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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-03-2017, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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New mirrors & new blinkers...

So after 4 years of ownership with my F4 I decided to ditch the OEM mirrors and turn signals. I did add a tail tidy and the blinkers for the rear arrive tomorrow. So far I am liking the look!

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-03-2017, 11:25 PM
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It’s your bike, your choice.

I don’t understand how anyone can remove the mirrors. They are the best looking flawless mirror of any existing bike today. Not only are they sexy, they function very well too!
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Itís your bike, your choice.

I donít understand how anyone can remove the mirrors. They are the best looking flawless mirror of any existing bike today. Not only are they sexy, they function very well too!
Your joking right?

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I actually find them quite functional.

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I use them to check my hair before I put on my helmet.

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I can see in them fine if I lift my elbow a bit..... but you're riding an F4 !!! What's behind me is not important !!

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Itís your bike, your choice.

I donít understand how anyone can remove the mirrors. They are the best looking flawless mirror of any existing bike today. Not only are they sexy, they function very well too!
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I agree that they are the best looking mirrors I have ever seen on a bike. However as for functionality, they are so so. I can see ok if I lift my elbow but I have seen better functioning mirrors. For me they don't function poorly enough to replace with a less attractive option.
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I can see in them fine if I lift my elbow a bit..... but you're riding an F4 !!! What's behind me is not important !!
The mirrors are important to check your friends with Japanese bikes that a minute before asked if your MV can handle their speed and of course you don't want to loose them
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