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\r\n Good morning fellow 9 riders. I have a question that may or may not already be answered somewhere in these forums. If it is, please link the thread and I\'ll go read it, I just can\'t spend any more time this morning searching threads (my boss really wants to pay me to work, not read forum threads, lol).
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\nSo i recently traded in my \'06 m109 for a new \'19 m109. I loved my \'06 but it had developed a miss that I just wasn\'t willing to spend any more money on trying to track down. So here\'s my question, can anyone point me in the direction of a somewhat simple list of differences between the various year models? I\'m looking for aftermarket parts for my new one but there is very little that shows as compatible with the \'19. It appears that \'08 through \'14 were virtually the same and parts were interchangeable. Then \'15 to \'18 seems the same but \'19 is very limited.
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    \r\n Far as I know, the early years, when you changed exhaust, you could simply pull a wire out of the ecm and not have to worry about the check engine light. The newer models, you can\'t do this. I believe 06 was the only year that had a large hole on the bottom of the stock intake. After that, the hole got WAY smaller and has an elbow attached to it. All a moot point since most of us toss the stock intake in the circular file anyways. Was it 2010, when Suzuki started putting the tach in the bucket? I prefer the tach on the risers myself. So there\'s no way I trade mine for a newer one. I\'ll fix whatever happens to it before buying one with a hidden tach. The long bare naked risers look kind of long and skimpy (whimpy) IMHO. Even worse when you put two inch over risers on. Reason I have one inch drop risers on mine.
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    \nAt some point, Suzuki installed o2 sensors in the exhaust. My 06 doesn\'t have them. I\'m glad of that. Made the changing exhaust a lot easier. Think maybe it was 08 when they started putting them in. Not sure. My 08 B-King has them.
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    At some point, Suzuki installed o2 sensors in the exhaust. My 06 doesn\'t have them. I\'m glad of that. Made the changing exhaust a lot easier. Think maybe it was 08 when they started putting them in. Not sure. My 08 B-King has them.
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    No O2 sensors in any North American M109R ........2006 - 2019, none have them.
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    \nBiggest change worth talking about between model years would be the upgraded clutch, which was done in 2010 and newer models I believe.
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    \nThere are a few more changes made between the model years but nothing really significant.
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    \nOne other I can think of it the newer bikes have 5 spoke rims and the older bikes have 6 spoke rims.
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    \nThere are also changes in the ECU map layout in different model years.
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    No O2 sensors in any North American M109R ........2006 - 2019, none have them.
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    \nBiggest change worth talking about between model years would be the upgraded clutch, which was done in 2010 and newer models I believe.
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    \nOne other I can think of it the newer bikes have 5 spoke rims and the older bikes have 6 spoke rims.
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    So far all the 9er\'s I have talked with in California say they do not have O2 sensors either.
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      Good morning fellow 9 riders. I have a question that may or may not already be answered somewhere in these forums. If it is, please link the thread and I'll go read it, I just can't spend any more time this morning searching threads (my boss really wants to pay me to work, not read forum threads, lol).

      So i recently traded in my '06 m109 for a new '19 m109. I loved my '06 but it had developed a miss that I just wasn't willing to spend any more money on trying to track down. So here's my question, can anyone point me in the direction of a somewhat simple list of differences between the various year models? I'm looking for aftermarket parts for my new one but there is very little that shows as compatible with the '19. It appears that '08 through '14 were virtually the same and parts were interchangeable. Then '15 to '18 seems the same but '19 is very limited.

      Looking for some help and/or advice from y'all who have more experience than I with these awesome machines we call our nines.
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