Here are a few photos that show how the inboard brackets sit next to the mirror mounts and reach under the handbar sets.In pic 2, on the left side, is the handguard's stabilizing arm reaching under the clutch housing and bracketing onto the handlebar next to the mirror mount?
That's good feedback to hear. I've put only a few miles on mine thus far, but feel like they're good overall protection.Good choice, @Buggzilla, I'm very happy with mine. They're strong, good quality and IMHO their best feature is that the "stabilizing arm" is mounted on 2 points, therefore does not bend in case of crash and protects the hands better. I have mine since more than 3 years, had one major fall with sliding, one minor slide about 5 meters and several drops from still and all the time they did a great job. Mine are with the optional height extender (highly recommended) and with led blinkers which survived the last small slide with small scratch on the edge.
All the best and ride safely
Hi, Mark,That's good feedback to hear. I've put only a few miles on mine thus far, but feel like they're good overall protection.
Can you post a photo or two of the optional height extender, as I didn't know that was an option.
Also, would like to see the LED blinkers, too.
Thanks for the information. I just ordered a set of handguard extensions. Cheers!Here they are:
Height extenders: https://sw-motech.com/en/bike/BMW/R...protection/handguards/KOBRA/4052572021439.htm
Led blinkers: https://sw-motech.com/en/bike/BMW/R...protection/handguards/KOBRA/4052572021453.htm
Hi @jupijapan,For the blinkers, is it just a matter of tapping into the existing turn signal wires (led version)?