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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-06-2013, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Got rid of the stock mirrors on my 800....

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One of the things that I really didno't like about the 800 were the stock mirrors. I went ahead and threw some bar end mirrors on as well as a fender eliminator and took the passenger pegs off. Here she sits. I'm looking into getting the tank and two side panels painted pearl whit as well to match the tail.



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Very nice indeed!
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very nice! I've got arrow bar ends on my streetfighter, think I'm going to stay stock for now on the 800

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I've got the same mirrors on mine but mine are on stalks rather than bar end fitments, their Rizoma by the way
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which fender eliminator is that? easy to remove rear pegs? looks good mate pretty much what I want to do to mine when i get it
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which fender eliminator is that? easy to remove rear pegs? looks good mate pretty much what I want to do to mine when i get it

The passenger pegs come off in 5 minutes, very easy. The fender eliminator is the EVO Tech.
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Love that look too but on my 675
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It'd be nice if someone made a liner piece to replace the oem liner undertray to eliminate the holes for the passenger mounts.

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It'd be nice if someone made a liner piece to replace the oem liner undertray to eliminate the holes for the passenger mounts.
I thought I might see if I can get some rubber grommets to stick in there?

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Love that look too but on my 675
Looking good mate, what mirrors are they? I'm from Melbourne so looking to buy locally so I don't have to pay ridiculous postage costs.

Saw some similar ones on ebay (au)
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