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KTM Folding mirrors OEM $30.95

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

  1. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    Looking for a set for my DRZ.
    I'm having trouble figuring out your web site :lol3

    Can you send me a quote and how to order? Either 243 or 280 - standard round... I hate looking at my shoulders.

    Thanks!
  2. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    If you need maximum rugged with folding and x-axis movement.....
    mirrors mount will twist in the clamping nut from a frontal or rear impact,
    and you can slap the mirrors forward and back on the fly :
    For more dirt riding I recommend the KTM stock 243mm size, unless you are a grizzly sized dude, then the 280mm.

    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirror-243mm-uniyamahaducati-mounts-0097u-each


    http://www.moto-science.com/product/http-wwwmoto-sciencecomproductktm-folding-mirror-5587u-pair


    For mostly street and highway the perch mounts are fine.....and cost less.


    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-oem-folding-mirror-243mm-perch-10x125mm-0097p


    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-oem-folding-mirror-280mm-perch-10x125mm-5587p


    We now sell all the parts for these mirrors because we are a thrifty bunch of riders too...cheers, moto-science
  3. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    So I'll take your advice on the 243mm.
    The difference between the two is a double-hinge?
    Also each page says they come as a pair, then says order 1 or order a pair.
    if I put 1 in the box, am I getting a pair?

    Thanks!
  4. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    When it says pair, it means one pair.

    Answer me this : how much dirt ? and how much highway ?
    If it's more paved than dirt, get the 280mm......
  5. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    This is a bike bought specifically for dirt and getting to and from.
    I'll be happy with the shorter ones. If not, I think I have a friend that is more narrow bodied than I am who would love them.

    Thanks!
  6. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    It's easy to exchange stalks if you change your mind.

    KTM picked 243mm folding mirror size for their Dirt bikes.....
  7. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    I ordered the 243s.
    Thanks for the help... immediate help at 10pm even :freaky
  8. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    Futures trading at 10.28pm.....the mirrors ship out tomorrow.
  9. trc.rhubarb

    trc.rhubarb ZoomSplat!

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    Thanks and good luck!
  10. GodSilla

    GodSilla I did that.

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    Are these mirrors still available (243mm), and do you ship overseas? (Australia). You can pm me if you like.
  11. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    The KTM folding mirrors multiplied into 48 variations ......yes we ship Australia for ~$26/pair , the price went up a $2 in 8 years from $30.95 to $32.95.

    http://www.moto-science.com/products/ktm-folding-mirrors?pagesize=48

    The one you are asking about is here :

    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-oem-folding-mirror-243mm-perch-mount-10mmx125mm-0097p-each

    Cheers, henri
  12. Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde Wishing I was riding RTW

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    Bookmarked for return purchase...........put a pair on my HP2 now need some for my KTM
  13. TowPro

    TowPro Single Track Geezer

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    i got them on my 640. Every time I ride the 690 I think "I got to get around to ordering them for this bike".
  14. fishslapr

    fishslapr Long timer

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    I'd like to get a set of these for my Honda XR650 L- can you put up a link for the 243mm set that will fit? thanks!
  15. Bleazle

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    I've just bought a set of these for my 1190R from Henri. First things first, Henri is extremely helpful, the mirrors were dispatched very quickly and arrived in New Zealand in good time, unfortunately they were then held up by New Zealand Customs for 2 weeks :hmmmmm During this time I emailed Henri a couple of times to see what was happening because he had more visibility over what was going on from his end. Like I said he was very helpful and even offered to send me another pair free of charge if these ones got lost. Anyway they eventually turned up and I got to put them on my bike.

    I'm a dirt bike rider first and foremost. The day I went for a ride with the mirrors on it was pouring with rain, which was great! When I got to the gravel road I flicked the mirrors over (I didn't need too, I just wanted to) and man, it was like a switch was flipped in my head!! With no mirrors in sight I felt like I was on a dirtbike (albeit one that is 'slightly bigger' than my 300 EXC..). I hammered the 1190 through that road quicker than I ever have, great fun but not so great on the back tyre :D

    Back on the tarseal and the mirrors were great, with no vibration issues. They sit slightly lower than the stock mirrors which I like (I assume the mirrors I had on the bike were stock, I'm the 2nd owner) but I had to play around with them for a bit to get the view that I was happy with, it wasn't a hassle though.

    Would I recommend them and the service that Henri provides? Definitely!
  16. webnetxpress

    webnetxpress Been here awhile

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    Henri. is it possible to get a price on the 243 with the bar mounts? from the website it says the 0097u are the ones for a full on dirt bike. i cant find that kit with the bar ends?
  17. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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  18. TowPro

    TowPro Single Track Geezer

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    Henri, while your around, I have a 2015 KTM690 Enduro, USA version. I am 6' tall and wide shoulders. The factory mirrors are 2 close together and I have to lean one to one side or other to see past my arms when I look in the mirrors. I need something wider. Had your stuff on my last KTM 640, but never knew what models I had.
    What do I need from you?
  19. hb7

    hb7 moto-science : the king of motorcycle mirrors

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    Is this for dirt or highway ? Which is as long as you could ever want.....
    I am personally am happy with the ~11 inch horizontal round mirrors. I am ~6ft....~180lbs.

    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirror-280mm-uniyamahaducati-mounts-5587u-pair

    The model 6904 and 6804 extend to ~13 inches horizontal.

    Standard duty.....more highway than dirt.
    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirror-225-325mm-adj-10mm-perch-6804p-pair
    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirrors-225-325mm-adjustable-stems-690405-pair

    Heavier duty ......more dirt than highway : more able to absorb ~frontal impact for dirt duty : the mirror can spin in the mount.
    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ktm-folding-mirrors-225-325mm-adj-univyamahaducati-6804u-pair
    http://www.moto-science.com/product/ducatiyamahauniv-mirrors-225-325mm-adjstems-690405d-pair

    We sell repair all the parts for this mirror system, so you can more cheaply recover from any crash.
  20. Burro X

    Burro X no static at all

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    Hello Henri, got my DR650 mirrors in 3 days from you and they fit perfect ! Thanks again for the advice, quality product and quick service !