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  1. Hi all, After much debate and testing with the help of @Disco and @AndyJ ( thank you both for the testing you have done) We have now proven that on stock 21/18 combo a new Abs ring front and back will correct the speedo to read accurately and correct the discrepancy that you get with the stock one. Thread attached. Picture attached for quick reference of the speedo reading done by @AndyJ . Disclaimer : Just to make some things clear I am not responsible for installation faults that might occur and faults of the ABS units, or dealer warranty. You do this at your own risk and if the Shet hits the fan I am unable to help with anything but replacing the unit if it is faulty from cutting. I inspect these myself prior to shipping and take pictures. Check the part on arrival and if there is any visible damage please take pictures and report back and I will replace if this was faulty from cutting. This is a private sale and intend to keep it this way. Part can be supplied in Mill or painted finish 2.0mm Mild steel thick with 42 slotted holes. Paint is RAL 9004 matt. To correct the speedo you will need both front and back rings with the same number of holes, this just corrects the speedo and keeps all the functions working as stock. ABS works and you can turn it off as normal. If you order one the ABS light will stay one as there is to much of a difference between the front and back and this will not work. I will put prices down as individual rings (keep in mind you need two per bike to make it work) Prices in Mill Finish ( no paint) £20 each for the ring. Shipping cost : dependent on country (from UK to Australia is £11 pounds roughly in 5 to 7 working days, can be cheaper but takes longer) I will quote shipping prices for people once there is interest. Price painted : £25 each for the ring. This will add to the lead time but not a lot. For any questions please don't hesitate to contact me here on through private message. Aleks
  2. 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.
  3. Hi all, I'm looking into purchasing a small portable battery operated tyre inflator, considering the Xiaomi model in pic below, although just at the beginning of my research and open to any thoughts or or ideas you may have.
  4. UPDATE!!! First prototype is finished! Definitely looks like it'll flow a TON of air, and still keep out the muck of extreme offroading! The beauty of this OUTER COVER design is that you can clean it by just rinsing it with water. No oil is needed. So if you are on the trails and find a water crossing, you can rinse it right then and there without having to carry extra "pre-filters" and extra oil. Combined with an MWR Filter underneath, I think this will be the go to solution for extreme protection combined with extreme airflow. To be clear, it's still meant to be used with a main filter underneath. - Paul ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ask and you shall receive!!! Many of you have been messaging me about a pre-filter solution for the MWR Filter and Filter Cover combo. I've made this known to MWR since day one, but due to COVID-19 our timelines for development have been hard to nail down. Today, literally just hours ago, I got words (and video) about a BRAND NEW FILTER COVER in development for the Tenere 700. The new Filter Cover will replace the stock airbox cover/snorkel just like the existing MWR Filter Cover, but this one has a built-in cage on top, and will use a special OUTER cover just like the Factory Rally teams use, for extreme protection in all weather conditions. Air flow is not affected, and in fact will be better than the stock snorkel with a pre-filter because the new MWR Filter Cover has much more surface area than the OEM snorkel with a pre-filter attached...and we already know the actual MWR Air Filter has more surface area than any other air filter on the market for the Tenere 700. You get the best of both worlds, better air flow than stock, AND extreme protection in all weather conditions! These are still in development, and about 4-6 weeks away from having stock ready for sale. As such retail pricing hasn't been set yet, but as soon as I know I'll pass it on. Now before anyone sends me hate mail or death threats (joking of course) because they already have the original MWR Filter Cover on order from the group buy (which are shipping to us next week), and now want to switch to the new version after seeing it, here's what I would like to propose: I'll be more than happy to give you the option to wait for the ver.2 MWR Filter Cover and you just pay the difference. Only down side is you have to wait, but we will ship the actual Air Filter when they come in next week, and when the new Filter Covers are available, I'll ship it to you for free if you are in the contiguous US. Last thing I want is for someone to feel duped in getting the original version and then have to buy the new version later if they want extreme protection for all weather conditions. For 90% of you, the original cover is still the best option and flows the most air. It's still going to be sold along side the new version, but if you're in the camp that wanted a pre-filter, the new MWR Filter Cover with built-in cage for the new outer cover is the better option. If you are interested, please reply in this thread so I can get a list going, so when production starts we can meet demand and minimize delays. - Paul List of interested members: 1. @Cruizin 2. @REDHORSECA 3. @SantacruzT100 4. @Bucket Boy 5. @BlackBart 6. @DORTx2 7. @sbeck09 8. @Alkali x2 9. @MghtyThor69 10. @SociallyStunted 11. @Rider 101 12. @Canzvt 13. @Belgradian 14. @GreatDistances 15. @motojunky2@
