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We have three options available for the Z. All are made in house from stainless, include all stainless hardware, and very high quality powdercoat. All USA components. All plug & play. www.mnnthbx.com


(1) Our basic mount utilizes all of the factory lighting, and minimizes the footprint. Super clean on a budget.



(2) Our full integrated kit builds off the top of the line USA made sequential taillight. Programmable flash patterns, SUPER bright, 1 year warranty, and a diffused glass that looks far better than the clear imported units. The stainless plate mount incorporates a micro plate light, and it's all plug and play.



(3) This is the same plate mount from the above kit, less the taillight.
 

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Is this already available? I have asked my brother in the US to buy one of this.
He will be shipping it to the Philippines together with the Maxxis 6024 Dual sport
tires which I also ordered. Thank you.
 

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Wires too short...

I just installed your fully integrated kit to my new Z125. It is a very nice addition and everything you say about it is true. It is very bright, much brighter than stock, works well and looks great.

However, I had two problems with the install that I would like to make you aware of...

1. The wires that connect to the turn signal plugs are one inch too short. There was no way I could not make them connect. I ended up lengthening the wires by 2 inches and then they fit fine. You might want to change the color of those plugs too, make them match the OEM color so there is no question which is right or left.

2. Same thing for the main plug. It is connectable but just barely. Once connected there is quite a bit of tension on that wire. Add two inches to that lead and every future purchaser will be happy and the install will be very easy.

Fortunately I am a motorcycle mechanic so I had all the tools needed to complete the installation. But the weekend mechanic or the new owner would not have been able to install this kit as it was delivered.

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I just installed your fully integrated kit to my new Z125. It is a very nice addition and everything you say about it is true. It is very bright, much brighter than stock, works well and looks great.

However, I had two problems with the install that I would like to make you aware of...

1. The wires that connect to the turn signal plugs are one inch too short. There was no way I could not make them connect. I ended up lengthening the wires by 2 inches and then they fit fine. You might want to change the color of those plugs too, make them match the OEM color so there is no question which is right or left.

2. Same thing for the main plug. It is connectable but just barely. Once connected there is quite a bit of tension on that wire. Add two inches to that lead and every future purchaser will be happy and the install will be very easy.

Fortunately I am a motorcycle mechanic so I had all the tools needed to complete the installation. But the weekend mechanic or the new owner would not have been able to install this kit as it was delivered.

Jackhammer50
Thanks for the feedback, and glad you like the light. In terms of wire length, I'll pass that info along for sure, however when we unclipped the OE cable clamps, there was more than enough wire length. Regardless, I'll revisit this today.
 

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I'll pass that info along for sure, however when we unclipped the OE cable clamps, there was more than enough wire length.
Yes I noticed that, but being OCD when it comes to wires (I don't know why but unkempt wires just drive me nuts) I wanted to keep those cable clamps clamped. :nerd:
 

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(1) Our basic mount utilizes all of the factory lighting, and minimizes the footprint. Super clean on a budget.
Does your Basic FE include a grommet pass-through for routing the wiring connections back up into the tail section of the bike?

Thanks.
 

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It does not, and that's by design. Because of the way the Z is molded in that areas, the addition of a grommet prevents any fender eliminator from pulling up tight, so we chose to go without in favor of proper fit. It's a non issue however, as there is no opening to speak of and zero risk to wiring.
 
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