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post #1 of 44 Old 10-03-2014, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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2007 honda hornet 919 single exhaust

Hi there guys
Just wondering what model RR headers fit the 07 model honda hornet 919

Ive read that the 97 model RR headers and pipe fit the 07 hornet 919 perfectly?

Is this correct?

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It was like '96 - '98 I believe, but do a search for 900rr and you'll find some threads for verification.

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I believe mine is a93 header.

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I purchased the Delkevic header from a user on Craigslist it was brand new never having been installed for $160.00 I believe it said 92-99 Cbr 900rr. It has a 3 bolt flange as well as it can be removed and just be used with a slip on. Installation was a little bit of a challenge as the pipes didn't line up perfectly with the engine. But after a little bit of fiddling everything popped in just right. Make sure to get the new copper crush washers and remove the old ones. As for the can a 96 through 99 Suzuki GSXR 600 or 750 can will fit as a direct 3 bolt on. I believe the opening is 60 mm in case you want to get a slip on instead. The Hayabusas can from the same years I believe 96-2003 will also fit. Or you could just look for the same year CBR can. The mounting points underneath the bike line up somewhat and you may have to drill a hole like I did. Also make a mount off of the rear foot peg which was very simple using a bracket from Home Depot. I ended up using a can from a 96 to 99 Gsxr Yoshimura trs 3 bolt. I love this mod and have zero regrets I firmly believe it has made it even more torquey.

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I preferred the look of a shorter exhaust so I went the 60mm route. I believe it came off a bmw 1000 sport whatever...
I got mine welded. Didn't see the point of a rear hanger.


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I purchased the Delkevic header from a user on Craigslist it was brand new never having been installed for $160.00 I believe it said 92-99 Cbr 900rr. It has a 3 bolt flange as well as it can be removed and just be used with a slip on. Installation was a little bit of a challenge as the pipes didn't line up perfectly with the engine. But after a little bit of fiddling everything popped in just right. Make sure to get the new copper crush washers and remove the old ones. As for the can a 96 through 99 Suzuki GSXR 600 or 750 can will fit as a direct 3 bolt on. I believe the opening is 60 mm in case you want to get a slip on instead. The Hayabusas can from the same years I believe 96-2003 will also fit. Or you could just look for the same year CBR can. The mounting points underneath the bike line up somewhat and you may have to drill a hole like I did. Also make a mount off of the rear foot peg which was very simple using a bracket from Home Depot. I ended up using a can from a 96 to 99 Gsxr Yoshimura trs 3 bolt. I love this mod and have zero regrets I firmly believe it has made it even more torquey.

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I purchased the Delkevic header from a user on Craigslist it was brand new never having been installed for $160.00 I believe it said 92-99 Cbr 900rr. It has a 3 bolt flange as well as it can be removed and just be used with a slip on. Installation was a little bit of a challenge as the pipes didn't line up perfectly with the engine. But after a little bit of fiddling everything popped in just right. Make sure to get the new copper crush washers and remove the old ones. As for the can a 96 through 99 Suzuki GSXR 600 or 750 can will fit as a direct 3 bolt on. I believe the opening is 60 mm in case you want to get a slip on instead. The Hayabusas can from the same years I believe 96-2003 will also fit. Or you could just look for the same year CBR can. The mounting points underneath the bike line up somewhat and you may have to drill a hole like I did. Also make a mount off of the rear foot peg which was very simple using a bracket from Home Depot. I ended up using a can from a 96 to 99 Gsxr Yoshimura trs 3 bolt. I love this mod and have zero regrets I firmly believe it has made it even more torquey.
So you're using the Delvic CBR 900RR headers with the GSXR 750 can? Did you have to do anything to make the two parts mate to each other properly?

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No I had my original stock 1997 Gsxr 750 exhaust laying around and it looked pretty close so I threw it on and it fit perfect. Later when I called Delkevic they confirm did and I offered to sell me a Hayabusa exhaust from 97 through 2003 but only the right side. They said it was the same for the GSXR 600 &750 from 97 to 99. It was a lot easier to Craigslist from a GSXR from those years since they only sold about a half million of them. I only mention this because it makes the possibilities of finding a can a lot easier then slowly looking for a 900 RR from 98 or 99. The nice thing about the headers I got is that it has a slip-on collar so you can mount either a 3 bolt pattern exhaust from the years mentioned above. Or you can use it as a 16 mm slip on and remove the collar just screw clamp. The person I bought my Yoshimura pipe from said he had it on a 97 GSXR 750. I'm actually at the store right now looking for 3/16th rivets because I'm going to chop it down make it a little shorter I don't know maybe 8 inches off. Good luck with the search.

