I haven't ridden a 2010 but if you are down to the last 10mm of travel on the front forks it means that you have pretty much run out of travel. Standard forks have bump stops in them so they don't go the whole way down and break the suspension over hard bumps.
You mention that the bike is running wide on corner exit, so presumably when hard on the throttle? Also, is the front heavily loaded in the corners with the run wide issue?
Also you mention that you added rebound on the rear to try to fix the problem. Did it help much?
First thing I would do, as a test, is add 2 lines of preload on the front to try stop it from bottoming and see if that makes it feel better.
If you can't get it to stop bottoming with the springs you have then perhaps you have too light springs, or else too much weight over the front (due to having the rear eccentric flipped).
Not saying this will solve your issue, but may help to find the right direction to go in. Hope this helps.
Last edited by Piper; 11-15-2012 at 02:36 AM.