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NEW! STILL-IN-THE-BOX GEN-2 TITANIUM SATO's & NEW PC3 FOR 919.

REAL Gen2 Ti Sato's! Never installed! Everything is brand new and in the original packaging as it was shipped from Dan Kyle. PC3 has Dan Kyle/Sato map. Would like to sell slip-on's and PC3 as a complete unit. $900.00 shipped to lower 48 and will ship elsewhere according to shipping charges. (These are the real-deal Ti Sato's that are no longer availible!)
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post #2 of 42 Old 04-10-2009, 08:59 AM
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That's a smokin deal!

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I thought the second generation didn't have the nameplates? Probably confused, but thought someone else might be, as well...and free bump, so don't hate the playa!

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I thought the second generation didn't have the nameplates? Probably confused, but thought someone else might be, as well...and free bump, so don't hate the playa!
You are confused!

Gen 2 refers to the difference between the core diameter and the tip length compared to the originals Sato's for the 919. I believe the current stainless steel Sato's are built to the same spec as the gen 2's, but with less exotic materials. Thankyou for the bump.

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+1 . . . And Err Umm...Why are you selling them


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Its almost worth it to get a 919 if you don't have one -just to get this deal!!!!

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You are confused!

Gen 2 refers to the difference between the core diameter and the tip length compared to the originals Sato's for the 919. I believe the current stainless steel Sato's are built to the same spec as the gen 2's, but with less exotic materials. Thankyou for the bump.


That is also 100% correct.

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Oooooooh. Those are purdy.

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+1 . . . And Err Umm...Why are you selling them
I purchased them about a year after getting my 919 and they have just been sitting on the shelf in my shop. If I haven't installed them by now, then I'm not gunna. I'm also liking quieter bikes in my old age! I have a lot of good stuff just sittin' around and I think it's time to thin the herd a little. I'm giving my fellow WT members first crack at them before I list them on ebay.

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I purchased them about a year after getting my 919 and they have just been sitting on the shelf in my shop. If I haven't installed them by now, then I'm not gunna. I'm also liking quieter bikes in my old age! I have a lot of good stuff just sittin' around and I think it's time to thin the herd a little. I'm giving my fellow WT members first crack at them before I list them on ebay.
how about splitting them up... like selling me the PC3?

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how about splitting them up... like selling me the PC3?
If you pay me $900.00 for the PC3, I'll throw in the Sato's for free!
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Thanks REDROKR. Thats an old Hamer Studio Archtop that use to be my office guitar for a while. Now there's a '56 Les Paul jr. in it's place.

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I'm not very good at it, but I enjoy picking a little too...

Got an old school rack set-up that will emulate any sound from any band from the 70's through the 90's


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Got an old school rack set-up that will emulate any sound from any band from the 70's through the 90's

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will it fetch me beer...?



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LD.. Which less exotic materials would that be??

thanks LD...

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That is also 100% correct.

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Titanium is considered to be an exotic metal, stainless steel is a common metal that is heavier and in some situations more durable, but far less TRICK & COOL than Titanium. Performance wise, they are the same.

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titanium is also a touch lighter than stainless.. and considerably harder to weld properly.. i have to say those sato's are pretty..



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Thats a nice rack system you got there LDH....brings back memories (not all good!) of my road tech days. I really wish guys would have started plugging staight-in a little sooner, if they had, my back wouldn't be so jacked up from lugging around racks the size of a small SUV!

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Bumpity bump bump bump.

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This is a killer deal, spend some of that tax refund $$$.

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If i didn't have my new header for the 900rr conversion I'd be all over it.

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Im really thinking about this one. I hope to have an answer for you by tonight.

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Someone NEEDS to buy these as I can't keep looking at them and have made a vow to myself to keep this bike stock !!

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Someone NEEDS to buy these as I can't keep looking at them and have made a vow to myself to keep this bike stock !!
I make that same hollow pledge with every bike/vehicle I get too. Stock is over rated.

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But I'm really loving the tunes,always had them, just now I can hear them.

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Man, I been thinking about these all day today....They would look sweet on my bike. Decisions, decisions....pipes, guns, pipes, guns....

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Oh no, one of those WT Crackheads! Can't decide between a new pipe or a gun! Maybe the gun can talk someone in to giving you the pipe....



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That's the problem right there.

You buy the pipes then some crackhead steals them for the titanium !!

What,all they need is a 14 mm wrench and there gone to some crackhead in what like five minutes.

OK forget it I'M out I don't support crackheads and I really want a gun to well you know be able to protect my stuff...

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Sato's and PC3 have been sold.

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Who was the lucky person?

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Sato's and PC3 have been sold.

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I'll let that person post up scg.

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Not me I just got a gun !!

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Who was the lucky person?







ill put up picks tomorrow its late and i only just finished the install. they sound awesome BTW.

I need to go eat dinner and I think the wife is mad.

I still think they were worth it just going off of looks and sound Ill test ride tomorrow and post a report.

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