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    Default C109 Riders-How Many

    How many C109R or C109RT owners do we have as members now?
    Here's mine.


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    Talking C109RT owner

    Quote Originally Posted by grandpatractor View Post
    How many C109R or C109RT owners do we have as members now?
    I've got a C109RT (no pics yet) and Scott Colucci just joined us a few days ago. That's at least 3! I say we're just about ready to take over this forum!

    After seeing your bike and Scott's, it may be awhile before I post any pics. I need to get some mods first...need to bring something to the table besides a stock bike.

    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
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    Hey nice bagger. Mooseman

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    Hi, I´m from Finland, Europe and I also have C109R

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdean1962 View Post
    I've got a C109RT (no pics yet) and Scott Colucci just joined us a few days ago. That's at least 3! I say we're just about ready to take over this forum!

    After seeing your bike and Scott's, it may be awhile before I post any pics. I need to get some mods first...need to bring something to the table besides a stock bike.

    Michael
    I have a few more mods I would like to do, like freeway bars and pegs and a set of pipes and then lower passenger floorboards.
    J.D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1800 View Post
    Hi, I´m from Finland, Europe and I also have C109R
    Welcome, It's nice to see some more C109's on the site.

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    Default nice bike

    hi just to let you know im around and love my bike and yes stock but am thinking of running some bullet lights under running boards this is a great site so much information. so yep feel free to hit me up for a chat

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    That is a sweet looking C109 there. Maybe you guys can get Lamont to make a C model section on the board, so you guys can share mods and ideas.

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    I ran across this the other day, you C109 guys might want to check into it.


    http://www.c109riders.com/


    Now don't come back and shoot me once you click on it.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom View Post
    I ran across this the other day, you C109 guys might want to check into it.


    http://www.c109riders.com/


    Now don't come back and shoot me once you click on it.

    Such the tease!
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    How about I give you guys your own board here?

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    Thumbs up C109 Board!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    How about I give you guys your own board here?
    Sounds like a great idea. I know it's seems a little odd, or even off-topic to have postings about a C109 on an M109 forum, but the old site (www.c109Riders.com) reverted us here.

    Is there no love for your more-comfortable, and not-quite-as-fast C109 riders?

    I'd still like to be able to post here, as I love checking out everyone's bikes.

    Thanks,
    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
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    Default C109ers'.....

    Yeah,.I have no problems either way,..I WAS looking for a dedicated C109 site but got invited here thru the M109ers..,..truth is,.there are no C109 sites yet and this is the closest we got to that genre of bike. I certainly dont mind seeing all these cool M's,.but,.a dedicated C site would obviously be better.

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    well lamonsters idea of a board for us seems to be the way forward, as im sure it will grow, and believe this site is the best on the net. most of the m109 stuff relates to us as well so I am well pleased.... and i dont know about you guys but my c109 is a lot faster than it should be and if I took my screen off would show a vrod my big tyre lol.
    anyhow I digress yep I would love our own place on here for sure.

    robert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    How about I give you guys your own board here?
    Cool!

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    welcome all im happy to have you guys on our board and now your board its going to be kinda cool to see how the c relates and varies in the topics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamonster View Post
    How about I give you guys your own board here?
    hook us up Lamonster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al View Post
    hook us up Lamonster!
    Al,
    He did!

    Check out https://www.m109riders.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=137


    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Awesome!! C109RT rider here from NC...

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    I think it's great that lamonster has added a "C109" section to the forum. I truly believe that you guys are "one of us" and belong here just the same! Congrats on the bikes and truthfully I look to own a C109R myself in the near future. Take care guys, ride safe.
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    I'm a C109rt Owner too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamm R View Post
    I'm a C109rt Owner too
    Hey Pamm,
    I see you found us! Awesome!
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Talking Me!

    I don't have any cool pics to show but thought I could at least include one with me. For better or worse, this will at least put a face to a name.

    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamm R View Post
    I'm a C109rt Owner too
    hi pam nice to see you now we are seven
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    Hi
    My Name is Andy (from Germany) and i drive a C109 in black (in Germany named INTRUDER C1800R) since Spring 2008.
    A.D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catpain View Post
    Hi
    My Name is Andy (from Germany) and i drive a C109 in black (in Germany named INTRUDER C1800R) since Spring 2008.
    A.D.
    Hey Andy,
    to our growing family! Where do you live in Germany? Or should I say, Wo kommen sie auf? Man, I hope I got that right! It's been 21 years since I've been in Germany, and I really couldn't speak (sprechen) the language then.

    Guten tag, meine freund. (Feel free to correct that spelling/grammar, etc)

    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Mike from Central Texas here. Got my c109r in November used (700 miles).

    My last bike was a 1997 Intruder 1400 which I sold in 1999. I haven't been riding in almost 10 years. I forgot how much fun motorcycles are!
    Maroon C109R
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawr1000 View Post
    Mike from Central Texas here. Got my c109r in November used (700 miles).

    My last bike was a 1997 Intruder 1400 which I sold in 1999. I haven't been riding in almost 10 years. I forgot how much fun motorcycles are!

    Hey Mike,
    and on your new ride. There are a bunch of great folks here and boatloads of info/experience/fellowship.


    Michael
    109 is a good number...but John 3:16 is the number!
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdean1962 View Post
    Hey Mike,
    and on your new ride. There are a bunch of great folks here and boatloads of info/experience/fellowship.


    Michael
    Ya I've been reading the board for the past month and I definately tell there is a lot of experience here.

    Thanks for the welcome!
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    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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