Yamaha FZ7, FZ8 & FZ9 Folding Mirrors 225-325mm Adj Stem Perch mount 6804Y Pair
Genuine KTM folding mirrors.
This kit fits Yamaha and Ducati motorcycles at the new lower price of $98/pair
For most people this all you need. If you still want the 8mm option for the early model BMW F650, then get the 6804U universal mount kit.
Adjustable stem from 225mm-325mm. This mirror can be 225mm short or 325mm long horizontal reach.
If you can't see behind you with these mirrors, you're not even looking.
Mirrors are universal, Left or Right side fitment. Convex optical quality glass.
Made in Italy......by FAR s.r.l., Supplier to Ducati and KTM OE mirrors.
The mirror stem is adjustable and the stem slides up into the mirror head.
Maximum adjustment options and fits almost every motorcycle.
A pair of mirrors with 10mm x1.25mm RHD thread.
Bolt on fitment for Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi and many others.
Most motorcycles use 10mm x1.25mm RHD thread.
Finest handlebar mirror design in the world.... Ultimate Dirt and Street bike mirror.
Ratchet Folding feature can be locked down or left adjustable.
Can be folded out of the way for off-road.
The angle of adjustment on the folding elbow is
from 8.30AM to about 3 PM on the clock
which offers every conceivable position you could want.
No comparison with bar end mirrors or short stock mirrors.
Made in Italy
Exclusive to Moto-science
Set up instructions : Screw in the Perch models “P” 5498P, 0097P, 5587P, 6804P, 5498Y, 0097Y, 5587Y, 6804Y,
Optional grease the elbows, ~blue loctite on the allen bolt....for long haul vibration.
Tension only as much as needed and fold on fly all day...
Snug the 4mm elbow allen head only as tight as needed to stay wherever you put it.
The grease makes it much smoother.
For the clamping stud mount for “U” models : 5498U, 0097U, 5587U, 6804U
The above “P” instructions and these notes :
No need to over-tighten the stud clamping mount.
It only has to be tight enough to resist the wind. This is the clamping nut style which will allow the mirror to twist in the event of a fall or collision, saving a broken mirror.