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Best Mirror/ Extender Combo

I am seeking wisdom concerning my bikes stock mirrors. I wish to replace the stock units with ones that will increase my visibility by being located farther out into the airstream and vibrate less. What seams to be the best winning combination of replacement mirror and extenders ??
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if you type in mirrors at the forum search bar, you will find all you need
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Hi Versysred,

Using motowerk's mirror extenders and Z1000 mirrors.
Happy with my rear view and crystal clear view after 3000 rpms.


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Hi Versysred,

Using motowerk's mirror extenders and Z1000 mirrors.
Happy with my rear view and crystal clear view after 3000 rpms.

Thank's: That's the information I was looking for. I was leaning toward these parts and you confirmed my decision
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-04-2009, 12:41 AM
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The best combo is the sw-motech extenders with z1000 mirrors attached...Motech extenders are all black and slightly raised making them a little more roomy and of course they are on the second fastest colored V, the blue one

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Stock, they seem to work as good as any other mirror on a bike I have looked at.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-04-2009, 11:49 AM
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All i needed were the mirror extenders from this company. http://motowerk.com/default.aspx

Thats it, mirrors were fine as is after adding these two small parts.
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