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Old 04-23-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Delkevic 900RR Headers for 919 Conversion?

Hey everybody,

Does anyone know if the Delkevic 900RR headers will work for doing the 900RR headers mod on the 919? Here's a link to the headers on eBay:

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It says that it fits 92-99, so it seems like it should fit the 919 then as well, right? The Delkevics were mentioned in THIS THREAD, but there was never a confirmation that they actually fit right up.

Stock 900RR headers seem to not be as easy to come by these days, and the price of the brand new Delkevic headers isn't too bad... I really can't deal with the 919's exhaust stink anymore, and I think the bafflectomy I did a while back has made it worse.

One more question: Has anyone with a California-model 919 done the 900RR header mod? Did the fuel evap canister get in the way? If so, can it be removed without any negative effects on the bike?

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Yes, you can remove the evap canister without any ill effects on the bike.

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Cool. That's another 2 lbs that will be dropped from the weight of the bike!
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Yes, you can remove the evap canister without any ill effects on the bike.
I would like to add that after removing my canister I now get drops of gas on the pavement from the vent. No effects otherwise, but I don't love that my bike is venting/dripping flammable liquids/fumes and staining my parking spot.
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I would like to add that after removing my canister I now get drops of gas on the pavement from the vent. No effects otherwise, but I don't love that my bike is venting/dripping flammable liquids/fumes and staining my parking spot.
Hmm. Well, I realize my mere existence, let alone motorcycling, causes an impact on the environment, but maybe I'll keep my 919 a lil more eco-friendly by just trying to work around it, or move the canister if it gets in the way of the 900RR headers.
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I would like to add that after removing my canister I now get drops of gas on the pavement from the vent. No effects otherwise, but I don't love that my bike is venting/dripping flammable liquids/fumes and staining my parking spot.
You sure that's not from getting gas on the gas tank inner lip? It has a drain that leads out of the tank and onto the ground.

I've had no evap canister on both my 919s with zero issues. My current one is parked on a bike lift when not in use and there isn't a drop a fuel anywhere.
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For OP's question - I think those headers will work, the bends look the same anyway. Most folks prefer a cleaner look with a slip-on can, but keep in mind you can chop off that flange. A few that have done the conversion have done this.
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For OP's question - I think those headers will work, the bends look the same anyway. Most folks prefer a cleaner look with a slip-on can, but keep in mind you can chop off that flange. A few that have done the conversion have done this.
From what I see, the flange on that Delkevic header set is removable (it is clamped on). On the eBay auction they show the header with the flange removed:

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If I remember, Delkevic makes headers for 919 too (I read somewhere on the forum) - you just have to call them.
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Ah, good catch MF1VE, I missed that. Heck, for the modularity alone of those headers, and that they're new, that's worth the cost IMO.
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Didn't a guy just have problems with the delvic pipes on another thread? I think the thread was about the delvic exhaust slip-ons originally, but he ended up having to try and bend the pipes to fit??
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I bought a pair from ebay. Haven't mounted them yet, but it looks like a good fit (holding it in place on the bike).
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I bought a pair from ebay. Haven't mounted them yet, but it looks like a good fit (holding it in place on the bike).
hey Rich, please post your results ( with some pictures ) and give us some feedback when you get them on. lew
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Didn't a guy just have problems with the delvic pipes on another thread? I think the thread was about the delvic exhaust slip-ons originally, but he ended up having to try and bend the pipes to fit??
Issues weren't with the headers - issue was with the slip-ons to stock headers I believe.

They were too small - I think they took them into a shop to have them widened.
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For OP's question - I think those headers will work, the bends look the same anyway. Most folks prefer a cleaner look with a slip-on can, but keep in mind you can chop off that flange. A few that have done the conversion have done this.
The flange just slips on. You can run with flange or without. My biggest issue was the header pipes were not in alignment with the engine. The two outer most pipes had to moved outboad with a hydraulic bodywork jack.
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Now that it's on, its awesome and one of the few viable ways to go low mount on the 919.
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If I remember, Delkevic makes headers for 919 too (I read somewhere on the forum) - you just have to call them.
That's good to know. However, unless the 919-specific headers by Delkevic are made to have a low, single-sided muffler, then I'd just end up right back where I started.


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My biggest issue was the header pipes were not in alignment with the engine. The two outer most pipes had to moved outboad with a hydraulic bodywork jack.
Ahh, I just took a look at your thread. Well, despite the issue you had, I'm still interested in going with the Delkevics. I'm hoping that you just got unlucky with a set that happened to be off.
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THAT'S what I was thinking of! Knew I wasn't too crazy.

Great info, thanks!
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That's good to know. However, unless the 919-specific headers by Delkevic are made to have a low, single-sided muffler, then I'd just end up right back where I started.




Ahh, I just took a look at your thread. Well, despite the issue you had, I'm still interested in going with the Delkevics. I'm hoping that you just got unlucky with a set that happened to be off.
I think it was taken out of the welding jig before the welds cooled completely.
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ok, I did a little photoshopping of how my 919 might look after doing the 900RR header mod with a DanMoto can made for a 929RR. This photo still has the stock headers, but you get the idea...

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ok, I did a little photoshopping of how my 919 might look after doing the 900RR header mod with a DanMoto can made for a 929RR. This photo still has the stock headers, but you get the idea...

