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Honda 919 wheels/exhausts and other parts

Morning guys, everything in my original for sale title sold... So here is a new one with pics of stuff:


1 front and rear 919 wheel with PR2 rubber 40% left ($250 obo with rotors)
1 919 front wheel (I have 2 total)
1 set of front 919 rotors in great shape
1 set of F3 front rotors for 6 spoke conversion in great shape
1 919 header, 1 down pipe w/o cat
1 set of stock 919 exhausts with bafflectomy, guards in good shape
1 set of stock 919 exhausts, guards a little scratched
1 919 grab handle
1 919 cush drive with or without sprocket. In good shape, but one stud did back out when I removed the nuts last time. Easy fix.
1 900RR rear rotor
1 919 rear rotor
1 919 Handlebar
1 919 rear mudflap thingy
1 set of delkevic shorty exhaust $200
1 set of black 919 front calipers
FSD LED undertail $120
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4 fully adjustable shock
1 set 2002 forks in great shape

If the delkevics dont sell soon I will just run them and put my stainless Yoshiies up, the Delks are great cans. Looking for offers! Selling to fund the machining on my VFR conversion

I need a 919 or 600RR gold rear caliper if someone has one and needs something.
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Delkevics sold, thanks WT

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Holy hell......thought I was all done modding. I do however have a 900rr rear wheel sitting on a shelf for a rainy days modding.

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All pm's replied, thanks guys

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Are the 6 spoke wheels sold ? If not how much shipped to 95037 ?
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Lol......get in line my friend..looks like I'm 2nd runner up.


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Lol......get in line my friend..looks like I'm 2nd runner up.

Yep, on hold... I think I have responded to everyone who asked for pics etc, if I missed you I appologize please get back to me!

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What color are you going with, Brian has some gold rims but he needs to swap.

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Looks like blues wheels are gonna sell (didnt want to cheese him outta anything) so Ill take this opportunity to let ya know Ill bargain bin mine to someone, on the cheap cause I need a swap out. Or Ill just sell the bike with them on.

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How about the rear rotors? I'm still interested in them.

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just wondering how much would the bafflectomized set would cost plus shipping. i'm in singapore by the way.

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1 front and rear 919 wheel with PR2 rubber 40% left ($250 obo with rotors)
1 919 front wheel (I have 2 total)
1 set of front 919 rotors in great shape
1 set of 10 button CBR600F3 front rotors for 6 spoke conversion in great shape
1 919 header, 1 down pipe w/o cat
1 set of stock 919 exhausts with bafflectomy, guards in good shape
1 set of stock 919 exhausts, guards a little scratched
1 919 grab handle
1 919 cush drive with or without sprocket. In good shape, but one stud did back out when I removed the nuts last time. Easy fix.
1 900RR rear rotor
1 919 rear rotor
1 set of black 919 front calipers
FSD LED undertail $120
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4i fully adjustable shock
1 set 2002 forks in great shape

Couple new things...

1 set of 919 upper and lower triples
1 CBR954 Steering stem


Lots of people have asked about shipping the wheels, it will be between $80-100 to ship to the US for the set with rotors or $40-50 for 1 w/rotors. Stock exhausts are $40-50 a set to ship as well, and I have decided to only sell 1 set and keep the other.

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All pm's replied.... updated list:

1 front and rear 919 wheel with PR2 rubber 40% left ($250 obo with rotors)
1 919 front wheel (I have 2 total)
1 set of front 919 rotors in great shape
1 919 header, 1 down pipe w/o cat
1 set of stock 919 exhausts with bafflectomy, guards in good shape
1 set of stock 919 exhausts, guards a little scratched
1 919 grab handle
1 919 cush drive with or without sprocket. In good shape, but one stud did back out when I removed the nuts last time. Easy fix.
1 900RR rear rotor
1 919 rear rotor
1 set of black 919 front calipers
FSD LED undertail $120 ***SOLD PENDING FUNDS***
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4i fully adjustable shock
1 set 2002 forks in great shape
1 set of 919 upper and lower triples
1 CBR954 Steering stem

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Delkevics sold, thanks WT
Damn !!!
Here I was hoping the Delkevics would not sell and a nice set of early angled outlet stainless TRSs would instead appear.
Maybe it's just as well......................my garage inventory is growing and my better half is noticing.

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Here I was hoping the Delkevics would not sell and a nice set of early angled outlet stainless TRSs would instead appear.
Maybe it's just as well......................my garage inventory is growing and my better half is noticing.
I wish my Yoshiies were the turned down tip ones- they are not. If I can find a set of Satos I still may sell the Yoshiies, I just like round/oval cans better.


List is updated, everything on it is still available

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Hey, Blue, I'm looking to do an F3 front conversion; you still have anything for that? Looked through the posts, but wasn't sure what you had already sold re the F3 parts.

I'm all stock up front right now, but putting a 900RR rear wheel I got from Arctic on the back.

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If anyone is still looking for a 919 seat. I have a recovered silver and black 919 seat in good condition off of a 2002 model. $100.00 shipped within the USA. PM me if interested.

