Emgo mirrors.

Anyone use them? I need to get a mirror, I hate not being able to see if a cop is behind me when I wheelie. 10mm is the right size correct?

you get popped?

No but I did 3 years ago on my Busa when I had it, and it was in a contruction zone (even tho no construction or workers or nothing just orange barrells) and I got popped for $350.

I have used them for a few years. I'm on my 4th one-the glass breaks pretty easy if it is hit by a branch or something. The last time I broke one I borrowed my friends acerbis to see what it was like-a lot more durable but almost useless. I ended up ordering two emgos this time because I know it will break eventually.

I bought a pair of these....they are really low end (and expect to break them after you hia a branch or something). They vibrate and blur the image quite a bit because the do not fit on the damping rubbers that the stock mirrors mount on. So you have to mount them w/o the rubbers on and get lots of vibration in the mirrors....But still, due to the high cost and the antenna like look of the stock mirrors, I am now looking at getting some medium priced folding mirrors...still looking...any suggestions for the folding type mirrors?

Geo

Yea id like to know what affordable mirrors work too. When I bought my BRP all it had where acerbis piece's of $hit on them there where great if I wanted to look at myself.

Ken Sean mirrors are pretty stout. They fold down well and dont vibrate. My only problem is that I have a great view of my shoulders and need to shift slightly. Still better than breaking.

I have tried the Ken Seans too. They are the exact same mirror as the Emgo. I suspect that Ken Sean and Emgo buy these from the same Chinese (or wherever they are made) manufacturer. Regardless, they work great for me and I will keep using them. :thumbsup:

I bought the emgo's trying to save a few bucks. they vibrate like hell. nothing is better on the XRL that the OEM mirror. Thats why there so freakin high priced

Ken Sean mirrors are pretty stout. They fold down well and dont vibrate. My only problem is that I have a great view of my shoulders and need to shift slightly. Still better than breaking.

Yes I agree .. they have worked great for me also..

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