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WTB:900rr exhaust setup

Anyone interested in parting with theirs?

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post #2 of 23 Old 06-02-2010, 03:24 PM
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Thinking about this the other day as I surfed the net - I'm presuming a set for the 1999 900rr Fireblade fit? If so why not buy brand new as the Delkevic ones are very cheap.

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Look spunky too!!!!

You should buy them and let us know how they fit.

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Interesting find! I never heard of them. Looks too cheap to be real but appears to be real.

Somebody needs to try buying them.

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Interesting find! I never heard of them. Looks too cheap to be real but appears to be real.

Somebody needs to try buying them.
Looks nice, but I would be interested in seeing a comparrison before plopping down 2-3 times the cost of a stock 900rr header.

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Looks nice, but I would be interested in seeing a comparrison before plopping down 2-3 times the cost of a stock 900rr header.




You obviously haven't priced a used 900RR header off of Ebay lately. You're gonna pay almost as much for it as you will for these brand new Delkevics. I had two used 900RR headers and had almost that much in each one of em. If I had it to do over I'd buy a new Delkevic.

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Great price for a Two Bros....

TWO BROTHERS EXHAUST HEADER OFF A 1995 CBR900RR: eBay Motors (item 190405745489 end time Jun-23-10 11:00:37 PDT)





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I don't know what those are but that picture does not look like a stock '98 RR header to me. Maybe aftermarket but I don't think it's what the ad says it is.

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I don't know what those are but that picture does not look like a stock '98 RR header to me. Maybe aftermarket but I don't think it's what the ad says it is.
Nope, that's an Erion racing or Borla 4 into 1 header, better for high end revs but will slow ya down at low end and midrange....

The Two Bros. is a 4-2-1 and is better for the 919 as it will improve the low to midrange torque...$120 shipped aint bad for the one on Ebay now, even if they did paint it black





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Competition Works Fender Eliminator, modified
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SW-Motech center stand
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Nope, that's an Erion racing or Borla 4 into 1 header, better for high end revs but will slow ya down at low end and midrange....

The Two Bros. is a 4-2-1 and is better for the 919 as it will improve the low to midrange torque...$120 shipped aint bad for the one on Ebay now, even if they did paint it black
But will it fit like the 96-98 stock headers do?

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yes. it will. I have a full two brothers system on my 919.

Well, fire the engines! Spur this iron space-pony on!

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That one is apparently missing the midpipe. You could get something fabricated but figure that into your cost calculations. I like the look of the 2 brothers on the 919. I wonder how it compares on the dyno to the stock 900rr header on a 919.

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That one is apparently missing the midpipe. You could get something fabricated but figure that into your cost calculations. I like the look of the 2 brothers on the 919. I wonder how it compares on the dyno to the stock 900rr header on a 919.
Re-read the listing, the midpipe is included but it's just not in the pictures





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599 Headlight
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Buell M2 shield - plasti dip black
Givi Crash bars
Dynojet PCIII, Custom Akrapovic map
Akrapovic GSXR 750 Exhaust, Shorty Carbon fiber Low mount
Custom weld job on OEM header, to enable use of center stand and GSXR exhaust
VFR front fender, re-shaped and CF wrapped
Seargent seat w/ gel insert
Custom LED Rear lights w/ Vizi-tech flasher
Competition Works Fender Eliminator, modified
Front 3-way LED Turn Signals flushmount via cbr1000r
6-Spoke wheel conversion ( 900rr-rear / F3-front ) Powdercoated white, Plasti-dipped black
Michelin Pilot Road 3 - New @ 19940 8/10/11 190/55r17 rear
Dyna Beads for tire balancing
17t / 44t Sprockets, 520 conversion from LDH
New All-balls bearings thru-out 6/2012
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Ohlins rear shock from an F3, Re-Valved/Sprung- By Pro Pilot Suspension
F4i Forks, custom sprung/sealed/valved, Plasti-dipped Black
ASV shorty clutch and front brake levers - Black W/Red Adj.
Tech-Spec custom tank Pads
Napoleon bar end mirrors
SW-Motech center stand
Custom Handle Bars with Grip Heaters and OEM hidden switch, Hi/Lo heat
FuzeBlocks FZ-1 Power Distribution
Shorai Battery
F2P garage door opener wired to brake switch
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RC51 front brakes SP1, with 10 button rotors
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yes. it will. I have a full two brothers system on my 919.
Sorry to hijack this thread, but Shadow, I see you have engine guards on your 9er. I've been looking for some for a while now and am leaning towards the SW-Motech ones. What's your say on it, and which do you have? Thanks man.

