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    Default Fully chromed M109R

    Here is TV shot of Fully chromed bike M109R Bouleward:
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeSPrrX_0MA[/ame]

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    Nice bike but i wouldn't want to spend more time polishing than riding

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    overkill.

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    looks great! it would be nice to clean you bike with windex.
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    Nice, But damn I wonder how much heavier the bike is..
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    Great idea for the idiot lights
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Ride View Post
    Nice, But damn I wonder how much heavier the bike is..
    i wondered that too, but after seeing that other thread on spray chrome anything is possible.
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    Just a little bit too much chrome, but it still looks good

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    No that ain't cutten it! IMO I love chrome, but thats a no can't do it.
    Owner of The Rarest M109R, THE 2006 Burple. THE ONE Suzuki Promised, TO NEVER make again!! Do to IT BEING, JUST to FAST for the General PUBLIC!

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    Man that's wild. Better have some good shades on a sunny day.

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    life must be good in the Czech Republic
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    cool. not for me but CooL.

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    Ah, he missed a spot. The cylinders aren't chromed.

    Cool bike. Not quite something I would do either, but cool.






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    What did that guy say?

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    Not feeling it.......
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    Default rear wheels

    anyone knows who makes that setup for the rear wheels??


    The BIKE IS AWEZUEM!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by g9r View Post
    Man that's wild. Better have some good shades on a sunny day.

    or a welding mask....
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    I'm digging the chrome!!! Have no idea what the hell he said though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy33 View Post
    i wondered that too, but after seeing that other thread on spray chrome anything is possible.
    You can get chrome paint jobs now. They are rather expensive due to all the steps and applications involved just to get to that point.

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    I like the bike personally. Im not big on chrome but like how the bike came out. I would love it in candy green metalflake. The brake is a 360 degree brake. Call these guys. Chet Burozki 317-852-7867 or visit 360 Brake. looks cool i think.

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    Very cool, nice custom work, but perhaps a little too much of a good thing.

    Grey 08 gone to heaven/ 2010 Connie- my new ride!

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    Bin there, done that!
    eat drink, be fat and drunk!!!!

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    i like the all black look better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wudz View Post
    What did that guy say?
    In a few words

    "motorocaz chormiwwowmcaz hidshgkajshklecaz hgihgfihtirucaz khkihwpotnweoitcaz khashoasasgcaz jgkwhagkcaz khjlgqgjgqjgcaz jdfnjvvjffjgbocaz!
    jhnbbfgnrutqpnjdgcaz n bjfgfhcaz nkfnjegergcaz jdegnjkdfvszcaz m109caz hjgfjgbnjdffdlncazchromecaz motorocaz lnfkbfdgfgnjkcaz jikjbdjgnajgncaz"
    And closes with:
    "Nbjbqponmcvcaz jmnlkngnqeongcaz jdjbgkjbgejcaz hndfghdgnoidbfcaz handlebihhrgrtrncaz kidfggakjgncaz idgern[oidjgnbaudcaz ijh[oghqeb[ofd[acaz ndfg[agnoinjghafgcaz joidgoifgjohan[iaocaz windexcaz microrfibercaz longtimecaz jngjjgjafdgnjcaz tiredoftalkcaz and cleaancaz!"

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    ok all I understood was .

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    Quote Originally Posted by thumperbm View Post
    ok all I understood was .
    Okay, translating...
    "No time to ride, lots of chrome to polish!"

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    Ooo the sunburn would be crazy on that thing, one good summer day down here in AUS on this bike and I would end up looking like beef jerky

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    Default chrome prohibition

    Did you know guys, there are prohibition of more than 30% of chromed surface in Germany ?

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    Default My Eyes!!

    Chrome is great as an accent, but he's skidded waaay past overkill on this one.

    In Florida, you couldn't even ride the damn thing for long because you'd blind oncoming drivers.

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