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Just purchased the Rizoma Tail Tidy...really nice looking piece, but it looks like I need to get Rizoma turn signals as well (the little brackets don't seem to fit the stock ones). Anyone else using rizoma? Did you retain stock turn signals or go aftermarket?
 

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Just purchased the Rizoma Tail Tidy...really nice looking piece, but it looks like I need to get Rizoma turn signals as well (the little brackets don't seem to fit the stock ones). Anyone else using rizoma? Did you retain stock turn signals or go aftermarket?
Would you post pictures with Rizoma's Tail tidy fitted ? Thanks
 

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No problem, just have to get everything buttoned up...Ive come to the conclusion that I need an integrated tail light or Rizoma indicator lights due to how the stock indicators need to be attached.
Yeah and that's because it's made to be easy taken off for track days . I've been looking for turn signals that are going to fit in the tail vents but haven't seen anything that catches my eye . I still have time since I'm waiting on my bike delivery. Thanks for the prompt respond
 

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I picked up a slick tail tidy from FCMOTO...all carbon fiber :cool: and it utilizes the factory turn signals. I'll get pictures up once installed this week!
 

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Here are a few pics of my Rizoma license plate holder. Install was a bit tricky, but I managed to do it without needing to remove the tail fairing. Just the passenger seat, plastic cover under passenger seat, and primary rider seat. I pulled all of the wiring connections up into the bike and zip tied it to the tubular portions of the frame as neatly as possible. The blinkers were a bit more difficult because you need wire adapters for each side and one resistor for each side (resistors were about 2.5 inches long and 3/8 inch thick). The resistors also get hot if the blinker is used for a while so you need to choose placement carefully. It seems very sturdy and looks very clean. Obviously, if you get under the bike you can see all of the wire connections, but I dont mind that.

 

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forgot to mention, it is extremely adjustable. license plate angle is adjustable, turn signal brackets can be moved outward, and main bracket holding everything can be slid in and out depending on how far out you want everything to stick. I have it close to the shortest setting in the pictures.
 
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