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post #1 of 15 Old 03-04-2007, 10:20 PM
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Talking CBR900RR header on eBay

Hey,
Fist off: cool site. I can dig it.
Next: I was surfing the 919.org site as I was wanting to post up that I have a CBR900RR header that I'm ebaying and I wanted (of course) maximum exposure as well as the opportunity to pass on a perfect piece to a fellow enthusiast. Anyway, I can't seem to find the place to offer up the info, and I don't wanna be a e-bay 'whore', but for those of you who are interested the item number is: 330092770642 and that's all I'll say about it.

Anyway, still surfing around this site and enjoying it.
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-KR
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post #2 of 15 Old 03-05-2007, 05:04 AM
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Welcome to the site. What made you decide not to use it yourself?

Edit: nevermind, just read the listing

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Same exhaust system with Jardine muffler:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998-...92610840QQrdZ1

or ebay item number 180092610840

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post #4 of 15 Old 03-05-2007, 01:38 PM
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Same exhaust system with Jardine muffler:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998-...92610840QQrdZ1

or ebay item number 180092610840
I just put this exact setup on my 9er. Very happy with it. I love the way it looks with nothing between the tail and the tire.... The Jardine looks and sounds great.

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I'd rather have a center stand...

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I'd rather have a center stand...
True...but I'd rather not stink.

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True...but I'd rather not stink.
I take showers daily.

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post #9 of 15 Old 03-05-2007, 09:15 PM
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I just put this exact setup on my 9er. Very happy with it. I love the way it looks with nothing between the tail and the tire.... The Jardine looks and sounds great.
Do you have Pics?

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post #10 of 15 Old 03-06-2007, 11:34 AM
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Does anyone know if the 900rr header is a larger diameter that the stock 919 header???? the 929 954 headers are like 1/4in bigger diameter but dont fit just right. A bigger diameter pipe would make more air flow right???
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Honda919Rider said the 900RR headers are a larger diameter, and he tested a lot of different exhaust systems on his 919 so he ought to know

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So does this mean that just the CBR900RR is the one we need or is a PC3 the way to go?

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So does this mean that just the CBR900RR is the one we need or is a PC3 the way to go?
I'm not quite sure how to answer this since you sound like you might be a little confused. Any CBR900RR header will fit the 919, certain years of the 900RR muffler might not fit on the 919 (but you're not keeping the stock muffler anyway so who cares). A PC3, while not absolutely necessary, will benefit a stock bike, and definitely produce a more tractable powerband with the addition of any new exhaust system. I would recommend a PC3 regardless of whether you plan on changing your exhaust. It won't add power, but it will make the bike's power more usable and improve MPG.

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I'm not quite sure how to answer this since you sound like you might be a little confused. Any CBR900RR header will fit the 919, certain years of the 900RR muffler might not fit on the 919 (but you're not keeping the stock muffler anyway so who cares). A PC3, while not absolutely necessary, will benefit a stock bike, and definitely produce a more tractable powerband with the addition of any new exhaust system. I would recommend a PC3 regardless of whether you plan on changing your exhaust. It won't add power, but it will make the bike's power more usable and improve MPG.
And sometimes they will fail, leaving you very pissed off.

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And sometimes they will fail, leaving you very pissed off.
Check the other thread...the failure may have been my fault. Turns out I'm pissed off at myself

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