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:dontknow:Hei guys, I recently replaced my M90 to a new M109 (can't wait to get my hands on!!:drool::drool::drool:) and was thinking in swapping the GiPro to the M109. Noooooo way the stealer will get my extra stuff. Are they comparable? Does it make any sense to install on the new bike?
It helped the M90 specially on lower speeds. I could not ride thru the street on my subdivision without jerks on second speed. It made the bike a little more smoooooooth.
The GiPro really solved the problem.
If you guys do not recommend I'll try to pass to one of the M90 buddies at a much lower cost.
I welcome any other suggestions.
Take care. H
 

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Yes it makes a difference. But I just installed a FI2000R and it made it even better. I was thinking of adding it to the bang for the bucks mod link.
 

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Hink has lots of info on his sig. You should use it. Both the GiPro and the Cobra are very user friendly and do not need a computer to tune. And both make the bike much more controlable and powerful in the lower gears.
 

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Since the M109R and the M90 use the same GiPro part number GPDS-S01
I would say yes it work.
if you look on there website it says to use the S02
but the s02 is the same for the m90 and m109 so u are fine

http://www.gi-pro.net/en/index.htm

GIPRO-S01
GSX-R600 (2001-2009), GSX-R750 (1998-2009), GSX-R1000 (2001-2009),
GSX1400 (2001-2009), SV1000 (2003-2009), TL1000R/S (1998-2003), B-King (2008-2009)
also fits Cagiva Navigator (2000-2006), Cagiva Raptor 1000 (2000-2006)

GIPRO-S02
GSX1300R Hayabusa (1999-2009), DL1000 V-Strom (2002-2009),
GSF650 Bandit (2007-2009), GSF1250 Bandit (2007-2009),
Boulevard C109R/T (2008-2009), M90 (2009), M109R (2006-2009), M109R2 (2008-2009),
Intruder C1800R (2008-2009), M1500 (2009), M1800R / VZR1800 (2006-2009), M1800R2 (2009-2009)
also fits Kawasaki KLV1000 (2004-2006)
 

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HM109 already has one from his M90, he just was asking if that one would work on his brand spanking new M109.
Still waiting for the delivery...:drool::drool::drool:
Gives me some time to remove my "extras" from the bike.
 

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:dontknow:Hei guys, I recently replaced my M90 to a new M109 (can't wait to get my hands on!!:drool::drool::drool:) and was thinking in swapping the GiPro to the M109. Noooooo way the stealer will get my extra stuff. Are they comparable? Does it make any sense to install on the new bike?
It helped the M90 specially on lower speeds. I could not ride thru the street on my subdivision without jerks on second speed. It made the bike a little more smoooooooth.
The GiPro really solved the problem.
If you guys do not recommend I'll try to pass to one of the M90 buddies at a much lower cost.
I welcome any other suggestions.
Take care. H
HM109 already has one from his M90, he just was asking if that one would work on his brand spanking new M109.
I took that as if he was asking if it would do the same for the M109.:dontknow:
 
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