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SW-MOTECH Left & Right Side mirror wideners for right-threaded M10 mirrors for select BMW, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki & Triumph

SKU: SVL.00.505.101

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If you're tired of seeing your own shoulders in your rearview mirrors, then these are for you! This pair of mirror wideners screws into the original mirror mount on your motorcycle handlebars, providing a spacer between the base of the rearview mirror and the motorcycle's original mirror mount.

This part has been confirmed to fit the following bikes with handlebar-mounted mirrors. The item may also fit additional bikes.

Product details:
The height of the part itself is 32mm. Included is a 6mm spacer, which brings the overall height displacement up to 38mm. The center to center displacement of the mirror widener is 40mm. The actual displacement will vary depending on the angle at which the wideners are mounted onto the bike.

Pegaso, '04-
Tuono, '07-
SL750 Shiver
Mana 850

F650ST, -'99
F650 Funduro, -'99
R1150R Rockster
G650GS '11-'14

This model of mirror wideners fits only M10x1.25 fine thread pitch mirror mounts.

Use SVL.00.505.102 mirror wideners if you have the M10x1.00 regular thread pitch mirror mounts found on later BMW models.

This item does NOT fit the BMW F650CS, F650GS '00-'07, F650GS/Dakar, '00-'07, G650GS '09-, or R1100R, all of which use a smaller M8x1.25 bolt diameter and thread (use SVL.00.503.100 mirror wideners instead)

Monster*** (most models '00 & later)

***Note: check the right-side mirror to confirm whether it's reverse threaded before ordering this product. Ducati has used both right-right and right-left threaded mirrors on this bike. If using right-left mirrors, use mirror widener part SVL.00.504.101.

Use the LEFT threaded part SVL.00.504.101 for Monster 900, -'99!

599 / CB600 Hornet (naked bike only)
919 / CB900 Hornet (naked bike only)
CBR125, '04-
CB750 Nighthawk, '93-
CB900, '02-
CB1000R '08-
CB1300, '03-
FMX650, '04-
VT125C, '99-
XL600V Transalp, '87-
XL650V Transalp, -'05
XL1000V Varadero
XRV750 Africa Twin

Terra 650, '13-
Strada 650, '13-
ER6N, '05-
KLR650A, -'07
KLR650E, '08- (requires purchase of adapter kit for clearance on left side - see drop down options)
Versys 1000 '12-
Z1000, '07-
Z1000, '03-'06
Z750, '04- (NOT for Z750S, '05-'07)

LC4 Enduro
LC4 Adventure 640
LC8 Adventure 950 & 950/S
LC8 Adventure 990 & 990/S

Moto Guzzi

B-King, '08-
DL650 V-Strom, '04-
DL1000 V-Strom, '02-
DR650SE, '96-
GS500E*, '88-'10
GSF600N Bandit, all years
GSF650N Bandit, all years
GSF1200N Bandit, all years
GSX750, '04-
SV650N, -'02
SV650N, '03-
SV1000N, '03-

*Does not fit:

  • Suzuki GS500F*
  • Suzuki SV650S

Speed Triple
Tiger 800 XC '11-
Tiger 900
Tiger 955, '01-
Tiger 1050, '07-

This item does NOT fit Buell and Harley-Davidson bikes with male 5/16" diameter, 18 TPI (fine thread) handlebar mirror mounts.

Check out the totally Twisted Suzuki DL650 which is outfitted with this Twisted component

Customer Reviews
Review by finnspinn
I struggled to justify $100+ for a couple pieces of metal. But just buy them. I was so tired of dropping my shoulders to see out the mirrors. Improved the buffeting as well on my '03 Tiger. I'm 6'5". Anything that helps is worth the money. Install was alright. Really need to tighten things down. Use threadlock. Had to grind down the left side bolt. (Posted on 7/23/15)
Review by Topcat59
I purchased these to increase the field of view - Glad I did, they worked great. Yes - they are might be more expensive than others out there - but they are well made, and do not increase mirror vibration like cheaper units tend to. (Posted on 6/28/15)
Review by Superfunkomatic
Still can see my shoulders and now vibration seems worse. Everything's a blur above 40 mph. Gets in the way of the choke. Makes my Kawasaki ZRX1100 look like a mod Vespa with the tall, wide mirrors. Front end wobbling at high speed from big, dog-eared mirrors flopping and dragging. Switched back to bar-end mirrors and wobble is gone. (Posted on 5/30/15)
Review by FUA
Great idea but it doesn't work - at least not on a 1999 Kawasaki ZRX1100 it doesn't. Comes close but for the expense, I still see my shoulders and the mirrors vibrate worse than before. Can't see a thing above 40 mph everything becomes a blur. (Posted on 5/29/15)
Review by Jeremy
These are pretty good I got there for my 2012 Versys and they bolt right on, takes all of about five minutes.

I did however have a bit of a problem with these. When I revived these I ran downstairs to stick them on the bike and guess what. One of them was left hand threaded and the other was right both of the mirrors on a Versys are Left hand threaded so this made the first pair I got completely useless. No problem though I called up TT and they had a new set on the way before I dropped the bad set off at FedEx. The second set had the correct threads they double checked them for me before they sent them off. So props to TT for great customer service! (Posted on 5/19/15)
Review by Chuck
Needed something to see past my shoulders. These mirror wideners were just what I needed on my CN 700 X. (Posted on 4/30/15)
Review by impalla62ss
It is very nice to not have my shoulder take up a third of my mirrors. It really increases visibility. The instructions are a little hard to find and are wrapped up with the parts inside another box. I located them after I installed the extenders. (Posted on 10/16/14)
Review by Fudd
To review mirrors that provide a great view of my shoulders. These fine quality, German made (a country that seems to have figured out that manufacturing is as important than banking and finance), items work as advertised. Excellent value. (Posted on 9/18/14)
Review by BigRed55
I bought this extension for my side mirrors because I could see my shoulders while riding. I later found out your not suppose to see your shoulders so I purchased these extenders. My 2013 Honda NC700XDCT motorcycle fit perfectly and was very easy to install. I highly recommend this to anyone who has broad shoulders or a big guy riding. Great product! (Posted on 9/11/14)
Review by Daddy4
They don't work awesome with the 2015 DR as it conflicts with the choke, but if you reverse it, it still works (Posted on 8/25/14)
Review by Jeffrey
These are a must have if your wide in the shoulders. Easy to install. (Posted on 11/27/13)
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