Need help identifying this exhaust? 919 - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 38 Old 10-10-2016, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Need help identifying this exhaust? 919

I have this aftermarket exhaust on my 919.
Has no markings on it....I don't really care "what" exhaust it is cause it sounds nice but I just wanted to document it so I had as a record as to what exhaust this "might" be.
i don't see any labels nor stickers nor engravings..just a plain CF type finish on the cans....
Anyone have an idea? let me know.

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Possibly SATO?
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Yeah those are carbon fiber Sato exhaust. One of the best sounding for the 919. They are highly desirable.

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interesting....ok, so that's what I'll put in my documents then.
Sato exhaust.
anyone on here have a picture of what one looks like "on" a 919?
Just for comparison.
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hummm....now it's got me curious...wondering if it could be a D&D?
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https://youtu.be/r-yXAIy1Vdg

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Definitely not D&D.
D&D have the logo afixed to them plus they are round, smaller diameter and longer and have different straps.
Plus, they don't sound as good as the Satos.

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post #7 of 38 Old 10-10-2016, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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ok, then I'll have to just post a sound byte clip....see if you gurus can tell from the sound.
I'll try and do that today.
thanks all for the input.

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Those are not Satos. Satos don't have the springs and have different straps around the CF.

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Yea definitely not Sato.

Sato Exhausts are round not Oval



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They kinda look like the Remus cans on mine but mine don't have springs or strap clamps

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post #11 of 38 Old 10-10-2016, 08:19 PM
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Jardine carbons.

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I'm leaning towards Delkevic, but I can't find one that exactly matches.


Edit: Oops, didn't refresh to see Bryce's response.

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Are the cans oval? Huh...:I'll have to see when it's light tomorrow.

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So far I can only find one crappy image. Looks like Bryce got it.


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Nice catch LDH. I stand corrected.

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Interesting....so why wouldn't they have the Jardine logos? Or that "K" looking symbol?

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Nice catch LDH. I stand corrected.
Ldh? Lol. Get a room.

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here's a sound clip of the exhaust.
and yes...the cans are "oval".
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ncrbi9hawj...-clip.MOV?dl=0

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Interesting....so why wouldn't they have the Jardine logos? Or that "K" looking symbol?
Because someone peeled the decals off not wanting a couple trashy looking stickers on an otherwise nice looking carbon piece.

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Huh ok..that makes sense.

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Those are ART exhaust cans.
I have those on my 919.
I added another set of straps further back and made a custom bracket for more stability.

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Can you post a picture of the "ART" cans you have?
I'd like to compare them.
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This is the only shot I have at present.
I wasn't happy with the way the cans cantilevered off the straps, so I purchased two more straps anchoring them to the fender eliminator using a bracket I made.
I later removed the silly lights.
Also, mine have "ART" engraved above the outlets, so that would be hard for you to miss.
ART went out of business shortly after I had purchased these along with a radiator grille, so perhaps someone was using the ART tooling at a later date.

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Ill have to look again but there was no engraving anywhere on the cans. No sticker. No metal plates....nothing.

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ok, I checked.....thoroughly. Nothing. no stamp, markings, emblems, stickers......nada, zippo, nico.
so..I'll take yer word for it that they are "ART" cans.
I like the idea of adding an extra strap toward the back. yes, it does hang long....

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I like the idea of adding an extra strap toward the back. yes, it does hang long....
Yeah, it works great.
Awesome for saddle bags too.
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I made the "bridge" piece out of steel for strength, but drilled it out to lighten it up a bit. Another material might work fine, but I felt the added strength of steel would be good for long-term use.
I needed to twist the ends in order to match the angle of the cans. This was done using a bench vice, a monster adjustable and a torch.
Then the band clamp sandwiches the plate fixed with stainless hardware.
All of this is doable in your garage using basic tools and determination, but working in a machine shop does have its perks.

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semi_gray:
where did you get the extra rear straps? the ones that are held by the steel band under the rear tail eliminator?
Also, can we get some more shots? different angles?

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Hey Huntsville I have. Kin in Jacksonville AL.

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Cool. Let me know if you ever get out this direction.

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Ahh the joys of the internet. Let me know when you realize they are indeed Jardines.

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Jardines? come on now....
we "ART", SATO, Delkevic, Jardine.........which ones are they I wonder.
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Ahh the joys of the internet. Let me know when you realize they are indeed Jardines.

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well...they do indeed sound and look like these...but minus the plate that say "Jardine" and that strange "K" on the can.

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Is it possible that Jardine bought the design from ART when they stopped making them, or were they both available at the same time? They look almost identical to me in the pictures.

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Sigh. Just look at the bands for crying out loud. So peeling off a sticker you don't believe, but the fact they are not ENGRAVED "ART" isn't an issue? The CF weave is way different.

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So....are they more likely to be Jardines then?

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where did you get the extra rear straps? the ones that are held by the steel band under the rear tail eliminator?
Also, can we get some more shots? different angles?
Here's more pics.
They may or may not be ART cans, just throwing the idea up for discussion:

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so...my cans are indeed oval in shape. where the oval is vertical just like these picks show.
so.....is it a Jardine or an Art can?

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1986 Honda 500 Interceptor
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1997 Kawasaki ZX7
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1989 Honda CB-1
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