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2010 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere Photo Gallery

Check out the new 2010 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere and then read the review at 2010 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere First Look.

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Yamaha chose a shaft drive to deliver power from the six-speed transmission.
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The XT has some extensive electronics to go with the Parallel Twin engine.
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Plastic handguards and a beefy aluminum skid plate are standard equipment.
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The exhaust exits to the right side down low but wraps over to the left near the lower shock mount.
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Yamaha's XT1200Z is said to have Dakar-inspired design.
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Yamaha’s Unified Braking System operates so that the front brake actuates both the dual 310mm wave rotors up front and single 282mm rear.
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The left side features this large air intake.
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Yamaha's Parallel Twin uses an offset 270-degree firing order.
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2010 models will come with this special graphic.
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A fan helps keep the radiator cool which is mounted parallel to the bike.
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The shock utilizes tool-less preload and rebound adjustment.
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Tapping the rear brake first disengages the system so that each brake is controlled independently by the rider.
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Seat height is adjustable from 33.2-34.2 inches.
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We need to convince Yamaha that there’s a place for these bikes in America.
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The Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere is available only as a "first edition" in 2010.
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The Parallel Twin engine arrangement should be relatively slim.
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The XT comes in Silver Tech, though we have no idea why anyone wouldn’t opt for the ultra-sexy Viper Blue.
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The Parallel Twin engine arrangement should be relatively slim, though the six-gallon tank section is pretty bulky.
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A taller windscreen is available as an accessory.
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Yamaha claims the bike weighs 575 pounds at service weight.
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ABS is standard, and the XT1200Z uses a sophisticated linking system that allows the rider to control whether or not the brakes act independently.
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It’s only available in 2010 as a special “first edition” which features aluminum side cases and mounting brackets.