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    Default CS Wing Mirrors for a 360

    Any idea where to get Challenge Stradale wing mirrors and do they fit ok and how easily ?

    Oh.....and how much ?!?!
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    they bolt straight on without any problems.
    price each is about $3500 last time i checked.
    you can get NGT type mirrors for less (essentially what the CS mirror was based on) but you lose the electric mirror adjustment.

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    $7000 !!!!!!!!!

    OK, might stick with OEM !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidester View Post
    $7000 !!!!!!!!!

    OK, might stick with OEM !!!
    these are non-motorised replicas from the US:

    http://www.macarbon.com/store/360-in...ngine-parts-8/

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    Try these guys. They are based in Liverpool and have the NGT mirrors which they get shipped in from Germany. A steal at 480 ish for the pair.

    http://www.st1motorsport.com/ferrari/360.htm

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    Default CS Mirrors - Not All are same

    The aftermarket mirrors (including ours) are based on the Michelotto style CGT mirrors rather than the CS mirrors. We use the same core as the ones sold by ST1. The core is made by RevoZport in Hong Kong. RevoZport sells a fiberglass version and a CF version. We buy the fiberglass version and do our own CF work on it. They look great - mirrors you would actually want others to see on your car. We use the correct weave of carbon for Ferrari where as others use a Porsche style twill carbon. Our have minimal distortion in the CF compared to the other versions. We also finish off the mirror cups rather than leaving bare fiberglass exposed.

    If you do not want to spend what we charge, I would recommend either doing the body color version of the CGT mirrors or staying with your normal mirrors.

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    Look at the actual side mirror with the side mirror on the car in the other pics. I dont think is the same side mirror. Which 1 is the actual side mirror they offering? The 1st picture of the side mirror look short , triangle and nicer. The one which fitted on the car pics looks small and square. Am i correct ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by V-Ferrari View Post
    Look at the actual side mirror with the side mirror on the car in the other pics. I dont think is the same side mirror. Which 1 is the actual side mirror they offering? The 1st picture of the side mirror look short , triangle and nicer. The one which fitted on the car pics looks small and square. Am i correct ?
    No, its actually an optical illusion, they are the exact same mirrors. They look different depending on the viewing angle.

    I originally had these 360GT style mirrors before biting the bullet and buying factory CS CF mirrors.

    The GT mirrors are quite impractical for people with a regular sized UK garage simply because they do not FOLD (at all). So you have to be PIN accurate driving your car into a single garage, if its even possible. I had a triple garage at the time so it didn't matter but on single's I'd say you'd seriously struggle to get in and out.

    The GT mirrors where originally designed for pure racing and are super light. They have little in the way of adjustment, no heating, no movement and no folding. The mirrors themselves are rather small too and you also need to be careful because there ARE differences between mirrors designed for a LEFT HAND DRIVE car and ones for a RIGHT HAND DRIVE. This is to do with the mirror magnification. Get it wrong and your magnifications will be the wrong way around.
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    Ive got a pair for sale off my old 360. As new condition. 350.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wardcomp View Post
    Ive got a pair for sale off my old 360. As new condition. 350.
    what are you offering for 350 ? they wont be oem CS mirrors

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