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Hi, Accidently scraped my oem mirrors, sanded and re-painted, they look okay, but not as clean as I would like around the inside seam where the mirror is so looking into a new set.

I quite like this style, more modern, less dated looking than the standard, anyone any experience fitting these, dont understand how they directly bolt on.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Honda-CBR-...item20c80e2cee
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I do not think these will fit as there is nuts that have to be used from the inside of the fairing to hold them mirrors down and with the fairing stay you won't have enough room to install he nuts





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Cheers for the second opinion thats what I thought myself ;)
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My pleasure mate if you want after market mirrors that are the business check out Rizoma they are pricey but just like any thing that is quality is always worth what you pay for it check out this site
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the listing says they,ll fit 03/04 RR ,maybe the bolts are same thread as fairing stay mounting for mirrors and the nuts are not needed,ask the seller if he can confirm they,ll definately fit your model
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the listing says they,ll fit 03/04 RR ,maybe the bolts are same thread as fairing stay mounting for mirrors and the nuts are not needed,ask the seller if he can confirm they,ll definately fit your model
yeah what ash said
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Hi, Accidently scraped my oem mirrors, sanded and re-painted, they look okay, but not as clean as I would like around the inside seam where the mirror is so looking into a new set.

I quite like this style, more modern, less dated looking than the standard, anyone any experience fitting these, dont understand how they directly bolt on.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Honda-CBR-...item20c80e2cee
hey man, I just purchased some of the same style about 4 weeks back from http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=310556380555
they have a slot where they bolt through the mirror and into the stay they will bolt onto the bike but they are at an akward angle and do not allow enough adjustment to work well with my bike(o3 600rr). I tried to use them for about a week to see if i was just being overly picky but they were of little to no use for me so I took them back off and went back to my block-off plates and no mirrors. I do not recommend wasting your money.
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I ended up going for stock type Mirrors, great build quality and only cost a few quid, would prefer something a tad more modern but happy enough :)
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