  5. Like the tittle says I would like to start this thread and people can post pictures and recommendations of what roads to use in certain areas of Europe. ( People in the USA and Canada could start the same thread in their regional forums for us to have a look at as well ) In order to keep this easy to search maybe we need to put in before each post : Country / Region / Road / Towns . You can then tell us why that is a good road/location to visit and this way members of the forum can plan some trips around Europe. Hope this is a good idea and people are happy to post their findings or what they recommend Would be nice to post pictures for the recommended areas etc. I will edit or post later some pictures and my recommendation ( once I have found the pictures in my phone) Please let me know if this is a good idea and if you find it relevant Aleks
  6. After 6000km I have decided to install new tyres on my T7. The standard Pirelli scorpion tyre had about 3000km left on the rear which I NO longer have full confidence in! Too many times the rear had unexpectedly slid out in the twisties. So my comprise tyre had three primary needs to fulfill. 1. Longevity 2. Be good in the twisties 3. Work well on gravel roads I figured that I am an older rider, I'm not looking for crazy technical off road rides, not on this bike anyway. This is an adventure bike, which I will load up with camping gear and go exploring. In Australia we have vast distances between points of interest so tyre longevity is important. In between adventure riding, the twisties are on my doorstep, so there's fun to be had in the hills. So shortly winter will be over and adventure calls. After a lot of consideration the Motoz tractionator GPS tyres got the gong. My first time on these tyres, I honestly hope that things work out. I have also installed heavier duty tubes. I will update you on my progress and experience as time passes. Be mindful that I have multiple bikes and I am not always on the T7. TRACTIONATOR GPS | MOTOZ Tyres | Performance Adventure Tyres MOTOZ designed the TRACTIONATOR GPS Tyre to get you anywhere on the globe and back home again. Long milage, serious...
  7. Hello fellow T7 owners and enthusiasts. I would like to know your thoughts about a sidecar option for the T7. I have no sidecar experience at all, so I am all green on this area of motorcycling. However I will say sidecars to me seem to be a ton of fun. Does anyone here have any sidecar experience and could tell if the T7 could handle a sidecar well? Also do you know of any workshop in the UK/Europe that could make such a sidecar, preferable a passenger adventure sidecar with storage for extra fuel and a spare tire. The picture provided is a Photoshop that I picked up from the link below. https://www.flickr.com/photos/claudiobardeggiabrandi/15863217904/in/photostream/ Thanks.
  8. Starting this thread to facilitate helping out others with free parts that we don't need or have an excess quantity of. My contribution is small, but if forum members are planning on changing out the steel fork guard bolts for nylon ones, I have extras. I bought a quantity and to the first 20 requests I'll get them a pair to replace their OEM bolts. Just shoot me a PM with your name and mailing address and I'll put them in the mail for you.
  9. Update #12 (Jul 28) HP Corse has shipped! Got tracking that says it'll be here Friday! If no customs delays, we'll start shipping them next week!!! And for the folks who are waiting for their MWR filter and/or cover to arrive and haven't seen the update in the other thread yet...MWR has shipped and tracking shows them now arriving Wednesday! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update #11 (Jul 22) As mentioned in the last update, the hold up with the Tenere Exhausts was the carbon components. Per e-mail TODAY from HP Course, the carbon components are arriving today, and they said they will "try to ship to us tomorrow or at least Friday". And for the folks who are waiting for their MWR filter and/or cover to arrive and haven't seen the update in the other thread yet...MWR has shipped and is due to arrive to us Monday!!! Whoo hoo!!! - Paul ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Update #10 (Jul 17th) Just got words from HP. They told me the hold up for the Tenere exhausts was due to the carbon components. They profusely apologized for the delay and their aim is to ship the exhausts to us Thursday. Fingers crossed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Update #9 (July 9th) Finally some good news! I've been trying to pin down HP Corse for a more definitive answer as far as time frame goes, and got an e-mail from them this morning. Two bits of good news... 1) I can still ship from Europe to Europe, and it's free to customers. So you