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NEW ERION EXHAUST for 919

Brand new Erion single sided exhaust for sale. Comes with clamp, hanger, hanger bracket, springs, bolts, washers, & silicone.

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post #2 of 29 Old 01-11-2011, 12:10 PM
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Which mid-pipe is that? Holy hell.....very sweet one of a kind deal.

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Which mid-pipe is that? Holy hell.....very sweet one of a kind deal.
It's from Two Bros.......................I bought many cans and pipes before going with my Jardine set-up.

I was going to mount it up just to listen to it, but never found the time.

I have about $155 in just the pipe, clamp, hanger mount, silicone, springs, & bolts.

The can is this one:

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Then I had to have a bushing machined for it all to work. It actually turned out WAY better than expected.

IMO single side is the ONLY way to go. It saves a TON of weight and actually makes a little more power.

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How does this mount up to the 919 if its for a kawasaki? I would feel safer buying something like this if there was pics of it installed

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It's a two brothers mid-pipe for the 919......with whatever can you wish.

Many members have mounted pipes with the 2 bros mid-pipe. It drops a ton of weight, looks, sounds great. What's there not to like?

Here's my bike with an arrow can and the same mid. My can is off of a Suzuki gsxr-750.


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Had I not sold my header and gone with the 900rr setup. I would have bought this already.



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How does this mount up to the 919 if its for a kawasaki? I would feel safer buying something like this if there was pics of it installed
You can mount anything if you have a hanger. The can is pretty much just a can. A few years back a member mounted an R1 can in the same way. The key is having a midpipe that routes to where the can needs to be.

In a few years we'll probably all be doing this because there won't be any 919 specific stuff available.

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I'd like to add to this.....and several other members have mentioned this also......

Through an exhaust gas sniffer & via dyno testing my bike with the arrow/2 bros setup.....I've found that with the rich fuel setup from the factory that this single can setup let's the bike run right where it needs to be.

Basically what happened.....I was playing around one day and decided to unhook my PCIII......did a run around the block.....my bike pulled the hardest it ever had. So....off to the dyno to figure out why.....I also was willing to pay for a full custom tune. After a couple pulls....I was told not to bother.

I now run this setup with the stock 919 fueling and I sold my PCIII-USB.

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How does this mount up to the 919 if its for a kawasaki? I would feel safer buying something like this if there was pics of it installed


I went with the Jardine Ti for the same bike (04-05 ZX10). It fits better than the model specific kits that I have used on my other bikes (SV650 & SV1000).





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I'd like to add to this.....and several other members have mentioned this also......

Through an exhaust gas sniffer & via dyno testing my bike with the arrow/2 bros setup.....I've found that with the rich fuel setup from the factory on the 919.....that this setup with the stock fueling puts the bike in it's sweet.

Basically what happened.....I was playing around one day and decided to unhook my PCIII......did a run around the block.....my bike pulled the hardest it ever had. So....off to the dyno to figure out why.....

I now run the setup with the stock 919 fueling.


Mine fuels PERFECT & NO stink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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What's the risk of running lean?
None, the 919 is rich from Honda. That is why a lot of guys have the "stink".

I'm just about right (still a little rich). My Vmax ran better on the lean side, but it was carburated. The Vmax guys always say "Lean is Mean".

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None, the 919 is rich from Honda.
not quite true... its rich in some places, lean in others. the pcIII comes in most useful in correcting the areas that are too lean (specific throttle positions relative to rpm), and fixing bottom end throttle take offs. perfect for rush hour types of traffic and helps smooth out the throttle response.

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So your saying all I need to do is buy the 2 bros mid pipe and it will hook right up? were do you get the mid pipe from?

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So your saying all I need to do is buy the 2 bros mid pipe and it will hook right up? were do you get the mid pipe from?
The mid pipe is included. You will get everything you need for it to fit/work.

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None, the 919 is rich from Honda. That is why a lot of guys have the "stink".

