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Rizoma Dealer - Please post...

Discussion in 'Chat & Tech Info' started by GT-Rx®, Feb 22, 2017.

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  3. don't know much about them, but will watch this thread.

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  1. GT-Rx®

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    Nordicnorm Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    My Buell came to me with Rizoma grips. Black anodized. Part rubber, part alloy w/set-screws to prevent twisting on the grip.
    Definitely high quality stuff, and very cool looking. Not much rubber cushioning, but you have to sacrifice something to look this good!
     
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    Thanks for the post Norm.

    I have added a few items HERE talked about on the Forum, and I will continue to add them as I see them or people inquire.
     
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    Pow Wow Motorcycles Just got it firing!

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    I bought a set of front and rear Rizoma Iride signals. Has anyone installed these on their V7III? I have an Anniversario. Looks like I will need to order a set of adapter plates and possibly a stem extension. Any shared experience would be appreciated. Also I purchased the tail tidy brake light, any instructions or photos would be great.
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    Godfrey High Miler GT Famiglia

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    I fitted Rizoma IRide indicators to the Duc Scrambler that I owned rather briefly. Good quality bits, yes I needed mount adapters and other stuff. The Duc flasher was compatible without resistors, don't know about the Guzzi. I believe I found a compatibility sheet for installation on their website.

    Rizoma makes some very nice stuff, some pretty if otherwise nonfunctional bling, etc. I don't buy a lot of any of it, but it's always useful to know what's available when you're considering a project.
     
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    Poppe Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Those look sweet.
     
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    Guys & Gals, Rizoma just released V7 III specific accessories; http://www.rizoma.com/other-bikes/moto-guzzi-v7-v7-iii-stone-2019/en -- Contact me direct email if there's anything you want, and I'll get in online on the Store tab above. I'll probably bring a few things in myself to test and photograph. If there is any particular thing in the line you'd like for me to test, post below.

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    Poppe Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Those sort of Clubman like bars are sick.
     
  9. SMTCapeCod

    SMTCapeCod Just got it firing!

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    Bars look pretty neat.

    I like the tail tidy a lot- the smaller brake light looks great...but then there's that note that it should'nt be used as primary light? Is that a combination brake and plate light, or just plate light?
     
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    The plate light also does function as a secondary (super bright) running and brake light, but this kit is designed to use the iRide turns as the primary running/brake lights; https://gtmotocycles.com/products/rizoma-iride-running-brake-turns
     
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    SMTCapeCod Just got it firing!

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    Oh shoot, my bad for not checking out the irises, I didn't realize that they serve as both turn and brake lights. Sharp setup, thank you for the clarification!
     

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