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post #1 of 26 Old 04-02-2014, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***919 low mount exhaust for sale!

Custom low mount exhaust for your '02-'07 CB900F. Comes with everything to plug-n-play on the 919. Utilizes the right side center stand mount. It is slightly louder than the wind noise wearing earplugs (pretty loud if you don't wear ear protection, and sure to get noticed by the neighbors). Everybody that has ridden the bike fell in love with the exhaust note, including myself. Very intoxicating noise at 6k-9k RPMs. All joints tig-welded except for glasspack, and the header/midpipe will work with any slip-on that has a 1.75" ID inlet.

$250 OBO shipped to lower 48 states. Feel free to make an offer or partial trade for your current exhaust.

Here's a youtube vid of the exhaust-

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Not sure yet, but I have a few ideas. Now that I have the Ninja up and running it's time to freshen up the 919. I can't leave nothin' alone Seat, forks, exhaust, FPR, and a few other things are on the list of upcoming mods.

Just need some funding for said upcoming adventures

Most importantly, this exhaust system eliminated the stink. And lemme tell ya, mine ran very, very rich. It ran so rich everyone in class could smell me. It ran so rich that I could easily find my own riding gear based on smell (in a dark room). This exhaust took care of all that. I could attend class and not get accused of wearing motorcycle exhaust cologne!

And it seems as though I need to be as specific as possible after seeing others get angry at each other on here. For all practical purposes, please consider this exhaust 'home-made.' It is high temp spray-painted black. I'm pretty sure it has been in use while in the rain. IT IS A USED EXHAUST SYSTEM It will be packaged properly. It probably has scuffs on the exhaust somewhere. All of the joints were welded by my Dad using a TIG welder and the midpipe is from a Piper Cherokee exhaust. It will probably piss off your neighbors. I cannot guarantee that it will get rid of your '919 stink' problems, but I can tell you that it eliminated the stink on my bike. I will offer a refund minus shipping costs (after I get the exhaust back in the same shape it was in). I am flexible on price if you are seriously interested. If you need more detailed pics just let me know.


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Running 87 octane will help get rid of stink.

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Running 87 octane will help get rid of stink.
Thats what I've heard, but honestly since I've went to 87 mines got worse. GLWS Looks like it will make someone a sweet low mount exhaust.

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Thats what I've heard, but honestly since I've went to 87 mines got worse. GLWS Looks like it will make someone a sweet low mount exhaust.
That's odd my stink is pretty much gone now. Maybe the fuel pressure regulator? I know mine was replaced by the previous owner. Glws with sale Flip, someone will swoop it.

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ahh... Wow.

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And it seems as though I need to be as specific as possible after seeing others get angry at each other on here.
No such things ever happens on WT.... Right hondad?
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Hi Matt,
Any "seat of the pants" comparison between the low mount design and your prior Two Brothers single sided high mount configuration?

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Hi Matt,
Any "seat of the pants" comparison between the low mount design and your prior Two Brothers single sided high mount configuration?
It is about the same. However, I find myself feeling faster than I'm actually going since this exhaust makes more noise than the 2-Brothers. Now, I slam through the gears and look down to find that I haven't been going THAT much faster than the speed limit

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01SVTyler and I went out for a ride last night (he borrowed the 919 and I rode the Ninja) and we made this quick video of the exhaust of what it sounds like under load/riding.


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...this thing feels like a dirt bike!
LOL I love the 919.

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I installed the megaphone I had laying around and fabbed up another support bracket and the sound blew me away. Very smooth, tone idle. Crack the throttle and BRAAP. Get to cruising speed and is a solid tone, not raspy and not too deep.

If this doesn't sell I'm very happy with keeping this exhaust lol
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I installed the megaphone I had laying around and fabbed up another support bracket and the sound blew me away. Very smooth, tone idle. Crack the throttle and BRAAP. Get to cruising speed and is a solid tone, not raspy and not too deep.

If this doesn't sell I'm very happy with keeping this exhaust lol
You need to post an audio clip of that thing!

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I really wish that the kickstand and chain location would allow for the dual low mount. I think that would have looked slick and gave a more cafe 70s cb750 look! Especially since I have the matching megaphone for that side

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For some reason there's an annoying buzz in the video, which is the left side turn signal lens shaking in the housing of the integrated mirrors. Anyway, here's a little taste.


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I love the way your bike looks but I hate that megafone but everyone's style is different.

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For some reason there's an annoying buzz in the video, which is the left side turn signal lens shaking in the housing of the integrated mirrors. Anyway, here's a little taste.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtQsqwszLmU

Sounds pretty awesome man!

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Version 3.0 is underway. Purchased a Hindle titanium off eBay! Seriously surprised nobody has shown any interest other than Crimedog.
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Version 3.0 is underway. Purchased a Hindle titanium off eBay! Seriously surprised nobody has shown any interest other than Crimedog.
Nice looking can! I just ordered the danmoto conical gp to replace my XG1 - that XG1 is so loud my ears would ring for almost 45min after I get to the office. This will be round 2 for finding the right exhaust can! haha

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This Hindle can is quiet. Even quieter than the 2-brothers single high mount I had! And not to mention the low deep ground-pounder rumble at idle

Stay tuned for another video! This setup is pretty damn versatile if you ask me

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The Titanium Hindle can looks a lot more official than either of the other exhausts, but the can itself is pretty dinged up. Yes, those are zip-ties holding up the back of the can. Yes, I am fabbing up an actual mount. Yes, I am a bit of a redneck and wanna temp install stuff prior to really committing to it.

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Is the exhaust still for sale?

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Sold, shipped, and delivered! Lock this thread up!

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