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By TMC Customs
This bike was purchased as a non-runner and had been sitting in the previous owners heated garage for 8 years. He was the second owner and crashed the bike on the road in Virginia. After crashing the bike, he turned it into a track bike and used it often until moving to this area. I purchased the bike to try to convince friends to join me at the track and to use as a hot spare in case I downed my current track bike. The bike needed some work to get it running and make it safe, the biggest issue was the fuel tank and fuel system as the previous owner left race gas in it for 8 years and it essentially corroded everything. The following has been done to the bike:
Fuel tank replaced Fuel sending unit replaced Fuel pump replaced Fuel pressure regulator replaced All fuel system related o-rings and seals replaced Fuel rail disassembled and cleaned Fuel injectors disassembled, cleaned, tested Rear brake master cylinder was replaced Front and rear brake fluid flushed and bled New mobil1 racing 4t oil and filter Flushed cooling system New radiator cap Battery New high strength o-ring chain (not installed)
The bike is essentially stock except for the Vortex rear sets ($400 new) and upgraded front springs but in its stock form it is over 100hp so it will have no problem keeping up with any newer bike on the track. The bike is fuel injected and has dual throttle bodies so it is very responsive and involves less maintenance than a carbureted bike. Everything works as it should but you will want to replace the tires as they are 8 year old track tires and are rock hard. Honestly, you should replace the tires on any bike you plan to take to the track unless they are new. The bike has been low sided a time or two so the fairings are not pretty but they are serviceable. Bike is straight, runs, drives, and stops. I have not personally had this on the track or on the road as it is not street legal and the tires and dangerous. Asking $1400
Yes, this is real. I am selling my 2018 Yamaha MT10. I have enjoyed this bike so much but it is time for me to try something different. The bike is very well accessorized. Many of you have personally seen this bike.
2018 Yamaha MT10
Danmoto Cat Delete Pipe, 2wheeleddynoworks tune, Vagabond Fender Eliminator, Woodcraft Frame Sliders, RhinoMoto Bar Ends, CRG Mirrors, Renthal Full Diamond Grips, ASV Levers, Yamaha Comfort Seat, rear spools, Givi Touring Shield as well as OEM shield, Givi tanklock mounting system. New S21 front and Q3 rear with 1500 miles.
** Updated price does not include the extra set of OEM fairings**
Time to say goodbye to my mistress of 12 years.
Road 5's mounted last season (~ 1,500 miles on them)
oil changed at the end of last season
R&G Tidy Tail
D&D aftermarket exhaust
USB plug for phone or GPS
Custom seat (Terry's Custom Seats)
Upgraded Racetech fork internals
New chain and sprockets (less than 3,500 miles)
additional set of OEM front fairings (never mounted)
Any of you that have ridden with me over the last 3 years know this bike. I haven't ridden it really at all this year except down at the Gap, since my focus has shifted more towards racing and track and I don't want it just sitting around because it's a great bike, and it deserves a great, active lifestyle. I wasn't going to post this until spring, but I figured why not get a head start.
$4700 CL/FBMP Price - willing to work with established OR members if there's any interest.
I don't have a lot of aftermarket on this bike. Here's a list of what it does have:
New grips - old grips were worn
Fresh DID chain + sprockets, probably only 200 miles on them if even
Fly screen/cowl over headlights
Center stand - currently off the bike but is easy to re-attach
Dunlop Q3's - takeoffs from my track bike, only had 1 track day on them... still some life left, maybe 30 or 40%
Battery Tender leads - I know, can you believe I'm willing to let this go with the bike? Wow!
Everything else is stock.
I keep up with maintenance. It has had the 12,000 and 24,000 mile services done at Motohio (24,000 was done at the start of last season). The bike had 22,000 miles at the time, I just decided to get it done early so I didn't have to bring it in over the summer. I don't think I actually hit 24,000 yet. I'm the 3rd owner.
One owner, clean title in hand. Track only. Stock motor. 20,990 miles.
The time has come for me to face the reality that getting back on the track isn't in the cards. So I'm selling my baby, a 2004 R6 that I bought brand new in September of 04 and have ridden every mile since.
It hasn't been babied by any stretch of the imagination, but it has been obsessively maintained. Runs like the day it was new, only stronger. Routinely dyno'd at over 100hp at the wheel. From commutes, to exploring the twisties in Kentucky, to drag races and track days, this bike has always taken everything I threw at her and come back asking for more. Zero mechanical malfunctions in all the time I've owned her.
Always used Motul 300V oil and RBF600 brake fluid, changed more often than my socks. Only the finest of distilled waters in the cooling system. Suspension only has two days on the track since it was last serviced. The paint is pockmarked from going fast, and there's a little rash on the right lower from a teensy low-side at Grattan a bunch of years ago. Otherwise, the bike has always been rubber-side up.
Would make an excellent first track day bike, or novice racer, or endurance race machine. Fully safety-wired, never leaked a drop of anything, and always passed tech with flying colors. Comes with an absurd number of spares, Pit Bull front and rear stands, aluminum loading ramps, a rain suit, and even a service manual. You're a couple sets of fresh tires away from driving directly to the track with this thing in your trailer.
Suspension and Brakes
Elka 3-way rear shock Stock forks with GP Suspension cartridge kit Suspension built, serviced, and tuned by Matt Carr, sprung for 190lb rider Tapered roller bearings in the headset Ohlins linear steering damper Galfer SS braided brake hoses EBC pads
Dynojet PCIII USB with custom tune Leo Vince SBK carbon and titanium exhaust Factory Pro +4 ignition advance Factory Pro Superflare velocity stacks Graves slide stops and AIS blockoff plates BMC Race filter Shorai LFX battery Custom 1/4 turn throttle mod
DID 520 chain AFAM and DID sprockets (-1 front, +0, +1, and +2 rears with carriers) Two extra sets of wheels
Catalyst Composites bodywork with custom paint and graphics Woodcraft rearsets, case covers, frame sliders Puig clear DB windscreen Graves fairing stay Pazzo shorty levers