These mirrors belong on some sort of sportster. Not a streetbike. They are a tad bit bulky and heavy for a cbr600rr. They seem really durable though. I wouldnot buy them for a streetbike but for a harley of some sort yes
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Sorry guys but I can't give you a hands on eval just yet. I can say that the new mirrors are not simple addition. I see (girlfriend took pictures) they are a single post mirror where my old ones are a two bolt mount. Unless they mount to the center swivel bolt off of the fairing mount then I'll have to do some modifying...which I'd rather not do. Aesthetically the mirrors are sharp. If I can get them mounted I'm sure I'll like them.
These mirrors are great and have very litle vibration. However, thry did not fit my 01 gsxr they are said to said to fit, but i had to do some modifications to my fairings to make them work and it did not look very well. Mirrors are great just think about mirror block offs to go with them.
Item is god and quality but does not fit my bike without separate purchase of adapter kit.
These mirrors do what they are supposed to, you can see fairly well. I have only 2 complaints. They said these would fit a1993 cbr 1000f, but I had to modify the mounts a little and it doesn't look quite right. I wish they came with a rubber boot to cover the mounts. And lastly they arnt very aerodynamic so at higher speeds the like to move. But you can't beat the price.
I felt that the mirrors on a stock CBR600RR look like an ant or some kind of bug, they drove me crazy until I found these mirrors from Motosport. They look great on my CBR, BUT, you to have to do some modifications that are NOT included with the mirrors. I had to go to my local hardware store and buy some all thread and plastic dowels, cut the dowels to the angle that I wanted so that the mirrors could be seen out of and bolt them down. Why Honda didn't give the 600 the same mirror design as the 1000 is beyond me. But once I had them mounted they look like a million bucks, will add photo later to us 600RR riders can see how mean it makes the bike look.
Good mirrors, light weight!
The included hardware does not fit 05-06 CBR600rr.
However go to local auto-parts store and get M8 x 38mm double ended studs. These will screw directly into stock mirror mount and Bikemaster Mirror bottom.
You can add the black cover nut that is included with mirrors to cover the steel bolt. Finishes out very clean and gave my bike that edgy look while saving weight.
Pretty good mod for the price. They match my bike well and are a better looking product than my stock round mirrors. My round ones had a larger viewing area but these are fine. It takes patience to tighten them properly.
Looks nice on my supermoto. Easy to adjust, but kinda a pain to get just right.
purchased for a bandit 400 street fighter project. Easy to install with the provided hardware. So much more useful than the bar end mirrors or the shaky oem mirrors. The sharp lines complimented the rest of my conversion and kept the look aggressive.
For the price, this is a good mirror. But you get what you pay for. While installing them, don't overtighten them - the assembly brackets are plastic and I've seen other reviews where they break. Just use common sense. They do look good on my '12 Shadow Phantom and match the matte black of the rest of the bike well. Most black mirrors are glossy black, so I thought these were a good choice. When I brought my bike into my dealership for servicing, the tech there also said he thought they looked cool, and he didn't even realize they were plastic. The black cleans up real well with an Armor All cleaning cloth.
I have had them installed for 6 months and my only complaints are they shake a little more than the stock mirrors and the mirror quality is not that great... they fuzz up and fog up easily. But for $40, I am not going to argue. I do plan on upgrading to some other mirrors in the future - I ordered these as cheap replacements since I busted a mirror when I dropped my bike.