On bumpy roads, the Tenere 700's cockpit tends to vibrate a lot - especially if a navigation device is installed.
The reason for this are the outriggers made of fiberglass-reinforced plastic that hold the aluminum rod and have hardly any torsional rigidity. These are particularly unstable around the yaw axis.
This is exactly where the cockpit stabilizer comes into play by effectively reducing yaw. Made from billet alluminium this custom bracket connects the stable plastic part (to which the speedometer unit is also screwed) to the cockpit strut and thereby stiffening it.
The vibrations of the speedometer are also greatly reduced.
This kit contains both the stabiliser bar and the SMALL GPS mount
It should also be noted that the angle of the GPS holder cannot be freely selected when the stabilizer is installed, but must be set parallel to the speedometer unit. If you wish to place your Garmin GPS in various postions and additional adaptor plate is available seperately.
Thoroughly tested on tough Aussie trails this is a must have for every Tenere rider!
Installation is as easy as usual:
- 2 pieces M6x14 pan head screws connect the GPS mount and the stabilizer
- 2 pieces M6x20 pan head screws replace the original screws with which the speedometer unit is attached and connect the lower plastic part, stabilizer and speedometer.
Scope of delivery:
"Cockpit stabilizer" incl. 2 pieces M6x14 and 2 pieces M6x20 pan head screws A2 for attachment to the "Small" or "Slim Basic" navigation holder.
"Small" universal GPS Holder Black or Silver and four screws DIN 912 A2 M5x12mm.
Any other compatible products or device holders shown in the images such as the larger Garmin adaptor plate are not part of the scope of delivery.
Weight including screws: 89 g
Material: aluminum, anodized