Yes, they do.
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Yes, they do.
Looking at the schematics of both, the brackets are different as are the part numbers. So itís highly unlikely they are compatible.
Unfortunately, no one makes one for the M90 and the M109R taillight will not fit the M90.
I'm pretty sure the rear calipers are the same on both bikes.
I didnít get the impression he was trying to embarrass anyone, just pointing out what you shouldnít be doing.
Nowadays I now mainly post to answer mod questions or help out with bike issues. It appears to me that new M90 owners will join the site to ask a question and then you never hear from them again...
The shake you are describing sounds to me like you are shifting too soon and operating the bike in too high of a gear placing too much load on the motor, otherwise known as lugging. You wouldn't...
I have the Dunlop E3 240/40R18
To avoid any further confusion, the bearing spacer is Part 3 on the schematic below.
It's Part Number 3 on the schematic for the M109R rear wheel.
You are correct. All you would need to do is purchase the M109R bearing spacer, everything else from your M90 rim can be reused.
That is a common issue and nothing to be concerned about. Happened to me the first day I bought my bike new and still happens from time to time to this day.
When you try shifting to first gear...
I was among the first M90 owners here to do the M109R rear rim swap and have answered countless questions about what is needed to do it. I do not recall ever having read anyone saying you need to...
I don't know where you read that, but that's not true.
Also, he is looking to buy the rim, tire, etc needed for the swap and asked if anyone had them for sale...not what is needed.
Glad to hear you were able to get it all sorted out. The Irwin Power-Grips are definitely life savers! I bought a set when I stripped a bolt head while working on my wife's car...bolt came out no...
Are you having issues with the bolt on the left? If my memory serves me correctly, I believe you have to get a wrench behind the bracket to secure the nut then use a socket wrench to remove the bolt....
The exhausts will fit any year M90. If you have an O2 sensor on your bike, just get yourself an O2 sensor eliminator and you'll be set.
Your options are limited to either Cobra or a Hard Krome 2-in-1 Sideburner. Hard Krome discontinued making them for the M90, but you might be able to find one online.
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They are crush gaskets, so it will not matter how many miles are on the bike. Some guys have reused their old gaskets without any problems and others, like me, had exhaust leaks. The point I was...
All you'll need is a socket set, a standard screwdriver and a 6mm T-handle hex key (pick up a set if you don't already have one because they come in handy for other projects) to get at the header...
General rule of thumb is when you change both your pipe and intakes you would need some type of fuel management. If all you are doing is adding a new exhaust then you do not necessarily need one.
When I purchased my Cobra Speedsters, the best price I found was on eBay.
This seller has Cobra Swepts for $528.39 with free shipping
It is just there for the plastic.
I know there were a few people that had done the swap that ended up with the rear wheel being off-centered, but mine is centered with equal amounts on both sides of the fender. If you are able to...
How you were able to squeeze a 260 in without the tire rubbing on the driveshaft? Are the spacers you added spreading out the swing arm to accommodate for the size?
The axle spacers on both bikes are the same...it's the bearing spacer that is different, so it makes sense why you had to add a 6mm spacer if you reused the M90 rear bearing spacer.