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post #21 of 41 Old 06-18-2018, 08:30 PM
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No interference with throttle tube and grip if it's adjusted properly. If it rubs, loosen the whole assembly and move it in slightly.

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No interference with throttle tube and grip if it's adjusted properly. If it rubs, loosen the whole assembly and move it in slightly.
Appreciate it. Gonna throw them on tonight
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I have a set of these on my naked, great quality, solid units, a bit fiddly to set up initially as all planes of movement are secured with allen grub screws so take a hex key out with you for fettling, but once sorted they are an excellent product. https://puig.tv/en/tuning-motos/rear...responsivetab5


have a pic of these on your bike?
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Here's a recent shot sporting a pair of tomahawk mirrors I got from an online shop. Small and also finicky to set up yet they do provide a rear view that I find to be adequate for open road. Still have my set of oval bar enders that I'll keep for now while I trial these out a bit longer. So far so good and considerably less of a dominating feature than the stockers.
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Here's a recent shot sporting a pair of tomahawk mirrors I got from an online shop. Small and also finicky to set up yet they do provide a rear view that I find to be adequate for open road. Still have my set of oval bar enders that I'll keep for now while I trial these out a bit longer. So far so good and considerably less of a dominating feature than the stockers.
It might come as a bit of a shock for those that know me but that looks half decent for an "F".
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Here's a recent shot sporting a pair of tomahawk mirrors I got from an online shop. Small and also finicky to set up yet they do provide a rear view that I find to be adequate for open road. Still have my set of oval bar enders that I'll keep for now while I trial these out a bit longer. So far so good and considerably less of a dominating feature than the stockers.
It might come as a bit of a shock for those that know me but that looks half decent for an "F". [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/DiscoverySport_net/smilies/tango_face_wink.png[/IMG]
Agreed. If white was an option when I went shopping, I'd have the f. Those mirrors look very similar to mine also.
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It might come as a bit of a shock for those that know me but that looks half decent for an "F".

I am deeply moved and to some extent aroused by your positive comments which have significantly reduced my feelings of inadequacy. Let us now bow our heads in a brief moment of silence and inner contemplation as we soar toward cohesiveness and embrace our diversity.
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I am deeply moved and to some extent aroused by your positive comments which have significantly reduced my feelings of inadequacy. Let us now bow our heads in a brief moment of silence and inner contemplation as we soar toward cohesiveness and embrace our diversity.
Steady now, don't get carried away, especially with the arousal bit.
I wish I could have that effect on my wife.
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Agreed. If white was an option when I went shopping, I'd have the f. Those mirrors look very similar to mine also.

Got a pic of your bike with em' ? Did you also have to adapt a riser spacer to clear the master cylinder?
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I didn't add any additional riser other than the small bit it came with. They actually step in toward me and then go out, if you tried to mount it stepping away from you then up you'd hit the mc or need added height.

Yea, I set mine up with the adapter aiming forward to achieve the set up I was looking for. Otherwise, your bike looks sweet with those mirrors and that windscreen looks cleaner than any I've seen on the naked bike. Nice set up.
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