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    So, heres pics of my Clydesdales from yesterday, staged and ready for their road trip to SA. My Bentley aka Honda Rune was relaxing in the shaded garage at the time, and missed the photo shoot in the sun. Click image for larger version.

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    I'd love to have a Rune

    So jealous. What do you think of it riding wise compared to the 9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    I'd love to have a Rune

    So jealous. What do you think of it riding wise compared to the 9?
    I love the Rune FC, and I believe you would as well, if you ever get an opportunity to ride one. The power and acceleration is more gradual and smooth, yet it still packs a punch and can reach top speed relatively quick as effortlessly. Its just not as tourqey as the M109R. Its obviously a BIG bike, but it handles extremely well through twisties, curves, and all sorts of riding conditions. The bike actually feels quite nimble during operation and maneuvering. Compared to my 9s and any other bike Ive ever owned, the Rune is like a high-end, powerful luxury sedan...Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Jaguar, etc... Its also my wifes favorite bike to ride on as a passenger.

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    Hey Judah.
    So I'm already fascinated by your camera-mirror setup, but what is this for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSetFine View Post
    Hey Judah.
    So I'm already fascinated by your camera-mirror setup, but what is this for?
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    I’m flattered that you like my camera setup NSF. The item you are referring to on my Speedo Cover is my Gear Indicator. It works in conjunction with my TRE, but it also works independently from the TRE, if you change the operation setting on the backside of the Gear Indicator to make it do so. Since I just had the ECU FLASH done on that bike last Monday, I will be changing the operation setting on the back of the Gear Indicator once all my bikes get delivered to San Antonio on Tuesday 3/26/19, because you can’t run the TRE in conjunction with a Flashed ECU. However, the Gear Indicator can still be used with a Flashed ECU, which is what I will be doing.
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