wait less, and pay less. 2) When asked when we will get the rest of our USA order, they said they "we're in delay with the Tenere, but we should start to ship it next week." I appreciate everyone's patience, I know it hasn't been easy. I'm waiting on these parts for my own bike also. On a personal level, I want everyone to know I'm doing everything in my power to help. I'm actually going to use my exhaust to fill customers orders when it comes in, so people don't have to wait any longer than they have to. (I've already done this with the MWR Filter/filtercover, and the Gilles items). I'll keep the updates coming as I get them. - Paul ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Update #8 So HP Corse arrived today, and there are 2 Tenere exhausts in the shipment. Both are the 4-TRACK R SHORT SATIN versions. The other Tenere 700 exhausts are due in on the next shipment. I understand the long wait, and hopefully the next shipment isn't too far behind. If anyone wants to change their order to the 4-TRACK R SHORT SATIN I can refund the difference and ship immediately. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Update #7 (June 19th) I have an update! I was waiting on tracking numbers from Europe before I posted another update to the thread, but because of a few PM's, I figured I'd post the current info I have. HP Corse sent an e-mail this morning with the following pic: There are 11 boxes in this pic, out of the 50+ we have ordered for multiple makes and models of motorcycles. Two of these are for the Tenere 700. They said the rest of our entire order will be ready "before two weeks", meaning, within two weeks. I understand everyone's frustration. COVID-19 has really hit Europe hard. Most of these manufacturers are operating at 50% capacity, and the workers in place have to main a 1.5 meter distance from each other. I think the lead times are highlighted more with certain group buys, because the structure of a group buy, and the reason I'm able to do these incredible prices means I have to have a minimum amount of people to make it cost effective to offer in the first place - which sometimes means longer lead times because we have to wait until the minimum amount of people commit, and then when I do place the order, its usually in giant quantities that take the manufacturers longer to produce. This, combined with the global COVID-19 situation has made it frustrating for many. I understand all to well. I personally have some parts on order for myself but when they arrive I'm actually going to use them to fulfill customer orders since I can't ride my Tenere until Oct due to a recent surgery. I really appreciate everyone's patience with all of this, and hope the wait times don't tarnish your experience or actual service you are getting from BellissiMoto, as we are also waiting for all these products as well. As soon as I have more info I'll pass it on. With all I wrote above, it looks like we should be able to start fulfilling everyone's order in about two weeks Please hang in there everyone, it'll be worth the wait! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update #6 The group buy is now closed. Thank you to all that have participated and made this possible. All items have been ordered and I'll keep everyone informed as to status via this original post. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update #5 Just heard back from HP Corse this morning, and it's just as I thought. Our GINORMOUS order is taking a bit to fill. It's one thing when you order a few exhausts from a small, high end boutique company overseas, it's quite another when you order 50+, haha. It'll be worth the wait though. As soon as I have a timeline nailed down of course I'll keep everyone informed. Thank you so much for everyone's patience. I haven't got one piece of hate mail yet (don't get any ideas, LoL!). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update #4 Quick heads up on status... I know many of you have asked me when your items will arrive. Just wanted to let everyone know I've e-mailed all the companies involved in our Group Buy for status updates, and I'll let everyone know the outcome as soon as I find out. We've placed ginormous order with these companies, much bigger than normal. It's taking a bit for them to fill, and with COVID-19 it isn't helping. I'll keep everyone posted as soon as I have info Thanks for your patience. - Paul -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update #3 We have info!!! Weight of Exhaust: Titanium is 3.2 kg Satin is 3.6 kg DBK is removeable Sound Levels: 91/93 db ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE #2 Minimum number of participants met!!! Actually, this list shows 4 people instead of 5, but since one person backed out I won't hold that against the other 4 Invoices sent, but more can join in until the group buy is over! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE Shipping to Europe is FREE, and will ship directly from the manufacturer already located in Europe! