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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.
     
  4. Pow Wow Motorcycles

    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.
     
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    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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    RAYT Just got it firing!

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    I wanted to share installing my new Rizoma AZ403B bar risers on my V7 III Carbon Black.
    There where a couple of modifications needed for the installation. (see photos accordingly)
    The original bushings needed to be removed because of the new Rizoma bolts were to large (diameter) to fit.
    The original cap washers and spacers also needed to be drilled slightly larger for the new bolts to fit through to thread on to the new Rizoma bar risers.
    The original top bracket does not align with the bolt pattern on the new Rizoma Rrisers.
    *Note: I sacrificed the bracket for the comfort of the lift the risers gave me for riding position*
    Got everything aligned before tightening to complete and finish.
    Hope this helps anyone who considers the Rizoma AZ403B Risers for the V7 III.
    They really work great if you are looking for a little bit more comfort.

    Riser Parts.jpg Remove bushings1.jpg Remove bushings2.jpg Orig Drill.jpg Old Bracket New Alignment.JPG Old New Alignment.jpg New Risers.JPG Titghten Finish.jpg
     
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