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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-19-2019, 09:31 PM Thread Starter
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Speed Twin mirrors on a 2019 Street Twin

Does anyone know if Speed Twin or Street Cup oem bar end mirrors can fit on the 2019 Street Twin?

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 09:40 AM
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Does anyone know if Speed Twin or Street Cup oem bar end mirrors can fit on the 2019 Street Twin?
I asked the same of my dealer and they couldnít tell me. I ended up ordering the Triumph round bar end mirrors.
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Thanks. I wonder if its as simple as going to a dealer and measuring handlebar diameters on both bikes.
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Thanks. I wonder if its as simple as going to a dealer and measuring handlebar diameters on both bikes.
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Worth a shot. Yes, the fox shocks are the best upgrade Iíve made to the bike. Well worth it.
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After a couple of thousand miles I can attest that the Speed Twin bar end mirrors work great and look good too. If they bolt right on I would not hesitate to make the switch.

I hear running is good for you, but the ice cubes keep falling out of my glass.
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Pic of Speed Twin mirrors. The stock mirrors are pretty cool.
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I think I found them. Part no. 28 in the diagram: https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts...643#sch1160572

And parts 15 and 16 for the bar end finishers. And I think they would fit the street twin because they come with adapters for 1" bars and 7/8" bars (part 30). Only thing is, now I am having doubts. They look great on the speed twin but maybe they would be too big for the street twin?? I'm thinking I will go with the smaller, round bar ends mirrors. Just the cheap ones for now and evaluate from there.
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Pic of Speed Twin mirrors. The stock mirrors are pretty cool.
Are these Thruxton shocks? How are they on the Speedy?
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Are these Thruxton shocks? How are they on the Speedy?

After what seemed like weeks of chasing down quality rear shock options for the Speed Twin, I found a guy in England who simply installed the Thruxton Ohlins. They bolt right on.

So I found a like-new set on eBay and installed them. They are exactly the same part number as the stock Thruxton R shocks.


I’ve set them up for “comfort” (20 clicks compression, 40 clicks rebound) and the least amount of preload.

I weigh about 160 lb; ride is much better than stock with this setup. Even a hack like me can feel it.

And there’s a nice splash of yellow color on the black bike. I've also fitted the stainless cans from the Thruxton; another easy bolt on that seem more attractive and robust than the stock painted cans.



Hey--apologies to the the OP, mford, for hijacking the mirror thread
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All good! These are things we all need to know. My first choice was a speed twin but am a newb and decided to work my way up.
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