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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-05-2010, 03:00 AM Thread Starter
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1 st impression

Picked up my Brutale up
Rode straight to my shop , first impression great engine and brakes
Started raining directly so....The mirrors are worth ...nothing.
I see more in the mirrors of my F4.
Any ideas for mirrors ?
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I use bar ends mirrors on mine, kinda hoped that would help. It turns out i bought them a tad to small , and they also shake like hell. Only different now is that i can see what shakes A trick is to pull in the clutch when you want to see something
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what about when you want to check the right side........
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what about when you want to check the right side........

I got on both sides, just took picture of one
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Get the Motovations weighted bar ends with milled space for CRG mirrors...get the CRG Lane Splitters.

I have a clear view behind me at all speeds. I like them. Especially the folding aspect for storage space in the garage and under the cover.

I used to be fast....now I just dream about it.
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I got home tonight....in 1 piece
After riding 11 km,s this morning , my second ride was a bit highway , during the day i installed the Biondi flyscreen
So i,m riding home on the highway on the left lane at 110 km behind a car , then the car goes to the right
I shift one gear down , give full throttle , shift one up , i slide in my new revit tt suit to the bump in the saddle , my eyes buldge and my arms lenghten and i look at speedo and i,m riding 208 km , hmmm.
I,m happy
This naked rocks............................................. .

Now enjoying a good bottle of champagne to celebrate the home coming of the bike
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I got on both sides, just took picture of one
sorry mate it was my poor attempt at humour
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Biondi Flyscreen

Would you kindly post a photo of the Biondi fly screen?

Thanks,
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Got this from www.performanceparts.de
Ordered past wednesday through ebay , was at my place friday.
Great service.
Gonne change the silver screws by black ones in alloy
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I use CRG bar end mirrors, they are great, and definitely much more useful than the stock ... or just like most other Italian bike owner, you can just learn to move the elbow Congrats, welcome to MV Agusta world!
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