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  1. Yamaha currently has 0% financing for 60 months and 90 days no payments or customer cash for just about any bike they make. Its on their website, but doesn't mention the Tenere 700. I assume because it came out before the T7 was released. Anyone talking to their dealer about this? Mine wasn't sure. 0% financing is usually for tier one credit scores of 750 or higher.
  2. Many of us will soon be looking for better offroad tires for our bikes. 50/50 , 70/30 ETC, ETC. Anyone know of any good ADV tire deals? I used to think dirt and streetbike tires were expensive, ADV tire are damn expensive!
  3. Cruizin

    Idaho T7 Rally in September

    I am scheduling a rally/meetup in Boise for September. Close by Idaho is the IdahoBDR route. And many many other scenic riding areas. This is prime ADV country that many dream of riding. Mountains, twisties, forest service roads galore. Plenty of hotels, we can lan this ahead and maybe get a group rate if enough of you RSVP. If we can agree on a date, I will create a calendar event. This will be a damn good rally. @PNWTEN @Idarex @Craig Sturman Interested?
  4. Bookmark this website address, www.yamahamotorsports.com/tenere-700 EDIT: Scroll down this thread for updated info! The order of delivery is soley dependant upon how fast the dealer submits their YDS claims on Friday, AFTER we preregister. YAMAHA USA IS NOT USING DATES OF DEPOSITS MADE! On the 22nd, at noon EST we have to login and fill out registration, and choose if we want one of Yamaha's expensive accessory packs. Then we have to get a registration number emailed to us, take that to the dealer and then they enter the registration number into yamaha's system to confirm that we have paid the $500 registration . The dealer has to submit the YDS claim with our registration numbers ASAP because this is what determines who gets their bike first. MAKE SURE YOUR DEALER KNOWS THIS!!!!!!
  5. Cruizin

    USA Tenere 700 Deliveries begin!

    Yamaha is supposed to have preordered Tenere 700's flowing to dealers sometime in June 2020.
  6. I am starting to think that God just doesn't want me to have a Yamaha Tenere 700. If you are holding out hope of getting one this summer in the USA, you have more optimism than I do. Japan is up to 924 cases right now, and they are shutting down most factories and pretty much locking things down. Container ships coming to the USA are at an all time low, according to my cousin who works the ports in California as a Union crane operator. He is worried about how long he will have a job. Yep, I really look forward to getting my 2022 Yamaha Tenere 700.
  7. H20ham

