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Why one sticker?????

Does anybody know why there is only a sticker on one of the F4RR mirrors???? There are two stickers on the tank, why not on the mirrors?? Weight saving?? Is it the reason they could keep the price to 17,999 rather than 18k???
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The Tamburini / F4CC / 312R all have only one decal on the LHS (riders perspective) mirror. Must be an MV thing.
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Dave, I'd ask for a new sticker...that one is all fuzzy!

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Thanks for pointing that out Chuck.
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Marketing. The sticker on the left is for on coming traffic as in a city. Only the left side mirror can been seen, unless you live in England, so putting a sicker on the other mirror is a waste of money.

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Less is more. I prefer it just on the one mirror.

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no no..not for marketing...what about UK & japan & other places where cars drive on the wrong side of the road and they never see that mirror?

I'm an Industrial Designer...and "WE" (designers) decide where/how many logo's & stickers go.
From design standpoint...it is MORE "elegant" & cleaner if it's only on 1 side.

And things that are "symetrical" tend to look more borring, so designers try to "sneak-in" any assymentry they can to make the bike/car etc to look more "interesting"

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no no..not for marketing...what about UK & japan & other places where cars drive on the wrong side of the road and they never see that mirror?

I'm an Industrial Designer...and "WE" (designers) decide where/how many logo's & stickers go.
From design standpoint...it is MORE "elegant" & cleaner if it's only on 1 side.

And things that are "symetrical" tend to look more borring, so designers try to "sneak-in" any assymentry they can to make the bike/car etc to look more "interesting"
.....aghhh, hence the lop sided asymmetrical face on the bimmer.
They definitely snuck that one in !!!!

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