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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.

$10,500

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Instead of a guess the bike thread. Were going to leave this open for a guess the new owner thread.

They are a O.R. member and if you already know you can't guess or @Tonik will ban you. 

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He is banned and it's unlocked. Let's see if he is smart enough to unban himself.

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11 hours ago, Pauly said:

Anybody seen a moderator around here?

Who's this guy?

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1 hour ago, JustinNck1 said:

No it is sold.

Who bought it? Was it an OR member?

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MT was what I wanted for a while but my next purchase will be a 2016+ R1. Not sure when though.

 

Congrats on the new bike and congrats on the sale you two. 

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Took her out for the maiden voyage today and good lord...what a motorcycle!!

Sorry Mike...I know we talked in person at IP as I was looking for my FZ/MT. Just turned out that I bought Justin’s instead of a new one.

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17 minutes ago, Blitz said:

Took her out for the maiden voyage today and good lord...what a motorcycle!!

Sorry Mike...I know we talked in person at IP as I was looking for my FZ/MT. Just turned out that I bought Justin’s instead of a new one.

Never mind that little bit of strap rub around the 12v outlet on the left side. Us touring guys dobt know how to tie a bike to a triler properlyy..lol

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1 hour ago, 2talltim said:

Never mind that little bit of strap rub around the 12v outlet on the left side. Us touring guys dobt know how to tie a bike to a triler properlyy..lol

I didn’t notice that. But, now that I do...my bill’s in the mail. :)

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13 hours ago, Blitz said:

Took her out for the maiden voyage today and good lord...what a motorcycle!!

Sorry Mike...I know we talked in person at IP as I was looking for my FZ/MT. Just turned out that I bought Justin’s instead of a new one.

If I was you, I would have bought it too.  That is a heck of a bike.

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