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello again everyone! Due to the popularity of our first Group Buy, we are back with another! It’s always difficult to follow in the wake of something truly successful - the second single release from a debut artist, that sophomore album, the next year of racing as world champion, or the sequel to a great movie...the follow-up is always the hardest. Because you made the first Group Buy truly successful, I’ve put together a fantastic part duex: It might be the year 2020, but I’m calling this one, “3030”, for the entire line of exhausts by HP CORSE. That’s 30% off, and just $30 shipping to the contiguous US for any HP CORSE slip-on exhaust for the Tenere 700!!! Shipping to Europe is FREE, and will ship directly from the manufacturer already located in Europe. International shipping outside of Europe like Asia, etc., is a flat rate of $90, but for those international customers that already purchased any item during our first group buy, I’ll deduct the $35 shipping you already paid, and ship everything together which brings your shipping to just $55!!! However, for our international customers, it's possible I may be able to ship the item FROM EUROPE instead of the USA, saving you even more money. For customers outside of North America, please PM me your actual shipping address, so I can inquire about a shipping quote originating from Europe. HP CORSE has made one of the most fantastic exhaust systems for the Tenere 700. Their dyno charts show gains EVERYWHERE in the RPM range, with peak hp coming in at 3.39 hp more than stock, and 1.74 more tq more than stock. HP: TQ: They make two basic types, in 3 different materials: SPS CARBON SHORT TITANIUM: Retail $749.95, Group Buy Price - $524.97 SPS CARBON SHORT BLACK: Retail $724.95, Group Buy Price - $507.47 SPS CARBON SHORT SATIN: Retail $674.95, Group Buy Price - $472.47 4-TRACK R SHORT TITANIUM: Retail $699.95, Group Buy Price - $489.97 4-TRACK R SHORT BLACK: Retail $674.95, Group Buy Price - $472.47 4-TRACK R SHORT SATIN: Retail $624.95, Group Buy Price - $437.47 SPS CARBON SHORT TITANIUM: Retail $749.95, Group Buy Price - $524.97 SPS CARBON SHORT BLACK: Retail $724.95, Group Buy Price - $507.47 SPS CARBON SHORT SATIN: Retail $674.95, Group Buy Price - $472.47 4-TRACK R SHORT TITANIUM: Retail $699.95, Group Buy Price - $489.97 4-TRACK R SHORT BLACK: Retail $674.95, Group Buy Price - $472.47 4-TRACK R SHORT SATIN: Retail $624.95, Group Buy Price - $437.47 VIDEO SOUND CLIP: https://www.hpcorse.com/Content/Images/uploaded/Audio/tènèrè 700.MP4 Features include: - Light weight: Titanium 3.2 kg, Satin 3.6 kg - DBK (removeable) - Sound levels 91/93 db - Hydroformig Technology - Carbon-fiber cover - Slip-on Link pipe - Laser Logo - Homologated Euro 4 - Directive and Rule of the European Parliament (UE) nr. 134/2014 and 2016/1824 G - Weight: Titanium 3.2 kg, Satin 3.6 kg I need just 5 people to commit for this special pricing. 1. @SantacruzT100 - SPS CARBON SHORT TITANIUM - PAID 2. @TeriyakiBlaster - SPS CARBON SHORT TITANIUM - PAID 3. @close range - SPS CARBON SHORT TITANIUM - PAID 4. @Jack - 4-TRACK R SHORT SATIN - PAID Minimum number of participants met!!! I'll be sending out invoices, but more can join in until the group buy is over! 5. @Bad Pritt - SPS CARBON SHORT SATIN - PAID
  10. Hello everyone. Im happy be a owner of the new T7. Also will be nice be a T7 forum user. Best regards from POLAND
  11. Hate to admit it but I'm stymied by my sidestand. Lowered the bike now need to remove the kickstand so I can take it to a welder to have it shortened. There's a nut to remove on the left side. On the right side is a small bolt to remove. Can't figure out what to do next to get it loose. Anyone know? Thanks.
  12. Due to my personal race team relationships with certain companies, I sometimes have the ability to work with them in creating new products. One of these companies makes Tail Tidys (fender eliminators for those in my neck of the woods) I was in contact with them yesterday, and I have input on their future offering for the Tenere 700. What features would you like to see in your ideal Tail Tidy? Here's what I came up with: - Retain grab handles - No cutting of factory plastics required - Matte Black - Ability to use either factory indicators (tucked in a little more), OR aftermarket style indicators - Enclosed wiring so it's away from the elements for off road use - Finished appearance underneath - Competitive cost Those are just my personal wants...I'd love to hear yours so I can pass this feedback to them and hopefully get the Tail Tidy of our dreams - Paul
  13. Installed the tool tube on Sunday. First we thought that under the rear foot pegs would be a good place for the lower mounting point. But then we realized that the Outback Motortek's rear rack provides much better mounting point. So off to work. First you gather your tools: After some fitting, welding and oops'es, the rack begins get it's shape: Then some paint, black is beautiful and never goes out of fashion: The fitting of the collar is so tight that the tube should stand the Yamaha's smooth rides. But just to be sure and so that I can sleep at nights, I put some glue inside the collar. The credits go to my Husqvarna-rider-friend. I just applied the paint and took the pictures. And owe him a big service in return. Don't know if this is a tech tip, but didn't wan't this to be buried to the "What did You do to your Tenere today" -soap opera section.
