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    Quote Originally Posted by stonehenge View Post
    Yamaha have just reduced their S10 to £10999 which makes the V Strom expensive. The Tracer is great value.
    I agree, the S10 looks like good value too.

    The Tracer looks like more fun but the S10 is probably the better long term proposition. Confused now

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    The Tracer looks like more fun but the S10 is probably the better long term proposition. Confused now
    With the cost (losses) associated with trading "up" the cost of moving from my 2011 to A.N. Other large capacity Adventure bike would almost buy one of these outright!

    I am going to hold on to see if a more off-roady bike is created with the MT-07 engine, but I reckon the Mrs might want one of these tracers once a few appear on the used market, £8k new means a £6k bargain once a few appear used.

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    It does looked well equipped for the money.

    Half the price of a GSA !!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasher View Post
    Undoubtedly more reliable and at a fraction of the price. Could be the best buy of 2015.

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    Ordered a Tracer today.

    £8k OTR with a set of Yamaha heated grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    Ordered a Tracer today.

    £8k OTR with a set of Yamaha heated grips.
    I thought you'd be up for a new gs wc !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DING-DONG View Post
    I thought you'd be up for a new gs wc !
    You got to be kidding, haven't you heard that they're an unreliable, poorly built, poorly finished peice of crap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    You got to be kidding, haven't you heard that they're an unreliable, poorly built, poorly finished peice of crap?
    You missed out expensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    Ordered a Tracer today.
    That doesn't surprise me

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    That doesn't surprise me
    You'll come around eventually

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deprogramming

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    Ordered a Tracer today.

    £8k OTR with a set of Yamaha heated grips.
    When do you pick it up ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    You'll come around eventually

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deprogramming
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetjock View Post
    When do you pick it up ?

    Delivery is in March, I reckon it will sell well, the price is spot on.

    http://youtu.be/tH5swZBXPaM

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    Delivery is in March, I reckon it will sell well, the price is spot on.

    http://youtu.be/tH5swZBXPaM
    Which colour ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    You'll come around eventually

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deprogramming


    Enjoy your new bike

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