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New around these parts, 1st time owner of one of these, coming directly from the Concourse 14, and the CBR1100XX previous to that, I think it’s time to move to something slower…:p
 

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Oh, it's definitely going to be slower than those two, but I think you'll like it anyway. It's plenty fast enough to get you into trouble. :)

Welcome to the forum too! 🙋‍♂️
 

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Welcome, and congratulations on your new M109!
 
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Welcome and enjoy the new feeling of low end torque.
 
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New around these parts, 1st time owner of one of these, coming directly from the Concourse 14, and the CBR1100XX previous to that, I think it’s time to move to something slower…:p
Welcome to this awesome group of bikers 😎. Yes the 9 is slower than both of those bikes but it has well enough power....for a person who thought a Vulcan 650 was enough power and (649cc p twin). The only reason I got rid of it was I got hit while riding and the amount of parts needed to get it fixed and the time frame to get all of the parts , I just sold it as is. Also going slower in a bigger bike is never a bad thing. Like going from a BMW M5 to a Dodge Hellcat. Have fun 😁
 
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