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Anyone got a great side mirror they want to recommend? The Talon has kind of a "Stinkbug" stance so I don't see a center mirror of any value, beside I will have the tail bed full I'm sure so a center mirror isn't the answer. I know it is very difficult to see when you back up.
 

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YES! YES! YES! Buy a set of Sector Seven's if you want the best mirror in the business for the Honda Talon. The rear visibility is insanely sharp very wide angle and solves the issue of "stinkbug" visibility of the Talon. I ran these on my other machines, and was so impressed! The spherical glass optics are second to none, and this mirror can adjust at ANY tube frame angle. If you need to see someone coming from behind, you will see them, or rotate easily by hand to see if your tires are going to clip rocks or what not. These are solid billet machined, right in the USA, not cheesy plastic mirrors made in China. The 360 degree pivot is super strong and solid, so you can adjust on the fly instantly.

To adjust, just grab them, and push or pull. No stupid levers, no stupid adjustment knobs, no stupid indexed positions. They go exactly where you want them at any angle just by a push or pull of your hand.

Also, I have found these lights on the mirror out perform even Baja Design light bars because of the wide beam width , high power (over 8,000 focused lumens), and you can offset them below your eyes, unlike a roof mounted light bar. Each light can be swapped out (i.e. green yellow, focus, broad) if you need to customize for your riding. If you ride in dust. Light bars can almost take out all your vision if it's even slightly dusty because they are above your viewing angle and reflect light back in your eyes. Also, Sector Seven's can angle at night to illuminate backwards, upwards (steep climbs), below at tires for rocks, sideways, along the door and so on. They can be used as a spot light at 210 degrees (most mirrors are 20 to 30 degrees or are locked in 1 position). Best product out there, and for the quality it's way worth their fair price. If you smash or break one, each component can also be replaced and they have a fold in collision design that is superior to anything out there. I won't run any other mirror, and just wish I could get these for my pickup truck!!

Because I rock crawl , and do Moab rides at night I keep them up higher, but I slide them down for more desert fast stuff with ease!

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YES! YES! YES! Buy a set of Sector Seven's if you want the best mirror in the business for the Honda Talon. The rear visibility is insanely sharp very wide angle and solves the issue of "stinkbug" visibility of the Talon. I ran these on my other machines, and was so impressed! The spherical glass optics are second to none, and this mirror can adjust at ANY tube frame angle. If you need to see someone coming from behind, you will see them, or rotate easily by hand to see if your tires are going to clip rocks or what not. These are solid billet machined, right in the USA, not cheesy plastic mirrors made in China. The 360 degree pivot is super strong and solid, so you can adjust on the fly instantly.

To adjust, just grab them, and push or pull. No stupid levers, no stupid adjustment knobs, no stupid indexed positions. They go exactly where you want them at any angle just by a push or pull of your hand.

Also, I have found these lights on the mirror out perform even Baja Design light bars because of the wide beam width , high power (over 8,000 focused lumens), and you can offset them below your eyes, unlike a roof mounted light bar. Each light can be swapped out (i.e. green yellow, focus, broad) if you need to customize for your riding. If you ride in dust. Light bars can almost take out all your vision if it's even slightly dusty because they are above your viewing angle and reflect light back in your eyes. Also, Sector Seven's can angle at night to illuminate backwards, upwards (steep climbs), below at tires for rocks, sideways, along the door and so on. They can be used as a spot light at 210 degrees (most mirrors are 20 to 30 degrees or are locked in 1 position). Best product out there, and for the quality it's way worth their fair price. If you smash or break one, each component can also be replaced and they have a fold in collision design that is superior to anything out there. I won't run any other mirror, and just wish I could get these for my pickup truck!!

Because I rock crawl , and do Moab rides at night I keep them up higher, but I slide them down for more desert fast stuff with ease!

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thanks I'll check them out
 

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I went with the Seizmik mirrors. The roll bar mounts are metal, not plastic. They are like automotive mirrors. The glass is independently adjustable inside the housing, so the housing stays rigid. Plus there’s detents in the housing, so if you hit something, they fold away. Then you just push them back into place. Just like a car!. They also have incredible customer service. Mine came with a very small scratch in one of the mirror glass. I emailed them on Sunday afternoon. They returned my email at 6 am on Monday. They were very sorry for the lack of quality control and sent a replacement glass out immediately! FREE
 
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