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    Default 2009 M109 with plenty of mods

    Iíve decided to sell my 09í to help get my garage built, I was hoping I wouldnít have to sell it but I also donít really need two 9ís

    Since I bought it, Iíve replaced the clutch pack with brand new OEM parts, the rear rotor and brake pads and new mirrors (old one stripped the threads)

    This bike runs and shifts great and is ready to ride

    Some of the aftermarket parts installed on it are:

    -air ride suspension
    -Aftermarket rims, with 160 front tire, 280 rear
    -VPR full length exhaust that was cut down to shorty length with a custom tip
    -custom one of a kind intake scoops
    -Cobra pro tuner
    -Fat forks covers
    -front fender
    -Handle bar risers
    -tach relocated to top of the handle bars
    -custom gauge faces
    -aftermarket gear indicator (older M109ís didnít have gear indicators from factory)
    -ISO grips
    -chip scoop
    -chrome swing arm covers
    -Down under rear caliper relocation bracket
    -chrome glo rear turn signals
    -chrome bezel around the taillight (discontinued part and hard to find now)

    Thereís probably a few things Iím missing, but itís a beautiful bike thatís ready to ride

    I live in Brookside, Newfoundland Canada

    Asking $9,000cdn obo












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    Very slick ride, Chrispy!
    I'll take the air intakes if you decide to part it out.




    ... bwaaahahahaha.
    Of course I'm kiddingggg


    On a serious note... I'm liking that intake look. Hard to tell from the pics, but I'm wondering if it was an original salad bowl you either molded/re-sculpted or added on to, to get that "F15" type rectangle front scoop look? Looks great, IMHO, very similar to a design I have had rolling around in my head but never seen on anyone's bike. Was it an experiment you just didn't choose for your 2nd one?
    GLWS!


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    Default 2009 M109 with plenty of mods

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSetFine View Post
    Very slick ride, Chrispy!
    I'll take the air intakes if you decide to part it out.




    ... bwaaahahahaha.
    Of course I'm kiddingggg


    On a serious note... I'm liking that intake look. Hard to tell from the pics, but I'm wondering if it was an original salad bowl you either molded/re-sculpted or added on to, to get that "F15" type rectangle front scoop look? Looks great, IMHO, very similar to a design I have had rolling around in my head but never seen on anyone's bike. Was it an experiment you just didn't choose for your 2nd one?
    GLWS!
    I bought the bike as you see it, I just fixed the mechanical issues with it.... but I had the right side off when I did the clutch and it looks like a modified stock salad bowl.... Iím tempted to put the stock bowls off my 18í onto this one just to keep the custom ones lol

    Hereís a better picture




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    Hey thanks for the closeups! Yes, it is more clear now - a very cleanly applied mod to replace/resculpt the existing bowl. Clever - it enlarges and customizes the intake without all the hassle of engineering a new venturi or mounting scheme.

    Gives me an idea of where I might go with mine!
    Thanks and good luck- bike looks great.
    -NSF


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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSetFine View Post
    Hey thanks for the closeups! Yes, it is more clear now - a very cleanly applied mod to replace/resculpt the existing bowl. Clever - it enlarges and customizes the intake without all the hassle of engineering a new venturi or mounting scheme.

    Gives me an idea of where I might go with mine!
    Thanks and good luck- bike looks great.
    -NSF
    Hereís one more of the right side with the scoop off when I did the clutch..... I donít have any pics of the inside of the scoop but it was really well done


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrispy View Post
    Iíve decided to sell my 09í to help get my garage built, I was hoping I wouldnít have to sell it but I also donít really need two 9ís

    Since I bought it, Iíve replaced the clutch pack with brand new OEM parts, the rear rotor and brake pads and new mirrors (old one stripped the threads)

    This bike runs and shifts great and is ready to ride

    Some of the aftermarket parts installed on it are:

    -air ride suspension
    -Aftermarket rims, with 160 front tire, 280 rear
    -VPR full length exhaust that was cut down to shorty length with a custom tip
    -custom one of a kind intake scoops
    -Cobra pro tuner
    -Fat forks covers
    -front fender
    -Handle bar risers
    -tach relocated to top of the handle bars
    -custom gauge faces
    -aftermarket gear indicator (older M109ís didnít have gear indicators from factory)
    -ISO grips
    -chip scoop
    -chrome swing arm covers
    -Down under rear caliper relocation bracket
    -chrome glo rear turn signals
    -chrome bezel around the taillight (discontinued part and hard to find now)

    Thereís probably a few things Iím missing, but itís a beautiful bike thatís ready to ride

    I live in Brookside, Newfoundland Canada

    Asking $9,000cdn obo











    may i ask who did the tech and speedo faces?


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    Papalobo, you can go to eBay and do a search on “custom faceplates for Suzuki M109R, and you should see a guy/company who has several designs/themes for sale, and makes any design/theme you would like. Be sure to select the faceplates for your year model M109R, as the newer models faceplates 2012 and up, are different from early 2006 to 2011 models. There’s also a company on eBay called Bad Boys Pro, who have a ton of faceplates to offer, and I believe you can have them make any design/theme you want.

    I hope this information helps you get want you’re looking for.
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    Papalobo - I bought the bike with all the mods done by a previous owner, a lot of time and money was put into this bike.... I only fixed the mechanical problems it had when I bought it

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