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If anyone is still looking for a 919 seat. I have a recovered silver and black 919 seat in good condition off of a 2002 model. $100.00 shipped within the USA. PM me if interested.
Maybe start a classified thread of your own? I require a 10% fee for selling things in my add hahahaha

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1 front and rear 919 wheel with PR2 rubber 40% left ($250 obo with rotors)
1 919 front wheel (I have 2 total)
1 set of front 919 rotors in great shape
1 919 header, 1 down pipe w/o cat
1 919 grab handle
1 919 cush drive with or without sprocket. In good shape, but one stud did back out when I removed the nuts last time. Easy fix.
1 900RR rear rotor
1 919 rear rotor
1 set of black 919 front calipers
FSD LED undertail $120 ***SOLD PENDING FUNDS***
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4i fully adjustable shock
1 set 2002 forks in great shape
1 set of 919 upper and lower triples
1 CBR954 Steering stem

All the exhausts are gone. Thanks WT!

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I picked up a swingarm, set of turn signal light pods, and a rad from Blue919Guy.
I got out my magnifying glass and found one very slightly bent fin on the rad, a new one in the box would likely have that.
Oh yes, I'm always concerned about how stuff gets packaged.
All my stuff came in one box.
I'm sure it would have survived a fall from the top of the highest building, or a bomb exploding beside it.
AND it all went in one box so I only had to pay for single box shipping.
I dread to think how long it took to box up !

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Thanks Sandy! It was a little feat of engineering to fit everything safely in 1 box

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Big shout out to Helimech for the lead that sold most of my front end parts! Updated list:

1 front and rear 919 wheel with PR2 rubber 40% left (only a rear rotor to go with it)
1 down pipe w/o cat
1 919 grab handle
1 919 cush drive with or without sprocket. In good shape, but one stud did back out when I removed the nuts last time. Easy fix.
1 900RR rear rotor
1 919 rear rotor
1 set of black 919 front calipers
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4i fully adjustable shock
1 set of 919 upper and lower triples
1 CBR954 Steering stem

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No problem Alex, us Canucks gotta work together.
Thanks for the hookup with Larry for the stem.

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No problem Alex, us Canucks gotta work together.
Thanks for the hookup with Larry for the stem.

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No problem Ian! Let me know if I can help your project anymore...

ALL WHEELS SOLD!! Cush drive, sprockets, 919 rear rotor gone.

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1 down pipe w/o cat
1 919 grab handle
1 900RR rear rotor
1 set of black 919 front calipers
1 2002 919 non adjustable shock
1 F4i fully adjustable shock
1 set of 919 upper and lower triples
1 CBR954 Steering stem

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This F4i shock, would that be an upgrade to a stock '02 9er shock? or are they more parallel in quality?

Would I see much of a difference if I made the swap?

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This F4i shock, would that be an upgrade to a stock '02 9er shock? or are they more parallel in quality?

Would I see much of a difference if I made the swap?
Anything is better than the '02 shock. Even if you can find an '04 shock for $50 do it!

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This F4i shock, would that be an upgrade to a stock '02 9er shock? or are they more parallel in quality?

Would I see much of a difference if I made the swap?
I think the shock unit itself is better, and certainly has more adjustability.
But I think all the F4i shocks were for linked rear swingarms, so if the stock spring is on it, it will be way too light for use on the much heavier 919 and its unlinked swingarm.
I also seem to remember some earlier posts about the F4i shock being a bit shorter, but I am not at all sure about that.
For sure, a fair number of people have done the swap, and I don't remember anyone saying there were unhappy afterwards.
If I was doing it, I'd be watching out for spring rate, and making sure I was not compromising my rear chassis ride height to toe point of causing a problem.

What is your intended use ?

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This F4i shock, would that be an upgrade to a stock '02 9er shock? or are they more parallel in quality?

Would I see much of a difference if I made the swap?

I have heard they work, and much better than the stock shock! As Mcromo44 says, the spring rate is lighter than the 919 shock. If you are worried you can swap your stock 919 spring on it, or I also have a stock 919 shock I can throw in for $20 and you can use that spring

Rickard919 is right, anything is better than stock!

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Anything is better than the '02 shock. Even if you can find an '04 shock for $50 do it!
Between the crap damper and the nominal 1200 #/inch spring, it's a buckboard piece at best.
I think a 250 # passenger and a steady blow torch on the shock body would get it into a liveable zone, as long as one rides on a billiard table grade roads.
I don't know how you lasted as long as you did on the original.

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Between the crap damper and the nominal 1200 #/inch spring, it's a buckboard piece at best.
I think a 250 # passenger and a steady blow torch on the shock body would get it into a liveable zone, as long as one rides on a billiard table grade roads.
I don't know how you lasted as long as you did on the original.
I guess I just got use to the pogo stick action of it. I pretended I was riding a horse and kept weight on my feet. That way I wouldn't get "bucked" off.

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Do you still have a set of front calipers for a 919?
If so how much?
Is the F4i rear shock still available?
If so how much?

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I'm tempted to try and snag a rear wheel because of 'issues' I have with mine...but the time is not right

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