2021 M109R - Guess we don't see the 2000cc upgrade we all hoped for?
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    Default 2021 M109R - Guess we don't see the 2000cc upgrade we all hoped for?

    Don't get me wrong, the new Candy Daring Red looks delish.. but it still looks like 2021 model won't see much changes.. unless someone knows something I don't see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winner View Post
    Don't get me wrong, the new Candy Daring Red looks delish.. but it still looks like 2021 model won't see much changes.. unless someone knows something I don't see.
    There haven't been any real fundamental changes through out the model years especially since 2012 MY
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdr767 View Post
    There haven't been any real fundamental changes through out the model years especially since 2012 MY
    The change that you mention, actually took place in 2011 in the US.

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    My 2007 LE had less plastic than my 2006. Both had the clutch shudder .

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacklightning View Post
    The change that you mention, actually took place in 2011 in the US.
    Exactly,
    I just want to mention, that in Canada that model with 6 plate clutch, new tach with gear position was
    built in the nacelle, plus 5 spoke wheels was introduced already in 2010. Iknow, I lived there at that time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevili View Post
    Exactly,
    I just want to mention, that in Canada that model with 6 plate clutch, new tach with gear position was
    built in the nacelle, plus 5 spoke wheels was introduced already in 2010. Iknow, I lived there at that time....
    I found out from a couple of reliable sources that the 6 spoke rims were a better quality. The stock rims looked fine, but if they were to be polished or chromed, there were small imperfections that could not buff out as good on the later 5 spoke rims. I had a 2013 and sold the 5 spoke rims. Then I found some 6 spoke rims and had them polished by Josh. They came out great. The shifting was definitely better on my 13 than it was on my 06, 07, and 08. I also liked the gear indicator.

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