  14. Hi, does anyone know if the front wheel of the txt660z mounts in the t7? Thanks
  15. UPDATE #13 MWR is here! We're in the process of shipping now! You should receive tracking numbers in the next 24-36 hours (check your spam folders if you don't see it) ==================================================================================== UPDATE #12 (Jul 28) MWR tracking info has been updated and shows them now arriving Wednesday! ====================================================================================== UPDATE #11 (Jul 22) MWR Shipped! Due to arrive to us on Monday! Whoo hoo!!! - Paul ======================================================================================== UPDATE #10 (Jul 15th) Just got word that the MWR Filters are shipping to us Monday or Tuesday of next week!!! Not too much longer now! ================================================================================ UPDATE #9 (Jul 13th) Remember when I said the rest of the Gilles axle adjusters would ship to us on July 24th? Well, not true...THEY'RE HERE! Just showed up!!! I'm a man of my word, and the one I ordered for me personally will be used to fill customer orders. We're just waiting now on the MWR filters and filtercovers, which are in the next shipment coming to us. As soon as I have tracking I'll update this thread Thanks again for everyone's patience. - Paul ======================================================================================== UPDATE #8 (Jul 6th) I have news on Gilles and MWR... Gilles sent us all the Gold Chain Adjusters to fill customer's orders. They informed me that the Black adjusters will be ready to ship (to us) on the 24th of July. My guess is that with COVID-19 hitting Europe hard, they are consolidating their anodizing into one very big batch of Black, because we received all Gold, and zero Black. For the people who ordered Gold Chain adjusters, we are are still waiting on your air filter and air box cover to arrive from MWR. MWR - the frames arrived and they are getting our order ready to ship. As soon as I have tracking, I'll pass it on. If anyone who ordered a Gold chain adjuster doesn't want to wait for the MWR items to arrive, we could ship the chain adjusters out now for $7. PM me if you'd like this option. Thanks for everyone's patience and understanding in these strange times. ========================================================================================= UPDATE #7 (June 19th) I was waiting on tracking numbers from Europe before I posted another update to the original thread, but because I've had people PMing me asking, I figured I'd post the status of things as they sit now: Gilles: We have received about 70% of our Gilles order, but still waiting on the rest to come. MWR: It is supposed to be shipping next week to us. Rapid Bike (for those who also ordered these): Expected to be here in the US by Jul 1st. I understand everyone's frustration. COVID-19 has really hit Europe hard. Most of these manufacturers are operating at 50% capacity, and the workers in place have to main a 1.5 meter distance from each other. I think the lead times are highlighted more with certain group buys, because the structure of a group buy, and the reason I'm able to do these incredible prices means I have to have a minimum amount of people to make it cost effective to offer in the first place - which sometimes means longer lead times because we have to wait until the minimum amount of people commit, and then when I do place the order, its usually in giant quantities that take the manufacturers longer to produce. This, combined with the global COVID-19 situation has made it frustrating for many. I understand all to well. I personally have some parts on order for myself but when they arrive I'm actually going to use them to fulfill customer orders since I can't ride my Tenere until Oct due to a recent surgery. At these incredible prices, there isn't enough margin to ship items as they arrive, so we wait until everything is here for a customer, and ship all at once. I really appreciate everyone's patience with all of this, and hope the wait times don't tarnish your experience or actual service you are getting from BellissiMoto, as we are also waiting for all these products as well. As soon as I have more info I'll pass it on. With all I wrote above, it looks like we should be able to start fulfilling everyone's order in about two weeks Please hang in there everyone, it'll be worth the wait! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. ======================================================================================= UPDATE #6 As promised, I have some info. As far as Gillies parts go, they will have the AXB-RN29 Axle Adjusters back in stock on the 12th, then they will start shipping. The ACM Ti Axle Nuts are all part of the last shipment which is currently on its way to us. MWR - The main reason fort the delay are the frames for the airfilters. They had stock which was gone in a few days when everyone found out the Tenere 700 was the same fitment as the FZ-07, and then I came along and ordered 50 pieces. They had to order new frames and that will take a bit before they get them, and now, specially now with this crisis , all factories work at 50% because they need to have their employees more then 1,5 meters otherwise their factory could be shut down. The first batch of frames is just about ready, and should take care of everyone who ordered. MWR asked me to "please be patience in this exceptional times ,,,,, nothing is normal at this moment." ========================================================================================== UPDATE #5 Quick heads up on status... I know many of you have asked me when your items will arrive. Just wanted to let everyone know I've e-mailed all the companies involved in our Group Buy for status updates, and I'll let everyone know the outcome as soon as I find out. We've placed ginormous order with these companies, much bigger than normal. It's taking a bit for them to fill, and with COVID-19 it isn't helping. I'll keep everyone posted as soon as I have info Thanks for your patience. - Paul ======================================================================================= 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
