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    ST10 World Crosser

    Saw the fully loaded Super Ten in the Yamaha dealers today. Couldn't get any really good pics, but I must say that it looks much better and all the carbon goodies do help it IMO. This one was waiting for its new owner to pick it up.


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    Looks good in white

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    I'd like to know how much that left pannier can hold

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    Wrong tyres for a World Crosser?

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    lovely looking bike.

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    I saw at a black one at Yam HQ, very nice indeed, maybe an upgrade in a year or 2. I asked if the extra bits are available in a kit - they're not... yet... fingers crossed they will be at some stage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flatdog View Post
    I'd like to know how much that left pannier can hold
    [an S10 owner reports]

    Neither pannier takes a helmet but they are quite deep so your typical metrosexual, LWR wannabee should be quite impressed. Plenty of room for those Body Shop essentials and several pairs of chinos in different shades of beige.

    White S10s look okay but that side panel with CF insert looks a bit, "I'm a wanker." Sensible people choose a black bike with black wheels...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wessie View Post
    [an S10 owner reports]

    Neither pannier takes a helmet but they are quite deep so your typical metrosexual, LWR wannabee should be quite impressed. Plenty of room for those Body Shop essentials and several pairs of chinos in different shades of beige.

    White S10s look okay but that side panel with CF insert looks a bit, "I'm a wanker." Sensible people choose a black bike with black wheels...
    I concur with my learned colleague Wessie's considered comments, as the owner of a black S10.

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    Black is soooo boring, especially if there is three blacks.
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    I have a black S10 which will become a white world crosser at some point in June.

    Dealer is going to transplant all the extra bits from my current S10 onto the WC.

    It's a bit wrong that in all the marketing pics the S10 WC has an Akro can, implying that is comes on the bike. It doesn't.

    Rod

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    As i understood it the worldcrosser was a kit, bought and fitted by the dealer to a standard S10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Den View Post
    As i understood it the worldcrosser was a kit, bought and fitted by the dealer to a standard S10
    You are correct den, My mate gets his next saturday, the bike is there and they are waiting on the kit

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    Anyone know how much the kit is, and can you get individual parts separately?

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    looks good not sure about the aux lights tho...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE R View Post
    Anyone know how much the kit is, and can you get individual parts separately?

    Mike
    Been waiting for prices from my dealer for months

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazzy View Post
    looks good not sure about the aux lights tho...
    The lights are extra as are the crash bars they do not come with the wc kit

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