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I'm thinking about getting a set of these Mirrors for the 919. Has anyone tryed these yet?

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If only they showed them on the bike....

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Those are knockoffs of Rizomas. If they look and work as good as Rizomas for half the price (or less) I say go for it!

Too bad they don't have any knock offs for the Spy Q's.

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Not sure of the anodizing quality; most tend to be sub sub sub sub sub sub.... par.

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I also on a budget, thanks to my 4 kids. if the anodizing quality is sub par get them in silver or black.

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I'm thinking about getting a set of these Mirrors for the 919. Has anyone tryed these yet?

I have them.

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I have them.
Okay, sooo....do you like them? Do they vibrate? Any feed back?

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Okay, sooo....do you like them? Do they vibrate? Any feed back?

lol.. you didnt ask about all that! you just asked if anyone had them. I do! (took quite a while to deliver that punchline.. it was getting uncomfortable!)

The way they come, id say, save your money. HOWEVER.. if youre handy, theyre not bad at all.

The Good:

They feel solid, as they are CNC machined.
They look like the rizomas.
The glass has a nice blue tint to it. (reminds me of my old MK VI GTi side mirrors.)
They look slick as shit. I get compliments on them quite a lot.
They dont vibrate while under-weigh. (they do a VERY small amount SOMETIMES at idle. not the end of the world)

The Bad: (these comments have fixes, so read on)

The anodizing is probably the worst Ive ever seen. I got black mirrors, and a month, maybe 6 weeks later, theyre a cinnamon brown.
They sag. you cant seem to tighten them enough to keep them from 'drooping' down.
Being aluminum, you have to be careful how tight you tighten them at the hinge. I stripped the left side.
They dont say "Rizoma" on them. ;-)

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For the anodizing, you have a few options. you could get silver, my guess is it would hold up much better. OR, if you powdercoat, paint or anodize, you could refinish them. Personally, Im leaning toward Hydrodipping them.
I tapped mine out to 1/4-20, then replaced one of the two washers (per side) with a 'Custom' rubber washer. (I couldnt find any the right size, so i just bought some bigger ones, and cut them down. You cant see them, so it doesnt matter) This did the trick. They stay put, over bumpy New England roads, wheelies, whatever.
As for no Rizoma logo.. grab a sharpie maybe?!

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Good review! You think they'll stay put with just the rubber washers and proper tightening from the get-go? And they got two kinds of silver, a shiny 'silver' and a matte 'steel' one.

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Good review! You think they'll stay put with just the rubber washers and proper tightening from the get-go? And they got two kinds of silver, a shiny 'silver' and a matte 'steel' one.

yeah, I did the rubber washer routine a couple weeks ago, and I havnt had to mess with them since. if I bought them all over (which, knowing what I know now, I still probably would) Id just do the stuff I mentioned from the get go. Plus, if i/you DO go with a hydrodip kit, theyre so small that youd have PLENTY of materiel leftover, so you get mirrors and enough hydrodip to do plenty of projects, for the price that it'd cost for ONE rizoma. Dont get me wrong, you definitely get what you pay for (in both knock-off and rizomas case, im assuming), but I just couldnt justify spending that kind of scratch on the brand name, when I bought this bike so cheap! ..if it was going on a Duc 1198 or something.. that'd be a different story!
If you do go with the silver, I think it'd work well, and you probably wouldnt notice any fading. As it is, I think people assume theyre supposed to be the cinnamon color that they faded into (even though nothing else on the bike is that color) and alot of guys have commented on them.

On the same note, if you get the adjustable levers they sell, the black doesnt fade, but the ( I got) gold adjuster switch did ( i was trying to match my gold Renthals). so.. I cant speak for if you did black on black, but.. silver from the start would be safe. Even though its so small, most people wouldnt even notice it.

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lol.. you didnt ask about all that! you just asked if anyone had them. I do! (took quite a while to deliver that punchline.. it was getting uncomfortable!)

The way they come, id say, save your money. HOWEVER.. if youre handy, theyre not bad at all.

The Good:

They feel solid, as they are CNC machined.
They look like the rizomas.
The glass has a nice blue tint to it. (reminds me of my old MK VI GTi side mirrors.)
They look slick as shit. I get compliments on them quite a lot.
They dont vibrate while under-weigh. (they do a VERY small amount SOMETIMES at idle. not the end of the world)

The Bad: (these comments have fixes, so read on)

The anodizing is probably the worst Ive ever seen. I got black mirrors, and a month, maybe 6 weeks later, theyre a cinnamon brown.
They sag. you cant seem to tighten them enough to keep them from 'drooping' down.
Being aluminum, you have to be careful how tight you tighten them at the hinge. I stripped the left side.
They dont say "Rizoma" on them. ;-)

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For the anodizing, you have a few options. you could get silver, my guess is it would hold up much better. OR, if you powdercoat, paint or anodize, you could refinish them. Personally, Im leaning toward Hydrodipping them.
I tapped mine out to 1/4-20, then replaced one of the two washers (per side) with a 'Custom' rubber washer. (I couldnt find any the right size, so i just bought some bigger ones, and cut them down. You cant see them, so it doesnt matter) This did the trick. They stay put, over bumpy New England roads, wheelies, whatever.
As for no Rizoma logo.. grab a sharpie maybe?!
Thanks for your input. I can't see spending near $60 for something I'll have to refinish. I can do it easy enough, just shouldn't have to. I want something to bolt on and go. Anybody got any sugestions? I don't want to spend an arm and a leg and I want black.

