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Has anyone had any experience with CRG bar end mirrors? Iím looking to replace the stock mirrors as I only really get to see my arms in them. Also, covers/plugs for the stock mirror holes? Thanks in advance.
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Check these: -

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-Univer...19.m1438.l2649

Cheap Chinese copies but surprisingly good quality. I've been using them for a couple of years with no dramas. Better vision and not too much vibration and for the price good value. Look pretty good too. Also tried the mirrors off my sons MT-09. Very good, virtually no vibes, good vision, suit the bike.

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I have them on my Gina (910R)....excellent mirrors giving a good view of what I just passed. Mine are mounted with the bar end weights specifically made for this application, available from forum sponsors or other aftermarket suppliers.

As for the original mounts, the F4 uses plain clamps on the reservoirs and are easily mounted to replace the B4 bits. There may be some photos in my album, can't remember for sure.

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I have them on my Gina (910R)....excellent mirrors giving a good view of what I just passed. Mine are mounted with the bar end weights specifically made for this application, available from forum sponsors or other aftermarket suppliers.

As for the original mounts, the F4 uses plain clamps on the reservoirs and are easily mounted to replace the B4 bits. There may be some photos in my album, can't remember for sure.
Have hindsight lanesplitters on my 910R and agree, good field of view and minimal buzz.
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Has anyone had any experience with CRG bar end mirrors? Iím looking to replace the stock mirrors as I only really get to see my arms in them. Also, covers/plugs for the stock mirror holes? Thanks in advance.
I have installed CRG Arrows on mine using the CRG billet adapters and it works perfectly fine. As for blanking the mirror holes, there are a few options. I went with https://www.motovationusa.com/mv-agu...ra-clamps.html. You could get the new threaded mirror screws from CNC racing or go with the Oberon performance mirror blanking clamps as well Oberon Performance :: Mirror Blanking Plates. Please note that if you get the clamps from Motovation you will need to make a trip to your local hardware store and order shorter socket cap M6 bolts (18mm length) fits perfectly fine.
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Best option to remove the mirror holes is the F4 part. Notice that F4 has the same master cylinders but no mirrors???

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Best option to remove the mirror holes is the F4 part. Notice that F4 has the same master cylinders but no mirrors???
Where can we source that clamp as a separate part? I checked the parts diagram on Star Twin and the clutch and brake assembly seem to be considered a single part.
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Where can we source that clamp as a separate part? I checked the parts diagram on Star Twin and the clutch and brake assembly seem to be considered a single part.

I'll check my records and see where I bought them. May take a while....

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I'll check my records and see where I bought them. May take a while....
Much appreciated! I had been searching for the OEM clamps for quite a few weeks already then gave up and went with my previous recommendation.
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Where can we source that clamp as a separate part? I checked the parts diagram on Star Twin and the clutch and brake assembly seem to be considered a single part.
I knew it was one of our sponsors that carries the Brutale blanking plates. Here ya go:

https://www.designcorse.com/products...-mirror-blanks


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