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My bike has the Givi engine guards. They came installed when I bought my bike, and I like how they look so they stayed. a few folks have had issues with weak weld joints on the Givi's, but mine seem to be pretty sturdy. it's just tubular steel with some flat triangular plates as attachment points, so it wwould be an easy fix even if the joints were weak. i have no direct experience with SW-Motech's bars, I haven't even seen many pics of people running them. I think the lines of the Givi's look nicer, I think the Motech bars look kinda clunky...just my opinion, yours may vary... but I'm sure the Motech's work just as well if/when you need em.




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any one knon if you can still get a full system for the 900rr from two brothers seems it is no longer listed. if i see one at a retailers site might have to buy it up.

Common sense. So rare it's a god damn super power.
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or I'll do the delkicivic header and and a 900rr flange on two brothers pipe. although I'm not sold on the single low side exhaust yet but the function before style part of my brain is. The style art of my brain keeps saying go for the 2 up exhaust I love that look .

funny thing is normally the function side of my brain normally wins.

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2005 Honda CBR900RR Exhaust Header, CBR 900 Collector: eBay Motors (item 230447717200 end time Sep-06-10 09:35:51 PDT)

I am interested in changing my bike over after I helped g00gl3it do it on his.

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2005 Honda CBR900RR Exhaust Header, CBR 900 Collector: eBay Motors (item 230447717200 end time Sep-06-10 09:35:51 PDT)

I am interested in changing my bike over after I helped g00gl3it do it on his.
That system will not work on the 919 without major modifications.

Been there tried that......

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2005 Honda CBR900RR Exhaust Header, CBR 900 Collector: eBay Motors (item 230447717200 end time Sep-06-10 09:35:51 PDT)

I am interested in changing my bike over after I helped g00gl3it do it on his.
See here for more info about what Osiris helped me with:

https://www.wristtwisters.com/f94/fin...one-25022.html

I ended up getting '97 headers that did not have the three bolt end piece on it (important to know when deciding what can to get). So I got the slip-on can with a clamp, but they make bolt on cans as well. Just make sure you know your pipe size and can inlet (mine was 61mm on mid-pipe and 63 on can, so just enough to slide on and clamp down tight).

I believe marylandmike got the bolt on mid-pipe, but had a slip on can, so he just cut the pipe off behind the bolt-bracket. That works, too.

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I believe marylandmike got the bolt on mid-pipe, but had a slip on can, so he just cut the pipe off behind the bolt-bracket. That works, too.
Yeah mine had a flange and was all one piece, no removable mid-pipe. Just cut it off and the can slipped right on.

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Hey googl3it,

The bike looks freaking amazing. I love that black powder-coated look. I'm about to get a bunch of parts from my bike powder coated as well. I'm pretty confident I can do most of the tear-down. The only parts that have me concerned are these. Do they hold up the engine or are they held up by it? did you have to drop the engine to get them off?

Any advice you can give?

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Hey googl3it,

The bike looks freaking amazing. I love that black powder-coated look. I'm about to get a bunch of parts from my bike powder coated as well. I'm pretty confident I can do most of the tear-down. The only parts that have me concerned are these. Do they hold up the engine or are they held up by it? did you have to drop the engine to get them off?

Any advice you can give?

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...answer was posted in the above linked thread, for all wondering.

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