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Old 12-01-2012, 12:06 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Tripage 1000RR LED indicator mirrors

This is a very belated review but something I've promised and been meaning to do for a very long time! Sorry T!

SHORT VERSION:

Awesome mirrors which are of high quality! Well worth the price if you want sturdy, functional and good looking LED indicator mirrors.

LONG VERSION:

I bought these mirrors about 14 months ago. They look great, look and function like they're OEM units.

These mirrors have held up well on my daily ride. They increase the visibility of the indicator signals. My front indicators are smoked competition werks flush-mounts which are essentially invisible when viewed from the front on a bright summers day. The mirrors themselves are of high quality and I have not had any electrical issues with the mirrors. The mirrors vibrate less than stock mirrors and provide a greater view behind due to the shape and location of the mirrors (slightly more forward, lower and wider).

I enjoy using these mirrors as they allow me to filter through traffic easily by folding up and down without having to readjust the mirrors themselves after folding back down.

If you are comparing these mirrors to other cheap indicator mirrors floating around the internet, I can assure you that these mirrors are worth the expense. I've had friends who have installed cheap indicator mirrors which are not as bright, vibrate more than stock and make the bike look cheap. In the end it is up to what you want and how much you're willing to pay but if you bought a set from Tristan, I can't imagine how you could be disappointed!

On a side note, my bike was reversed into and sustained cosmetic damage a month ago. The person who backed into my bike actually waited around until I came out of the coffee shop so their insurance covered the repair job which included a new set of mirrors. This time I optioned for the switchbacks which I prefer much more.





1st set of mirrors without switchback:

Current set with switchback:
- currently uploading so check back later
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:50 PM   #2
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I bought the cheap eBay ones for $30 and then I saw the tripage ones and fell in love, should be ordering them this week, and with your video I will be paying extra for the switchback!


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Old 12-03-2012, 01:42 AM   #3
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Those look amazing! Tripage FTW!
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