I used Napoleons but I had to "modify" the ends of the bars. The aluminum clip-on bars are thicker walled than the standard steel tubes so the inside diameter is too small for most bar-end mirrors. My modifications consisted of some aggressive Dremel work on the inside of each bar about 2 inches deep. It was a nightmare but worth it because those Napoleons are so **** nice!
These are the same as the ones on ebay that I got, they do work very well.http://www.d2moto.com/Items/M040-Black
I got these a month+ ago.. They work great.. No more seeing what my shoulders look like going down the road.. I can see the lane next to me and behind me in the convex mirrors. Real glass mirrors, are crisp and clear.
For the cost great performance.
I just installed Napoleons on my SV. I am tempted to make an experiment and ride it tomorrow with both the stock and the new mirrors.. perhaps I can get less of a blind spot?! Did anyone try this?I bought some motrax barends, installed today, and I like the look. Pulling the rubber expander out was fun. One I hit with a cork screw and the other with a coat hanger. I rammed the hanger through the bar and tied it in a big knot on the other side and pulled it through.
Any advise on what to use to fill in the slot where the stock mirrors were?