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Meet Our Official Partner: YAMAHA Tenere700 Custom by @Frost_ADV

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 Webike Official Partners have come together with Webike Japan to create the world's greatest "Riders' Connection". Here is a "YAMAHA Tenere700(XTZ690)" custom by Webike Official Partner "@Frost_ADV".

 The engine is stock with no changes to the internals. The air filter has been replaced with a DNA Performance Air Filter along with a custom 3D printed airbox cover, adding responsiveness and allowing the engine to breathe better. A Black Widow Decat Downpipe which has been mated to a Camel ADV High Mount Exhaust is installed. The frame and swingarm remain stock, but the bike has received multiple parts to add protection.

 For the brakes, HEL Braided Brake Lines, a Camel ADV Rear Brake Lever, and calipers fitted with EBC Pads are used. The wheels remain stock but the tyres have been changed to Motoz Tractionators. These are more off-road orientated and offer more grip when racing. The front forks have been fitted with a set of K-tech fork internals and the stanchions have been lowered 20mm through the yokes. A 95 N/mm rear spring has been added to suit a 100kg rider (with kit) and 20mm lowering links have been added to match the front. The rider pegs have been changed to DRC Footpegs, which offer more grip when riding off-road. The gearing has been lowered by the addition of a 14T front sprocket (15T standard) along with a Supersprox 47T rear sprocket (46T standard).

 The handlebars are by Renthal and mounted on a pair of Rally Raid risers. Barkbusters handguards have been added for hand protection, along with a pair of Touratech clutch and brake levers. The standard seat has been changed for an OEM Yamaha Low Seat. The rider and pillion seat have been joined using a T7 Rally Seat Joining Kit which allows for both seats to be removed without the use of tools, and a Cool Covers Seat Cover has been added for additional grip. To protect the front fairings, Adventure Spec Crash Bars have been added. A Camel ADV High Mount Front Mudguard Kit is also equipped, along with their Bash Plate, Side Stand and Graphics Kit. Additional protection includes a headlight guard, throttle mechanism guard, and frame guards. The indicators have been changed for smaller LED options and Oxford Heated Grips have been added along with a dual USB port for charging.



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Part Details
Exhaust Camel ADV Rally Spec High Mount Exhaust
Black Widow Decat Header Downpipes
Brake HEL Braided Brake Lines
OEM Brembo Calipers
EBC Brake Pads
Camel ADV Rear Brake Pedal
Handles Rally Raid CNC Bar Riser Kit
RENTHAL Twin Wall Bar R. Pilloport / J. Stewart
Barkbusters VPS Motocross Hand Guard
Touratech Clutch & Brake Levers
Bodyworks YAMAHA Low Seat
T7 Rally Seat Joining Kit
Cool Covers Seat Cover
Camel ADV High Mount Front Fender Kit
Camel ADV Heavy Duty Sump Guard
Camel ADV Heavy Duty Side Stand
Adventure Spec Rally Lightweight Crash Bars
Yamaha OEM Tail Tidy
R&G Front Axle Crash Bobbins
Rugged Roads Throttle Mechanism Guard
ACD Racing Carbon Vinyl Frame Protectors
ODAX POWER BRONZE Headlight Lens Shield
Camel ADV Graphics Kit
Electrical Yamaha LED Rear Indicators
Puig LED Flush Mount Front Indicators
Yamaha Dual USB port
Shido AGM Solid State Battery
Oxford Heated Grips
Drive Parts Camel ADV One Finger Clutch Kit
ACERBIS Chain Guide Block 2.0
Supersprox Rear Sprocket 47T
Brian Eland Custom 14T Front Sprocket
Engine R&G Engine Covers
DNA Performance Air Filter
DIY 3D-Printed Open Airbox Cover
Suspension K-tech Front Cartridge Kit
ACERBIS Fork Shoe Protector
YAMAHA Lowering Link
Rearsets DRC Chromoly Wide Footpeg
Wheels MOTOZ Tractionator RallZ [TRXQ 120/70B19 60Q TL] Tire
MOTOZ Tractionator RallZ [TRXQ 140/80-18 70R TT] Tire

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