OK, Got my CBR600RR mirrors (2XXX), and you see them held up with tape on the left behind the AirFlow screen I'm holding up. I'm going to move my base screen up to the next 2 screw holes on each side (about an inch higher freeing up the 2 lower holes) which will allow me to get a Sheet metal (1/8" AL) piece with holes aligned for my windshield to hold it on, and then bend it 90 degrees with holes aligned to my new Honda mirrors with 5/16" standoffs inserted or tig welded to hold the CBR600RR mirrors up. It's really the only pragmatic place to put the mirror supports on the cowling support beams.
1. the mirrors will be behind the shield for no added wind resistance,
2. They will be close to my head for quick eye flicks for 'either' leaning on my tank OR blind side mirrors (I may have to do a small head bob for blind side, but it will be easier than focusing on a 1" diameter convex mirror - those are DANGEROUS!)
3. Once I find a sheet metal house, then all I have to do is paint the brackets (flat or enamel) black, and put them on.
4. Of course I'll get the AirFlow wind shield put on after I cut my base shield down.
The Honda Guys on CBR600RR really helped me understand the cowling support structure to help me read the complicated cowling oem diagrams so I could understand my Kawasaki's tubed cowling support. It's all done 95% except the actual doing now. The sheet metal pieces will take a little while: 1. Cut, 2. Punch/Drill, 3. Bend, 4. Weld, 5. Paint. You are done!
Those CBR600RR mirrors are slick!