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post #1 of 8 Old 03-27-2019, 03:25 AM Thread Starter
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exhaust slipon options?

I have a pair of baffle less danmoto cans on my 919, believe they are 51mm. And am wondering what other options might be available with the Y pipe which they fit?

The danmotos sound rough and loud and whilst I could order the baffles to go in them, which would change the sound a little, I am also keen to check out other options. Money is of course a consideration, and what is available mainly here in Australia, but I would like to learn more.

Can anyone suggest some options?

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post #2 of 8 Old 03-28-2019, 02:17 PM
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Thanks for the tip, mate...I think they require a different Y connecting pipe to fit though!

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I very deliberately went with the Yoshi' TRS cans as they were known to be a bit quieter, and they are - even without the insert, which I have never used.
They sound fantastic to me, and the only comment I've ever had is that they sound great.
Plus, their class of fit is second to none.

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I very deliberately went with the Yoshi' TRS cans as they were known to be a bit quieter, and they are - even without the insert, which I have never used.
They sound fantastic to me, and the only comment I've ever had is that they sound great.
Plus, their class of fit is second to none.
I've always like the shape of the Yoshi cans. Suits the 919 well.

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Yosh all the way!

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Pricy though, the yoshis, from what I have peeked for!

Or perhaps I am looking in the wrong place.

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Yoshimura is expensive and nice.
I'm loving my SP Engineering cans and Delkevik Y link pipe. Very well built, excellent sound. Not cheap but.
Black Widow are a bit cheaper, come in 50mm slip on.
I was happy with my Delkevik. Built quality was OK, sounded great. I really liked the single stainless Y link pipe. The price was good too. I just picked the wrong length and style. Basically I changed my mind about the look.

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