That looks pretty good! I plan on doing the same but adding the circular CRG bar end mirrors.
I don't have the bike yet so I can't be 100% sure but check out the CRG hindsight lane splitter bar end mirrors. From the pictures iv seen those would be your best bet. Unless you're not looking for the classic circular mirrors!I have ordered FT bar and I would like to know, what manufacturers offers bar end mirros that fits like a glow?
Very nice! I'm planning on doing something similar. Have a Rizoma handlebar on order. will be mating those to a Rizoma throttle and Retro round bar end mirrors.
Going retro I see... Good choice. I'm sure it will look great with the circular bar end mirrors.That looks pretty good! I plan on doing the same but adding the circular CRG bar end mirrors.
Awesome, make sure to post some pictures. Interested to see how they look with the round bar end mirrors.Very nice! I'm planning on doing something similar. Have a Rizoma handlebar on order. will be mating those to a Rizoma throttle and Retro round bar end mirrors.
Is your bike the one getting the full Shift-Tech treatment? The bike looks sweet!
No, I don't. The mirrors have multiple positions, so when it gets tight, I flip them up a little over my hands.Do you hit the mirrors when you lane split? Makes the whole bike wider.
For the most My Monster is Shift-Teched out, but I don't want to go all out on the Scrambler like i'm used to. So i'm going to have little carbon here and there considering I like really like how the yellow brings out the carbon as well.Is your bike the one getting the full Shift-Tech treatment? The bike looks sweet!
Ok, that's what I suspected. Thank you very much for the pointer. You know when you start reefing on something and damage it, only to find out you were doing it the wrong way? Been there. Done that and definitely want to avoid it with the new bike! LOL.Just replaced mine the other night...
Loosen the screw in the end, but don't completely remove it. Then take a standard screw driver and fit it loosely into the groove between the stock bar end and the end of the bar itself. Gently tap with a hammer to drive it out.
It's only a piece of cheap plastic, you'll see what I mean.
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