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post #1 of 16 Old 01-01-2012, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***FS: Sato cans and PCIII

I bought a 2004 919 a few weeks ago. It had Sato cans and a PCIII USB. It also came with the stock cans. After riding it a few times I came to the conclusion that as sweet as it sounded, it was a bit loud for my tastes. I switched back to the stock cans and removed the PCIII.

The Satos are in very good shape for used cans, no dents, dings or scrapes. No visible blemishes. I can send some higher res pics if desired.
They also come with the heat shields and necessary mounting hardware minus one of the four hose clamps used for mounting the heat shields. The heat shields were never mounted on the bike.

I'd prefer to sell them as a set. I'm asking $400 shipped.

Heinz
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post #2 of 16 Old 01-01-2012, 09:09 PM
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Good deal. Wish I had that much to burn though.

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post #3 of 16 Old 01-02-2012, 05:07 AM
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That's one hell of a deal there!

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They are still here? Thats a deal!

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They are still here? Thats a deal!
Still taking up space in my garage.

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I don't need the exhaust because I'm building my 900rr setup but would love to buy the PCIII if you'd consider selling separate

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post #7 of 16 Old 01-02-2012, 11:34 AM
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I'm in the same boat. Interested in the PCIII only if you get to that point, and it gets past Januik of course.

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I bought a 2004 919 a few weeks ago. It had Sato cans and a PCIII USB. It also came with the stock cans. After riding it a few times I came to the conclusion that as sweet as it sounded, it was a bit loud for my tastes. I switched back to the stock cans and removed the PCIII.

The Satos are in very good shape for used cans, no dents, dings or scrapes. No visible blemishes. I can send some higher res pics if desired.
They also come with the heat shields and necessary mounting hardware minus one of the four hose clamps used for mounting the heat shields. The heat shields were never mounted on the bike.

I'd prefer to sell them as a set. I'm asking $400 shipped.

Heinz
These appear to to be the earlier large bore versions.
I think those were better made than the later ones, referring to the cores in particular.
That said on posts I have seen on this site.
Nice package for whomever buys it.
(No need at my end, already being "Yosh'd and PC'd")

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HOLY COW!! That is one helluva great deal!! I wish I had the money for this.... Ughhh....

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Thanks for all the interest.

A sale is pending. If it falls through I will give priority based on times that PMs were sent.

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WOW could of got at least 600 bucks for that set up, great deal

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Sunovabitch! Man if I had my tax returns right meow I'd have sent the payment millenia ago. Fack

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Thanks again Heinz. I know he is new to the WT community but this was a painless transaction with excellent communication. Would defiantly do business with again. Now if only it was spring time...

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Thanks again Heinz. I know he is new to the WT community but this was a painless transaction with excellent communication. Would defiantly do business with again. Now if only it was spring time...
Thanks for the positive feedback!

The rest of y'all keep that positive feedback in mind because I'm on the verge of selling my 2007 Aprilia Tuono once I've prepped it (oil/coolant change, clutch/brake bleed, etc.).

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