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post #1 of 208 Old 08-20-2014, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Rizoma plans

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I been at the BMW dealership in Varesse Italy.
They are working closely together with Rizoma who are based 20km from the dealership. It seem that within a few weeks special parts for the nineT will be presented. Hope to see some nice parts because I'm a big fan of the Rizoma style and quality.

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O goodie, Unconfident with my fabrication skills and lack of appropriate tools, I look forward to simple unscrewing bolts and going, the dreaded to some, bolt on customization route, and am willing to wait for Rizoma to provide simple clear technical visual aids with their new R9T products.
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So far I have 4 Rizoma parts installed, what else can they provide? Each has improved the bike and deflated my wallet. Not sure if I can deal with any more eye candy from them.
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I too dipped my toe in cautiously given the prices. I have the black and silver Lux handgrips and a black anodized rear brake fluid tank. Fit and finish are exceptional. Can't wait for what they do specific to the R9T- I'm sure I'll be sending more than just a few Euro their way...
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So far I have 4 Rizoma parts installed, what else can they provide? Each has improved the bike and deflated my wallet. Not sure if I can deal with any more eye candy from them.
I'm guessing they will start with some bar end mirrors, that don't need to be modded to make them fit...

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I've got a set of mirrors and I'm waiting for some levers. The Feel levers they make for the R1200 will fit but they come with blue adjusters only.
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I was told that special parts for the 9T will be introduced in a couple of weeks.
Seems like they have taken som special interest in the bike..
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I've got a set of mirrors and I'm waiting for some levers. The Feel levers they make for the R1200 will fit but they come with blue adjusters only.
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I'm guessing they will start with some bar end mirrors, that don't need to be modded to make them fit...

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Mine fit fine given I got rid of the three most ugly items on the bike; the exhaust, mirrors and the bars. Oh make that four, that annoying gas cap. BMW touts customization but many of their stock parts prevent just that, at least easily. I'm thinking that plastic rear brake reservoir is next.
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