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    Wondering if anyone has tried setting a 0-60 time on their RT, with the bags, barn door and all? Can you get to 60 in first gear?

    The 0-60 Bible lists the M109 as 3.5 seconds, and the C90T as 4.4 seconds, so I'm guessing a C109RT in full touring garb could get just under 4.0 seconds, but I haven't tried it yet.

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    I would assume those times are on stock bikes? No aftermarket accessories added... weight makes a huge difference on times
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    I have never given much thought about 0-60 times. Those numbers are so dependent on the rider/driver that it is hard for them to be accurate.
    But on a side note, my newest scoot has a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds. It is extremely fast, but I find it hard to be able to launch with that much accuracy and record the times. BTW, it is a 2nd generation Vmax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacklightning View Post
    I have never given much thought about 0-60 times. Those numbers are so dependent on the rider/driver that it is hard for them to be accurate.
    But on a side note, my newest scoot has a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds. It is extremely fast, but I find it hard to be able to launch with that much accuracy and record the times. BTW, it is a 2nd generation Vmax.
    Holy chit! Dats quick! My BIL has a C109. We're going to swap bikes one of these days and see what each other thinks. They're certainly more "comphy" looking!

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