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Pre-Cut LCD Flip - Yamaha Tenere 700 / T7 - Pre order
Pre-Cut LCD Flip - Yamaha Tenere 700 / T7 - Pre order
Pre-Cut LCD Flip - Yamaha Tenere 700 / T7 - Pre order
Pre-Cut LCD Flip - Yamaha Tenere 700 / T7 - Pre order

Pre-Cut LCD Flip - Yamaha Tenere 700 / T7 - Pre order

Regular price $33.99
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The LCD flip mod, perfected. 

Overview 

Essentially, dark mode for your motorcycle. Created from the common DIY LCD flip, the ColorClusterz LCD Flip is a pre-cut kit which eliminates the stresses of cutting the lcd material at the specific angle and size. This allows for an easy installation compared to the classic DIY route. The kit can be used alone or alongside the colored ColorCluster product for the ultimate result. 

Why our kit?

  • OEM quality material 
  • Protective layers on both sides
  • Matte anti-glare coating 
  • UV Safe 
  • Laser cut for perfect fitment 

What's Included in the package: 

  • 1 x Laser cut LCD flip 
  • Instructions 

Installation

Brief instructions found below and detailed instructions included in the package. 

Skill level: Medium 

Time: 20-30 minutes

Tools: 

  • Screwdriver 
  • Allen key
  • Adhesive remover 
  • Razer blade (optional) 

Steps: 

  1. Remove dash from bike
  2. Remove screws holding dash casing together and open dash
  3. Peel off original LCD material and clean off residue 
  4. Lay the Pre-cut LCD on the screen
  5. Close dash, re install screws and dash to bike

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  • Multiple shipping options to choose from 

     

    Note: Due to the limitations of the LCD panel, during darker riding conditions the display will appear more blue. Although once in the sunlight and during normal riding conditions the blue hue will disappear.