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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-21-2017, 06:29 AM Thread Starter
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F3/F4 Mirror delete cap with LED?

Experience fitting & use of the Mirror delete cap/cover/plate with intergrated LED turn signals on F3/F4?

Looks great together with tail tidy kit.

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Experience fitting & use of the Mirror delete cap/cover/plate with intergrated LED turn signals on F3/F4?

Looks great together with tail tidy kit.

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I personally dont have them but there are some videos on youtube with a ducati panigale that uses the same kind.
The owner of the bike said it works really good and look very good.

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Id buy them if I could get used to bar end mirrors. But the view is just to bad and small.

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Why would you take off your mirrors to replace them with LEDs blanking plates? Why would you sacrifice your rear view capability? Really makes no sense


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Why would you take off your mirrors to replace them with LEDs blanking plates? Why would you sacrifice your rear view capability? Really makes no sense


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Remove mirrors from fairing and use some bar end mirrors.
Bar end mirrors are actually better if u could get used to the small size of it.
Bequase they are fitted wider and lower than your normal mirror you can actually see behind you instead of looking at your shoulder.
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Remove mirrors from fairing and use some bar end mirrors.

Bar end mirrors are actually better if u could get used to the small size of it.

Bequase they are fitted wider and lower than your normal mirror you can actually see behind you instead of looking at your shoulder.


I personally wouldnt have those bar mirrors they look hideous. The standard mirrors are good enough ylu just need to tuck you elbow in a little to get full view lol


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Front Tidy kit

Every one use MV Tail Tidy kits, why not also Front Tidy kits like racing bikes?


I now have small and bright LED turns signals on the top fairing and handle bar mirrors with much better rear view.

Clean, nice and great functionality.
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The simple answer is because, for the majority of us, bar end mirrors look out of place on a fully faired sport bike.

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Guy on a local FB MV Group has fitted the "mirror block off signals" in conjunction with bar end mirrors on his F4RR

Personally I don't mind the looks but it is most definitely function over form

I'll let you be the judge of how they look,

PS: Not my bike, if the owner is on here sorry for stealing your thunder
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Guy on a local FB MV Group has fitted the "mirror block off signals" in conjunction with bar end mirrors on his F4RR

Personally I don't mind the looks but it is most definitely function over form

I'll let you be the judge of how they look,

PS: Not my bike, if the owner is on here sorry for stealing your thunder
Looks wierd with round mirrors on MV.
Outside and under the handle bars even worse.


Prefere mirrors that match the great fairing designs of MV Agusta.
Mounted above your hands also protects your hand knuckles upon a mishap or crash.
Also great and easy rear view.
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Bought these mirror block off plates with indicator at designcorse. Filled in bike and modelyear.
Once at the product the options say F4 or F3. I obviously have an F3 so ordered a set.

Delivered to my door, unpacked box and writing on the packaging says F3.
Went to remove mirror and left a round whole in the fairing. These blocks are long and lenghty and not round. So atleast 0.5cm of a gap at the side is totally open for water/debree and whatnot to fly in.

Totally not suitable for an F3.
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