This is a nicely restored YB10 with some extensive engine modifications. Located in Bremerton, Washington is a 1991 Bimota YB10 Dieci. The YB10 features adjustable, 42mm, USD Marzocchi forks; 38mm downdraught Mikuni carbs, and Ohlins adjustable rear shock. The YB10 weighs in at 407lbs dry, 65lbs less than the FZR that donated it’s motor. This particular example is restored in a stunning yellow that looks very nice if not correct. The seller states that it has extensive motor mods that include:
Falicon lightened and balanced crankshaft,performance rods,wiseco 1040cc 11.5:1 piston kit,rd valve springs,OW01 camshafts,41mm Keihin flat slide carbs,Has been ported and polished cylinder head. Custom paint,remus exh, ohlins rear shock,custom body work,custom oil cooler.
This bike isn’t original but it looks to be in fantastic condition. The odometer looks to have less that 500 miles on it. With the unoriginality of the bike and extensive engine modifications, this bike should be a weekend rider but, at $20,000; it’s price puts it higher than any YB10 I believe I’ve seen and too expensive to put any measurable mileage on. If it strikes your fancy as it does mine, see it on CycleTrader here.