T7 Anti-Bobble-Head (T7-ABH)

$69.00 USD

The first thing we noticed when we rode the 700 Tenere was that the gauge cluster looked like it wasn't even bolted to the bike. Did someone on the assembly line forget some fasteners? The T7 is a great bike... why is the cluster trying to jump off?! Why does the headlight look like a strobe light at night when traveling down a rough road? Great news, they don't need to do that. 

With our Anti-Bobble-Head Kit (ABH) installed, the display stays where it should, and the headlight will no longer induce seizures (hyperbole). Constructed of 304 stainless steel tubing that's TIG welded and then powder coated, the ABH brackets look great, are easy to install, and it really firms up the front end of your bike!

The Anti Bobble Head kit pairs well with the D12 GPS mounting puck. Check it out!

This kit is NOT compatible with any year of standard T7 or World Raid that has the full-color TFT display! It is compatible with 2019-2023 bikes with a mono-color LCD display! Some parts of the world got the TFT in on their 2023 models (Europe) and most others got it in 2024.

*One "kit" is a pair*

The included set screws are heat-sealed into the bottom corner of the bag! 

*International Customers: (outside the US and Canada)
All extra fees, such as taxes, duties, tariffs, brokerage, etc are not included in the purchase price. Customers are wholly responsible for the payment of these fees!

Intro and Install Video:




A before and after Anti-Bobble-Head video comparison from YouTuber, "Swanky Cat":



Customer Reviews

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Rob Granara
bobble head

fantastic modification, like every thing else I got from Camel for the 🏍️

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Matt
It works great

It’s like night and day for the instrument cluster. I also have a carpuride gps like thing on the accessory bar. That doesn’t flap around much either now!

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T7 Montana
The bobble is gone

Worked exactly as advertised

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Marlin Kendall
Must have for all Tenere riders

Easy to install and does the job as advertised. Yamaha should take notes from these guys about how to build out a Tenere properly from the factory. Great resources on their site for install instructions for all the components they offer. Will be back to do more business in the future.

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Bigwavedave

Buy this, the real thing (not copycat products made in China), and support a great vendor!