Unfortunately this would defeat much of the purpose of these big pistons. They made the pistons so large specifically so they could have the really short stroke, giving this engine the performance edge over the competitors.Ron S said:Wouldn't be that hard to do. The piston is already 4.4 inches across,just Leighton the stroke,and make the cylinders longer,presto! :bigthumbsup:
I heard that if you trade in your bike now they will give you the full price you paid for it so hurry up and run back down to your dealer before it's too late. :bigthumbsup:109 mania said:I've heard that in 2008 Suzuki plans to replace the M109R with a 2,000 cc motor Boulevard.Â Supposed to have close to 160 horses and 130 ft/lbs of torque.Â Don't know the cost yet but I'll be trading in my 2006 for the newer, bigger, better one.
Incorrect question...or rhetorical one. Last I looked, there is a 2000cc machine available now.Ron S said:This is America! Bigger is better,New Improved, Ect. How many of you would trade up to a 2000cc Machine if it was available next year? op: op:Â PS. While we are at it, ask Lamont why he likes his Boss Hogg?
Maybe but you may discover that his Boss Hoss is still in pieces since he found this new love called the M109.Ron S said:PS. While we are at it, ask Lamont why he likes his Boss Hogg?