I have not had time to test them well, but it seems that everything looks closer, I guess it's a matter of habit. Definitely what I wanted was to eliminate these wide stock mirrors and have a comfortable handling in traffic, too many cars in my city.
Definitely much better than the stock in appearance and comfort in traffic. A bit expensive but for me it was worth it ... The finish is excellent and the Mv logos give the final touch. I use my bike daily and took a couple of days to get used to the new view. At high speeds the mirrors do not move at all and vibrations are normal , nothing negative or uncomfortable.
Thanks for the feedback. I actually rode a demo yesterday and they stock mirrors did not work very well for me at least. I'll write up my test experience later. Quite a bike though. I want to try it again since there was a issue with it as it stalled on me about seven times. The stall occurred as I was stopping for a traffic light and was downshifting.