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- Offre pour moto/scooter riders total de mort de visibilité pour la première fois
- Donne le conducteur a fantastic 180° vue horizontale dans les zones de mort
- Utilise un design unique à trois plans verticaux qui lui donner un avis, y compris le conducteur qui ajoute une autre dimension à l'expérience
- ultra léger et facile à adapter à la plupart des écrans pour moto/scooter
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RiderScan offers motorcycle/scooter riders total blind spot visibility for the first time. RiderScan-uses a unique design With three vertical planes which give a fantastic view, including the rider which adds another dimension to the experience. RiderScan-riding has a continuous horizontal curve which gives the rider a fantastic 180 degree view horizontal into the blind spot areas. With one glance all revealed. RiderScan is-is very lightweight and easy to FIT most to motorcycle/scooter-screens. RiderScan is a scanning mounted mirror, When correctly under normal circumstances the rider at glance into one will see all the blind spot areas.-RiderScan scanning a mirror and is NOT to be used without final shoulder check. When a potential hazard is noticed in the RiderScan the rider should look to the hazard to get the true perspective.: DOES NOT FIT Suzuki GSXR
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I can say that they are so easy to install. The only recommendation I have is mount it as high as you can. Roadcraft Nottingham from the UK have me that advice based upon his. I mounted my first like his was and he recommended it to be as high as I can, higher than his if possible. If I can, I will upload a picture later.
The seller I used, he was courteous and fast. In fact, I will use him again.
For the manufacturer, Steve Hunter of HunterCreate, he makes a great product at an affordable price. This device makes these limitations on my neck not have as big of an impact on the safety of my riding. They don't replace life saver shoulder checks but the never let me down. It's just another way to arrive alive.
I think it should have an additional adjustment for up/down right at the pad itself. Even better would be a ball on the back of the pad and a clamping socket where the pad joins the crossbar, like a very small RAM mount. The problem is that one can angle the pads in or out and there is a rod that the pads clamp to for an up and down adjustment for the entire mirror. For many windscreens they round horizontally and vertically both throughout. To attach the pads to that "dish" shape more than one movement is needed, especially since you are using a double sided adhesive tape. You don't want the mirror mount to be under tension from poor contour when just sitting there, it could loosen in the garage. It's not easy to find a good spot for this if you use a GoPro or a GPS that get in the way.
I was looking at putting it on my Vulcan 2000 and noticed that the handlebar clamp cover looks very much like this but the curve is off just a little on that, it doesn't quite do what the RiderScan itself does, but it could have. If Kawasaki had been really doing design correctly the VN2000 would have had a RiderScan built-in to the design of that cover. Sad.
Get one, especially if you ride in groups, or heavy traffic, or you haven't put a farkle on your bike for a while. You'll figure out where to put it and it might save you an accident if you get used to glancing at it.
The mirror is a nice piece of hardware, and one more way to check your blind spot, and check out your own self as you ride! Mounted directly in front of you, it will show any traffic directly behind you. Just your blind spot, pretty much.
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