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Yoshimura Steering Stem Nut BMW / Suzuzki / Yamaha / Kawasaki
Yoshimura Steering Stem Nut BMW S1000R / S1000RR / Suzuki GSXR1000 / GSXR600 / GSXR750 / GSXS1000 / GSXS1000F / Yamaha R6 / R1 / ZX6R
Give your cockpit that factory look with the Yoshimura Steering Stem Nut. Just ask Tommy Hayden, and Blake Young.
- CNC Machined from 6061 T6 alloy
- Stronger and lighter than the stock steel unit
- Pre drilled for safety wire
- Laser etched logo
- Distinctive laser etched machined Yoshimura Magnasonian™ finish
- Works Edition colorway features a hard-anodized process that produces superior colorfast qualities and is highly resistant to Ultraviolet rays and heat
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- GSX-R1000 2007-2019
- GSX-R1000R 2017, 2018
- GSX-R600 2008-2019
- GSX-R750 2008-2019
- GSX-S1000 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
- GSX-S1000F 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
- CB1000R 2011-2015
- CB300F 2015-2018
- CB500F 2013-2015
- CB500X 2013-2015
- CBR1000RR 2008-2019
- CBR1000RR ABS 2008-2019
- CBR1000RR Repsol 2008-2015
- CBR1000RR SP 2014-2019
- CBR1000RR SP2 2017
- CBR250R 2011-2013
- CBR250R ABS 2011-2013
- CBR300R 2015-2019
- CBR300R ABS 2019
- CBR500R 2013-2015
- CBR600RR 2009-2019
- CBR600RR ABS 2009-2019
- Grom MSX125 2014-2019
- Grom MSX125 ABS 2019
- Monkey 2019
- Monkey ABS 2019
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Reviews & Questions
I wrapped it once around with black tape... carefully torqued it... and was very happy with the look. Until I took it in for service.
I got on my bike after a 600 mile maintenance... and the nut looks like someone put it on with vise grips.
Obviously doesn't hold up to a mechanic checking it without the black tape love I gave it.
1 year ago
1 year ago