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post #1 of 26 Old 02-12-2017, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Best Slip on exhaust for 919

I'm looking for the best sounding slip on exhaust for the 919 that can be easily bought today. I was looking at the dan moto's because they are so cheap. I also love the look of the mini carbon fiber delkevic. What do you guys recommend?

And no fuel controller is needed for slip ons, right?

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You'll get 500 different answers. That said, I liked the Dan Moto setup when I had it. Cheap but a nice loud rumble at idle and scream at full throttle. I would strongly recommend doing the cbr900rr conversion.


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You'll get 500 different answers. That said, I liked the Dan Moto setup when I had it. Cheap but a nice loud rumble at idle and scream at full throttle. I would strongly recommend doing the cbr900rr conversion.


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Thanks, i'm just looking for a slip on for now. I heard something about needing to repack the dan moto mufflers a lot. Do you know anything about this?

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Satos are by far the best sounding on the 919. Second only to the Mori. Can't get either one anymore unless you buy used. I have a set that may be taken off for the right price. Comes with extras to.

As to repacking, most aftermarket exhausts need to be repacked anyways after x number of miles.

Dan moto and delks are on the cheap end of the scale. Some people liked them. Shrug. I'd take a pair of Enrions or beat up Satos before getting Dan moto or delks.

A pc is not required with slip ons but are recommended along with a full tune to get the best results. Not only power, but throttle control and rideability.
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Satos are by far the best sounding on the 919. Second only to the Mori. Can't get either one anymore unless you buy used. I have a set that may be taken off for the right price. Comes with extras to.
I literally got my 06 919 today, and I'm looking into either a bafflectomy or some descent slip ons. Could you tell me what the right price is for those Satos if the OP isn't interested? Shoot me a pm if you like.

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Pvster- I've got a set of debaffled OEM's in good shape if you ever seriously consider parting with those Satos and need something to go back on your bike. Just out of curiosity, which ones do you have? Carbon or steel?


I like the look of these Danmoto's, kind of different, and the price is right.
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You can get it cheaper directly through Dan Moto website. You can try US version of the website or international version those pipes are available.


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I slapped on a pair of stainless Delkevic cans. They came with their own stainless Y link pipe. Fitted well, sound great. Maybe a bit long though, 450mm. I added a second bracket to stop them shaking apart. They are well made. With a pc3 the bike ran well. Next time will try the carbon Danmoto's.
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in MIVV x-cone we trust
Those are really nice! I would assume the 2002 would fit on a 2006

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Those are really nice! I would assume the 2002 would fit on a 2006

Honda HORNET 900 Exhaust Mivv X-Cone Stainless steel H.015.LC3 - Mivv

I second this. I got my Mivv's last year mainly because of the slim styling but also they sound mean as hell. People may say you'd have to "tune" it because of the pops on decel, but I can't get enough of it, haha. If they're too loud for your taste then keep the silencer on.

I don't see any in his store, but I got mine from this ebay seller : a.m.motor on eBay

It's from some small motorcycle shop in Italy, took 4-6 weeks to come over and cost a little over $400 which was the best price I found by far.
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Did you get the x-cone or x-cone plus? The plus doesn't have the end spount and therefore round at the end.


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I second this. I got my Mivv's last year mainly because of the slim styling but also they sound mean as hell. People may say you'd have to "tune" it because of the pops on decel, but I can't get enough of it, haha. If they're too loud for your taste then keep the silencer on.

I don't see any in his store, but I got mine from this ebay seller : a.m.motor on eBay

It's from some small motorcycle shop in Italy, took 4-6 weeks to come over and cost a little over $400 which was the best price I found by far.
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Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282019043045
I like the look of these. Black satin stainless.
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I don't see any in his store
Were you referring to PJ's? I sent them an email inquiring about them, but I haven't heard back yet

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Did you get the x-cone or x-cone plus? The plus doesn't have the end spount and therefore round at the end.
Just the X-Cone

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Were you referring to PJ's? I sent them an email inquiring about them, but I haven't heard back yet
No, I was referring to the ebay seller's store that I bought mine from last year.
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I'm going to agree with bartsitarski on this one. I'm installing my full CBR900RR headers/exhaust system this Friday, and I will post pics/video when it's all done. Found a great looking full exhaust system on Ebay for $115, and then picked up a Two Brothers slip on for $70.

My friend and I are going to have to build 1 or 2 small brackets for under the motor and the can itself, but that is really straight forward. Drill a couple of holes and we should be set.