    N American tyre

    Anyone know what/which tyre will be on the T7 if/when it arrives?
  8. The registration begins at 12:00PM Eastern Time sharp at https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/tenere-700 You will pick a color, pick or decline an accessory package and enter your Yamaha dealer info. You will then get registration number. Be wise, be sure to call or email your registration number to your dealer immediately, because the dealer then needs to submit your order to Yamaha, as this dictates your place in line for one of these bikes. And of course, the address listed is just for my local dealer. (I had to enter something).
  9. UPDATE #4 The Group Buy has ended. Parts have been ordered from their respective manufacturers, and will be shipped out to customers respectively upon arrival. Thank you everyone! ====================================================================================== UPDATE #3 Due to popular demand, I'm letting this Group Buy run until the weekend is out before I start invoicing everyone. ===================================================================================== UPDATE #2 Minimum number of participants met!!! I'll be sending invoices starting tomorrow, but more can join in if they want, until the group buy is over. ===================================================================================== UPDATE!!! Since everyone committed to the Gilles Ti Axle Nut, many people have contacted me about getting the Gilles chain adjuster to go along with it. I am EXTENDING THE OPTION TO ADD IT TO THIS GROUP BUY!!! Beautifully machined, the unique and innovative AXB Chain Adjuster by Gilles Tooling allows for high precision chain adjustments via graded scale to dial in the perfect amount of chain tension, as well as account for any production tolerance inconsistencies of your motorcycle. In addition, the AXB chain adjuster stays in the swing arm, making real wheel installation much easier. Precise positioning by graded scale Special bolt enables axle adjustment in both directions Acts as an axle brace against compressive and tensile loads AXB stays in the swing arm during rear wheel installation Works with OEM or Gilles Ti axle nut Unique, innovative axle block Easier rear wheel installation Available in 3 hard anodized colors (Black, Gold, or Red) Unique Gilles design Gilles AXB Chain Adjuster - Retail is $102.00, GROUP BUY Price - $86.00 (Please specify Black, Gold, or Red) Note: Pics are generic and may not reflect the actual item, although it will be similar. Shipping for this item is FREE with purchase of any MWR item or Gilles Ti Nut advertised in this Group Buy. Otherwise, for US customers it's $12, for International customers, it's $35 flat rate. ========================================================================================= Hello everyone!!! I'm excited to bring you BellissiMoto's first GROUP BUY! I knew I had to make this first Group Buy special, so not only is it going to be on MWR's Air Filter, but MWR's Air Box Cover or any combo of the two!!! Before we get to the incredible pricing, lets break down on what's on offer: MWR Air Filter and MWR Air Box Cover: The MWR Air Filter and Air Box Cover is a great addition to your Tenere 700. MWR filters are used in World Motorsport, and have won with the Factory Kawasaki's in World Superbike last 5 years in a row. They are also used in the wining Factory Yamaha and Suzuki MotoAmerica Superbike that won the last 3 years, as well as many other teams around the world. The MWR filter has been testing against the best paper filters in the world, and beat them hands down. But what about the new foam filter by Yamaha? From the looks of it, the opening is smaller, and it looks to be just foam, where MWR's filter has more surface area for more filtration, and is coated with anti-flammable material for the utmost in safety. Well, what about DNA's combo? It might be a paper filter, but they have a Filter Cover to go with it. Sure they do, I've had BOTH on my FZ-07. The MWR filter alone with the DNA cover, made .6 hp more than the DNA combo with the existing DNA tune I had. When tuned specifically for the MWR filter (since it breaths much better), it made 1.1 hp more. That wasn't even with the MWR Air Box Cover, as it wasn't released until after I did my dyno testing. So that's 1.1 hp MORE than the leading paper filter, which is supposed to give 1-2 hp over stock to begin with. Depending on the components you have (slip-on, full system, engine management, hi octane gas, tune, etc.), I'd expect you to gain anywhere from 1.5-3.0 hp from MWR's Filter and Air Box Cover. So not only did the MWR filter outperform the best paper filter on the market, it's also anti-flammable, and has a matching Air Box cover to go along with it, which has a leg up on the competition. MWR's Air Box Cover design is genius, and incorporates 3 key features over the competition: 1) The opening of the Filtercover is not only radioused to allow smooth airflow into the airbox, it also matches the square opening of the MWR Air Filter, MAXIMIZING airflow entry as well. 2) This new design is half the thickness of the competition, so instead of having a thick piece of material and having to mill two of the corners down, MWR's Filtercover does the exact opposite and is half the thickness, but builds up the two corners where needed. This saves weight, and also allows the air going into the opening to reach the filter sooner, rather than the double thickness of the competition which restricts incoming air from reaching the filter material. 