Touratech 35mm Lowering Fork Springs & Linkage Kit, Yamaha Tenere 700
If your Yamaha Tenere sits a little too high for you to comfortably reach the ground, this lower spring kit from Touratech suspension is an easy option for lowering the Yamaha T7 while dramatically improving its handling.
Not only will it lower your motorcycle, but installing this spring and linkage kit will also give your Yamaha T7 a significant improvement in front-end handling and braking, both on and off-road. The progressively wound springs for the front suspension give you a plush ride at slow speeds, but when the road gets rough, or you decide to push hard in the corners, the springs are much firmer towards the bottom of the travel where you need it the most.
Replacing your front fork springs with our progressively wound lower springs is a less expensive alternative to having your suspension's travel reduced and installing shorter springs. No modifications to your forks or rear shock are necessary to run these springs. They work by using a very soft spring rate for the first 35mm (1.37") of travel, and a normal progressive rate for the rest, giving you a suspension system that is 35mm shorter underweight, but normal length unweighted.
The rear link provided in this kit replaces the stock linkage to lower the back of the motorcycle to match the front. It can be installed without removing the rear shock or replacing the shock spring which eliminates the need for a spring compressor and makes it easier to install in your own garage.
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