Yes, we have considered the option of a build your own charger kit but felt that only a small number of Zero owners would be willing to build the charger themselves even if we supplied the case, PCB double rectifier connector, PCB components, all wiring, fast charger cable etc. The rectifiers would have to be pre-programmed to work with Zero bikes and available power supplies.
You can see the number of questions we get about a fully built charger, imagine how many there would be if we sold it in pieces!
Many of those who would be willing to build it themselves have already built their own chargers using Meanwell and Eltek equipment.
As I think I've mentioned previously, we're Zero owners in Australia trying to help as many other Zero owners enjoy the benefits of fast charging. As soon as we ask people to do it themselves, a bunch of people won't do it and the risk of someone hurting themselves or the bike goes up significantly. Building a complete charger provides more value to a wider audience and increases the chance of us breaking even on the initiative.
We will continue to push to deliver complete/built test chargers overseas and understand the bureaucratic challenges of doing that. From that small exercise we will reassess how we move forward from there for each continent/country.