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Aftermarket mirrors?

Wondering if anyone has switched to aftermarket mirrors (specifically rizoma) and has a pictures of their beautiful bike to show?

I am in the market for my white/brown brutale but am undecided?
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I have the Rizoma Veloce Sport L mirrors on my F3. I love how they look and they do not vibrate at all unlike the stock mirrors.
I would throw throw on the Rizoma bar end mirrors on your bike.
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since the turn signals are not located in the mirrors you have many options from Rizoma, all of which are good choices. I have purchased many sets of Rizoma and they are much much better than stock
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I have the Rizoma Veloce Sport L mirrors on my F3. I love how they look and they do not vibrate at all unlike the stock mirrors.
I would throw throw on the Rizoma bar end mirrors on your bike.
Can you see what's behind you with bar end mirrors?
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Bar end mirrors that i've had provide better viewing than stock, because they stick out further generally. I just hate the cheesy way they sit and twist all the time. maybe i haven't bought a decent set yet.
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Bar end mirrors that i've had provide better viewing than stock, because they stick out further generally. I just hate the cheesy way they sit and twist all the time. maybe i haven't bought a decent set yet.
CRGs.....Lane Splitters or Arrows

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I have the Rizoma Veloce Sport L mirrors on my F3. I love how they look and they do not vibrate at all unlike the stock mirrors.
I would throw throw on the Rizoma bar end mirrors on your bike.
Can you see what's behind you with bar end mirrors?
One the couple of bikes I have ridden, yes can see behind me. Ducati Monster and 1098. Just took some time to look in direction of the mirrors. Would look at normal position first and then be like oh shit the mirrors are at end of bars
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One the couple of bikes I have ridden, yes can see behind me. Ducati Monster and 1098. Just took some time to look in direction of the mirrors. Would look at normal position first and then be like oh shit the mirrors are at end of bars
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CRGs.....Lane Splitters or Arrows
Between the two models.. does one out perform or a disadvantage over the other?...
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Between the two models.. does one out perform or a disadvantage over the other?...
I think the Arrows look better and​ have a wider horizontal view ...but they rotate inward parallel to the bar
the Lane Splitters fold back but the adjustment loosens....
PM or text me a number and I'll send pictures
I have Lane Splitters on my Aprilia RSVR and Brutale, Arrows on the F4


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I think the Arrows look better and​ have a wider horizontal view ...but they rotate inward parallel to the bar
the Lane Splitters fold back but the adjustment loosens....
PM or text me a number and I'll send pictures
I have Lane Splitters on my Aprilia RSVR and Brutale, Arrows on the F4

Sweet ! Sent a text to ya ... when you have the time to send pic's I appreciate it!
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