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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-04-2015, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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1090 RR Mirror Glass

Anyone know if there's a separate part number for just the mirror glass? If not...WHY?

Riding home last night in the dark and had something come flying at me, bang off the tank and smack me in the chest. Little plastic doo-dads that the ball joint ring fits around had broken off! Luckily, scratches were light, but can't seem to find a part number for just the glass. I know a lot of owners change out to aftermarket signals and mirrors; anyone have spare glass?
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-04-2015, 09:56 PM
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Mirror glass isn't available from the dealer, just the whole mirror assembly. I might have a spare mirror
Glass laying around, but I got no idea what side you lost. Also, if your still under warranty, or even not too far past it, a good dealer might get you a free replacement. They did it for me. You can also check eBay .

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got mine warrantied too.. the silly indicator lens fell off.. then the mirror flew off a week later due to increased wind resistance. It is a known problem, so it's an "easier" claim than most.. ... make the claim..

it is definitely a one-piece unit.. used sets of mirrors are worth ~150-200 I would think.. less than a single new one..

make the claim if the bike is under warranty..
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OEM 1090RR mirrors vibrate and crack. Good opportunity for Racer Cafe stuff.

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sdhow, what year is your bike?

I have a set of 2011 Brutale 1090RR mirrors that I took off my bike when I purchased Rizoma Naked L mirrors.

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I need a left mirror glass.
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I had the same happen to me after I picked up the bike and tried to adjust the mirror. First mod was to put bar end. Stock mirrors were pretty bad to begin with, not worth replacing back to stock.


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got mine warrantied too.. the silly indicator lens fell off.. then the mirror flew off a week later due to increased wind resistance. It is a known problem, so it's an "easier" claim than most.. ... make the claim..

it is definitely a one-piece unit.. used sets of mirrors are worth ~150-200 I would think.. less than a single new one..

make the claim if the bike is under warranty..
It looks like they "upgraded" the design in 2011 or 12. Warranty was up on my bike in '13, but Bobby at Munroe Motors (in SF) said he'd try to submit a claim, given the history of these things. Said they might cover the parts, as it's a known problem.

Waiting for a call back.
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sdhow if all else fails you could have a replacement mirror made from acrylic mirror they can be cut to any shape. You could make a template of your right hand mirror and just flip it giving you a template for the left.
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sdhow if all else fails you could have a replacement mirror made from acrylic mirror they can be cut to any shape. You could make a template of your right hand mirror and just flip it giving you a template for the left.
What do you do about the cup end, that's attached to the backside of the mirror? The new mirror glass needs to snap into the ball socket.

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