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post #1 of 11 Old 08-27-2010, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Delkevic Stubby Stainless 919 Exhaust for sale

Delkevic Stubby Stainless 919 Exhaust for sale, in Canada. I bought a set of Yoshiies to try. Great condition. Shoot me a Pm if you are interested

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He was on a 2:58 today. I guess he forget he posted this? Dunno.

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Oh Ya still use the RZ for my Cal. street machine, love it...

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Sorry guys, I am on here alot at work looking at stuff for my 919...

I still have the cans. A couple local guys were interested but have not picked them up. I wanted a Canadian sale because you guys get such good shipping rates/low tax that you would be better off buying directly from Delkevic. I want $240 for my set of cans. I paid $289 + $60 shipping and around $80 taxes/import fees if I remember correctly so it is a good deal for us up here.

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Thks for the reply, I was look'in for (one can use only) to replace a heavy Two brothers Carbon two can system for track days... But thks anyway

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How you like the Yoshis - I'm pretty chuffed with mine. I've always been impressed with Yoshimuras quality.

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How you like the Yoshis - I'm pretty chuffed with mine. I've always been impressed with Yoshimuras quality.
I love the Yoshies. Between them and the custom map from a very generous member on here I picked up a few HP in the midrange for sure. The mounting hardware is beautiful. The finish is great. The fact they want you to use the stock 919 heat shield on the intermediate pipe is gay. I will be grinding my tabs off and polishing the stainless back up in the winter.

My Yoshies did not come with the baffles- anyone know if I can grab them seperatly from somewhere? There is a little bit of drone on long rides at the same RPM Im hoping they will cure. Cheers

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My Yoshies did not come with the baffles- anyone know if I can grab them seperatly from somewhere? There is a little bit of drone on long rides at the same RPM Im hoping they will cure. Cheers
I agree re the factory heat shields - I dumped them too - the shape is wrong when used with the triangular yoshis and they cover the spunky mid pipe and springs. I too will end up grinding off the tabs .... sometime!


Yoshi USA sell the inserts - they put me on to the Australian supplier and he wanted too much (I was after a spare set to chop in half) consequently I'm making a experimental set as the inserts are pretty quiet and I am after a in-between volume.

If you get a price from Yoshi USA let me know what it is - I'd be interested to see the difference.

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