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Old 02-19-2007, 09:56 AM   #1
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will 06' gsxr signal mirrors work on a 03' gsxr?

is it possible to make 06' gsxr 1000 signal mirrors work for an 03' gsxr 600. if so what mods are needed?


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Old 02-19-2007, 10:05 AM   #2
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May have to make some custom mounts but wiring should be the same i think. You should also look at the 600 and 750 mirror from 06 and 07 they are also integrated fyi
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Old 02-19-2007, 10:15 AM   #3
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thank you. i already have the mirrors from the 06 1000. i just watn to find out how hard its going to be to make them work.
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Old 02-19-2007, 10:17 AM   #4
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Probably not very just have to make or find a mount and make sure the wires are long enough. Gonna look pretty cool IMO. Are you going to do the same to the rear?
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Old 02-19-2007, 10:20 AM   #5
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im not sure what my options are for the rear.
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:13 AM   #6
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gsxr.com?

when i need model specific answers like that i usually check forums for my bike. they always seem to be trying new stuff like adding new parts to old bikes, swapping rims between years, and misc cosmetic updates first.
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:45 AM   #7
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yea no one seems to know anything on there. i actually got the idea from a guy on gsxr.com but it takes 30 days to be able to recive pm's so my thread got deleted b/c i put my e mail address on there and asked the guy to tell me how he did the mods. well i still have no info! :(
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check gixxer.com more posts there anyways
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are you using street plastics or race plastics?...

if you're using race plastics, dunno if anybody can answer that - b/c it's specific to your plastics/the lights that you are usings... (pretty unique combo)

i'd just drill (i'm assuming) three holes... 2 for the fasteners - 1 for wire routing...

james - you may need to use some gasket making material to mount them flush... lmk if you wanna use the dremmel...

no matter what - it should look pretty sweet when it's done...
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are you using street plastics or race plastics?...

if you're using race plastics, dunno if anybody can answer that - b/c it's specific to your plastics/the lights that you are usings... (pretty unique combo)

i'd just drill (i'm assuming) three holes... 2 for the fasteners - 1 for wire routing...

james - you may need to use some gasket making material to mount them flush... lmk if you wanna use the dremmel...

no matter what - it should look pretty sweet when it's done...
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all you need is super glue. thats how my flushmounts are on my 04 street plastics. the aftermarket flusmounts usually come with a huge washer that you can scew into the fairing hole. only $12.99 at eximport.
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Old 02-19-2007, 04:52 PM   #12
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The signals are in the mirrors you guys who are commenting about the plastics. :laughing6
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The signals are in the mirrors you guys who are commenting about the plastics. :laughing6
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The signals are in the mirrors you guys who are commenting about the plastics. :laughing6
bawhahahaha they are street plastics.
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Why would you want them in the mirrors? I think thats one of the ugly things about the new gsxrs.

Just get the block off plates and mount flush mounts on the plastics. Much cleaner look IMO but its your bike.
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I had the same idea with my '05 Gixxer. I even bought the '06 mirrors but sold them back on ebay. To make them work on the '05 I needed to take off old mirrors then drill holes through the fairing brackets to mount the '06 mirrors. The '06 mirrors have bolts that go through the front fairing & bracket and then there is a hex nut at the end. Not worth the trouble!
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