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Finally decided to sell my bully, just not giving it the riding time it surely deserves since getting my other bike.
Bike is immaculate and in excellent condition, no issues with it at all.




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30,919 miles
Coastal Moto chrome Xtreme Turbo 18x10/280 rear and 18x3.5/160 front
Freedom Performance Combat 2 into 1 exhaust
Down Under rear brake kit
Polished stock rotors
Kuryakyn Air Intakes with K&N filters
iRate grill
Low & Mean chin scoop
Cobra PowrPro tuner
Arnott Air Ride with Fox Shock
Racetech 1.0 front springs
and a long list of more mods.
 

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Get it while still available! Spring is right around the corner. This blue beast is roaring to rip some roads 💪😎
 

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Hahaha, that’s awesome!
I’m having the same (but different) issues. See link to my old Fazer I replaced with my M109!
 

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Off the market. Had a buyer lined up but reality kicked in and I just can't part ways with this bike. Too many memorable rides and she still runs like a beast! I'll find ways to split riding time with two bikes.
Off the market. Had a buyer lined up but reality kicked in and I just can't part ways with this bike. Too many memorable rides and she still runs like a beast! I'll find ways to split riding time with two bikes.
Way to go Chilly!!! I'm elated to hear you had a "Come To Jesus" moment, regarding that beautiful M109R LE bike you have. This is one time in life when it's a very good thing to have cold feet. 😁 (y)(y)(y)🎆🎆🎆🏆🏆🏆🎆🎆🎆(y)(y)(y)😁 That bike is just too darned nice, and you've done too darn much to it to make it your own, to allow someone else to take ownership of it. You and that beautiful bike are synonymous with one another. I hope like heck I'm able to ride with you guys on the next meet, so I can finally meet you in person, and see your bike in real time.
 

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Way to go Chilly!!! I'm elated to hear you had a "Come To Jesus" moment, regarding that beautiful M109R LE bike you have. This is one time in life when it's a very good thing to have cold feet. 😁 (y)(y)(y)🎆🎆🎆🏆🏆🏆🎆🎆🎆(y)(y)(y)😁 That bike is just too darned nice, and you've done too darn much to it to make it your own, to allow someone else to take ownership of it. You and that beautiful bike are synonymous with one another. I hope like heck I'm able to ride with you guys on the next meet, so I can finally meet you in person, and see your bike in real time.
Yep I put a lot of heart and soul into my 9 and couldn't bear the thought of seeing it rolling away with a new owner.

We definitely got to meet up for a Texas style group ride!
 

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Yep I put a lot of heart and soul into my 9 and couldn't bear the thought of seeing it rolling away with a new owner.

We definitely got to meet up for a Texas style group ride!
I'm with you 100% Bro. Making a decision to let a bike go that you've put so much thought, time, effort, money, and creativity into is similar to the thought of allowing someone to take one of your children, knowing you will never see him/her ever again...and all of the things you've come to love about that child are suddenly ripped from your life. Just the thought of it is unbearable. As for meeting up with you one day Chilly, is something I very much look forward to...and hopefully it will happen sooner rather than later. In the meantime, BE IN PEACE MY BROTHER, AND NOT IN PIECES.
🙂😁😎🙏(y)(y)(y)🙏😎😁🙂
 
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