Q: I don’t see my motorcycle listed. Do you make Signal Mirrors® for it?
A: It’s possible we may. If you’re not sure, please contact us to verify if a kit is available.
Q: What are the dimensions of the Merge Master Signal® Mirrors?
A: Merge Master Signal® Mirror side dimensions
A: Merge Master Signal® Mirror front dimensions
Q: What are the dimensions of the Angular Cruiser Signal® Mirrors?
A: Angular Cruiser Signal® Mirror side dimensions
Angular Cruiser Signal® Mirror front dimensions
Q: What are the dimensions of the Oval Cruiser Signal® Mirrors?
A: Oval Cruiser Signal® Mirror side dimensions
Oval Cruiser Signal® Mirror front dimensions
Q: Why do I need Signal Mirrors® on my motorcycle?
A: According to the NHTSA, every 100 seconds in the United States there is a lane-change / merging accident and an injury or death occur about every 10 minutes. Signal® mirrors are positioned at the eye level of adjacent drivers making them more noticeable than conventional taillights. In addition, when a turn signal is activated, a flashing chevron appears in the corresponding side mirror to alert drivers in your “blind spot” of your intentions. This Signal® mirror is also very visible to the rear of the motorcycle.
Q: Is it absolutely necessary to have motorcycle Signal Mirrors® installed by a professional? Can I do it myself?
A: It is not absolutely necessary to have a professional install motorcycle Signal® mirrors, but highly recommended. Mechanically savvy consumers are capable of doing the job themselves. You can look at our installation instructions on the individual product pages to help you decide if you want to do the installation yourself. If you feel you need professional installation, contact your local dealer or you can call us at 1-800-844-6616.
Q: How detailed are the installation instructions?
A: All of our motorcycle installation instructions cover three basic areas: factory mirror glass or housing removal, motorcycle Signal Mirror® installation, and motorcycle Signal Mirror® wire routing and splicing.
Q: Can I replace the LEDs if they “burn out”?
A: While replacement of the LEDs is not possible, remember we choose to use LEDs because they are extremely durable and long-lasting when compared to regular incandescent bulbs. The lifecycle of our LEDs is rated in several million on/off cycles. In everyday terms, this means the LEDs will provide many years of trouble-free service.
Q: I have Signal Mirrors® and broke one in an accident. Can I just purchase one mirror?
A: Yes! As with our entire Signal Mirror® line, just go where you originally purchased your mirrors, or contact us for the replacement. Typical cost for one mirror will be about ½ of the retail for the whole kit.
Q: Do all of your motorcycle Signal® mirrors have a forward-facing signal?
A: No. The only kits with a forward-facing signal are our cruiser Signal Mirror® kits part numbers 220-0165, 220-0148, 220-0149, 200-0077, and 200-0138. The signal is amber in color and only functions as a turn signal, not a running light. On 220-0224 the forward-facing signal also doubles as a running light.
Q: What are the American (Harley and Indian) and Metric (Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, etc.) cruiser Signal Mirrors® made from?
A: These mirrors are machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and have a high-quality chrome plating. Read more about our quality cruiser mirrors here. They are described in the article as follows: “Optically, they were excellent, and manufacturing and machining were superb.” No plastic or cast piece here!
Q: Do your cruiser mirrors use flat or convex glass?
A: They both use “flat” glass. Convex glass is available as a special order for the Oval Cruiser mirrors only..
Q: What are the dimensions of the BMW K1200LT, BMW R1100RT/R1150RT or Honda Goldwing GL1800 motorcycle Signal Mirror®?
A: These kits are unique because the mirror glass is replaced with a Signal Mirror® assembly. The size of the glass is just like the original mirror glass. Go here to see what’s included in the BMW kits.
Q: My bike has 4-way flashers (hazards). Will your Signal Mirrors® work with them?
A: Yes. In addition to the normal turn signal function, the Signal® mirrors will also flash when the hazards are activated, provided your motorcycle has 4-way flashers. No additional wiring is necessary for this feature to work.
Q: What is blue glass?
A: On some kits, blue glass may be an available option. Blue glass will provide the additional feature of reduced glare when compared to a standard chrome glass mirror. Plus they look cool!
Q: How are the wires routed with motorcycle Signal Mirrors®?
A: Download a copy of the instructions for your motorcycle here to see for your application. Keep in mind we try to show the best way to route considering the potential of differences from model to model.
Q: How long does it take to install motorcycle Signal Mirrors®?
