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WRECKED 2007 9er! WTB 919 Parts

Went off on a long sweeping curvy road late at night at about 40-50mph. Zoned out and lost focus in the middle of a corner...don't ride tired folks.
Walked away super lucky. Minor injuries, major soreness.
The bike is straight too, despite doing a skid and flipping over on it's face.
Help me out here

Parts needed:

-Headlight assembly (including ALL brackets)
-Complete gauge cluster (is there a difference in late model gauges from early model?)

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Went off on a long sweeping curvy road late at night at about 40-50mph. Zoned out and lost focus in the middle of a corner...don't ride tired folks.
Walked away super lucky. Minor injuries, major soreness.
The bike is straight too, despite doing a skid and flipping over on it's face.
Help me out here

Parts needed:

-Headlight assembly (including ALL brackets)
-Complete gauge cluster (is there a difference in late model gauges from early model?)
04+ gauges have a different connector for one side (they deleted a ground wire), and adds a clock.

02-03 has a 9 position connector
04+ 6 position connector

I have 04+ gauges on my 2002. I just pushed the pins out of the connector, put some shrink wrap over the wires, plugged them together and added salt and pepper to taste. Errr uhh, shrunk the wrap and called it a day.

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04+ gauges have a different connector for one side (they deleted a ground wire), and adds a clock.

02-03 has a 9 position connector
04+ 6 position connector

I have 04+ gauges on my 2002. I just pushed the pins out of the connector, put some shrink wrap over the wires, plugged them together and added salt and pepper to taste. Errr uhh, shrunk the wrap and called it a day.
Thanks, good info!
So I'm looking for the later model 04+ gauges.

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There are chinese knockoffs on ebay for dirt cheap. Appear to be for 04+, but it's really hard to tell from the pictures.

They say 2002-2007. I think I even saw one that said 2002-2009. Just a wee bit of misinformation on the internet.

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There are chinese knockoffs on ebay for dirt cheap. Appear to be for 04+, but it's really hard to tell from the pictures.
I've seen those but remain skeptical..
Given the choice if no one has a used set available, I might have to considering the $784 price tag of new OEM gauges.

the headlight / gauges are often the first thing to go in a spill.

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Kosos are a couple hundred...

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There's Chinese gauge cluster housings available on ebay if your internals are ok. I got one and it's not the quality of OEM but not terrible either.

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Ah, $784 is for the entire cluster + the cluster wiring and lights from honda at full price..
Stock cluster is still expensive, and my internals are trashed..

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Well, damn. Sorry to hear about the accident but glad you're ok. I'm getting things together for some repair myself. Lost a fight with a big puddle of coolant in a corner :/.

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I may have some bits and pieces slightly out of shape for the front...

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Well, damn. Sorry to hear about the accident but glad you're ok. I'm getting things together for some repair myself. Lost a fight with a big puddle of coolant in a corner :/.
Sorry to hear of the coolant showdown. At the very least, you get to retain your dignity when the situation was beyond your control. My situation? yeah total idiot target fixation - the more I think about it the more I myself.

Beef, I have some replacement parts pieced together totaling out to $250 for headlight, bracket, covers, bolts, etc. But gauges are going to be tough to source a decent used OEM set.
What do you have and how slightly are we talking..haha

Oh! I forgot to mention.
The Arai Profile/Signet Q is the only helmet line I've ever found that's truly the right fit for me.
Without a doubt, my arai profile is the most expensive loss here. >_<
Probably gonna stick with an icon airmada for now.

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Kosos are a couple hundred...
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Thats what I would do.

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Sorry to hear of the coolant showdown. At the very least, you get to retain your dignity when the situation was beyond your control. My situation? yeah total idiot target fixation - the more I think about it the more I myself.

Beef, I have some replacement parts pieced together totaling out to $250 for headlight, bracket, covers, bolts, etc. But gauges are going to be tough to source a decent used OEM set.
What do you have and how slightly are we talking..haha

Oh! I forgot to mention.
The Arai Profile/Signet Q is the only helmet line I've ever found that's truly the right fit for me.
Without a doubt, my arai profile is the most expensive loss here. >_<
Probably gonna stick with an icon airmada for now.
I thought I had more bits. Unfortunately all I can offer up is 61311-MCZ-650. The bit that feeds into the upper triple on one side is slightly bent (about 1/8") It needs to be cleaned up and painted. There are spots where the OE finish is gone and has started to rust. PM me your zip if interested. I'm only asking that you cover shipping. Can post a pic if you want to see how ugly it is first.

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I have a usdm gauge face or board if you get a Chinese housing. Is your wire Harness still good that plugs into the back of the gauge face?

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Also might have the steel cage that everything bolts on. It has a little tweak but is more than usable. I'll see what else I have.

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Is everyone referring to Part# 21?
If so mine is bent, but still looks to be in one piece.
Related question: Replacing that headlight stay, does this require removing the top triple?

If I'm going to spend that much on OEM parts, might as well go this route...
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Yes, part #21.

If you want to go cheap, delkevic offers a cheap 7" round headlight. Single bulb design, but good n cheap

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Ah, $784 is for the entire cluster + the cluster wiring and lights from honda at full price..
Stock cluster is still expensive, and my internals are trashed..

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Thanks todi!

Updated parts list (just making sense of nonsense at this point)
-599 headlight assembly and bucket
-dual headlight wiring harness
-cluster
-radiator grille
-right side engine cover
-bar end mirrors
-motovation sliders
-ten billion replacement allen screws..
-helmet
-gloves
-boots
I already have:
-New tank
-New tail cowl
-New alternator cover

$_$ this will be fun

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-599 headlight assembly and bucket
-dual headlight wiring harness
The 599 headlight assembly and bucket, you can getit from the same place for ~180 + 15 S&H. For wiring harness, get some H4 and H11 connectors and build your own one for ~$10 (waiting for mine to come from the People's Republic).

