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Wanted to start my own thread so I can share photo's and info of everything I do to my bike.

Today was a good day- in the mail came my power commander, my aftermarket eBay mirrors, and my cheap led turn signals !! I got one mirror mounted and I like it way better than the stock ones. I've always liked the mirrors that came on my 2013 cb500x, and I found some aftermarket ones on eBay that closely resembled them for half the cost. The stalk is powder coated black steel, the glass is flat and crystal clear, and the housing is made of abs plastic. The pivot point is fairly tight, swivels 360 degrees,up down back and forth, and the glass surface is about 6 inches from edge to edge. They don't stick up as far as the lollipops but they stick out past the handlebar, where the lollipops were about even with the handlebar end. I almost had to remove my windscreen to put em on but managed.

No adapters were included, and weren't even needed. But what I did do was remove the stock adapters and swapped the little rubber bootie over to the new mirrors to help prevent any corrosion. It wasn't necessary, but it looks good. I like the mirrors cuz they give the bike a more updated and sporty look. For the price, it was a good call. I'd be glad to share a link if anyone is interested in trying them.

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Just received tracking info on the Delkevic exhaust I ordered !! Stock debaffled system possibly up for grabs...

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Have you installed the PC already?
I did buy one 2nd hand from eBay but haven't try to install it myself

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Have you installed the PC already? I did buy one 2nd hand from eBay but haven't try to install it myself
The member I bought it from included instructions for installing it. I could take pics and send em to you or forward them thru e mail if you'd like.

Haven't installed it yet.. I'll probably tear into my bike this weekend. I have that to install and my delkevic's should be here by then. I should install it with the stock debaffled still attached. It's been colder these past few days and sometimes I get a pop simultaneously with my up shifts.

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The member I bought it from included instructions for installing it. I could take pics and send em to you or forward them thru e mail if you'd like.

Haven't installed it yet.. I'll probably tear into my bike this weekend. I have that to install and my delkevic's should be here by then. I should install it with the stock debaffled still attached. It's been colder these past few days and sometimes I get a pop simultaneously with my up shifts.


If you post some pics of the wiring and any advice on the installation will be much appreciated!

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I was searching thru 919 pics last night and found a link to an exhaust company in Italy that makes a single sided exhaust system that slips onto the factory header pipe. Definitely gonna have to give it a try.
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I was searching thru 919 pics last night and found a link to an exhaust company in Italy that makes a single sided exhaust system that slips onto the factory header pipe. Definitely gonna have to give it a try.

Why not go for the 900RR set up? any reason in particular you want just the slip on to the header

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I was searching thru 919 pics last night and found a link to an exhaust company in Italy that makes a single sided exhaust system that slips onto the factory header pipe. Definitely gonna have to give it a try.
Don't think that will work without modifications to the OEM header...



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Don't think that will work without modifications to the OEM header...
I emailed the company and they responded with this diagram showing that everything after item number 9 is tossed away and their system mounts right to that coupler.

Found out the price shipped to the US for the carbon can is at 430.00 usd. There is an option for a stainless can that knocks 50 euro's off the price.

For those that don't want to source an rr header, fabricate a pipe and chose a can, where to mount it,etc... It's a great choice for those that haven't done the rr swap yet. Like me !!
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I emailed the company and they responded with this diagram showing that everything after item number 9 is tossed away and their system mounts right to that coupler.

Found out the price shipped to the US for the carbon can is at 430.00 usd. There is an option for a stainless can that knocks 50 euro's off the price.

For those that don't want to source an rr header, fabricate a pipe and chose a can, where to mount it,etc... It's a great choice for those that haven't done the rr swap yet. Like me !!
Ah I see. If I ever decide to go low mount you can get a full 900rr system from delkevic. Just have to fab up the mounts. Full System to fit CBR900RR FIREBLADE (1995-1999) with Stubby 14" Stainless Steel Oval Muffler and Stainless Steel 4-1 Headers

If you do go that route let us know how it goes

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Zooming in the pics shows a tight 180 degree bend off the stock header. I like this one looks like you can keep your stock center stand with no modifications too.

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If you do go that route let us know how it goes[/QUOTE]

I will be ordering one from them, maybe in a few months. Right before I found this I bought the 18" dual carbon can system from Delkevic. Should be here Monday. I'm excited. But I like to tinker, so when I'm ready for a single side exhaust I will share how it mounts, sounds, etc.. Or someone else can Guinea pig it for me ...

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Zooming in the pics shows a tight 180 degree bend off the stock header. I like this one looks like you can keep your stock center stand with no modifications too.
Very good point. I will be adding a center stand at some point and didn't even think about that.

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The best way to get to know your bike is to take it apart ..

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I was searching thru 919 pics last night and found a link to an exhaust company in Italy that makes a single sided exhaust system that slips onto the factory header pipe. Definitely gonna have to give it a try.
I actually like that one how much was it delivered?

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Never mind I saw the price on a lower post. Lol scrolling on the cell has drawbacks.

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Yes and like I said, they offered another different muff that further reduced the price. I'm already in the process of selling off stupid shit around the house to fund a purchase from them.

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And as I found out last night removing the Y pipe is going to be a bitch...

