KTM Folding mirrors OEM $30.95

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by hb7, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    On the FZ1 , I would go with the longer 280mm or 11 inch horizontal or the adjustable stem ultimate folding mirrors 225-325 mm or 9-13 inch horzontal.

    I suggest 243mm or shorter for dirt and longer 280mm for road bikes.

    Instead of the bar mount get the HYM mirror mount for the clutch perch.
    You really don't want the clutter of a bar mount on an FZ1....
    The one I carry has the 15ยบ angle to avoid interference with any reservoirs.

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  2. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    How do you ride this thing without a clutch ?
  3. davidji

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    Thanks. After seeing this I think #1 or #2 might be best. I don't have a clutch perch, only brake.

    As I look at your website, #1 is 6904, and #2 is 6804. I see individual mirror choices in #2, but I only see #1 in pairs, and don't see a bar mount choice. I could go with #2, but I'm curious if I can get a bar mount left mirror + yamaha/universal right in #1.
  4. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    I got you.....just order a pair and I'll ship a bar mount and LHD thread mount for the Right side.
    6904/05 in pairs , 6804 comes each .....both are 98/pair.
  5. davidji

    davidji bike curious

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    DCT!

    j/k The clutch lever doesn't have a mirror mount. The brake does though.
  6. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    They look good and work well. Best mirrors I've had on the Fazer--and it came with two different sets.

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  8. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    Yes looks very functional....I agree.

    Highway pegs....? I want some...
  9. Mklaz

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    Any pics of DRZ400 setups? I'm debating the 243 or 280 option for mine and would be interested to see what folks are using.
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    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    baddrapp Been here awhile

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    How much for a set of 243mm for a Husky, I think 10mm-1.25.

    Thanks
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    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    My mirror died last week when my bike decided to take a dirt nap after I parked her on the side of the trail. Two questions, 1: one of the guys here in the L.A. Adventure thread is willing to sell me one. The model number is KTM 58312040200, will this fit my 12' 690? If not can I come buy one from you this week?
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    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    Sure.....I sell all the parts of the KTM folding mirror system.
    Just call first 323-933-1366 if you want to come over.

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  15. Vacman

    Vacman Some call me...Tim?

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    Hey Henri I bought a smaller folding mirror a while back for my dirtbike and love it! Now I have a 990 and want to get rid of the stock mirrors ASAP. You e probably posted this previously but I can't find it on my phone: what do I need to adapt the longest teardrop shaped mirrors to my 990 and do you recommend relocation to the bar to keep the stock mount from breaking off the reservoir in a crash?

    Thanks.
  16. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    Yes, I would always recommend avoid breaking the Master cylinder ,
    if you are riding on challenging trails : Get bar mounts, the mirrors go
    up to 13 inches horizontal, so you will still be able to see behind you.

    If you want 6904/05 KTM Folding mirrors with bar mounts, just let me know. Same price. I can do anything...and any bike.
    I 'll make a catalog listing for it this week. Until then, just drop me a note
    with the order here :

    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirrors-225-325mm-adjustable-stems-pair
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    Henri, heres to hoping that you are available tomorrow. Ill be giving you a call sometime between 11 and 1 to come and pick up a set.
  18. Silverfin

    Silverfin Been here awhile

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    Can you tell me which mirrors will fit a 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere? I don't want OEM style as they thread into the master cylinder assembly and a simple tip over can wreck an expensive part that deadlines the bike (in South America!). What I want to do is bar mount these so they are independent to the other bar hardware....what product for rt and lft should I get?
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  20. jlemond

    jlemond King of No0bs

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    I stopped by Henri's place yesterday. He is a great guy to deal with. Even when i was running late. As I got to speed on the freeway I realized I had a flat front tire. I called Henri and informed him, turned back around and changed it in the comfort of my own garage. He pushed his whole day back a couple of hours just for me. Now that is customer service.

    Once I got to his house he even insisted on helping me install my mirrors. We chatted for a good 30 minutes and he took plenty of pictures of my bike.

    The mirrors are awsome. They dont vibrate nearly as much as the stock mirrors. I can adjust them every which way. The view angle is great and I can fold them away in a second. And the next time Katee Emm decides to take a dirt nap I am not worried about my mirrors. Katee Emm's last dirt nap was on the side of a trail. Shortly after I dismounted her and walked away to clear some newly fallen rocks and boulders from a trail so I could pass, she decided she wanted to take a nap. Do'h. Next time make sure the dirt is firm.