If the reduction of pion mass to mere quark mass holds true for all scaled variants of ordinary hadron physics, one can deduce the value of u and d quark masses from the mass of the pion of M89 hadron physics and vice versa. The mass estimate is 145 GeV if one identifies the bump claimed by CDF (see this and this) as M89 pion. Recall that D0 did not detect the CDF bump (see this). I have discussed possible reasons for the discrepancy in an earlier posting in terms of the hypothesis that dark quarks are in question.
From this one can deduce that the p-adic prime p≈ 2k for the u and d quarks of M89 physics is k=93 using m(u,93)= 2(113-93)/2m(u,113), m(u,113)≈ .1 MeV. For top quark one has k=94 so that a very natural transition takes place to a new hadron physics. The predicted mass of π(89) is 144.8 GeV and consistent with the value claimed by CDF. What makes the prediction non-trivial is that possible quark masses comes as half-octaves meaning exponential sensitivity with respect to the p-adic length scale.
The common mass of u(89) and d(89) quarks is 102 GeV in good approximation and quark jets with mass peaked around 100 GeV could serve as a signature for them. The direct decays of the π(89) to M89 quarks are of course non-allowed kinematically.
For a summary about indications for M89 see appropriate section in the chapter New Particle Physics Predicted by TGD: Part I of "p-Adic Length Scale Hypothesis and Dark Matter Hierarchy". See also the short pdf article Is the new boson reported by CDF pion of M89 hadron physics? at my homepage.