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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 12:57 AM Thread Starter
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Taking the nose fairing off

Ok, for those of you that changed your mirrors to the rizoma veloce l, how the heck did you get the nose fairing off? i see four allen screws, two on either side of the light mount. How did you get the bottom two out? and if you did how did you get them back in? Am i missing something? I tried to cheat by tugging the signal wire down but they only go so far and there is still a mile of wire left. I don't want to make it a sloppy install but i can't seem to get the nose off. Any advice? besides take it in.
I recently found a used 2018 F3 800 to go with my 2018 Brutale 800rr. The stock mirrors on the F3 have got to go though, not enough adjustment.

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There's a lot more to it:

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Thanks, i was worried about the two lower screws you can see on either side of the dash, way back in there, i guess they hold the light to the nose? its good that i don't have to mess with those, thanks again for the pics Silent. it helps, i was trying to find Donsy's manuals again, i found them once for my brutale now i need to find the F3.




ok the mirrors are on and its so nice not having to bend and angle my head down to barely see behind me, the mirrors are solid and don't buzz. thanks again Silentservice for the pics, they helped alot.

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I didn't completely remove mine, had enough room to wiggle the wires in. But it was a pain in the ass. Work the headache though, the Rizomas are 100% better.


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I didn't completely remove mine, had enough room to wiggle the wires in. But it was a pain in the ass. Work the headache though, the Rizomas are 100% better.

Can you please post up some more pictures of these mirrors (also the Rizoma model number). Looks good from that angle , but curious how they look from the front.
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Nice! I secondd PTsalas request. It would be nice with some other angled pictures.

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Rizoma Turn Signal (Indicator) and Veloce L Mirror Cable Adapter Kits
- Part Number: EE047H =these are the adapters for the wiring so you don't have to cut and splice, bullet plug with the white plastic MV plug.

Rizoma Veloce L Sport Mirrors
- Color: Black BS305B = these are the mirrors, need two.

Rizoma Mirror Adapter for The MV Agusta F3 675 (2012-2015) F4 (2010-2015)
- Color: Black BS743B = these are the mounting bases, need two.

I will take some pics in the morning when the sun is up.

I also changed my Brutale mirrors to bar end,
CNC Racing "ROCKET" 81mm Folding Bar End Mirrors - BELLISSIMOTO EXCLUSIVE
- Side: Right MR701B-USA 1 $76.46 $76.46
CNC Racing "ROCKET" 81mm Folding Bar End Mirrors - BELLISSIMOTO EXCLUSIVE
- Side: Left MR702B-USA

slight blue tint but they are convex and show alot of area, and they are solid, no buzzing when the rpms are up.

found everything on the bellissimoto site, probably find them other places but Randy, Lyle and Paul are into bikes bordering on gear heads, nice guys and patient with stupid questions.

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ok I'm back, sorry about the load of pics, they are like bikini models once you start taking pics its hard to stop unless the key is in.

the folding mirrors on the brutale fold flat, parallel to the grip. I guess Bellissimoto worked with CNC to get the folding part made, works good, always comes back to the same place.

the wiring adaptor for the f3 addes about 6-8 inches of wire to figure out what to do with, plus the wire on the mirror is pretty long to so you'll have plenty to hide unless you want to snip but that kind of defeats the purpose of using the adaptor wire, in pic #5 shows the extra length of wire i need to try and hide better on a rainy day, pic #4 shows the black screws i used to replace the silver stainless on the fairing. couldn't help it
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