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Hey guys!

Thank you for this very educative forum! I’ve been reading it for hours and hours :)

Just bought 2008 M1800R or M109R as most of you know it. She has 23k kms or 14k miles on the ”clock”
She is allmost stock, has drilled exhaust and K&N’s are on the way. Time for dyno and tuning is scheduled. Will tune OEM ecu.

-WilleK
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Congratulations on your new M1800, and welcome to the forum!
 
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Welcome to the forum. 🙋‍♂️

That's a beautiful bike and you live in a beautiful country too. I bet there's a lot of great areas to ride there.
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome!

Finland is indeed very beautiful country, especially if one appreciates nature. It is also called ”the land of 1000 lakes” because we have thousands of little lakes. 75% of our surface area is actually forrest. Thats about 10% of whole EU’s forrest surface. Finlands population is only 5,5M.

Maybe thats enough geography for now :D

Just took bike home from dyno. The ride was so smooth compared to factory tuning. It was quite nervous and hasty before. Definitely worth the money, all day long!

I installed the K&N’s and changed motor and rear oils before tuning. Tuning was done with OEM ecu and purpose was not to gain max hp, only to smooth things out which worked just like I was hoping for.
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The torque is just like turbo diesel motors 😂

-WilleK
 
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