I'm just about right (still a little rich). My Vmax ran better on the lean side, but it was carburated. The Vmax guys always say "Lean is Mean".
To correctly answer the question, running lean is bad for any engine! It gets too hot and just plain ruins stuff. Now, correctly mentioned, the 919 does run a bit rich from the factory. A PCIII is just an interface to be used to see your A/F mixture AND be able to tweak it (upload a custom map into the PCIII). Most of the time, when you modify anything on the exhaust, you can have a great effect on the A/F mixture because you are messing with backpressure. If you lessen backpressure, you'll run a bit leaner. So most here will say on the 919 it's no big deal, as you might be rich to begin with so a little 'leaning out' doesn't hurt it.

But do that on a bike that is lean to begin with and it's best to check your A/F ratios and maybe get it tweaked, either with a jet kit for carbed bikes or a fuel mapping device like the PCIII.

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SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!


But I do have another new in the box can, hanger, & bushing(required for it to work with the Two Bros pipe).

$125 + shipping.


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SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!


But I do have another new in the box can, hanger, & bushing(required for it to work with the Two Bros pipe).

I'll take this one. Where do I send the money? (looks like I'll probably be keeping the 9er)

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I'll take this one. Where do I send the money? (looks like I'll probably be keeping the 9er)
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If rick doesn't take it, I'd like to look at it.



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I'm guessing you bought two mufflers to run them with the stock mid pipe?

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since Paul already sold his Erion I'm not stepping on any toes or hijacking his thread by saying I have the same exact new Erion can that I'd let go for the same price. It's brand new as well and you'll need a midpipe from two bros or have your own made. I had my own made for $30 bucks so it's cheaper to do it that way. It's the cheapest way to put an aftermarket pipe on one of these and it does improve the throttle response on these 9er's. First dibs gets her.

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since Paul already sold his Erion I'm not stepping on any toes or hijacking his thread by saying I have the same exact new Erion can that I'd let go for the same price. It's brand new as well and you'll need a midpipe from two bros or have your own made. I had my own made for $30 bucks so it's cheaper to do it that way. It's the cheapest way to put an aftermarket pipe on one of these and it does improve the throttle response on these 9er's. First dibs gets her.
No worries..............all my stuff is sold.

Keep in mind that you will need a bushing for it to work with the Two Bros pipe.

I never thought of having someone make a pipe.

I can't believe I missed out on your Akrapovic can over on the FZ board.

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No worries..............all my stuff is sold.

Keep in mind that you will need a bushing for it to work with the Two Bros pipe.

I never thought of having someone make a pipe.

I can't believe I missed out on your Akrapovic can over on the FZ board.


Having a midpipe made is the fastest and cheapest way to do these 919 exhaust mods. I use one particular muffler shop and they treat me right on the price....less than half the cost to buy one outright. They've done about 20 on various bikes for me over the past few years. If you have one made you don't need any bushings....that's what a pipe flaring machine is for. Yes, that CF Akro was a beautiful pipe but right now everything I own is a bolt on and I couldn't use it.

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Having a midpipe made is the fastest and cheapest way to do these 919 exhaust mods. I use one particular muffler shop and they treat me right on the price....less than half the cost to buy one outright. They've done about 20 on various bikes for me over the past few years. If you have one made you don't need any bushings....that's what a pipe flaring machine is for. Yes, that CF Akro was a beautiful pipe but right now everything I own is a bolt on and I couldn't use it.
Hmmmm intersting, do you know of dimensions to use for the midpipe?

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Hey PAULIBIKER, could you post a picture of what your bushing looks like?

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Hey PAULIBIKER, could you post a picture of what your bushing looks like?
Ya know, I never thought to snap a pic of it.

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how does a single side exhaust affect the power output? Ive heard it robs a bit of low-down grunt and adds a bit of top-end. is this true?

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how does a single side exhaust affect the power output? Ive heard it robs a bit of low-down grunt and adds a bit of top-end. is this true?


No, it's a big improvement in all aspects of throttle response. Much crisper.

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