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Hello - I'd like to start a list of confirmed parts that are swappable from the other bikes. Theory and speculation are welcome also, but be clear if you're confirming something fits that you've actually put it on your bike.

It would be great to start linking R7-specific parts as they get released as well (anyone found a brake lever yet?!?!?)

I'm setting my R7 up for AFM racing, so I'm also interested in connecting with anyone else looking to convert their R7 for track use. Especially interested in talking about full removal of the ABS system and geometry set up!! Shoot me a PM or post here.

I'll start the list and update this post if folks want to chime in:

Yamaha R7 Specific Parts w/ links:

Confirmed Fit from FZ07/R6:

Confirmed DOES NOT fit:
  • R6 Brake Lever
  • FZ07 Brake Lever
  • FZ07 Rearsets (Sent my stock ones to Woodcraft, they are developing rearsets as we speak)
  • R6 Non-ABS Spiegler braided brake line kit REAR (way too long - only need like a 12" hose for the R7)

Need confirmation:
  • Other Exhausts
  • Spiegler R6 Braided Stainless Brake Line Kit (non ABS - currently ordered and waiting for arrival)
  • FZ07 Rear shock?
  • R6 fork cartridges?
 

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I don't have an R7 but have been compiling a list, so I'll add.

Fender eliminator, aftermarket, listed for R7

Smoked integrated tail light, aftermarket, listed for R7

Radiator guard, aftermarket (no zip ties needed like for Yamaha's), listed for R7

Exhaust, Yoshi R77 listed for R7

Someone on this forum confirmed that all MT07 frame sliders fit R7.
 

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Bump now that this is approved - we just need to be careful with links. They're OK, but enough of them being posted will cause the thread to potentially quarantine again.

Thanks admin! :)
 

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This is great, thank you. I want to change my clip ons. The riding position for a commuter bike is too aggressive for me me.

Has someone changed theirs?
 

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This is great, thank you. I want to change my clip ons. The riding position for a commuter bike is too aggressive for me me.

Has someone changed theirs?
I'm not going to link it because it keeps killing the thread, but if you check out Woodcraft Technologies website (they make a ton of parts) you should be able to find the various generic riser clip-ons that will fit the R7. The R7 has 50mm fork tubes so just make sure you get the 50mm clip-on size, they come in a variety of heights that will help you out. The main concern is going to be clearance against the tank and windscreen/fairing. So you may have to do a little experimentation with angle, placement, height, etc.
 

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Clip-ons are usually the only bars that'll clear the fairing on sport bikes. Cables, wires and brake lines won't allow much higher bars either. I'm considering getting one of the other 700 models because of the better (for street) riding position.
 

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Clip-ons are usually the bars that'll clear the fairing. Cables, wires and brake lines won't allow much higher bars either. I'm considering getting one of the other 700 models because of the better (for street) riding position.
Looking at my R7, there's enough cable/wire slack and enough fairing clearance that you could probably go with 1"-1.5" riser clip-ons and be fine, but like I said above it might require some fiddlin'.
 

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Yes!!! Thank you for this. I am in the process of turning my R7 into a racebike as well. I haven't found a brake lever yet but the whole master cylinder assembly (which includes the master cylinder, lever, resevoir) on Ron Ayers is (as of 09/13/21) only $171.00
 

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Yes!!! Thank you for this. I am in the process of turning my R7 into a racebike as well. I haven't found a brake lever yet but the whole master cylinder assembly (which includes the master cylinder, lever, resevoir) on Ron Ayers is (as of 09/13/21) only $171.00
Good find, I tried searching that part number to see if I could locate the Brembo model, but looks like Yamaha shares that part number with the MC assembly on some of their ATVs or something and it's completely different. Still on the hunt for a lever...I'm guessing one of the Brembo OEM levers fits, just not sure which.
 

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My R6 windscreen (ZG Corsa) and R6 gascap (Driven Halo) both arrived yesterday and both fit, so further confirmation for those parts.
 

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Not sure if you guys are interested in Crash Cages but I stumbled upon this company that makes crash cages for the Yamaha R7 while looking for more aftermarket parts.
They're called Impaktech Crash Cage from StreetBike Supply.

I don't personally do wheelies (Too afraid atm) but for the people who do wheelies or just like the look, there ya go
 

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Not sure if you guys are interested in Crash Cages but I stumbled upon this company that makes crash cages for the Yamaha R7 while looking for more aftermarket parts.
They're called Impaktech Crash Cage from StreetBike Supply.

I don't personally do wheelies (Too afraid atm) but for the people who do wheelies or just like the look, there ya go
Thanks, added!

I also added a couple updates - the R6 spiegler braided brake line kits (non-ABS) work for the front but not the rear, FYI. Rear for the R6 is just too long.
 
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