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    Default new c109r

    Hi new bike 1700ks in three days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muzz View Post
    Hi new bike 1700ks in three days
    on the new bike! and .

    I enjoy my C109 a lot but haven't taken a long ride yet.
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    I bought mine in April of 08 and love it. I just spend more time on my 07 Warrior since my wife bought a Meanstreak.
    2008 Maroon-C109 - SOLD! Looking for a M109 to buy!

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    Smile Its nice to be here!!!

    Hi,
    I'm the proud owner of a new 2008 C109RT, navy blue and off white. What an incredible ride!!! Everyone who sees it comments on the rear tire...lol...and then the tank!!! Getting ready for a trip to Nova Scotia(I'm in Newfoundland) for a week or so with the mississ. Picked it up in Port Williams Nova Scotia mid March 09. Thanks to Kirk and the boys at Valley Yamaha Suzuki.
    I would like to find a tow bar so I can tow a small trailer. I have not been able to source one anywhere. can any one help me. You can reply here or call me toll fee at 1-877-634-5152. I own a second hand store in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada. Why not stop by and have a look. There you can learn a lot about what I do and who I am.
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    to the forum!
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    way to go rod

    keep it upright
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    Default Another C rider

    Hey all ive had my C109r since march this year. I had a customised vtx1800 until a nimrod failed to see the stop sign and me heading home from work....
    Anyway i hit him in the rear wheel and he killed the vtx, i knocked the diff out of his car, and he knocked me out..
    After a concussion and a few days in hospital my insurance bought me a new C109r.. ended up buying it at the local Suzi dealer in Maryborough for $16950 (Australian $) on road... way cheaper than i could negotiate from any place in Brisvegas
    Got a few thousand k's on it now and im enjoying it alot. Lots of fun in the traffic, but a bit heavy in the front in the carparks

    .......By the way, thanks for the invite Moose, and great coffee
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    to the forum! I'm glad you found us. You'll find a lot of info and great folks here.

    I'm glad the accident wans't more serious.

    Any mods planned for your C, yet?
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    on the new bike. Sorry about the old one. to the forum.

    Sounds like you were lucky the accident wasn't more serious.
    Maroon C109R
    Suzuki Sissy Bar, Saddlebags, and Lightbar, Memphis Fats Windshield and lowers, JSD-3M TRE, Kury ISO Grips, ISO-Pegs for Passenger, and Highway Bars (Longhorn Offset Mount), GBushing, Cobra Fatty Bars, Drilled Baffles in stock pipes, Corbin seat and Driver Backrest

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    Default Another new C109r owner!

    Greetings all. Just upgraded from an M50 to a new 2008 C109r. Wow! I like it!



    Anyone else here in Oregon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace4aday View Post
    Greetings all. Just upgraded from an M50 to a new 2008 C109r. Wow! I like it!

    Anyone else here in Oregon?
    to the forum and on your new ride. I too came from an M50 and could not believe the difference between the two.
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace4aday View Post
    Greetings all. Just upgraded from an M50 to a new 2008 C109r. Wow! I like it!

    Anyone else here in Oregon?
    to the forum and I hope you enjoy the new bike. I sure enjoy mine!

    I was thinking that your bike looks awfully familiar .
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawr1000 View Post
    I was thinking that your bike looks awfully familiar .
    lol. There is some similarity, isn't there? Except mine is kind of...um...naked. Guess I need some additions. Only made it to removing the tank stickers so far.

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    Default Newbie

    Hey guys, o.k., first post so be gentle, recently found your forum and thought I would join.
    I'm Steve and I'm from the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia, I see there are a few Aussies on here.
    I'll try to upload a piccie of my ride, it's an 08 C109R, since the photo was taken have added a tank bra and a set of Saddleman bags.
    A great bike IMO.

    P.S.
    I seem to have double posted somehow, download speed a little slow, sorry guys
    Last edited by Steve07; 07-27-2009 at 07:35 PM. Reason: double post

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    Steve. Glad you found us. I'm sure you'll like the site and all the ideas you can get from it.
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    welcom steve. We don't mind the Ausies on this site.
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    AKA Big King Daddy $hi+

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    Default Saying Hello

    Joined the group back in June when I traded in my '04 Intruder Volusia for a new 08 C109R. I'm in the process of turning her into a C109R/T.

