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post #1 of 7 Old 06-19-2012, 06:05 AM Thread Starter
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Erion full exhaust system from CBR900RR on 919

Hi,

Do you guys know if that would fit?

I know the OEM exhaust system from the 900rr fits easily on the 919 (I've done it twice on 2 different bikes) but was wondering if this aftermarket full system has the same "curve pattern" than the OEM. I have the opportunity to grab one from a 1999 cbr and I'd like to be sure of the compatibility...

I don't see why it wouldnt fit, but if anyone has already done that, that'd make me feel so full of confidence.

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post #2 of 7 Old 06-19-2012, 06:10 AM
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It should. Bolt on flange? All the 900RR cans seem HUGE to me.

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I think the '99 was a different fit than the '96'-98's (that we KNOW work).

Mine was a '97.

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I think the '99 was a different fit than the '96'-98's (that we KNOW work).

Mine was a '97.
That's getting even more doubtful now...

No one has ever installed the '99 header here?

Will the real header fitter please stand up?

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That's getting even more doubtful now...

No one has ever installed the '99 header here?

Will the real header fitter please stand up?
Check your headers (or those you're looking at buying) against pics of mine. See how they compare:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/djmu5r7vvqtelmz/1hgCKJByv9

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Just got some pictures and... Hmmmm... Not sure at all. Looks like in this system the mid pipe is part of the header. Cant tell if the overall curve is the same...
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post #7 of 7 Old 07-03-2012, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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This system will be available for sale in a few days.

I had given my word to the guy who was selling it so I bought it, but I also bought g00gl3it exhaust a few days later, so I wont keep this Erion system. Will ask 350$ + shipping. It has only 1-2 small rubs on the can and the header is in superb condition.

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