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post #1 of 15 Old 08-27-2012, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***Staintune exhaust slip ons

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I have a like new pair of Staintune exhaust slip ons (with removable baffles). I bought them off Ebay about a month ago for my new to me (2 months) 06' 919. They sound great, but I have decided to part with the bike as it's not for me . I'm putting the stock exhaust back on, and was wondering if there was anyone interested in the Staintunes? I paid $500.00 + shipping (New $1500) , and only put 500-600 miles on them. Willing to let them go for $425 + shipping.
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post #2 of 15 Old 08-27-2012, 09:20 AM
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Apologies in advance for the derail:

Can you explain why the 919 isn't for you? Maybe we can help you with something to help make the 919 work.

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I can't stand the buzz above 50 mph. It's great around town, quick and nimble, but on the highway it's just too high strung for my liking.....

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I can't stand the buzz above 50 mph. It's great around town, quick and nimble, but on the highway it's just too high strung for my liking.....
Understandable, a lot of guys change the gearing to help with that.

I never did because most my miles are in-town/back roads, which the 919 is perfect for.

Heck, I like/liked my 01 ZR7s and 1st Gen SV650 better on the hwy than my 919.

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Never heard of this brand. Does anyone have experience with them? Over the past 4 or 5 days, I've been millimeters away from clicking "Buy" on some Delkevic's in CF, but haven't pulled the trigger yet.

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Never heard of this brand. Does anyone have experience with them? Over the past 4 or 5 days, I've been millimeters away from clicking "Buy" on some Delkevic's in CF, but haven't pulled the trigger yet.
They are a quality brand. I had a set on my previous Triumph. Very nice construction and sound. No problems whatsoever. Fit and finish were great.

I believe they are made in Australia, which tells you they're top notch! (A little nod to our Aussie bretheren.)

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I can't stand the buzz above 50 mph. It's great around town, quick and nimble, but on the highway it's just too high strung for my liking.....
We can very easily fix that! Go with the 17/44 combo, you'll love it on the freeway. LDH has some great deals on sprocket/chain kits. Also swap out the bars, this will help a great deal as well.

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Never heard of this brand. Does anyone have experience with them? Over the past 4 or 5 days, I've been millimeters away from clicking "Buy" on some Delkevic's in CF, but haven't pulled the trigger yet.
Staintune...........that's Australian for silencers mate. Top shelf IMO. Pricey, but worth it. My ST buddies use it as first choice over Two Brothers.



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That's funny these pipes were on my bike before I purchased it. I wanted something different and got him to knock a huge amount off the price by keeping them. He sold them on ebay. Now I have the CF Satos

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I believe they are made in Australia, which tells you they're top notch! (A little nod to our Aussie bretheren.)
Thanks mate. They sure are Aussie made. They are quiet common down here, almost every VTR250 or Firestorm 1000 has a Staintune pipe/s. Something about Staintune and Honda just works. A lot of my mates have them and I can say they are quality pipes. I believe another member from Sydney on here has a set.

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I can't stand the buzz above 50 mph. It's great around town, quick and nimble, but on the highway it's just too high strung for my liking.....
Maybe it's geared for stunting....

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SOLD! Thanks everyone!

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Don't go 'way yet, man - we're still trying to figure "the buzz above 50mph".

You know it's got 6 speeds, right?

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