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    Leg Humps The Snap On Tool Man
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    Naked M109

    Custom 2007 Suzuki Boulevard M109R Power Cruiser Unveiled | Motorcyclist Magazine Article at Automotive.com

    This thing is cool but I think I would go a Different way twith the pipes.

    NMc
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    I think it is fugly.
    You MUST obey the pug dog!


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    Looks like a SV650 gone a little wrong. Definitely don't like the pipes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Handy
    Sometimes I think I'd be better off dead. No, wait, not me, you.
    Loud pipes and other myths.

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    Just Won't Go Away !
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    Yeah, the pipes and seat make it a real loser.

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    Leg Humps The Snap On Tool Man
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    it's allright pipes, seats and wheels are available on the aftermarket. Those are the three things I would need to change. I do like the rest of it though.NMc
    Profesional technition, auto, small engine and heavy diesel with five years paid experience and many more as a hobbyist.

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    I do think it is kinda funny that this bike was designed and built by Cobra to show what could be done to it, yet almost four years later no one has done anything like that, and the special products they made for the bike are not only unavailable from Cobra, but they are the things (wheels, seat, pipes) that most folks here think are ugly.

    Guess Cobra kind of missed the mark on this one. But they did hit a home run when they build a show bike based on the Vilcan, which kawasaki ultimately put into production as the Drifter.
    You MUST obey the pug dog!


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    Sit speling cheker
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    Not a very attractive bike IMO and those pipes are kinda strange. Stock M109 is much better looking.


 

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