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And as I found out last night removing the Y pipe is going to be a bitch...
not too bad suspend the rear unbolt your shock

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So I got the power commander in. My exhaust came yesterday and that too is installed. For the fella that requested a how to on the pc: it was quite easy. Here's how I did mine

Remove grab handle,seat,rear tail section. Un bolt the lower rear plastic fender and just let it hang. Two 5mm Allen bolts up front, two in the rear and two underneath. The ecu has a black connector and a gray connector. Unplug them both. The third wire on the top row of the gray connector is the one you need to tap into. It is red with a thin yellow stripe. Mine was kinda twisted up so to get at it better I removed the rubber insulator from the plug with a medium sized flat blade, used a small pushpin to unlock the wire from the connector, and laid it on top off all the other wires and stuck it back in its proper cavity. Then I was able to use the tee tap and not have any of the wires fighting for space. Connect the gray wire with the male spade end from the pc to your wire tap. Then locate the bunch of connectors at the very rear and the two pin white one is the one to unplug and plug the pc's two red connectors inline with. The bunch of connectors has a rubber insulation bootie around them. I routed the the red pc wire w/ 2 connectors thru the bootie first, and then connected them, then slide the bootie back in place for a cleaner look and doing it that way puts less stress on the red wire. I can tuck the whole cluster and bootie into the end of the frame and not pinch that lil thin red wire. Plug the connectors back in to the ecu, run the ground wire to the battery following the factory harness, use plenty of wire ties if you wish, and that's it. Bolt back the rear lower fender, and the black connector of the pc will kinda stand up right by the tab that holds the rear tail on. Very strait forward.
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Forgot to mention, if u put the seat back on with the tail still off, you can peek under your seat and really get to see the areas where the pc box will fit best. It won't fit in the space where the pc instructions recommend cuz the rear of the seat is supported there right on the frame. There's a perfect spot on the frame where the rubber bungee cord runs across. I have the pc wire harness ran with that bungee and the box is bungeed to that rectangular area to the left. Works great.
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Here's a few pics of the new exhaust.
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Very nice job. The exhaust looks great.

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Did the Delkevic help at all with any exhaust smells?

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Did the Delkevic help at all with any exhaust smells?
My bike never had the funk...it's raining here in Myrtle Beach today, so I can't ride until it clears up. I will report back any changes I notice. I did run it last night at idle and it sounds great with and without the silencer.

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My bike never had the funk...it's raining here in Myrtle Beach today, so I can't ride until it clears up. I will report back any changes I notice. I did run it last night at idle and it sounds great with and without the silencer.
Might need some sound clips! =P

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Well guys, the exhaust looks great, but I'm a little disappointed in the sound. I thought it was gonna be a bit louder then they are. Don't get me wrong, they sound wonderful and smooth, deeper than stock debaffled and I'm sure I'll grow to love em. The shorter cans would've been louder but I like the way the 18" cans jut out a lil bit off the tail.

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Well guys, the exhaust looks great, but I'm a little disappointed in the sound. I thought it was gonna be a bit louder then they are. Don't get me wrong, they sound wonderful and smooth, deeper than stock debaffled and I'm sure I'll grow to love em. The shorter cans would've been louder but I like the way the 18" cans jut out a lil bit off the tail.
I'd say wait and get some miles on them... When I first got my bike it had Yoshimura TRS's on and they seemed unreasonably quiet to me even with the baffles out. After 10,000 miles they were much louder, and after 15,000 they were obnoxiously loud even with baffles installed

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I'd say wait and get some miles on them... When I first got my bike it had Yoshimura TRS's on and they seemed unreasonably quiet to me even with the baffles out. After 10,000 miles they were much louder, and after 15,000 they were obnoxiously loud even with baffles installed
I believe you are spot on with that assessment. The paperwork Delkevic provided stated that it is not uncommon for the muffs to need a repacking @ 10-15,000 miles. They even sell the kit with new material, rivets and all.

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Did the Delkevic help at all with any exhaust smells?
No. The exhaust smells pretty much the same as it did before. Which on my bike isn't bad at all. The cans run parallel with the tail section just like the stock ones do, but they have tips that are angled down a lil bit so the exhaust exits straight out instead of upwards. But I doubt that would help any if I had the funk. Sure looks purty...

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Cleaned up the bike good today. Also ordered the LED compatible flasher relay from superbrightleds.com so I can mount my new turn signals and plate lights.

To anyone wanting to add led turn signals, I suggest doing the same. Instead of needing wire strippers, soldering equipment, heat shrink, sourcing the resistors, doing the work, wondering if your soldering skills are up to the task...ugh, not for me.

The flasher part number is LF1-S-FLAT and cost 8.95 plus 3.00 to ship here to SC. It's a direct plug n play fit and an easy solution to prevent hyperflashing.

I found this flasher info right here on the forum, so for our led pioneers...we salute you !!
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Got my valve cover plates today and did the PAIRS system removal. Yay !!! Piece of cake. I think ... Don't hold me to it... But I think this might get rid of the mysterious fluid that drips out one of my vent tubes. Could the morning commute backfiring cause this extra condensation, fuel, oil, whatever ?? My nighthawk had a similar tube with a cap at the end that I had to periodically remove to let the juices out.

Dunno. Looks good tho !! Also came with a vacuum cap to block off the air box nipple. This job was completed following the instructions found right here in the forum. Thanks guys!!
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You could also hit up Helimech on here he makes them I bought a set of his from another member here

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So I'm getting bored again. I'm waiting for the rear turn signal pig tails to arrive and decided to get a start on my fender eliminator. After removing the stock one and realizing how easy Honda made it to adapt a home made one, I find it ridiculous how someone can spend upwards of a hundred bucks to do this project !! Here's what I have so far. Lowes only sells it in a 3ft section. Cut it to about 7 inches which is the length of a motor bike plate, and rounded the edges.

$6.00 !!
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so, on a mostly unrelated note... I just tried to find your avatar using google... and I'm very glad I took my phone off the work internet before I did....

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so, on a mostly unrelated note... I just tried to find your avatar using google... and I'm very glad I took my phone off the work internet before I did....
Funny you mention that- it's been a big topic around the shop the past few days about being careful cuz THE MAN is watching. I can only imagine the images that popped up lol.

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