It's a decent amount of work, I know, but there are a lot of helpful videos online (mine will be there soon, hopefully helpful ). And to spend $200 on a full system that sounds bad as f*** and lowers weight/center of gravity is sweet. Dan Motos seem great for the price, but you're still gonna drop $300. Yoshis and Two Bros are pushing $500+ just for slip ons.

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You'll get 500 different answers. That said, I liked the Dan Moto setup when I had it. Cheap but a nice loud rumble at idle and scream at full throttle. I would strongly recommend doing the cbr900rr conversion.


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If you can provide details on your bracket work that would be great. Perhaps some measurements/angles and pics on you how set everything up.
Also could you weigh your current exhaust vs the new one before you put it on?

Still debating on whether I should do this, seeing as the dual under-tail exhaust is an integral part of how the 919 looks.
Though the technical improvements that the switch provides are also very appealing.

Such a hard decision... :-/


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I'm going to agree with bartsitarski on this one. I'm installing my full CBR900RR headers/exhaust system this Friday, and I will post pics/video when it's all done. Found a great looking full exhaust system on Ebay for $115, and then picked up a Two Brothers slip on for $70.

My friend and I are going to have to build 1 or 2 small brackets for under the motor and the can itself, but that is really straight forward. Drill a couple of holes and we should be set.

It's a decent amount of work, I know, but there are a lot of helpful videos online (mine will be there soon, hopefully helpful ). And to spend $200 on a full system that sounds bad as f*** and lowers weight/center of gravity is sweet. Dan Motos seem great for the price, but you're still gonna drop $300. Yoshis and Two Bros are pushing $500+ just for slip ons.

Swap it up.

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Those are really nice! I would assume the 2002 would fit on a 2006

Honda HORNET 900 Exhaust Mivv X-Cone Stainless steel H.015.LC3 - Mivv
Just go for X-cone if you dont like the akrapovic or danmoto

i guess 02-07 were the same

i just bought it on ebay at some random shop and x-cone are also cheaper then others famous brand
lets forget about the power gain since i dont have a PC3 as well ,but still,i love the sound the i can feel the performance are different obviously

it well gain some little bit horsepower
http://www.mivv.com/wp-content/uploa...rt_H015SC3.pdf



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I'd like to do the 900RR conversion, but I think I'm just going for the Mivv X-Cones as soon as I can part with the money. I'm so impressed with them, and they maintain a pretty close factory look

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Hey folks, with MotoGP and a motorcycle rally in town this weekend, I haven't had time to jump on and report about my 900rr exhaust swap. I will start another thread when I get my full video compilation together, but for now here are some thoughts:

Number one, this swap is amazing and badass and I highly recommend anyone with a 919 do it ASAP.

Number two, unless you are an accomplished mechanic/fabricator, this is definitely a two person job. My friend and I took turns holding parts or the bike in place while the other one was twisting the wrench, etc. It was really smooth.

Number three, you will almost definitely need to do a small bit of cutting/welding. We measured and chopped the original bracket on the headers while holding the system in place. Then we bolted the headers on, and the bracket was an inch off. We had to weld a second piece on to bolt to the center stand bracket and hold everything in place.

I am really impressed with the weight distribution/reduction. Even though it is probably less than a 10 lb difference, the tail feels lighter and I can tell the mass is shifted to below the bike. A little goes a long way in this case.

Performance is roughly the same, but above 5,000 revs it does seem to pull a little harder. I will probably take it in to get it remapped, but it doesn't seem to be running lean at this point.

And the sound is amazing, under 4,000rpm it has a nice throaty exhaust note. Not wicked loud, but noticeably louder than the stock pair under the tail. Over 4,000 to 5,000 it sounds like a wild animal. Think of halfway between a Ducati Monster and a CBR 1000. It's awesome. Also, I painted mine gold with high temp from the auto parts store. Looks ridiculous, in the best way, and I love it.

Final thought: Do this swap now. you will not regret it.
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Satos were the best. Loud....sumbitch, they were loud. Sounded like 2 loud bikes.

I have MIVV on the 599. Good stuff. Made in Italy, as was the 599. That's what i would go with.

I think the 919 is one of the best sounding motorcycles, ever. Better than anything l own.

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PVSTER, what are you looking for the Sato's

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Has anyone bought danmoto’s new gp remote baffle exhaust? If so would love to hear opinions.

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As said before....you'll get mostly opinion, based on what ppl like. Which is fine, really. Take mine for instance....


Went Yoshi TRS's. Got them for a steal of Ebay for $60 shipped. One was badly dented, so it took some serious TLC, but I made them work by shortening them approx. 6" ea. I had them on my '98 Superhawk back in the day, and I had a pair of CF RS-3 cans on my '97 TL1000s. Just a sound I enjoy, I suppose.
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