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.
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. ;-)
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?!