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I got these; cheap, looks good and does the job. Pair Black Mirrors - Honda 919 $ | eBay
I ordered these the other day. Fingers crossed.

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I got these; cheap, looks good and does the job. Pair Black Mirrors - Honda 919 $ | eBay
The 919 has left hand threads on one side and right hand threads on the other, did these mirrors come the same way, or did you have to use adaptors?

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I got these from the same seller. Basically the same shape mirror with a different stalk.
They're OK.I like them and they work well. Again, you get what ypu pay for.

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The 919 has left hand threads on one side and right hand threads on the other, did these mirrors come the same way, or did you have to use adaptors?
Right hand thread on both sides.

I know because I never used the left hand thread post that came in my set of Rizoma mirrors.

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g00gl3it is correct. right hand thread on both sides.

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g00gl3it is correct. right hand thread on both sides.
WHAT!!?? That's weird! I have the stock mickey mouse mirrors and the left side has right hand threads and the right side has left hand threads, I am 110% possitive of that because I tryed to put my stock VTX mirrors on and the right side would not go on. I'm going to take a close look at what the hell is going on here. The privious owner must have put adaptors or something.

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I got these from the same seller. Basically the same shape mirror with a different stalk.
They're OK.I like them and they work well. Again, you get what ypu pay for.

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Do you have a pic. with them on your bike? And yes, you get what you pay for. I'm not going to pay $100-$200 for a set of mirrors....after all, there freeking mirrors!! I just need a good looking, black mirror, not a show piece on my handlebars.

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WHAT!!?? That's weird! I have the stock mickey mouse mirrors and the left side has right hand threads and the right side has left hand threads, I am 110% possitive of that because I tryed to put my stock VTX mirrors on and the right side would not go on. I'm going to take a close look at what the hell is going on here. The privious owner must have put adaptors or something.
Wow, I feel stuuuuupid! Yep, right hand threads on both sides, the actual mirror stem itself is what is left hand. Man, i'm losing it.....

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Do you have a pic. with them on your bike? And yes, you get what you pay for. I'm not going to pay $100-$200 for a set of mirrors....after all, there freeking mirrors!! I just need a good looking, black mirror, not a show piece on my handlebars.
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I got a pair of these on the way, and since they're in Indiana too, I should get them fast.

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This thread is about is about a month old, but I LOVE my Aprilia Shiver mirros. Ordered them from the local dealer - they are not expensive (maybe around $50 for the pair) and good visibility and good looking. it has been a while that I have had them on and they have been really durable.

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Those are the ones I have, and I really like them. They do come in LH and RH threading. Not as slick as the OPs pics, but they were cheap, don't vibrate much, high enough to see everything, and much better looking than mickey mouse.

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Those are the ones I have, and I really like them. They do come in LH and RH threading. Not as slick as the OPs pics, but they were cheap, don't vibrate much, high enough to see everything, and much better looking than mickey mouse.
I had those, they wouldn't stay tight and when I would hit 80+ or a big gust of wind they'd move. But then again, my gust of wind is probably eat more than most are used too...

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I had those, they wouldn't stay tight and when I would hit 80+ or a big gust of wind they'd move. But then again, my gust of wind is probably eat more than most are used too...
Hmm... mine have stayed rock solid at another 20+ over 80. Maybe with low price comes inconsistancy. Only time I've had to adjust mine is when I bump into them

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Hmm... mine have stayed rock solid at another 20+ over 80. Maybe with low price comes inconsistancy. Only time I've had to adjust mine is when I bump into them
10-4 on that, cheap and solid so far.....now they'll proly get loose tomorrow...shoud have just kept quite.

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Hmm... mine have stayed rock solid at another 20+ over 80. Maybe with low price comes inconsistancy. Only time I've had to adjust mine is when I bump into them
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I bought US made, CNC, well made mirror of these guys Body Protection, Tires items in hollywoodpowersports store on eBay!

Price was just a bit high but I think it is worth buying US made product than crappy others.

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DO NOT buy anything from China or HK, paint job is horrible, it comes off after just few rides.

I bought US made, CNC, well made mirror of these guys Body Protection, Tires items in hollywoodpowersports store on eBay!

Price was just a bit high but I think it is worth buying US made product than crappy others.

i've got a knock-off set of shortie levers from china. had them 2 years and they still look good.no spots where the color wore/came off. fyi

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i've got a knock-off set of shortie levers from china. had them 2 years and they still look good.no spots where the color wore/came off. fyi
Thats a good experience man, I bought set of lever and led signals a year back from different sellers and had to change both in 4 months.

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that really messed up ,effe. i hate wasting money!

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Not sure of the anodizing quality; most tend to be sub sub sub sub sub sub.... par.
They fade in less than a month. My gold chinese knock off levers faded in a week sitting in the parking lot at work for 8 hours a day.

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