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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-26-2010, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Rizoma Zero-11 wiring install

Since I'm no electrician, I wanted to make sure I wired these zero-11's correctly before I insulate everything. The signals work now, but the last thing I want is to have a blown signal because I wired it wrong. In the service manual it says "Rear turn signal light 12v - 21w x2" and the diagram that came with the signals shows 21w has 2 resistors:


So this was my attempt at wiring, if I'm supposed to use 1 less resistor or made any other mistakes please let me know, Thanks!

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Don't know anything about them, but if they work then all is probably good.

I can see you have just wrapped the wire around that crimp connector, I would recommend that you either put a crimp on it or (preferably) solder the wires together.

I also think you may have been duped! I reckon you have just paid around 5 times to much!
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duped? I bought them from pjparts, it was $75 to my door for a pair of zero-11's. where can u get them cheaper?
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If the turn signals come with it all, then maybe its worth it.

But if its just that 'stuff' you have in the photo, radio shack has it for about $5
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You did it right!!! I have the same ones and have been using them for over a year now with no issues.
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You did it right!!! I have the same ones and have been using them for over a year now with no issues.
good to know.

thanks for the insight guys!
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Does anybody know what the wiring config should look like when installing Rizomas on the front? Same? I assume that the fronts would be the same as the rears (12v - 21w), but just want to make sure.... Thanks!
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Does anybody know what the wiring config should look like when installing Rizomas on the front? Same? I assume that the fronts would be the same as the rears (12v - 21w), but just want to make sure.... Thanks!
Hi! Same question. I'm installing my Rizomas in the front. Using one or two resistors gives the same flash rate. Are the front OEM units 21W?

Thanks!
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Hi! Same question. I'm installing my Rizomas in the front. Using one or two resistors gives the same flash rate. Are the front OEM units 21W?

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Yes, they are 21W... you are better off using an LED flasher relay though.
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Yes, they are 21W... you are better off using an LED flasher relay though.
Thank you!
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Yes, they are 21W... you are better off using an LED flasher relay though.
Thanks for the reply Nico. I changed my mind though.... Proton flush mounts are being delivered today.
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