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I swear autocorrect makes it seem like I'm a foreigner who can't speak English well. Lol. I believe its a 60 mm opening in case you're looking for a slip on instead of the three bolts. And yes I can send you a picture of my stock exhaust and you could check the part number and I'll

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Here's a close up of the exhaust mounted to the header. I actually used it for a couple days until I found the yoshimura can.

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Definitely looks good mate,
Still weighing up whether to go the single exhaust or not,
I picked up some mivv titanium exhausts a few months ago and the plan was to stick them on.

I bought the bike cheap but the previous owner did a nasty job at painting it and put in a digital speedo and street fighter headlight.

Since ive ownerd it ive cleaned just about everything up on it, bought a factory speedo and head light and also painted it factory blood orange, also fiberglassed over the holes for the hand held bracket in the rear cowling.
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No I had my original stock 1997 Gsxr 750 exhaust laying around and it looked pretty close so I threw it on and it fit perfect. Later when I called Delkevic they confirm did and I offered to sell me a Hayabusa exhaust from 97 through 2003 but only the right side. They said it was the same for the GSXR 600 &750 from 97 to 99. It was a lot easier to Craigslist from a GSXR from those years since they only sold about a half million of them. I only mention this because it makes the possibilities of finding a can a lot easier then slowly looking for a 900 RR from 98 or 99. The nice thing about the headers I got is that it has a slip-on collar so you can mount either a 3 bolt pattern exhaust from the years mentioned above. Or you can use it as a 16 mm slip on and remove the collar just screw clamp. The person I bought my Yoshimura pipe from said he had it on a 97 GSXR 750. I'm actually at the store right now looking for 3/16th rivets because I'm going to chop it down make it a little shorter I don't know maybe 8 inches off. Good luck with the search.
Ahhh, Thank you for the pipe opening measurement. I was starting to look into the possibility of putting an FMF slip on can onto a pair of either CBR or GSXR headers and I was about to start researching the pipe sizes. You're cutting down the carbon fiber muffler? Make sure to post a picture when you're done. Thanks for all of the info!

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Cutting down this pipe was a royal pain however its finally done and looks much, much better imo, and sounds a bit louder. The pipe was pretty quiet to begin with more of a a lower tone now obviously it's got a higher pitch but nothing annoying. I still need to figure out a better looking bracket mount but this will work for now.

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Here's what I did for the attachment to the rear peg.

Made a template from plexiglass because it's easy to work with.



Got it shaped like I wanted and then cut it out of 22 ga steel and painted it black.


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Great idea. I think I'm going to steal it. Thanks!

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Cutting down this pipe was a royal pain however its finally done and looks much, much better imo, and sounds a bit louder. The pipe was pretty quiet to begin with more of a a lower tone now obviously it's got a higher pitch but nothing annoying. I still need to figure out a better looking bracket mount but this will work for now.
I love the way it turned out. Something about the shorty cans on the 919s just look so clean. If i can't find a Scorpion can like the one below, I'll just cut a Yoshi pipe and put it on.

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Did someone say clean?

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Did someone say clean?
Been trying to find that Scorpion shorty can for the 900rr header swap, no luck yet.

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Been trying to find that Scorpion shorty can for the 900rr header swap, no luck yet.
They quit making that one (Street Extreme) a while back. This is the closest I can find, but can't find a pic or any specs on the inlet. You could probably e-mail a dealer and ask for them to measure the size of the inlet. The one I bought was 63mm.

Scorpion Carbine Oval Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki ZX10R 2004-2005 - RevZilla

Edit: Looks like it may work from the install instructions. It shows the band clamp at the exhaust inlet as 59-63mm. You shouldn't need the link pipe.

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They quit making that one (Street Extreme) a while back. This is the closest I can find, but can't find a pic or any specs on the inlet. You could probably e-mail a dealer and ask for them to measure the size of the inlet. The one I bought was 63mm.

Scorpion Carbine Oval Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki ZX10R 2004-2005 - RevZilla

Edit: Looks like it may work from the install instructions. It shows the band clamp at the exhaust inlet as 59-63mm. You shouldn't need the link pipe.

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Thank you, I didn't even know the name of that pipe until now. I see that scorpion's web site still offers exhaust cans for the 900rr and the gsxr 750, but only in the ugly longer styles. I may try calling them up and seeing if they'd be willing to build a shorty can to fit the 900rr headers.

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You can use any can with a 63mm inlet. That can I bought was actually for a GSXR/SV650. Once I verified the inlet size, I just shopped around until I found one I liked.

Your lucky day, here is the exact one on ebay: Scorpion Street Extreme Slip on Carbon Fiber Muffler SV650 01 06 HYOSUNG New | eBay

That sucker was over $600 new, so not a bad deal if it's still in new condition.

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You can use any can with a 63mm inlet. That can I bought was actually for a GSXR/SV650. Once I verified the inlet size, I just shopped around until I found one I liked.

