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Just curious if anyone has tried or has installed the Hella Bar End Signals to their Vincent machine ? Thanks, Alyson
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I used Oberon bar end signals on a Vincent special. Those are available with a little extension piece that allows for use of bar end mirrors as well.Just curious if anyone has tried or has installed the Hella Bar End Signals to their Vincent machine ? Thanks, Alyson
Normal Vincent bars.I drilled a small hole in the centre of the bars between the clamps to feed the wires through a grommet.Are you using standard Vincent bars or Magura/BMW ? I have the bar end signals on my /2 so I'm aware of fitment, slots at end and hole in middle, if using Vincent bars how was the slide in fit ? Thanks, Alyson
It's an MZ mirror.They are (or used to be) available both left and right.To fit you need to move the twistgrip inwards about 1/2". An end plug from a cycle shop will finish the job.Len, can I ask you what clamp-on bar-end mirror you're using?
Looks a good set up.
I could cut you a piece of glass but you wouldn't be able to see behind you or I could cut youIt's an MZ mirror.They are (or used to be) available both left and right.To fit you need to move the twistgrip inwards about 1/2". An end plug from a cycle shop will finish the job.
BTW, I have a spare one but it needs a new glass.
Yes Duncan,I agree.I had a couple of 250's.The only weaknesses were poor quality bearings and chains.Once replaced they were a pleasure to ride.Thanks Len - I'll maybe have a quick search and see if they are still available (I had a few MZs and they were great little bikes).