How do I know if this aftermarket mirror fits my sportsbike?
Measure it first. Here is how.
Remove the original mirrors. Keep all taken off parts in place just in case if you would need to use them later.
2. Check the Mirror Base
Download the 1:1 actual size PDF from our website. Print the PDF out as a template and cut out the paper pieces around its shape if needed.
Put the template on the fairing directly to see if the shape of the mirror base fits the fairing. (The mounting surface should be flat.)
If it fits:
Continue to check the hole spacing.
If it doesn't fit:
You’ll have to customize it to fit the mirror base, then continue to check the hole spacing.
3. Check the Hole Spacing
Measure the minimum and maximum distance between two bolts (or two bolt holes).
(MAX+min) / 2 = bolt distance from center to center (C2C)
If the C2C value is within 36mm~50mm:
Continue to check the hole size.
If it's not between 36mm~50mm:
You’ll have to customize it to 36mm~50mm, then continue to check the hole size.
4. Check the Bolt Size
Measure the diameter of the bolts.
If the bolt size is 6mm:
Yes! This mirror fits your bike.
If the bolt size is not 6mm:
You’ll have to customize the bolt to 6mm.
Here is a fitment list that we collected for reference.
(Not all models are tested, so we strongly suggest checking dimensions to best see if the mirrors fit your motorcycle)
Current listing is using our 2nd generation sportsbike adapter.
If you like our 3rd generation sportsbike adapter, this is the fitment article for it.