Your lucky day, here is the exact one on ebay: Scorpion Street Extreme Slip on Carbon Fiber Muffler SV650 01 06 HYOSUNG New | eBay

That sucker was over $600 new, so not a bad deal if it's still in new condition.
Ahhhh, that makes things much easier. I think I'll put through the order right now. Thanks for all of the help guys. I'll post a thread with the bike rebuild and 900rr header conversion in due time

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You can use any can with a 63mm inlet. That can I bought was actually for a GSXR/SV650. Once I verified the inlet size, I just shopped around until I found one I liked.

Your lucky day, here is the exact one on ebay: Scorpion Street Extreme Slip on Carbon Fiber Muffler SV650 01 06 HYOSUNG New | eBay

That sucker was over $600 new, so not a bad deal if it's still in new condition.
It's hard to tell from the pic, but that inlet looks a little smaller. I know some people bought them and they had a 57mm inlet. You may want to ask the seller to measure the inlet for you to make sure.

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Yeah, you might be right on that... This is what info I have on mine:

Part#:*763152
FITS: Honda, MODEL: CBR600F4I Sport, YEAR: 00-06 - Street Extreme Carbon Fiber Slip-Ons - Carbon Fiber End Cap

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ESI88CFOC

And I actually picked mine up on a price mistake auction. It was intended to be the stainless unit but they used the wrong picture (luckily they had the Carbon unit) so I got it for that price.

And here is a pic of what I bought:

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Overview of*Scorpion*Carbon Street Extreme Oval Mufflers
• Boost horsepower 5-9% while delivering the hottest look on the street today
• Dramatic weight reduction
• No re-mapping or re-jetting required; model-specific design
• 225mm long canisters with 63mm inlet and 60mm large bore outlet
• Carbon fiber outer sleeve; inner components are stainless steel
• Removable dB killer included
• Carbon Street Extreme mufflers feature a carbon fiber end cap
• Must cut off stock muffler
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Ready for a morning ride. Finished relocating the license plate and used light bolts to illuminate it under the seat. Also bought some led light strips that originally where mounted to the footpegs but after some low visibility comments during the day from other riders, I moved them next to the tailight. I'm not sure how I feel about the look just yet but I'll give it a go for a bit and see if it grows on me.

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Ready for a morning ride. Finished relocating the license plate and used light bolts to illuminate it under the seat. Also bought some led light strips that originally where mounted to the footpegs but after some low visibility comments during the day from other riders, I moved them next to the tailight. I'm not sure how I feel about the look just yet but I'll give it a go for a bit and see if it grows on me.
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The mirrors actually don't give that great of visability. I'm used to them now but coming from the 3 inch round bar end mirrors you will be disappointed those have the best visibility. Also only on the throttle side of my bike it vibrates a little more so it moves out of position if I hit the throttle hard.Not that big of a deal I just have to set it every now and then as I'm riding. The turn signals I got at Cycle Gear they were inexpensive but are bright enough.

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Thanks - I have some crappy bar end mirrors already but those looked nice. Looking for something functional though. Another alternative that I have seen is CB1000R mirrors, not bar end but they seem ok.

Do your turn signals blink faster than the OEMs?

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No they blink normal when I had all four the same even though they where led. When I added the strip led on the rear I had to also buy a universal led relay from ebay. The rear strips where $12 shipped and the relay was $12 as well.

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Well...I did it. I ordered the cbr900rr headers from delvic last week and ordered a two brothers M2 flange on muffler for a 1996-1999 GSXR 750 today. Crossing my fingers and hoping that they fit together properly

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Ah, oh well. Here's a reference for anyone else that's interested: M4 Ya MBEKR606 Exhaust Cat Muffler Box Eliminator Y Pipe YZF R6 YZF R6 06 13 600 | eBay

The M4 mid pipe often comes included with used slip-ons.
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Is that your bike in the pictures?
Sure is. Coming up on 55k miles. Bought her with 6k miles. Love the 919
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post #39 of 44 Old 03-20-2015, 01:44 PM
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The R6 option was something I seriously considered and just happened to land on the Delkevic header on accident. Although the header took a little prying before it seated itself well. It certainly was the quickest least fabricating way to get from a to b. A tip for the new header install is to make sure and remove the old copper crush washers from within the block. They will not be copper but a dark black and because they are pressed in the may also look like they are part of the block. Also using some high temp grease to hold the new washers in place as you position the header works well. Just a little dab will do. I also recommend using locktite on the studs. These where just some useful ideas my header did require a bit of wrangling but am very happy with the end result and the end can is also from a 96-99 gsxr 750 so no worries there.

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post #40 of 44 Old 03-20-2015, 06:18 PM
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Sure is. Coming up on 55k miles. Bought her with 6k miles. Love the 919
I love the way it looks. Did you put it together specifically to be a track bike?

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