are underneath the glass, so I will have to take the glass off to tighten them... Haven't gotten around to it yet, as I don't have any double sided tape laying around.
I do feel a bit more vibes through my hands now after removing those hefty bar end weights, but it's only noticeable at higher revs on the highway, and my hands are NOT numb when I get off after a ride.
BTW, I tried to flip the stock mirror mounts upside down to hide the screw holes, but the left mount cannot be flipped. The hole for the bar is not centered between the screw holes, so it only fits one way.
See the attached pictures for more details and I will also put links below.
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