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    Hey Guys, my name is Steve, I'm from Australia, Looks like I'm not the only aussie on this site.
    Recently purchased my C109R and have put about 3500 klms on it in the last couple of months, brilliant bike, I love it.
    Have fitted factory light bar, sissy bar , tank bib & a set of Saddleman bags (not shown in attached photo), also had the pipes debaffled.

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    Steve! Already started on the mods, eh? That's the spirit!
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Greetings to All,

    Just joined yesterday, and picking up my C109RT tomorrow. This is the first new bike I have had in 35 yrs. of riding, so I am as happy as a kid in a candy store.

    Also have viewed alot of helpful posts. Alot of information here. Great website. Hopefully I can contribute in the future.

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    De-badged '08 C109R featuring: GMan Industries Bully, Stealth Intakes, TRE, GBushing, GBat, and Riser Extender; Kuryakyn ISO Grips w/ThrottleBoss and Longhorn Offset Dually Highway Pegs; Cobra Light Bar and Fatty Freeway Bars; Suzuki Passenger Floorboards and Backrest; Ultimate Seats; and Auburn Leather Company Ultimate Legend Saddlebags mounted on Edge Saddlebag Brackets

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    MajorTom

    How do you like your new toy, er...I mean "mode of transportation that gets good gas mileage".

    Any thoughts? Anything change since your last ride?
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    keep it upright dude
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    Hello all;

    I just bought a C109RT about 2 weeks ago.

    The Blue, and white, with some red pinstriping.

    Located near Harrisburg, PA (town is named Steelton)

    Added Cobra Passenger floorboards, and a luggage rack.

    Currently looking for a trailer hitch for on it. I have a 1 wheel trailer that was used on my old bike, but that was a kawi, so of course the hitch won't match anything.

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    Just wanted to say hi, I have a 2008 C109Rt, I love it, I'm a fairly small woman. and this bike balances great, I have 11000 miles on it, and so far no problems, I put on a mustang seat with drivers backrest that has made a big difference, as I was getting neck and shoulder pain, I still would like to get some handelbar risers. as soon as I can figure out how I will post a picture of my bike, its the blue and white color.
    Last edited by bikerbuddy; 08-04-2009 at 11:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichaya View Post
    Hello all;

    I just bought a C109RT about 2 weeks ago.

    The Blue, and white, with some red pinstriping.

    Located near Harrisburg, PA (town is named Steelton)

    Added Cobra Passenger floorboards, and a luggage rack.

    Currently looking for a trailer hitch for on it. I have a 1 wheel trailer that was used on my old bike, but that was a kawi, so of course the hitch won't match anything.
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    The backrest made a huge difference for me as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by bikerbuddy View Post
    Just wanted to say hi, I have a 2008 C109Rt, I love it, I'm a fairly small woman. and this bike balances great, I have 11000 miles on it, and so far no problems, I put on a mustang seat with drivers backrest that has made a big difference, as I was getting neck and shoulder pain, I still would like to get some handelbar risers. as soon as I can figure out how I will post a picture of my bike, its the blue and white color.
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichaya View Post
    Hello all;

    I just bought a C109RT about 2 weeks ago.

    The Blue, and white, with some red pinstriping.

    Located near Harrisburg, PA (town is named Steelton)

    Added Cobra Passenger floorboards, and a luggage rack.

    Currently looking for a trailer hitch for on it. I have a 1 wheel trailer that was used on my old bike, but that was a kawi, so of course the hitch won't match anything.
    to the forum!

    There are a few folks that have trailer hitches but I believe they are all custom made. As far as I know nobody makes a hitch you can buy without modification.
    Maroon C109R
    Suzuki Sissy Bar, Saddlebags, and Lightbar, Memphis Fats Windshield and lowers, JSD-3M TRE, Kury ISO Grips, ISO-Pegs for Passenger, and Highway Bars (Longhorn Offset Mount), GBushing, Cobra Fatty Bars, Drilled Baffles in stock pipes, Corbin seat and Driver Backrest

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