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Found a barn find.
2009 1198R Corse
Less than 2K miles
Started last, 9 months ago.
Other than changing, oil, battery, and gas, what other things should I keep an eye on?

Its been out of the weather and looks really good other than dust......
Be nice now, as an admin, I haven't had to ban anyone in a while.....LOL

I have only had my one bike a 2001 900SS all this time.

Stepping up in the world.
 

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Found a barn find.
2009 1198R Corse
Less than 2K miles
Started last, 9 months ago.
Other than changing, oil, battery, and gas, what other things should I keep an eye on?

Its been out of the weather and looks really good other than dust......
Be nice now, as an admin, I haven't had to ban anyone in a while.....LOL

I have only had my one bike a 2001 900SS all this time.

Stepping up in the world.
Post detailed pics. Let’s see the condition. Belts and tyres. Clutch and brake fluid to add to your list.
 

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Maybe check the engine number too to verify it's a 2010-model (Belive the very rare 1198R where only available in 2010)
 

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Post detailed pics. Let’s see the condition. Belts and tyres. Clutch and brake fluid to add to your list.
Yup, unless you are SURE of the age you should definitely change the belts.
 

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Ok
I took a look
It is an 1198S Corse
Tricolor scheme
A few nicks in the left side where it fell over.
Termi exhaust
Otherwise in pretty good shape
 

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I will pick it up after the New Year, he is leaving for a job for the month.
 

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Oil, gas, brake and clutch fluids.
Battery is probably a bust.

Might think about pulling the plugs, but I would try to start it without that.
Plan on gasoline filter replacing if you need to pull the fuelpump.
 

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Its taped over and wired? Apparently a track day bike?

All fluids
Tires
Clutch
Belts
Plugs, while out maybe roll motor over and do a compression check
And yes, battery is probably shot.

Best of luck.
 
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