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FS Feeler: Rizoma Zero11 LED Signals

I'm contemplating selling the Zero11s I took off my old bike. They were only installed for a few hundred miles and are in perfect shape. I did mod the wiring for convenience in fitting on the 919 but otherwise there are no issues.

I was thinking $50 plus shipping. Yes that's for the pair. If I recall a pair of these shipped was over $80 when I was shopping for them.

Here's a link, happens to be the same place I bought them.

They are the black version. If there is any interest I will pull the parts from the garage, confirm everything I've posted here and post some pics of what I've got.


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mmm... seriously interested.
Need to have a chat with the wife when I get home tonight.
I'll get back to you.

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Okay, just got off the phone with the wife...
she was kind enough to remind me of the nearly $200 speeding ticket I received on the way home from Wyoming over Thanksgiving break


Looks like I'm gonna have to sit this one out

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What's her number? I'll talk to her for you.

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I do have a birthday coming up in January... there might still be a chance I'll end up with them... provided no-one else jumps on them first.


If you're not desperate to move them NOW, I would be happy to take them off your hands for the $50 + S&H a month from now.

That's all I can offer you at this time.

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i'm very interested. does the price include the load box? if everything is in working order, i'll take them.

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i'm very interested. does the price include the load box? if everything is in working order, i'll take them.
Yes, both "load boxes" and 2 of the original 4 "5 watt" ceramic resistors will be included. When I get home I'll pull out the stuff and snap some pictures so everything is crystal clear. You may have to crimp on some longer leads or cut off some of my connections but they are otherwise ready to go.

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if you adapted them for your 919, will they just plug into my 919?

i pretty much want them : )

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if you adapted them for your 919, will they just plug into my 919?

i pretty much want them : )
They are not plug and play. You will need to terminate them via a crimp or solder connection to the bike (or use the connectors cut from your stock signals)

You will also need to account for the running lights via a diode if you want to use them as running lights. If you don't want to run them as running lights then that's a non-factor. I only used them as blinkers.

I pulled them from the garage and will get some pictures up later this evening after I return from the gym.

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They are not plug and play. You will need to terminate them via a crimp or solder connection to the bike (or use the connectors cut from your stock signals)

You will also need to account for the running lights via a diode if you want to use them as running lights. If you don't want to run them as running lights then that's a non-factor. I only used them as blinkers.

I pulled them from the garage and will get some pictures up later this evening after I return from the gym.
cool keep me posted. i'm crashing for the night, but will check back in the morning. also if possible, can you give me a measurement of the full length from base to end of turn signal? as i said, i pretty much want them.

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Sorry bro. No pics tonight.

I'm watching Alien Vs. Predator and drinking cheap blended whiskey.

Looking at them now I would say mounted length is just under 2". Total length, including the post that would be sub-surface, is likely just under 3".

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lol, enjoy the movie?

still interested in selling the signals?

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Here you go. There is some Wisconsin mosquito DNA on them still but otherwise they look good.

You can see the load boxes with attached ceramic resistors. Ideally you won't need those if you have a good flasher that will run LEDs.

Let me know if you have any questions.





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cool! i want em.

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I tried to ship them today but was scared out of the post office by the long line and amazing lack of English speaking folks.

I'll try again later today and post up the results.

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