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YAMAHA MT-10 MOTORCYCLE
Powered by the same crossplane, 999cc inline-four engine as the race-ready YZF-R1, the Yamaha MT-10 Motorcycle merges track-worthy performance with street-friendly conveniences. Its traction control system, three riding modes, and slipper clutch also come from its high-performance cousin, while its short wheelbase, cruise control, and LCD multi function instrument panel make it a blast to ride at any speed. Available in black, grey and green, blue and black, or all-black, but unfortunately not in the USA (yet).


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So in summary you're a little bitch, nobody believes your bitchass about anything, you look like a bitch, you sound like a whiny bitch and you've probably been a bitch for a long time.

All I want to know, how old were you when you realized you were a bitch? or did someone else have to tell you?

The only thing you can Jocky is the keyboard, so why dont you stfu Bitch

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I like the look of this thing now make a ~300cc ~325lb version.
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I want to like it but something off about it
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I want to like it but something off about it
Needs a belly pan


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Needs a belly pan
Heh, and if I bought one and it did have one it'd be the first thing to get pulled off and put on the shelf.
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Heh, and if I bought one and it did have one it'd be the first thing to get pulled off and put on the shelf.
Meh, seeing the collector and half cat is just ugly, I feel the same way about the Suzuki GSXS750



The GSXS1000 just looks more finished. . . and yes I know the cat looks the same here as the Yamaha



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I like it in pictures. Need to see one in person.

I LOOOVED my FZ1. I was going to do a naked conversion. This would pretty much fit that bill. Although as I get older. The FZ7 is starting to appeal to me more and more. I'm not sure I want a bazillion HP and sub 2 second 0-60 times any more.


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I'm getting old. I'll leave the hyper sportbikes to you kids.



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if it's half of what they say it is, I will buy it.


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