Bar-End Mirrors for Triumph motorcycles

    Brand: TEC
    €149,- Delivery expected soon, order now to reserve yours!
    Pair of E-marked mirrors in complete kit for many Triumph models (see applications and details below). Compatible with heated grips.
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    Product description

    - Bonneville T100 all versions 2017+
    - Bonneville T120 all versions 2016+
    - Street Twin 2016-2022
    - Speed Twin 900 (2022+)
    - Street Cup 2017-2019
    - Street Scrambler 2017-2022
    - Scrambler 900 (2022+)
    - Thruxton 1200/R (2016-2021)
    - Thruxton RS (2019+)
    - Speed Twin 1200 toutes versions 2019+
    - Scrambler 1200 all versions 2019+
    - Bobber all versions 2017+
    - Bobber Black 2018-2021
    - Speedmaster 1200 all versions 2018+
    - Trident 660 (2021+)

    Compatible with heated grips.

    Complete kit to fit a pair of handlebar (bar-end) mirrors on all Triumph twins. Many kits on the market are universal and fitting them on your bike can be difficult because Triumph uses specific handlebars. Our kit has been tested on all indicated models.

    The kit comes with the bar-end plates, as seen on the photos.

    In addition to the gain of look and visibility, their weight is greatly reduced to the original mirrors, for lower steering weight.
    Made from solid aluminum, machined on 5-axis CNC, finished black by anodizing.
    Stainless steel hardware. Certified for Europe with "E-Mark" engraved.
    Total diameter 104mm, diameter of the mirror 94mm.

    Easy assembly with basic tools, no modification of the motorcycle or mirrors, nor any special tool.
    Note: Secure the screws with threadlock to ensure they stay in place.

    Warranty 12 months.


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    Rétroviseurs d’excellente facture ! Tout est prévu pour être installés sur modèles carbu / injection / refroidissement liquide . Les pastilles en bout de guidon sont même fournies … Top
    Posted by: PATRICE on 8 July 2021
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    Bar-End Mirrors for Triumph motorcycles
    Posted by: GIOVANNI TONTI on 16 February 2021