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    27 yr Retired U.S Army Veteran. Newly owner of a 2017 M109R. Previous owner of a 650 Ninja. Residing in Queens, NY. Admiring and researching the M109R for over 2 1/2 years I finally pulled the trigger and I will never regret it....lol holly smoke. It truly lives up to its name "The Beast". Having a great time enjoying my long over due gift to me..lol. My next journey is to be able to enjoy it with other fellow M109Rs and hoping to be a part of the Phat Boyz family oriented members. Be Good, be Safe, be Happy, God Bless.

    Chez.

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    First and foremost, thank you for your service. Now, congratulations on becoming an M109R owner, and welcome to the Forum.

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    to the forum and on the bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chez View Post
    27 yr Retired U.S Army Veteran. Newly owner of a 2017 M109R. Previous owner of a 650 Ninja. Residing in Queens, NY. Admiring and researching the M109R for over 2 1/2 years I finally pulled the trigger and I will never regret it....lol holly smoke. It truly lives up to its name "The Beast". Having a great time enjoying my long over due gift to me..lol. My next journey is to be able to enjoy it with other fellow M109Rs and hoping to be a part of the Phat Boyz family oriented members. Be Good, be Safe, be Happy, God Bless.

    Chez.
    Glad I’m not the only one to make the jump from the Ninja 650 to M109R! LOVE this motorcycle! Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service!

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    Anyone know if the led strip lights drain the battery while the bike is on display and glowing lights on?

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    They will drain the battery if the bike is not on and they are just running off the battery. Had them on the Ninja and installed a switch so I could make sure they were off. Only down side was if I walked away and someone knew where the switch was, they could turn the lights on and it would eventually kill the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chez View Post
    Anyone know if the led strip lights drain the battery while the bike is on display and glowing lights on?
    LED Strips without any sort of battery load protection device installed will definitely kill the battery. Below is a device that will insure the LEDs will not/cannot fully drain your battery, leaving you stranded somewhere. I have it on my 9s, and it works great. It will only allow the LEDs to drain the battery volts to a certain level before it cuts the circuit, allowing the battery time to build the volts back up to a level that will start the bike when you’re ready to ride.

    https://www.amazon.com/Galley-Power-...%2C236&sr=8-16

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    & to the Family! Thanks for your service! By the way.............Click image for larger version. 

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    Does anyone know what website I can go to for a Gen 5 knightrider tail end led light.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chez View Post
    Does anyone know what website I can go to for a Gen 5 knightrider tail end led light.?
    Gen 5.....here you go!

    https://www.revo-cycles.com/shop/rev...ght-rider-led/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chez View Post
    27 yr Retired U.S Army Veteran. Newly owner of a 2017 M109R. Previous owner of a 650 Ninja. Residing in Queens, NY. Admiring and researching the M109R for over 2 1/2 years I finally pulled the trigger and I will never regret it....lol holly smoke. It truly lives up to its name "The Beast". Having a great time enjoying my long over due gift to me..lol. My next journey is to be able to enjoy it with other fellow M109Rs and hoping to be a part of the Phat Boyz family oriented members. Be Good, be Safe, be Happy, God Bless.

    Chez.
    congrats and welcome.

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