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Author:  Mintsauce [ Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Tenere 660

Looking for some suitable wind shields for handlebars, any good reasonably priced recommendations?
First time out in a while, hands soon get cold with the breeze wafting round your finger tips. You soon generate a bit of heat from the effort required to hold onto the bike to stop it snaking about, even in 1st gear at tick over!, heat never seems to get to your hands though :roll:
Tyres are in need of a suitable replacement very soon!! :lol:
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Author:  Lewilewi [ Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Tenere 660

I love 660 teneres...

Bizarely i came out of lagunas maidstone with a 2017 ktm 1290 adventure r tho... Slightly bigger and heavier than the 660

Author:  Phil P [ Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Tenere 660

No doubt you're sorted by now but I've fitted Bark Busters on mine. They've worked just fine in the mountains of Portugal when trying out some of the TET - although I now need to replace the left hand bar end expander bolt which bent out after I dropped it down a steep, stony descent. How lucky was I that I'd just filled the tank (23 litres) making the recovery lift even more exacting!

Other mods include 14T front sprocket; Pivot Pegs; brake snake; rim locks; Renthal bars; spare clutch and throttle cables pre-run; progressive springs F&R; MX mudguard; LED spotlights. I'm just coming up to 50,000 miles in three years. We've been to Georgia; Nordkapp; Morocco; Sicily; Sardinia; Corsica; Spain & Portugal. I love it!

January 2019 we're off to South America for three months...

Author:  Richard Simpson [ Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Tenere 660

I don't know if they would fit your bike, but I've put genuine KTM 950 Adv guards on 2 non-KTMs as they were relatively cheap and good could also try the SMT ones, which offer a bit mor e protection from the elements.

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