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Old 01-03-2013, 03:58 PM   #15166
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I already have a cabln, we just need an early snow melt.
Great ! Are you on the list on the first post? Looking forward to seeing everyone !
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:21 PM   #15167
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Anyone here ridden their S10 in the pine barrens (central jersey) much? Just talking about the legal roads, but they can be pretty sandy and whooped in some places. What tires are you running?
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:30 PM   #15168
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anyone here ridden their s10 in the pine barrens (central jersey) much? Just talking about the legal roads, but they can be pretty sandy and whooped in some places. What tires are you running?

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Old 01-03-2013, 06:47 PM   #15169
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Thanks - how much can you safely air down on this bike? 20 pounds front? Rear probably not so important..
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:55 PM   #15170
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Anyone here ridden their S10 in the pine barrens (central jersey) much? Just talking about the legal roads, but they can be pretty sandy and whooped in some places. What tires are you running?
k60 15lbs front.. most of the legal roads you dont have to air down. the ones that you do have to air down are to long and deep to enjoy on a big bike
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:00 PM   #15171
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Ya' know... Now that's a brand new year there's a question I've been mulling over in my head. The Yamaha Super Tenere has been out and available here in the USA for nearly 18 months now, and there are quite a few S-10 riders out there who have racked up fairly substantial mileages during that time. The Super Tenere has been out in the field in Europe, South Africa, Australia, and a few other spots around the globe for a lot longer than that... Nearly 3 years now, right? And I know some of the riders in those areas have even more miles/kilometers on their Super Ten's...

So the question is this...

Have any of you folks out there, anywhere in the world, heard of any major failures of a Super Tenere?

I'm not talking about crash damage, or busted sumps from poor skid plates (or no skid plates). No, I mean any *MAJOR*, catastrophic failures - the kind that means the bikes goes home on the tow truck or a trailer. Engine component failures, blown up final drives, exploding gearboxes, fragged clutches, busted frames, snapped swingarms, etc., etc., etc.

I mean any at all... I'm sure if any inmates here had suffered one of these big failures it would already be posted about, but have any of you even *HEARD* of any kind of major mechanical failures?

Thanks!

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Old 01-03-2013, 07:13 PM   #15172
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:26 PM   #15173
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Ya' know... Now that's a brand new year there's a question I've been mulling over in my head.
So the question is this...

Have any of you folks out there, anywhere in the world, heard of any major failures of a Super Tenere?


Dallara

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I wonder the same thing, no failures or major issues

What disappoints me is Yamaha could be using this for publicity but they don't do anything, nothing, zilts

You don't see any adds on TV I subscribe to a few mags, never see and add from Yamaha (about the Tenere) do see other adds for quads and snowmobiles but nothing for adventure bikes.

Mean time we have guys going around the world on BMWs and there's links to them on Facebook, websites, they visit all the BMW dealers along the way and they advertise how great BMW is

BMW gets a lot of publicity from these riders, I follow lots of riders and I don't follow a single one riding a Yamaha

Why doesn't Yamaha help people? maybe they could push Yamaha dealers to sponsor riders, they could help with some money too.

I think Nick Sanders is the only rider I know doing something big with Yamaha.

I just read a few bloggers that arrived in Ushuaia and all the posted pictures are all BMW's
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:26 PM   #15174
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k60 15lbs front.. most of the legal roads you dont have to air down. the ones that you do have to air down are to long and deep to enjoy on a big bike
Got it- thanks. Probably just need to get another little bike to be safe
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:30 PM   #15175
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][/B]Arn't BMWs.

What's an "arn't"?

Just kidding... I know the S-10 is no BMW. That's the point...

I've enjoyed every one of the trouble-free 26,000+ miles I've got on my Super Tenere the past 17 months, and I'm looking forward to thousands and thousands of miles more!

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Old 01-03-2013, 07:44 PM   #15176
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What kind of mileage you getting on those?
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:22 PM   #15177
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I already have a cabln, we just need an early snow melt.
Winter around colorado looks non existant this year, so melt may not be a big deal. I remember going over the 4wd roads up there in August back in the 80s and many of the passes were snowed in all summer. I doubt an issue this year. Also in years past you could about depend on a big thunderstorm virtually every day and cold 40 degree rain to go with it. This doesn't seem to happen often anymore. Have a good time there guys, beautiful area there.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:27 PM   #15178
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yeah probably i do sell the 690 i love the bike but i cant afford to have two bike When the first child is coming and with all ive read about s10 it seems to fit me :)

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and can do soft offroad :)


after all the s10 is more motorcycle bike than 690 ;)

im not getting old just more sensitive....well ;)
hopefully some i can do some wheelie with s10 too ;)
Are you in the states? Upper midwest by chance?

I'm looking to downsize from my 640A plus I need a new project.
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:48 PM   #15179
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Have any of you folks out there, anywhere in the world, heard of any major failures of a Super Tenere?

I'm not talking about crash damage, or busted sumps from poor skid plates (or no skid plates). No, I mean any *MAJOR*, catastrophic failures - the kind that means the bikes goes home on the tow truck or a trailer. Engine component failures, blown up final drives, exploding gearboxes, fragged clutches, busted frames, snapped swingarms, etc., etc., etc.

I mean any at all... I'm sure if any inmates here had suffered one of these big failures it would already be posted about, but have any of you even *HEARD* of any kind of major mechanical failures?

Thanks!

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I sniff around all the time too. Not aware of anthing other than the spoke, sump stuff.

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Old 01-03-2013, 10:35 PM   #15180
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Cuz the bike is bad ass ! Friend of mine just turned over 70K miles.. When he shows up at the Colorado event he is thinking he should have about 105K + The bike is a 'Diesel'
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