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Thread: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

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    Default Re: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

    holy cow man not only it looks better its safer too.People can see your turning indications better,I'm all for it next mod I do.

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    Default Re: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

    http://www.mrcycles.com
    I found this outfit seems to have decent prices,I think 180.00 not include shipping.
    click honda link and choose 08 cbr 1000rr,click back mirrors
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyComeLately View Post
    STEPS 4 and 5 tell me to use my hands, but the rest make no mention. Should I use my big toes?


    Nice write up...
    JCL you crack me up, my wife can in and asked why i was crying, it was tears of laughter

    Excellent write up

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    Default Re: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

    Quote Originally Posted by philo2457 View Post
    JCL you crack me up, my wife can in and asked why i was crying, it was tears of laughter

    THX!!

    I just wished I had remembered this thread and thought of it when I sent my extra upper cowls to be plastic welded and painted. I could have had him fill in the turn signal openings since he was prepping the orange area. Although, I guess two sets of signals on each side should be ok, although it would blink much faster without some resistors/stuff in there.

    2007 #142 RIP because a b!tch couldn't wait three more seconds to turn. FYI-Rene's Clear Clutch Cover holds up to a good, solid pancake hit to the pavement.

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    Default Re: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

    Just saw this thread, and I've done this with my 07.
    In my opinion looks nice.

    I like the format of the mirrors and also covering the mounting bolts.

    Also, I made the adaptors with acrylic, which was easier to mold.

    Alex

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    Default Re: 2008 CBR1000RR mirrors on 04-07 1krr

    Quote Originally Posted by alex.ellus View Post
    Just saw this thread, and I've done this with my 07.
    In my opinion looks nice.

    I like the format of the mirrors and also covering the mounting bolts.

    Also, I made the adaptors with acrylic, which was easier to mold.

    Alex
    Looks really good to me. Acrylic is a good idea.

    2007 #142 RIP because a b!tch couldn't wait three more seconds to turn. FYI-Rene's Clear Clutch Cover holds up to a good, solid pancake hit to the pavement.

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    Default Re: How To: Adapting '08 CBR 1000rr Mirrors to 04-05 CBR Models

    Quote Originally Posted by CBRmanimal View Post
    Click the link for the instructions

    Adapting '08 CBR 1000rr Mirrors to 04-05 CBR Models

    Any questions feel free to ask
    This link is not working. I am so sorry but could you please give me some instructions how to install the 08 mirrors on my 07 cbr1000rr? Whats the difference?
    Thanks in advance.

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