Soooooooo many of my "Other" riding buddies have figured that out....from behind :joke: :doorag:Lamonster said:I like this
The new 109-cubic-inch (1783cc) engine features the largest bore of any street legal, gasoline powered engine on the planet – bike or automobile. The look of this bike says “get the h--- out of my way.”
Well said well spoken..Motorpsycho said::#1: :hot: Just got mine (red) 2 months and 1,300 miles ago. Had my eye on it when it first came out. Read articles til my eyes burned because I wanted a great cruiser. Naturally, nobody wants to let you drive the thing i.e. '"Not serviced yet" or "we don't have a demo ride program" .... soooo ... I had to take peoples printed opinion for what the bike would be. THIS VERY SITE WAS A HUGE FACTOR IN MY DECISION ... so thanks much!
Thanks :bigthumbsup:cbxer55 said:Oversquare means the dimension of the piston diameter is bigger than the stroke dimension.
It is a big piston on a short stroke. That is why the M109R revs higher than most other V-twins.
Undersquare is a slim piston with a long stroke.
Square is when the dimensions are equal.
Harleys have a smaller piston and a longer stroke.
Longer stroke makes more low end torque.
Shorter stroke needs to rev to make more power.
Hope you are not confused? :dontknow:
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