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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-31-2007, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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rizoma dynamic & logic mirrors

Just picked up my 910R last week. I'm getting use to the stock mirrors, but i'm looking for a mirror that won't vibrate like the stockers. can anyone give me some feedback on rizoma dynamic & or logic mirrors. Do they vibrate and are they any easyer to see out of.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-01-2007, 08:19 AM
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i have the logic,i got them because the stock ones were useless,these are slightly better not a lot though,elbows still in the way.But they do look better,imo.
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I have the Rizoma Limit mirrors. They look very similar to stock, give a similar but much more solid view--but are stupid expensive. I love 'em and don't regret spending the money.
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I have the Logic, really good mirrors, love the blue tinting and they don't vibrate.
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I just rode my second hand brutale 910S...!! WOOOWW!!! So coool!! but i am so SHOCKED about the mirrors!! I see NOTHING!! Am I to tall (6'4''?) Any tricks? Or do i have to change them??
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I'm 6'4", and as with just about every other bike I need to dip my head and move my elbows. Perhaps because I've always had to do this I've 'managed' with the stock mirrors so far. Anyway, I don't think it's the position that's the problem, it's the little man behind them who shakes them all the time. All I can ever see is fuzz, so I'm getting to be an expert at quick head checks now!

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I have the Logic, really good mirrors, love the blue tinting and they don't vibrate.
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Hi Sventekoz

Thx for the input! Gee, means i'll have to excercise, huh..! The point is the brutale is too....brutal to look away from the car in front of you..!! )

Hi Fazer6,

so the logic! any website?

Thx so much and have a brutal day!
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I got them from Casoli Moto in AU, took about a month, but emoto has them now, so that should be easier.
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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thanks for the help, i going to order the rizom dynamic mirrors, very similar to the logic, just slightly different mirror shape.

fazer6,

your bike looks sweet. Does your emoto windscreen give much wind protection & can you take it off with litte trouble. I'm looking for a windscreen i can put on for long rides & take off for short rides.

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