BikeMaster Candy Drop Standard Mirrors With Turn Signals

$84.99
$67.99 (20% off)
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At BikeMaster, they understand the quality and performance that motorcycle owners demand. They also understand that quality should be affordable. Not just for professional riders and mechanics, but for the everyday rider / mechanic as well. That is why BikeMaster continues to bring that level of quality and performance to all riders with their complete line of tools, parts and accessories at affordable prices.

  • Naked and standard Euro Style.
  • Integrated turn signals.
  • Solid aluminum with no plastic parts.
  • Satin black aerodynamic.
  • Catches light like nothing else.
  • Machine-turned and rounded straight shaft stem for one of the cleanest looks.
  • Candy Drop head with distortion-free tinted glass.
  • Beautiful powder-coated black finish.
  • High quality swivels for perfect placement without slipping.
  • Sold as a pair with hardware for all Japanese bikes.

Sizing Details:

  • Length: 5-1/2".
  • Height: 3-9/16".
  • Depth: 1-9/16".
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Las Cruces, NM, USA
Brando
Great value

Mirrors are very easy to install. Turn signals are bright. Great product, excellent price. Highly recommend.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
svjeff
Nice looking mirrors

I replaced my stock SV650N mirrors with these, and I think these look much in line with the look of the bike than the stock ones did. They blend in beautifully.

The integrated turn signals are nice, be be aware that they are not nearly as bright as the standard turn signal on most bikes. Also if you remove your stock non-LED signals as I did, just be aware that the lower impedance of the LED lights will cause your blinkers to be a little hyper.

Also, they're pretty sexy.

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IanG Location: Galveston
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Devin1304 2 months 8 days ago Location: Dannevirke, New Zealand
Will these fit a 2015 ninja 300?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 2 days ago
MotoSportExpert
No, your 2015 Kawasaki ninja 300 uses a fairing mounted mirror and these are a studded mirror designed for mounting on the handlebars. For your bike you would need a slotted mount style mirror to replace your fairing mounted mirrors.
IanG 3 months 4 days ago Location: Galveston
Will these fit my 2013 SUZUKI SFV650L3?
just curious, the stock ones are really tall and obnoxious
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 26 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes these BikeMaster Candy Drop Standard Mirrors With Turn Signals should work great on your 2013 SUZUKI SFV650L3. Includes 10mm adapters.
Ctoney Over 5 months ago
Will these fit the 2015 GSX-S750?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes these BikeMaster Candy Drop Standard Mirrors With Turn Signals should work great on your 2015 Suzuki GSX-S750.
tyggen60 Over 7 months ago
Does these mirrors fit a 2010 yamaha fz1-n naked bike?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes the BikeMaster Candy Drop Standard Mirrors With Turn Signals Includes two 10mm and one Yamaha 10mm reverse thread adaptor. You should have no problems mounting them on your 2010 yamaha fz1-n.
Rich21 Over 7 months ago
What are the correct threads for this mirror?
I have a Yamaha fz-07
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The BikeMaster Candy Drop Standard Mirrors With Turn Signals Includes two 10mm and one Yamaha 10mm reverse thread adaptor.
Austin433 1 year 11 months ago
Will this fit on 93 xj600s?
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago
MotoSportExpert
This is a universal mirror that is made to be used on a wide range of motorcycles. It does not have a specific model fitment. As long as you find the correct threads for the mirror to mount into, the item will fit your 1993 XJ600S motorcycle.
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