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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-08-2006, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Rizoma Mirrors!

My mirrors came today, and I know many of you love the CRG lanesplitters, BUT these are better! I can see, I can see!
The build quality is impeccable, and it was less than a five minute swap, with no permanent alteration, I could go back to stock in the same 5 min.

All I can say is NICE!
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OH SHIT!

How much USD? Where'd you get em from?

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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www.casoli.com.au

They have a large selection, these are one of the cheapest actually. It came to just under US$300 after shipping, but because the MV adapters were backordered in Italy, it took almost a month for me to get them, although once they got the adapters in it was only 3 days till I got them (in fact, due to the time change they arrived in LA, CA before they left AU )
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Ahh...I see Carpimoto has a set....both adaptors and mirrors...but damn...$300 for a set of mirrors is a bit steep....

Definitly nice though...my god is that sexy...

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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Yeah, pricey but it's a safety issue primarily. They are completely adjustable and I can see the whole mirror without having to move my head.

Honestly, these are the mirrors that should have come with the bike.

And, yes, they do look very, very nice
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Rizoma makes nice stuff, but for the (ahem) people with larger shoulders, they look like they don't stick out any farther than the originals, or do they??

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Sweet! I had tried to become a Rizoma dealer, but everytime I tried to contact Azione, the sole distributor in the USA, I never got a response. The Rizoma stuff is top notch, nice choice!
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Right now they are only slightly further out than stock, but angled appropriately. I just put them on and I may want to put them lower and further out--they are adjustable at EVERY connection, and you can position the mirror just about anywhere, i.e. you can rotate the stem lower to put the mirror further outboard.

Yeah, I contacted Azione and they said they could not get them at this time, but the transaction with Casoli was flawless, they deserve props for such seamless exporting.
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Those look sweet!!!
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sorry I'm not feelin' those, to each his own

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