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