Straight line, moderate road = 109koekies said:Does anyone know how the 109 performs against the warrior?
Great answer! :bigthumbsup: :bigthumbsup: They are both great bikes. To each, his own.SLOPOKE said:stock on stock, no contest, the m109 will win in a straight line. in the curves, the m109 will have to give it up for the warrior. if it is a modded Warrior Vs stock 109, watch out(but who rides around stock anyway!!)
in an 1/8 mile drag, with both modded bikes, Warrior i believe will win. have only seen a couple of folks on this forum get under 8 sec 1/8ths, and a basically stock warrior with right rider will achieve under 8's continiously. (mine 7.42 1/8-not stock-and i am not skinny) 1/4 drags i would say all of it goes to the M109.
basically it boils down to type of race, drag or thru traffic, twisties etc. both bikes have there weak points and both have there strong points, both bikes are awsome in their own right.
You'll still have him after he does that as well. He won't be as far behind, but he will still be behind.FatmotherM109 said:My bud is doing the power commander, pipes and air box so I'll let you know if he's gained any ground in the straight line acceleration.
Yes i do have a little money into the bike.But dont we allBlkM109r said:Looks mighty custom to me. Is that a factory option or several thousands of dollars added to a stock warrior?. To each his own. Getting bored of the vs. threads, surely there is something more constructive to talk about