  16. Finally had the chance to go get this thing dirty and see how everything feels. To summarize, this is the best an adventure bike has ever felt to me off-road. Living in Phoenix, Arizona leaves me surrounded by mountains. Many people that have never been here don't realize that. They believe I live in something that more resembles the Sahara. So for those of us in the "Valley" that like to be outside, we all often drive a couple hours east to Four Peaks or north into the Bradshaw Mountains during the summer to escape the daily 110+ degree heat. Right now Four Peaks is completely engulfed in flames as lightning started a forest fire in a remote area resulting in one of the largest wildfires in the entire US right now. All roads in the area are closed and the smoke can be seen from hundreds of miles away. I'm fortunate enough to still have a family cabin in the Bradshaws in a little, former gold mining town called Crown King. The whole area is a hotbed for gold mining even to this day. The road we all use now used to be the railroad route back when this was all first settled. The history in the whole area is pretty incredible. You even ride through Cordes Junction which was the rest stop for the Pony Express riders to swap horses on their delivery runs. I've always liked looking out from a mountain so I really enjoy running away up here. I invited some guys from the regional Facebook group for dual sport riders and was joined by 4 of them Saturday morning. I warned everyone that these tires were obviously not perfect for the silt covered granite and softball-sized rocks we would be on for the day. Plus not having crash protection yet kinda stressed me out, but I wouldn't be last in the group or let that stop me from enjoying my recent purchase. I aired down to 22psi in both tires and set off from Crown King toward a town called Prescott. It's a bit more developed, but the road between the two is pretty rugged. This "road" is known as Senator Highway. That is a VERY misleading name because you need a high-clearance vehicle and 4x4 to get through in a car/truck. There is a couple neat places along the way to hang in the shade of the trees and see remnants of a past filled with optimistic miners hoping to strike gold. I wish I could have taken better pictures, but it is difficult to do when the road is so rough. One of these days I will remember to mount the GoPro before I leave home. The only work I did to the bike throughout 8 hours of riding was a few clicks of suspension adjustments here and there. I'm extremely surprised at how responsive the suspension adjustments are and I don't think I'll need to spend any money in that area for a while. For the record I'm 217lbs dressed, but not in moto gear. The specifics of what I changed and the other parts I've installed since delivery are in my build log. This is the 3rd full-size adventure bike I've had up here and it is by far the easiest to ride. The other two consisted of a fairly modified Vstrom 1000 and a highly modified KTM 990 Adventure. If I had to pick from the 3, it would be this bike every time. Compared to the other outings I've had in this area, I find myself hardly sore after and I wasn't even as exhausted. I think that speaks volumes to the overall package because I'm nowhere close to an expert rider in the dirt. Even the gearing seemed perfect for mixed riding. I could lug the engine down to about 6mph in first gear crawling up dry washes and then hammer the throttle up to 60mph on the open sections with plenty of power left. I didn't need fuel the entire day either which was a nice improvement from the guzzling the KTM used to do. Looking back, that was the best off-road voyage I've ever had on 2 wheels so I'm excited to do it again soon. The stock tires did far better than I had hoped, but in our fine sand showed their weakness as a major lack of lateral grip (corners = slow down or go down). I still think I'll be moving to a more aggressive combo. Current thought is a TKC80 front and Motoz Tractionator Adventure in the rear, but we shall see. After all that I headed home from the cabin the next day running 85mph down the mountain with traffic. Somehow the windscreen does a surprisingly good job for me and I still can't get over how smooth this bike is. As I pulled up to the house, I now have 406 miles showing. Hope you all had a fun weekend riding too!
  17. Hi all, I have a Samsung Tab Active 8" tablet that I would like to mount to the accessory bar above the dash to use as a GPS. I've been using a rugged phone with a QuadLock universal mount but being such an old duffer I can hardly see the screen. Has anyone found a solution to mounting a tablet? Photos would be ideal. Ta.
  18. Just picked up my brand new bike after update from Tenere 660 on 3rd July 2020. Looking forward to fitting some accessories soon, and getting the good tips from this forum on what other owners have fitted.
