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Suzuki's "New" M109R" is not as new as they would like you to believe. Here are pictures for the M109P (presumably the precurser for this R model).

This is a static test of the M109P


This is a road test of the M109P


This is a picture of the Original M109. It has been around long before Suzuki. No test ride pictures available.
 

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Now thats a 109 that can get through traffic or over traffic !


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Come on Cager, you KNOW you want to just cut me off... go for it!!!

Cut me off, and you WILL be sorry you didn't look both ways, LOL

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The first thing I thought of when I saw 109 was ME109 as in German fighter, ( the black looks kind of mean that way) cause like the song says man if she had a set of wings I know she would fly :)


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Blur said:
The first thing I thought of when I saw 109 was ME109 as in German fighter, ( the black looks kind of mean that way) cause like the song says man if she had a set of wings I know she would fly :)

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Thought about the ME109 German fighter but didn't have a picture of it when I first posted. Lived across the street from a German Ace Fighter Pilot when I was a kid in Chula Vista, California. He had flown this aircraft in WWII. He had several scale models of this plane.

It was fast, handled well and was ahead of it's time....Sounds like our M109 doesn't it?

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BajaRon said:
Suzuki's "New" M109R" is not as new as they would like you to believe. Here are pictures for the M109P (presumably the precurser for this R model).

This is a static test of the M109P


This is a road test of the M109P


This is a picture of the Original M109. It has been around long before Suzuki. No test ride pictures available.
What was there top speed :D :D :D :D :D
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It was fast, handled well and was ahead of it's time....Sounds like our M109 doesn't it?

RON!!!!!
NO !!!!!!! That sounds like MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE :dontknow: :D :D :D :D :D :D
 

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ppridgen1 said:
well I was thinking of a t-shirt with the mobile howitzer and the messerschmidt me109 and our bike ,with a logo reading something to the effect of "when you do battle,better bring the big guns" waddya think?
Great idea! :bigthumbsup:
 

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The Howitzer is a must have: the perfect accessory for the elimination of those wonderful cell phoned cagers and that favorite rectally extracted move of theirs: the 2 lane crossover dribble I just sniffed 5 gallons of epoxy glue slamin sammy brake dance that nukes everything in their wake from hell. KABOOM!!!
 

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Yep. I've been thinking about the ME109 connection ever since before I actually bought my bike.

"The Bf 109 scored more aircraft kills in World War Two than any other aircraft. At various times it served as an air superiority fighter, an escort fighter, an interceptor, a ground-attack aircraft and a reconnaissance aircraft. The Bf 109 was produced in greater quantities than any other fighter aircraft in history, with over 31,000 units built."

Bf 109 and ME 109 = the same plane.

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I believe I have seen a couple threads in the past with various 109 references..... yup, I'm sure I have
 

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Big Joe said:
It was fast, handled well and was ahead of it's time....Sounds like our M109 doesn't it?

RON!!!!!
NO !!!!!!! That sounds like MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE :dontknow: :D :D :D :D :D :D
Ok Big Joe, how about YOU and the M109?
 

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Big Joe said:
It was fast, handled well and was ahead of it's time....Sounds like our M109 doesn't it?

RON!!!!!
NO !!!!!!! That sounds like MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE :dontknow: :D :D :D :D :D :D
I subscribe to the slow but well-handled school of tuning. :doorag:
 
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