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This is a discussion on Rizoma Accessories For The Grom within the Motovation Accessories forums, part of the Vendors category; Rizoma harness is a 2 wire and stock is 3 wire. If you want to cut up your stock signals yes you could make a ...

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    Rizoma harness is a 2 wire and stock is 3 wire. If you want to cut up your stock signals yes you could make a jumper harness from that but I like to keep my stock parts so if I sell it I can put it back to completely stock but that's just my personal preference.

    OEM 3 Pin plug "Front Signal,Brake Side"

    This is the one you'd want. He has another that converts it from 3 to 2 wire but I don't know if the running light feature would work with the signal.
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    I know there's a thread on here about hooking them up.....so with that one how would I hook it up to the rizoma if there's three wires does one get capped off?

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    I don't want the rizomas to be on while riding only want them to blink when I turn them on

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    The three to two keeps the running light...that means the signal will be on while riding then blink when turned on correct...I don't want that...I want them off while riding and blink when turned on

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    You could either cap/tape off the running light wire or just de-pin that wire from the plug. Just make sure you know which is the positive/negative wire then get some connectors or solder the wires together. It's not hard. Just a little knowledge about wiring needed.
    While riding this morning I saw a banana peel in the road and instinctively swerved to avoid it...thanks Mario Kart!

    Check out my build and give me your feedback. Thanks!
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