Has anybody changed their mirrors yet? If so, please post a pic. I am thinking Rizoma, mostly because thats all I can find.
Ha, I just mentioned that on your exhaust thread.Now accepting donations for a better camera and/or phone! I keep spending money on the bike and forget about how crappy the lens is
Ha, I just mentioned that on your exhaust thread.
You can get a decent camera for less then $100.oo Silver Point and Shoot Cybershot Camera | Cyber-shot Digital Camera W610 | DSC-W610 | Sony USA
I do like how you sent the easiest camera to use ever lol. believe it or not I can take good pictures. Once she's out of the barn and in the real world I'll get some better ones.
I gave the OEM mirrors over 1.5K miles before deciding to switch over to bar end mirrors. After reading myriad bar end mirror reviews, I purchased a set of CRG Hindsight LS mirrors, and accompanying Rhino round button style bar end sliders with mirror mount grooves. The CRG mirrors fit the Rhino bar end mounts literally perfectly. My primary concern with the LS (Lane Split) folding mirrors was stability, as they are held in operating position by a ball/detent arrangement. Ends up this initial concern was not well founded.
I left the OEM mirrors mounted, while directly comparing the original mirrors to the new CRG's. The difference was appreciable...less vibration on the CRG's, the CRG's offer a far more clear image, and offer a greater field of vision...no more viewing my own shoulders. The OEM's came off after the trial of about 200 miles...and shan't return!
Attached are a couple of pics. Oh, and if I haven't mentioned it before...these R12R's rock! My last ride was an older Moto Guzzi V-7 sport, cafe'd out. It was a nice enough bike, but cannot hold a candle to the R12R.
Not to change the subject...but has anyone tried the GPR Shorty Muffler(BMW48DT)? Check out item 140606731102 on Ebay. Price likely reflects quality, but I'm tempted...I don't wish significantly greater noise levels, but could appreciate a different tone...and definately seek a more sporty appearance versus the mammoth cones provided in Berlin.