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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-23-2010, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Will the Y10 F4 mirrors fit on the older bikes?

Does any one know if the new mirrors will fit on our older bike? I like the looks of them and might switch them out if possible.
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When I head over to Pro Italia in the next day or so, Ill take a close look to see if its possible.

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not sure 100% but i think you can't

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as long they have the 2 screw hole same postion as the old model i can't see why it won't fit! i like them also. a nice little upgrade touch.

I feel the need, the need for corner speed!
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What about the 2010 clocks?
I´ve been wondering if they fit the 2006 F4R. They look awsome!
- Mv2envy, could you ask someone in ProItalia if there´s a chance to fit them in? (Probably not...)
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I think it's best to buy a new bike..
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I think it's best to buy a new bike..
Guess you have not seen my bike or some of the other MV's on here
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no they wont fit completly dif mounting like a jap bike
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The mirrors can be made to fit but custom wiring will be needed for the blinkers to work. Forget about the techo, not possible.

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Also, you need to check the contour shape of the fairng where the mirror is mounted is the same.

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