Pretty much what mine looks like now minus the silencer. Need to buy one yet.
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I was just lookin at a pic of a DanMoto Jisu on a 599. The can is a bit bigger than I thought, so i edited it some more to be closer to scale. I think it actually looks better this way anyways...

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That DanMoto can will fade on you and look like crap in 3 months. Choose a different brand.

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That DanMoto can will fade on you and look like crap in 3 months. Choose a different brand.

Really? Well, I'm not entirely concerned about it fading. I could always spray it with some heat paint, right? I'd certainly consider other options, but I was looking at the DanMoto cuz the shape matches the 919 pretty well, and it's cheap.

Anyways, here's another img:

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That would work. Just warning you against what others here have noticed.

You could also CF wrap it. I do like the angles of that can...
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Ok, so this is on an SV650, but I think it gives a pretty good indication of how it would look on the 919. I'm really diggin' it...

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I just got my Delkevic 900RR headers in the mail.

oak1971, the measurement of the headers I received are right in the middle of your stock vs Delkevic, in terms of where the headers align with the engine. From outer pipe to outer pipe, it measures 270mm.

your measurements from outer pipe to outer pipe, per your post:

stock: 277mm
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Do you guys think it would be necessary to stretch the pipes with a machine like oak1971 did to get the pipes to measure 277mm at rest? I mean, I could probably just stretch the 270mm out to 277mm by hand to get it to fit the header mounts on the engine. There would be a little bit of pressure from the mounted pipes in an inward direction, but I don't know if it would really be that significant.
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I just got my Delkevic 900RR headers in the mail.

oak1971, the measurement of the headers I received are right in the middle of your stock vs Delkevic, in terms of where the headers align with the engine. From outer pipe to outer pipe, it measures 270mm.

your measurements from outer pipe to outer pipe, per your post:

stock: 277mm
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Do you guys think it would be necessary to stretch the pipes with a machine like oak1971 did to get the pipes to measure 277mm at rest? I mean, I could probably just stretch the 270mm out to 277mm by hand to get it to fit the header mounts on the engine. There would be a little bit of pressure from the mounted pipes in an inward direction, but I don't know if it would really be that significant.
7 mm isn't a whole lot. Try and see if you can get any to line up and then crank on the others once you can get some bolts started.
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Hey, aftermarket pipes are supposed to FIT !
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They ought to, but mine came on the slow boat from China so go figure. Had I known Delevik did business there I might have looked elsewhere, though even the Chinese should be able to read a stinking print.

I know what the problem is, they take them out of the welding jig before the welds cool down.
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Phase I of the 900RR header mod has started...

I've removed the stock mufflers, headers, and EVAP can. I still need to remove the stock Y-pipe...

Without the huge underseat exhaust, the tail can look a kind of awkward from some angles, but I think it generally still looks pretty good.



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Completely not related to the thread but since you're here writing about a 900RR conversion I take it those Chinese rotors are keepers?
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Phase I of the 900RR header mod has started...

I've removed the stock mufflers, headers, and EVAP can. I still need to remove the stock Y-pipe...

Without the huge underseat exhaust, the tail can look a kind of awkward from some angles, but I think it generally still looks pretty good.
It'll look even better when you're sitting on it and the suspension compresses a little, and with the can on.
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Completely not related to the thread but since you're here writing about a 900RR conversion I take it those Chinese rotors are keepers?
Oh yeah, that's right... haha

Yeah, I'd say they're keepers. Brake feel and stopping power feels as it did before, and the rotors seem to be of pretty decent quality and have held up well thus far. I wouldn't hesitate to order another set of these Chinese rotors for my SV650 if for some reason it needed new ones.
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What can are you going to use?
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What can are you going to use?
I'll probably be going with the DanMoto Jisu. It's cheap, and it matches the looks of the bike pretty well. It looks like it could have been a part that was designed in conjunction with the bike, rather than an afterthought that was just stuck on after the fact, which I think many aftermarket exhausts tend to look like.









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As I said in a post above, I'm not too concerned about the discoloration of the pipe over time. If anything, I'd just spray it with some heat paint.

Or... I could go with the plain, titanium-looking one. Also, this review had good things to say about the Jisu: Tested: DanMoto JISU Mufflers

Either way, it's pretty inexpensive, so I'm not really gonna worry too much about it.
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So how do you know what will fit the header? They don't list a direct fit item for that header.
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So how do you know what will fit the header? They don't list a direct fit item for that header.
Oh yeah, I was actually going to see if anybody around here new if a 929/954RR bolt-on muffler would fit the flange on a '98 900RR header. I was looking on eBay, and there was an ad for a can that was advertised as being able to fit 1992-2003 900RR Fireblade (929RRs were still referred to as 900RR Fireblades). So, that would indicate to me that the DanMoto bolt-on Jisu made for the 929/954RR should be compatible with the '90s 900RR's 3-bolt flange.

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I've looked at pics of 929/954RR headers, and it looks like they are pretty similar to the 900RR. If the sections where the mid-pipe meets the can are the same diameter, it should work.
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This is more money than I am hoping to spend, but this 92-95 900RR GPR slip-on muffler looks pretty nice as well. At $332 shipped, It's more than 2x as expensive as the as DanMoto, but I'm sure i'd be getting more than 2x the quality... hmmm...

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