Our “Cockpit-Stabilizer” puts an end to the wobbling of the unstable cockpit strut of the Tenere 700.
On bumpy roads, the Tenere 700’s cockpit tends to vibrate a lot – especially if a navigation device that is more or less heavy is installed.
The reason for this is the outriggers made of fibreglass-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. This is achieved by connecting the stable plastic part (to which the speedometer unit is also screwed) to the cockpit strut and stiffening it.
The vibrations of the speedometer are also reduced.
The stabilizer works in combination with all available GPS brackets for the Tenere 700.
It should 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.
The assembly is as easy as usual:
– 2 pieces of M6x14 pan head screws connect the navigation mount and the stabilizer
– 2 pieces of M6x20 pan head screws replace the original screws with which the speedometer unit is attached and connect the lower plastic part, stabilizer and speedometer.