The ones I checked out (from a 2015/2016 ZX10R) had a center-to-center distance that seemed to be wider than what the N1K frame allowed by almost 10mm. That could still be worked by welding on a bigger mount-plate.. but the fairing allowance for the mirror mount is not as easily workable...I dunno about other vintages of ZX10R, just the ones I've got, which I believe Kawi used from 2008 to 2010.
FWIW, even if the center-to-center distance is not quite exactly the same, as long as it's close enough, by a couple of mm's say, you might be able to oval the mounting holes to fit. That was the case with that Aprilia RSV1000R I posted pics above.
It's just as important the angles of the mirrors are close enough on the new host bike, so they let the rider see where he needs to see.
I'll try and get some more exact measurements the next time I go into the shop (as soon as the clutch-return spring comes in)