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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-19-2017, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Cleaning up the front end

Just installed Rizoma Club L signals. Love how it streamlines the front of the bike. The stock signals are way too large for the bike.
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Looks good ... and bright
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Looks great! Can you send a link to vendor? Where to order? And can you provide install details. Thanks much.

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Looks great! Can you send a link to vendor? Where to order? And can you provide install details. Thanks much.

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A&J Cycles in NY sells them. https://www.ajcyclesny.com/triumph-bobber
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Just installed Rizoma Club L signals. Love how it streamlines the front of the bike. The stock signals are way too large for the bike.
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I bought them at Santa Monica Motoclub out here in California. They are the Rizoma Club L signals.

Install was very easy.
1.Remove old signals and cut wires. These are not plug and play
2. Mount new signals using whatever brackets you want. I?ll post what I used.
3. The OEM signals are only blinkers and the Rizoma are blinkers and running lights. The OEM has 2 wires. Black (ground) and white (signal). The Rizoma has 3. Black (ground), red (signal) and white (running)
4. The OEM headlight has a running light in it. It?s a yellow wire. Depending on your situation you will need to splice into that wire with the 2 white wires from each signal.

Note: I believe there is also some running light wires not used under the gas tank. You will need to remove tank to access if you want to go that route.

I soldered all my wires and shrink tubed. The whole install was very simple and only took a couple hrs max.

Also I had to drill out the smaller middle hole in this bracket so the signal would fit. They are aluminum. Very nice bracket. Worked great. I had it for my headlight.

Let me know if this helps.
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I bought them at Santa Monica Motoclub out here in California. They are the Rizoma Club L signals.

Install was very easy.
1.Remove old signals and cut wires. These are not plug and play
2. Mount new signals using whatever brackets you want. I?ll post what I used.
3. The OEM signals are only blinkers and the Rizoma are blinkers and running lights. The OEM has 2 wires. Black (ground) and white (signal). The Rizoma has 3. Black (ground), red (signal) and white (running)
4. The OEM headlight has a running light in it. It?s a yellow wire. Depending on your situation you will need to splice into that wire with the 2 white wires from each signal.

Note: I believe there is also some running light wires not used under the gas tank. You will need to remove tank to access if you want to go that route.

I soldered all my wires and shrink tubed. The whole install was very simple and only took a couple hrs max.

Also I had to drill out the smaller middle hole in this bracket so the signal would fit. They are aluminum. Very nice bracket. Worked great. I had it for my headlight.

Let me know if this helps.
Brandon, Very good post and helped a lot. Thanks, Bro.
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