A: Generally, most installations can be performed in under an hour!
Disc Glide Willie G Special: 1983
Dyna Fat Bob: 2008–2015
Dyna Low Rider: 1993–2015
Dyna Street Bob: 2006–2015
Dyna Super Glide: 1995-2010
Dyna Super Glide Police: 2004
Dyna Switchback: 2012–2015
Dyna Wide Glide: 1993–2015
Electra Glide Classic: 1972–1981
Electra Glide Heritage: 1972–1981
Electra Glide Police: 1972–1981
Electra Glide Sport: 1972–1981
Low Rider: 1977-1985
Softail Bad Boy: 1995–1997
Softail Blackline: 2012–2013
Softail Breakout: 2013–2015
Softail Convertible CVO: 2010-2012
Softail Cross Bones: 2008–2011
Softail Custom: 1986-2010
Softail Deluxe: 2006–2015
Softail Deuce: 2000–2007
Softail Fat Boy: 2001–2015
Softail Heritage Classic: 1987–2015
Softail Heritage: 1986-2010
Softail Heritage Springer: 1997–2007
Softail Night Train FXSTB : 1999–2009
Softail Nostalgia: 1993–1996
Softail Rocker: 2008–2011
Softail Slim: 2013–2015
Softail Springer: 1988–2096
Softail Standard: 1984-2014
Sportster 1000 Anniversary: 1982
Sportster 1000 Café Racer: 1977–1978
Sportster 1000 Electric Start Anniversary: 1978
Sportster 1000 Electric Start: 1985
Sportster 1000 Roadster: 1979–1985
Sportster 1000 Touring: 1977
Sportster 1100 Electric Start Anniversary: 1987
Sportster 1100 Electric Start: 1986–1987
Sportster 1200 50th Anniversary: 2007
Sportster 1200 Custom Anniversary: 2013
Sportster 1200 Custom: 2005–2015
Sportster 1200 Custom: 1996–2014
Sportster 1200 Forty-Eight: 2011–2015
Sportster 1200 Low: 2007–2011
Sportster 1200 Nightster: 2009–2012
Sportster 1200 Roadster: 2004–2009
Sportster 1200 Seventy-Two: 2013–2015
Sportster 1200 Sport: 1996–2003
Sportster 1200 Standard: 1988–2003
Sportster 1200 SuperLow: 2014–2015
Sportster 883 Custom: 1999–2010
Sportster 883 Deluxe: 1988–1995
Sportster 883 Hugger: 1988–2003
Sportster 883 Iron: 2010–2015
Sportster 883 Low: 2005–2010
Sportster 883 Roadster: 2003-2014
Sportster 883 Standard: 1987–2009
Sportster 883 SuperLow: 2011–2015
Street 500: 2015
Street 750: 2015
Sturgis Belt FXB: 1980–1982
Super Glide Custom: 1985
Super Glide Disc Glide: 1984
Super Glide Electric Start: 1974–1984
Super Glide Fat Bob: 1979–1985
Super Glide FXR: 1986- 2000
Super Glide Kick Start: 1972–1978
Super Glide Low Rider: 1987–1994
Super Glide Police: 1984–1994
Super Glide Sport Glide: 1983–1992
Touring Electra Glide: 1982-2015
Touring Road Glide: 1998–2015
Touring Road King: 1996–2015
Touring Street Glide: 2006-2015
Touring Tour Glide: 1981-1996
Touring Ultra Limited: 2010-2015
Trike FreeWheeler: 2015
Trike Tri Glide Ultra Classic: 2009–2014
V-Rod 10th Anniversary Edition VRSCDX : 2012
V-Rod Muscle VRSCF : 2009–2015
V-Rod NHRA Commemorative Edition VRSCX : 2007
V-Rod Night Rod Special VRSCDX : 2007–2015
V-Rod Night Rod VRSCD : 2006–2008
V-Rod Street Rod VRSCR : 2006–2007
Wide Glide FXWG : 1980–1985
Honda, Indian, Kawasaki, & Suzuki
Indian: All 2015 Indian Scout Models
Victory: All Victory Models (except Vision)
Honda: 2006 VTX 1800, 2002-2015 America, America LT, 2001-2015 Bonneville (Except SE),
Bonneville T100, 2004-2015 Rocket III, Rocket III Touring, 2003-2015 Speedmaster
Yamaha: All Cruisers. LH thread adaptor for RH mirror
Suzuki: All Cruisers. LH thread adaptor for RH mirror