  19. Hey everyone! I've been researching crash bars, and was was wondering how/why companies do the mounting, specifically from an engineering point of view. Wanted to get everyone's perspective on the different crash bars I'm considering, specifically the MOUNTING POINTS of said bars, and how it affects load and impact during use (crash). I've narrowed it down to 4 companies, for various reasons, and highlighted the mounting points of each with Red circles. GIVI - I like that it's almost like the Yamaha design, but more minimalistic, and doesn't interrupt the Tenere 700 logo on the fairing, but still protects the radiator. Mounting: It only has 2 mounting points. One on the upper bar, and one ON the bar. The one ON the bar has a crossbar going behind the headers to the other side to triangulate. Concern: Is it enough? Since it's not braced further back, will those two vertical bars bend? If they do bend, it looks like they are not a part of the frame, and easily replaceable. Also looks like the motor us untouched because it's not braced to it. YAMAHA- Like the GIVI, but goes further up the fairing. Hate how it intersects the Tenere 700 logo. Mounting: Similar to the GIVI, but it adds another mounting point on the two tabs sticking up out of the engine case. Concern: Will those two tabs on the engine case break off or crack on a hard hit? If so, you'd need a new engine case? SW Motec- I like this one a lot. The lines don't mess with the Tenere 700 logo, it comes up enough to protect the radiator, and at the top, it bends slightly further away from the fairing so if the bike is on its side it's further away from surface rocks, etc. Mounting: Like Yamaha, but instead of having the rear mounting point on the two tabs sticking out of the motor casing, it mounts to a lug sticking out of the head of the motor. Concern: The lug sticking out of the head of the motor is connected to a triangular brace bolted to the frame. Is seems like it would be strong, but would a hard hit damage the head of the motor? Adventure Spec- I like the looks of this one a lot. Great coverage, follows the lines perfectly, doesn't obstruct the logo, and it's lightweight, but strong aluminum. Mounting: Has one mounting point like all the others on the upper tube at the bottom of the fairing, but only one more on a bracket near the headstock. Concern: The upper mounting point seems like it could get easily tweaked since there would be a lot of leverage in the head stock area, especially since it's on a bracket. However, since the bars are made out of aluminum and not steel, maybe they would bend or crack before any headstock damage could be done? Also, the headstock area in general make mounting a fender or light bar possibly more difficult. Ok, those are my OCD thoughts on the matter. What are your thoughts on all of this? - Paul
  20. Has anyone used this product? Is this overkill? Initial look - could be pretty handy in setting up powered accessories. This one is available at Twisted Throttle. Let me know of other brands if you have any experience with them directly. Cheers
  21. Hello everyone! I'm excited to bring you "The Wolf of Matris" SALE!!! We are celebrating 20 Years of Matris Supension with 20% off all Matris products! With origins going back to 1980, Matris, "home of the Wolf", is marking twenty years of being headquartered in Vicenza (since 2000). Wolf you say? The strong visual brand identity of Matris is the LUPO, which means Wolf. Combined with the slogan, "Go wild in total safety", pushes motorcyclists to challenge their limits in complete safety. They came out swinging with all new offerings for the Tenere 700: F25RX "quad valve" Hydraulic Fork Cartridge Kit: Retail $1319.95, now just $1055.96! Adj. Compression, Rebound, and Preload “Quad Valve” F25RX (25 mm cartridge) allows full adjustment (Compression-Rebound-Preload), replacing all the original internal fork parts. Comes with oil, but reuses the OEM springs. Ready to fit, without any modification to the original fork. M46KD Monoshock: Retail $889.95, now just $711.96! This is the ENTRY LEVEL shock from Matris for the Tenere 700. Adj. Rebound and Hydraulic Preload Available in "Dark Series" which come with a Black spring instead of Matris Orange. M46K Monoshock: Retail $949.95, now just $759.96! M46K + IKS Monoshock: Retail $1219.95, now just $975.96! These are the MID LEVEL shocks from Matris for the Tenere 700. M46K - Adj. Compression, Rebound, Length, and Preload M46K + IKS - Adj. Compression, Rebound, Length, and IKS Knob-Hydraulic Preload They have all the adjustments you need, without the separate Hi/Lo compression of their top level shock. Both Models are available in "Dark Series" which come with a Black Spring instead of Matris Orange. M46R Monoshock: Retail $1589.95, now just $1271.96! This is the TOP LEVEL shock from Matris for the Tenere 700. Adj. Compression Hi/Lo Independently, Rebound, Length, and IKS Knob-Hydraulic Preload Available in "Dark Series" which come with a Black spring instead of Matris Orange. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. No need to wait for a group buy...all these products can be found at the following link for immediate purchase, at 20% off retail prices. No Tax, FREE SHIPPING (in the contiguous US). For customers outside the US, it may be possible to ship from within Europe to Europe (contact me before you buy to make sure). NOTE: When ordering, please specify rider weight in gear, and type of riding you do (commuting, off roading, canyon carving, etc), and we'll have Matris spring it to your specifications. Again, all these products can be found at the following link for immediate purchase, at 20% off retail prices: https://www.bellissimoto.com/index.php?route=product/search&search=Matris Tenere 700 - Paul
