Please take a serious look at these on their website and even give the owner (Henri) a call on them too!
I have used his mirrors on my last 3 Dukes and they may look smaller or thinner at first glance but in my own personal experience with all 3 of them has been that they provide more rearward view than the stock ones do by far (no pun intended)
They are so simple to plug n play, have LED turn signals within them, and mount up so nice and tight the vibration is almost nothing! Also, they are stiff (at first of course) so when you hit 150mph they don't swing in on ya and once adjusted to your best position they rarely move much after that!
Read up on this forum and others, and perhaps any other reviews out there in the Ducati community. Im 100% sold on them and I think several members here actually are as well after taking my advice on this one. Its been awhile but dropping my name may get ya a discount since he did use my pics on his site for advertising at one point.
Best of luck. Hell, if ya don't care for them he takes em right back no issues at all. Good dude!
Attached all the pics of them on my bikes I could find for you here too. I can't find the ones of them on my 1199 Tri. I picked from the image of the 3 all laying down. I think the top is OEM and rest are his. I picked the one on very bottom this time. Love em!
Def an upgrade. I tried a couple of aftermarket mirrors on the fairing but never found one that I didn't have to move my arms to see behind me. The bar end mirrors give you a wide field of vision straight down the body line about waist high.
I've got the Rhino Bar ends I like the weight, also I went with Gregs custom block offs with blinker light, I'm still not in love with the blinkers I think eventually I will go with normal block off and wire my front running lights for blinkers.
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