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Zdravím všechny české jezdce. Pro pročtení všech možných diskusí mám zatím následující seznam doplňků pro mojí T7:

 

Adventure spec rám:

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Our crash bars are designed to protect your fairings in the event of a crash. Constructed from 6000 series aluminium they are designed to be strong and light.

 

Givi držák brašen:


Discover the GIVI accessories that best suit your taste and your needs!

 

Adventure spec zadní nosič:

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A powder coated tough flat-plate rear rack incorporating pillion/strapping handles, 4 holes to mount a RotoPax water/fuel tank mount and edge strapping points.

 

Blastery Barkbusters:

 

Držák navigace:


Billet GPS Mount 12mm Crossbar-RRP 643



Polep displeje:

https://t7rally.com/shop/ols/products/screen-display-protectors-yamaha-tenere-700-t7

 


Zaslepky rámu:

https://t7rally.com/shop/ols/products/tenere-700-t7-frame-plugs-pair

 

A ještě následující doplňky, které se už vyrábí u nás v ČR:

Zpevnění světla+přístrojů aby se za jízdy tak netřásly. něco jako je toto:

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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...


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