- Barracuda "Street" handlebar mirror (right)
- With integrated LED indicators
- Special design by Barracuda Racing
- Aerodynamic lines
- Rod made of aluminium, body made of ABS plastic
- It has a multi-position ball joint for a perfect adjustment
- The mirror comes with a universal M10 clockwise adapter
- Available in 4 color combinations (select from the drop-down menu)
* These mirrors are sold ONLY in pair
** You might need adapters in order to fit the mirrors on your bike.
These mirrors come with a standard clockwise right hand (RH) M10 x 1.25 thread and will fit most bikes.
However, most Yamaha & Ducati models and certain Aprilia & KTM models have a LH (left hand) thread on the right side mirror.
Furthermore, scooters such as Yamaha, Kymco, Piaggio, SYM etc will need a M8 threaded adapter.
Some older BMW models have M8 thread as well while newer BMW models have a specific M10 x 1.50 thread pitch.
So make sure whether you need adapters or not in order to fit the mirrors on your bike.
M10 x 1.25 RH - LH
M10 = adapter's thread diameter. In this case, the adapter's thread has a 10mm diameter
1.25 = adapter's thread pitch. In this case, the distance between each thread is 1.25mm
RH - LH = in this case, the kit contains one adapter with right hand clockwise thread (RH)
and one adapter with left hand counterclockwise (LH) thread
TIP: On motorcycles with standard M10 x 1.25 RH clockwise thread, you won't need any adapters,
however you can add a pair of M10 x 1.25 RH adapters if you wish to add height to your mirrors (2cm approx.)
Q: How do I know if these mirrors fit my motorcycle?
A: Please remove your current stock mirror and measure the diameter
Q: How do I know the mirror thread pitch of my bike?
A: Most bike mirrors thread is 1.25, however certain BMW models such R1200GS have a 1.50 mirror thread
TIP: Find a screw that you're sure is 1.25 and try to compare its thread pitch with the mirror's one. If it fits, it will look like the picture below
Q: How do I know whether my mirror thread is clockwise (RH) or counterclockwise (LH)?
A: Most bike mirrors have a standard clockwise thread (Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Triumph, Buell, Aprilia and more)
However some Yamaha, Ducati, KTM and Aprilia, have a reversed counterclockwise thread on the right hand side mirror.