Touratech Suspension is the world’s first purpose-built shock absorber for long-distance touring with a fully-loaded motorcycle. Right out of the box, it has the strength, features and adjustments to go the distance on your Super Tenere hauling luggage. The Touratech Explore HP shock is over-built by design with heavy-duty materials, over-sized components, 50% more spring pre-load adjustment, and adjustable rebound dampening that’s tuned for optimal performance with a fully-loaded motorcycle. With an Explore HP shock, the preload can be quickly adjusted by turning the knob with your hand.
The Touratech Expedition Shock offers adjustable high-speed and low-speed compression dampening and a remote fluid reservoir in addition to the features found on the Touratech Explore HP shock which include: adjustable rebound dampening, 15mm of hydraulically adjustable preload, floating piston superiority and low-friction seals. The Touratech Expedition Shock is the ideal choice for the Super Tenere rider who plans to do an extended trip or wants to ride a Backcountry Discovery Route. For the rider who wants absolute control over suspension set-up and high performance, this shock is a great option.
We let the mad-scientists build the shock of their dreams with this product. When we asked for the absolute highest performance shock they could imagine, they developed the Touratech Extreme Shock. If NASA built suspension for the Super Tenere they’d be happy with this one.
When the going gets rough, you'll want your suspension to keep up with the terrain. Installing progressive front fork springs will give your Yamaha Super Tenere XT1200Z a significant improvement in handling and braking, both on and off-road. This spring kit from Hyperpro is a quick and inexpensive way to drastically change your Super Tenere's handling performance, or to revive a worn out set of springs.
When the going gets rough, you'll want your suspension to keep up with the terrain. This spring kit is a quick and inexpensive way to drastically change your Yamaha Super Tenere's handling performance, or to revive a worn out set of springs. The progressively wound springs for the front and rear 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.