Emgo Replacement Mirrors
October 26, 2012(Phoenix, AZ)
I bought a set of these mirrors form my gen1 Kawasaki EX500. The fit and worked just fine, but the rubber boots started drying out and cracking in less than a year. I wish I just bit the bullet and bought factory mirrors instead of wasting my money.
Mirrors Look Great, Can't Adjust Them!
September 13, 2012(Albuquerque, NM)
The "replacement OEM mirrors" I purchased for my 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 look fine, but are not replacements for the original mirrors. They do not provide enough tilt outward to look behind the motorcycle. There appears to be no remedy other than returning them. How strange that the designers didn't check this.
September 10, 2012(Portland, TX)
Was close enough in color and style to original that I did not have to replace both although it was slightly larger in mirror size. Was able to leave base in fairing and just replace mirror head and stem. Would use again if needing another part but just like any aftermarket product you have to decide if it is right for you and your bike.
Jury is out...
September 10, 2012(Winamac, IN)
My future son-in-law installed the mirrors on a Kawasaki 650 that I picked up at an auction...they look good, but cannot honestly comment much further.
September 04, 2012(St. Paul, MN)
First thing that is noticeable is the increased magnification compared to the stock mirror. This makes the vibration of the motor much more noticeable. Second You have to adjust the mirror several times if you go to higher speeds the wind causes it to move out of place.
July 17, 2012(Southern, VT)
Quick, easy, no problem. Looks just like the OEM on Ninja 250. M.S. price and delivery were also 5/5
Emgo O.E.M. Replacement Mirror
July 12, 2012(Montreal, QC)
Fast delivery. excellent product.
I would do business with you guys any time
EMGO Replacement Mirrors
July 11, 2012(Austin, TX)
Really easy to install and they match my old mirrors exactly. Great value.
'09 Ninja 250R
July 10, 2012(Southern, VT)
If it is not an exact OEM copy, I can't tell you why. I did not use the base, installed stem and mirror to existing base. Very easy - use both lock washers, top and bottom of spacer nut to avoid digging into the body work.
July 10, 2012(Quarryville, PA)
These O.E.M. mirrors fit perfectly. They definitely widen your range of view. They fold over nicely. The only problem I had with the installation was that the mirrors do not come with bolts and nuts to fasten them onto the bike. It was not a biggie, just would have been a bit more convenient. Overall great product!