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    Looks good. I have worked on many 109...

    Looks good. I have worked on many 109 customer's bikes that had the bra. When I removed them, almost every one seems to have abrasions where the bra line is on the tank. Dirt/dust get down in...
  2. LOL, no worries. If you get some private...

    LOL, no worries. If you get some private messages to work on a bike...you are obligated to do it. ahaha

    Lets stay in touch. My wife and I are down that way alot and we can hook up and ride. I...
  3. LOL, you would have seen it on Facebook. I...

    LOL, you would have seen it on Facebook.

    I went with the Cross Country Tour. Got a steal on it 2 years ago. It was a 2013 with 11 miles on it so couldn't pass it up. Then I had all the...
  4. Welcome from another "BigPapa" from Maryland as...

    Welcome from another "BigPapa" from Maryland as well :D
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    This^ Bought Bikergranny one last year and she...

    This^

    Bought Bikergranny one last year and she said is the best she has ever run. Better than the HID for sure and we were running a Morimoto 55w HID in the bike.
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    Doing good. She had ankle surgery in November. ...

    Doing good. She had ankle surgery in November. Hopefully this is her last surgery and she will be healthy to enjoy some long rides. She should be ready in about 3-4 weeks to start riding.
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    Hey Villiam, haven't spoken to you in a...

    Hey Villiam, haven't spoken to you in a while...hope all is well. Yep, I did hers around 24-28k and they were shot. The harder ones now have that same mileage on them and are about 3/4 worn down. ...
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    Just finished the wife's and that is how I did...

    Just finished the wife's and that is how I did it. Her lower rears (softer) were shot. Her uppers were in reasonable shape as I suspected they might be. She has 52k miles on those. The fronts were...
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    Nope. Need a big wrench for the nut. Then the...

    Nope. Need a big wrench for the nut. Then the axle tool for the hub. Best and easiest way to do it is get everything loose first. Undo the brake calipers bolts and remove the caliper from the...
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    I just did all 6 on Bikergranny's bike. at 52k...

    I just did all 6 on Bikergranny's bike. at 52k miles, she was definitely due as we felt a vibration. It really wasn't that hard to do, although I have had motors out of these bikes so wasn't...
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    I had to do a frame swap on a bike due to the...

    I had to do a frame swap on a bike due to the forks being a problem after a wreck. Bestway to do this is to measure from the center of the rear axle to the center of the front axle...known as wheel...
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    Agreed.

    Agreed.
  13. Thread: cush drive

    by BigpapaM109
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    Are you referring to the "dust seal" that sits on...

    Are you referring to the "dust seal" that sits on top of the bearing? If so, they are sealed bearings and you really don't need it on there. I was out one day and my 109 started acting really crazy...
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    Your a good man BCS. Even if the fuel maps are...

    Your a good man BCS. Even if the fuel maps are modified or not, as long as he has the auto tune on he would be fine. However, yes... if they are modified and simply a pc5, that would/could be a...
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    You are correct BCS. I didn't break it down for...

    You are correct BCS. I didn't break it down for him. I was basically just saying that he doesn't need a reflash as that has been done. The auto tune will tweak as necessary. The pc5 is worthless...
  16. Good find. I am sure that as the stock is up and...

    Good find. I am sure that as the stock is up and everyone starts buying them the price will have to drop down to around that for most sellers.
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    Did this to Bikergranny's last year. 7k miles of...

    Did this to Bikergranny's last year. 7k miles of the best clutch setup she has ever had. She has Rhumatoid Arthritis and she has been having hand issues with the older setup. Since changing she...
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    Normally it will be noticeable. Even if there is...

    Normally it will be noticeable. Even if there is no additional power, it is night and day difference on how smooth the bike will run. You lose a lot of the twitchiness from the throttle as well. ...
  19. Yep. The cobras are a lot cheaper and Mary...

    Yep. The cobras are a lot cheaper and Mary absolutely loves them. Just curious to see how many miles we get out of them before seeing what to do but I am not playing those prices for the E4.
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    Curious to why you are doing both? Normally, ecu...

    Curious to why you are doing both? Normally, ecu flashing is to avoid stand alone tuners. IF you already had it flashed, I would have found someone that could tune it on a dyno through the ecu,...
  21. I have E4's on my Victory, front and rear. Far...

    I have E4's on my Victory, front and rear. Far far better then the stock E3's that it came with. Great traction, handles awesome in the rain and dry, and at 5k miles they look brand new. Put Avons...
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    You are simply enabling them. They probably...

    You are simply enabling them. They probably bought them for a few bucks each and are making money no matter what you do. Make them take it back and pay return shipping or do the ebay complaint to...
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    There is a trade off for comfort and lowering the...

    There is a trade off for comfort and lowering the bike. The softer you make the preload, the lower the bike is. However, you are talking maybe 1/2" at the most. I measured mine and that is what it...
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    You're welcome. Trod has the adjustable one and...

    You're welcome. Trod has the adjustable one and really liked it. Just took a couple minutes to dial it in and change as necessary. At the time, my shock was like $450 and the adjustable was over...
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    I ran the old Arnott and then the progressive 465...

    I ran the old Arnott and then the progressive 465 and ridden the wife's 109 with the new Arnott.

    The old Arnott was the best feeling of the 3 as I could dial in the dampening. But, it was a pain...
  26. Thread: New rims

    by BigpapaM109
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    Did you put the cush bushings and the cush drive...

    Did you put the cush bushings and the cush drive in yourself? If you don't get the cush drive fully down, it will cause that.
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    Definitely smart to build that in to it. ...

    Definitely smart to build that in to it. However, I am staying away from it. I have the tour, so it isn't a big deal in terms of slamming it. I just want the comfort.
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    I have a friend running that air ride and speaks...

    I have a friend running that air ride and speaks highly of it. I am aso going Penske when my current shock is done or I am done with it...which ever comes first. LOL I don't want any air ride...
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    I am going to say that you have one of a couple...

    I am going to say that you have one of a couple issues here.

    First, you have a clutch cable that could be starting to break. It will slowly stretch as it breaks. As it does that it basically...
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    I have done probably around 50 M109 clutches over...

    I have done probably around 50 M109 clutches over the years and BCS is pretty spot on. When you pull your plates apart, are they completely dry? Some stick together from small amounts of oil within...
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