3) Price. MWR's Air Box Cover is less expensive than the competition, even at full retail. Before we get to the special pricing, here are some pictures of the MWR Air Filter and Air Box Cover: Special pricing is as follows: MWR Air Filter: Retail is $87.00, GROUP BUY Price - $69.00 MWR Filtercover: Retail is $68.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $54.00 MWR Air Filter/Filtercover combo: Retail is $155.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $116.00 I need just 10 people to commit for this special pricing. Shipping is FREE for US customers, $35 flat rate for international customers. You know we aren't gonna stop there! This is BellissiMoto! And we're known for our group buys! We are also offering the Gilles Titanium Axle Nut!!! Many of folks on the Tenere 700 will be out adventuring, and off roading, and mostly likely carring tools to change your tires in case of a puncture, flat, etc. As many Yamaha FZ-07 owners already know (it takes the same OEM rear axle nut), the stock rear axle nut has been prone to causing problems...the two large metal flanges that act as the locking mechanism sometimes jam up on the threads of the axle and almost weld themselves to it. When trying to loosen it for tire changes, chain adjustments, etc., either the threads strip, or the axle block that holds the axle in place breaks. The issue is with those large metal flanges on the stock nut. The solution is to use a different nut - The Gilles ACM Titanium Axle Nut. One of the lightest axle nuts on the market, the ACM Titanium Axle Nut by Gilles is one of the safest too. The patent pending pin-lock safety technology secures the ACM Titanium Axle Nut in place, making it bomb-proof while allowing it to be loosened faster than a split pin secured nut. It weighs just 20 grams, which is less than 3/4ths of an ounce. It's design is inspired and derived by factory racing teams, and has been used by professional racers such as Cal Crutchlow to become a World SuperSport Champion. A product of award-winning precision engineering makes the ACM Titanium Axle Nut TUV and ISO certified, and will no doubt give your bike that ultra-premium look. M18x1.5 Material: Titanium ti6alv4 Ultra lightweight at 20 grams (less than 3/4ths of an ounce) Innovative pin-interlock security w/ high locking characteristics Perfectly compliments chain adjuster kits by Gilles Tooling Plastic-pin accomodates thread form and locks with friction Simple security through interlock system Easy assembly with a Included hex tool You can see the locking mechanism here...a plastic threaded insert comes out and locks against the threads when you tighten the set screw on the face of the nut. Pretty ingenious. I've had mine on and off over 50 times now without issue. Because the shipping cost is getting absorbed into a much bigger order, I'm able to pass the savings on to everyone and offer it at a fantastic price. Retail is $80.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $60.00 Shipping for this item is FREE with purchase of any MWR item above. Otherwise, for US customers it's $10, for International customers, it's $35 flat rate. I'll start the list, and populate it with user's screen name as appropriate: 1. @tenerecanada - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 2. @Jack - MWR combo and Ti Nut -PAID 3. @MGG - MWR combo and Ti Nut, (plus other items not in Group Buy to save on shipping) - PAID 4. @Cruizin - MWR Filter, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Gold) - PAID 5. @pgeldz - MWR combo and Ti Nut -PAID 6. @Subsea - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 7. @MBWLTD - MWR combo and Ti Nut - Invoice Sent 8. @SantacruzT100 - MWR combo and Ti Nut - PAID 9. @Craig - MWR combo - PAID 10. @Moto_adventure - MWR combo, Ti Nut (x2) and chain adjuster (Black) - PAID Minimum number of participants met!!! I'll be sending out invoices, but more can join in until the group buy is over. 11. @slakdawg - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 12. @SKYFLIX - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Gold) - PAID 13. @RRM512 - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 14. @Ride & Shine - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Gold) - PAID 15. @TimeMachine - MWR Filter and Ti Nut -PAID 16. @dpippin - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Black) - PAID 17. @Idarex - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Gold) - PAID 18. @Limey - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 19. @johnnygolucky - Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 20. @Yammybound88 - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 21. @Alkali - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 22. @close range - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Black) - PAID 23. @turnbyturn - MWR filter, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Black) - PAID 24. @millesecond - MWR combo, Ti Nut, and chain adjuster (Red) - PAID 25. @TeriyakiBlaster - MWR filter - PAID
  10. Cruizin

