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    Can anyone recommend a place in the Tri State area to Get the M109r serviced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newyorkguy View Post
    Can anyone recommend a place in the Tri State area to Get the M109r serviced?
    I had the dealership do some work before I left with it, but find good local tuner and see if he has 109 experience... Many do you wont know it!

    Took me while but asking at Dice Runs and bike rallys in your area will often get you some good referrals!
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    PM Andy, some9 as he is in the Bronx.
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    Thanks Guys!

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    Got some plugs and fuel filter from Andy. Runs bad ass again. I guess they should have been done before 32000 miles.

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    I've had to change the damn fuel filter three times in the 14 years and 36,000 miles I've had this bike. Changed the plugs for the first time in 2018 at around 30,000. They old ones looked good, looked like they could go another 30,000 easy, and I couldn't tell a difference riding it. Fuel filter, yeah. Had all the typical symptoms of a bad fuel filter and changing it fixed it right up. Plugs, Nay. Couldn't feel a thing. Felt the same as before I changed them.
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