  22. While the forum is the main page of this website, there are other features of this forum that have more social media features and benefits. The page of the forum that I have bookmarked, and the part that I spend a lot of time in, is my "Profile". I suggest bookmarking your profile and starting there ea day. Get a quick glance at the people and posts that you participate with and in. Speaking of which, you can "follow" both people and posts. Follow a fellow member by clicking on their username, this takes you to their profile and then simply click on " follow" . You can follow topics/threads by clicking "follow" at the top right of the first post in any topic/thread. After you do this, a box pops up where you can choose how/if you are to be notified of updates to that thread. This comes in really useful for topics/threads that you feel are important. You can "unfollow" using the same method. The reason why I would like all of you to start using your profile pages, following ea other and using "Status Updates is that there will be a ton of new features coming soon this fall that will really increase the social media capabilities of this website. This website can be like Facebook, minus the political and marketing bullshet that platform has become. A social media platform for nothing but Tenere 700 talk, meetups, rallies and media. My goal is for the actual forum to be a smaller part of what you use on this website each day. Also soon, we will be launching "Clubs". Clubs are like Facebook groups. And, you will have the ability to start a club, make it private or public, and invite other members. This will be awesome for regional meetups, rallies and events. Each club will have it's own page, but better than a facebook group, each club can also have a few different sections in it. So, one page doesn't become a giant clusterphuck of buried and lost posts, like facebook groups. Multiple sections means "organization". A few different sections for a few different kinds of topics. Each club will also have it's own calendar. And, people will be able to apply to join your club, you decide who can join. And, you have power to remove them from your club. Also soon, the forum will start "auto resizing" your uploaded images. Smartphones are now producing images that are 4-12 MB each in size. Pic hosting is extremely expensive so that is why we currently limit how many images you can upload. This fall, the website will simply be auto reducing the size of your images. They will still look good, they will just be smaller data size. So, take a chance. Go to your profile page and bookmark it. Start going there when you come here. Upload your profile cover pic. Click on it to make it full size. Do you like a fellow members posts? Follow them. Send each other status updates by putting an @ before their username. One last thing... We will also be changing the name of this website soon. We will keep the tenere700.net address active as a redirect to this website, but the fact is, "forum" is just a part of what this website is and can do for you. And yes, we are working on a dedicated mobile app. We aim to be the social media network for Tenere 700 owners. Minus the political meme's, pics of Uncle Joe in his bathing suit, and we never, ever sell your info, data or location to marketing companies. We never ever will. Let's use this place to OUR advantage. Because you are much more than just a forum.
  23. I came across 3 basic filters. OEM Yamaha Air Filter or paper filters from other manufacturer Unifilter Pre-Oiled Foam Air Filter K&N Air Filter 1. It seems, from reports and You tube, that paper filters protects the engine best, but air can be sucked under the filter if clogged up. You should always use sealing grease (which type???) 2. Can't find any information that oiled foam filter (Unifilter are accepted by Yamaha) will damage the engine in any obvious way. Does anyone, in the forum, have long term experience of oiled foam filter? Should be used off road in dusty areas or on long trips with various condition and trails/roads. 3. Seems to not work properly. Should not be used in dusty areas, only for clean roads, if anywhere ? Small silicon particles seems to pass the filter (you can actually see small holes in the filter behind light). Does anyone have long term experience with K&N filter, with maintained torque and horsepower over the long term? And last question. I have the Acrapovic system on which should gain 1-2 horsepower and maybe 1 Nm in torque. By adding a performance filter, it might gain additional power, but which one should I use? Filter area must be important, but my main concern are protection to the engine.
  24. Looking to create hinged flap access into this area for a small tool tube. There seems to be a fair amount of space. Has anyone seen someone who may have done this before?

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