    Just got a text from my dealer

    Of course, I asked him what "live" means. I will post his reply when I get it!
  11. We'll be adding the Tenere 700's to our fitment finder on 2wdw.com next week, along with our custom ECU flashing! While the Novel Coronavirus is still causing most countries around the world to be, more or less, shut down, our custom ECU flashing will be on sale for only $250 with free return shipping anywhere in the USA with the coupon code "covid19" on our site. Sale price applies to outsie of USA as well, but not the free return shipping. As we see more ECU's roll in, and our own test bike, we will be posting tons of dyno footage and videos in the coming weeks! The Tenere 700 has the same engine as the MT07. We have flashed hundreds, close to a thousand of these ECU's. Your engine makes around 63 hp to the wheel, stock. Let's fix that. Here's the scoop with the Tenere 700's that we have seen/flashed so far! All of the EU and AUS Tenere 700 ECU's that we have seen so far are IDENTICAL to EU MT-07's. The serial numbers, architecture, etc are completely unchanged! This is fantastic, because that means ALL of our custom mapping for every exhaust/intake system that we've developed over the past 6 years for the FZ/MT-07's are still PERFECTLY dialed in for these T7 bikes. The engines haven't changed one bit from the FZ/MT-07's, so the performance and throttle response improvements are IDENTICAL to that of the FZ/MT-07's. As for the US/CAN ECU's that we've seen so far, the ECU serial number is a BW3-8591A-00, which was one that neither FTECU or ourselves had yet seen. Luckily, we've had a few sent in already from our customers up in Canada, and we've been able to decrypt the ECU's with FTECU and retrace the slightly modified circuitry/pathway architecture. The fuel and ignition mapping architecture is, amazingly, unchanged from the FZ/MT-07's as well! This means that, just like with the EU models, we can input our custom fuel and ignition mapping without issue. We have our own Tenere 700 being brought in by our local dealer for any further testing and flashing development that we need to perform for future exhaust/intake systems that are manufactured for these bikes. We anticipate that the Tenere 700 we'll have for R&D will arrive sometime at the end of this month or the start of June at the latest! Because these engines and ECU's are essentially unchanged from the FZ/MT-07's, we already know exactly how these bikes will respond AND we've been able to prove those results anecdotally with the customers from the EU and Canada that have already utilized our ECU Flashing Service for these bikes! Here are some example graphs of what to expect with some of the exhaust systems. Keep in mind, these numbers/results are with street tires on. You WILL see lower numbers with knobby tires on a dyno roller due to additional drag and traction losses. A few examples Yoshimura R77 tune vs stock tune - An 8 hp increase! M4 slip on tune vs stock tune- 6 HP increase! Graves Exhaust Tune vs Stock tune A 9 hp increase!! More importantly than raw power is our ability to remove the massively annoying Decel Fuel Cut feature that is still built into these ECU's for emissions compliance. This feature makes the on/off throttle transition extremely twitchy, which is NOT at all what you want on any modern motorcycle. Nothing is more annoying (and unsafe) than coming into a corner, rolling off the throttle, and having the front end dive while you're already initiating a lean into an apex! We also have the ability to lower the cooling fan temperatures, just like we do on the FZ/MT-07's! 215 degrees Fahrenheit is simply too hot for optimal engine life and performance, so we lower the cooling fan temperatures to 195 degrees Fahrenheit on these engines.
  12. Im looking at this from SW-Mototech from my friends at Twisted Throttle. Anyone try it yet? SW-MOTECH Centerstand for Yamaha Tenere 700 | TwistedThrottle.com Provide solid support for your Yamaha Tenere 700 when you need it with an SW-MOTECH Centerstand. Available now at Twisted Throttle!
  13. This is a work in progress. Will update as I go. Camel ADV Anti Bobble head kit Yamaha 700 Tenere Anti-Bobble-Head (T7-ABH) NOW SHIPPING! The first thing we noticed when we rode the new 700 Tenere is that the gauge cluster looked like it wasn't even bolted to the bike. Did someone on the assembly line forget some fasteners? The T7 is a great bike... why is the cluster trying to jump off?! Why does the headlight look like a strobe light at night when traveling... Camel ADV Front high fender kit Yamaha Tenere 700 T7 High Fender Kit Now in stock and shipping!PLEASE WATCH THE PRODUCT INTRO VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE BEFORE ORDERING!*Kits are currently discounted to $179 due to upside-down text on the fender bracket, see intro video for full details* Some people love the look of the factory low fender on the Yamaha 700 Tenere, not us, we much... SW Mototech Upper Crash Bars SW-MOTECH Upper Crash Bars for Yamaha Tenere 700 | TwistedThrottle.com This durable, steel crafted SW-MOTECH Upper Crash Bars Engine Guard protects the tank, fairing and radiator of your Tenere 700 from damage caused by either debris on the road or a crash. Shop now! SW-MOTECH ADVENTURE-RACK SW-MOTECH ADVENTURE-RACK for Yamaha Tenere 700 | TwistedThrottle.com Get a stable, flexible platform for your top case or soft luggage with the SW-MOTECH ADVENTURE-RACK for the Yamaha Tenere 700. Shop Twisted Throttle today. SW Mototech Centerstand SW-MOTECH Centerstand for Yamaha Tenere 700 | TwistedThrottle.com Provide solid support for your Yamaha Tenere 700 when you need it with an SW-MOTECH Centerstand. Available now at Twisted Throttle! TIRES? Trying to narrow this down. Dunlop D606 Motoz TRACTIONATOR ADVENTURE
  14. Thanks for adding me to the forum. I have a deposit down for a new T700 Unicorn here at my dealer in the USA. Please tell me they do exist other wise he just fleeced me for a pocket of money!! Have been waiting for so long and don't understand why it is taking so long for this bike to get to the States? In my waiting I've owned a CB500X RR and now own a KTM 690r, I'm hoping the T700 will be the best of these two machines because my wife needs garage space for her new car and that leaves me room for only one bike, what will it be?

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