If your head fits the Shoei's, I have a XL black Quest I can part with.

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Many thanks to the WT community - everyone has been super helpful.
My noggin measures just 22" which lands me squarely in the size small range for helmets. Being an extra long oval make fitment awkward as well.
Anyone here have experience with the airmada?

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Many thanks to the WT community - everyone has been super helpful. My noggin measures just 22" which lands me squarely in the size small range for helmets. Being an extra long oval make fitment awkward as well. Anyone here have experience with the airmada?
I feel your pain. I also have a long oval head shape that so far only fits comfortably in an Arai Profile. If you find anything else that works let us know!

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New gear arriving soon.
New parts just ordered.

I'm worried that if they don't have my requested parts in stock, they'll pull a partsgeek.com on me and just ship me what they have without a notification that something was out of stock.

Anyone have any good/bad experiences with partzilla?

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I feel your pain. I also have a long oval head shape that so far only fits comfortably in an Arai Profile. If you find anything else that works let us know!
Currently pretty impressed with the Icon Airmada.

It truly is a long oval head form!! (I got the white/black Chantilly one for less than half the price of a new arai signet Q)
If the profile fit you fine, the airmada will too.

The profile is sliiiiiightly longer oval-just barely, and the signet q is even just a smidge longer than the profile.
It flows way more air too, the shield refuses to fog, and the visor mechanism is much more durable.

The profile hugs your ears and cheeks more. This icon feels roomy at the ears and doesn't smoosh my cheeks. Just up to your preference there as both are a snug fit around the crown and neck.
In the arai profile I found myself accidentally biting the inside of my mouth over bumps and my ears would ache after long rides of being a bit cramped. Not so on the icon airmada!
Beginning to wonder why the arai is so expensive....the shell is a little stiffer, sure...but the Icon is an absolute steal considering it's a world ECE standard instead of SNELL in addition to just being a better helmet to live with day to day.
I can't comment on loudness since the profile was my first helmet and the airmada seems to be just as loud.
in fact loads of people complained about the loudness of the profile, but I just ride with earplug anyway.

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Refuses to fog? Keep in mind its spring in south Texas. Go find a convenience store cooler and stick your head in it.

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Refuses to fog? Keep in mind its spring in south Texas. Go find a convenience store cooler and stick your head in it.
refreshing!

the arai profile would fog blind with every breath on a humid day. it was miserable. This is miles better than that, and that's good enough for me!

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Refuses to fog? Keep in mind its spring in south Texas. Go find a convenience store cooler and stick your head in it.
If you've got a pin lock face shield it really won't fog. Here in N GA it gets really humid in the spring and summer and some anti fog protection is a necessity.

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New gear arriving soon.
New parts just ordered.

I'm worried that if they don't have my requested parts in stock, they'll pull a partsgeek.com on me and just ship me what they have without a notification that something was out of stock.

Anyone have any good/bad experiences with partzilla?
Just pulled the trigger on the 599 headlight mod too Let's see who gets it first

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Just pulled the trigger on the 599 headlight mod too Let's see who gets it first
Got an email that my parts will be shipped next Monday

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my parts were supposed to ship yesterday, but we'll see. depending on your job, you'll likely beat me to it!

Also, what harness are you using?
I bought the eastern beaver harness and it is seriously top notch.

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my parts were supposed to ship yesterday, but we'll see. depending on your job, you'll likely beat me to it! Also, what harness are you using? I bought the eastern beaver harness and it is seriously top notch.
I'm makings my own harness out of parts bought for ~$5:

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I'm makings my own harness out of parts bought for ~$5:

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Badass, that looks good mate
I would have made an absolute mess of it trying to build my own!
Plus the extra insurance the inline fuse and dual relays provide is worth it for my peace of mind. Peace of mind is an elusive thing post motorcycle crash

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Badass, that looks good mate
I would have made an absolute mess of it trying to build my own!
Plus the extra insurance the inline fuse and dual relays provide is worth it for my peace of mind. Peace of mind is an elusive thing post motorcycle crash
did not put it together yet, maybe this week. btw, got an email that the parts delivery slipped to Wed vs Mon so no rush for me to finish the harness

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New tank, cowl, 599 headlight, engine covers, and lots of little painting pieces.
Mirrors still in the mail.

First day back in action, and I am stupendously excited to be back in the saddle.

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New tank, cowl, 599 headlight, engine covers, and lots of little painting pieces.
Mirrors still in the mail.

First day back in action, and I am stupendously excited to be back in the saddle.

The CBR is my co-worker's.



Nice job what mirrors you will be using?

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That looks great man! Nice work .... very clean and factory looking install.

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Nice job what mirrors you will be using?
I had a previous good experience with these ebay mirrors: 7 8" Bar End Rearview Side Mirror for Honda XR CR CRF CBR Motorcycle Bike ATV | eBay

I bought some more of those, except instead of the PAIN IN THE ASS rubber mounting method you see in the pictures, I bought ones with the tapering metal mounting method. should be much better.

Helimech! thanks, the cluster sits just a little crooked but I think I can fix it. It's hard to tell it was ever down

Thanks to all for the great advice and deals on parts.

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New tank, cowl, 599 headlight, engine covers, and lots of little painting pieces.
Mirrors still in the mail.

First day back in action, and I am stupendously excited to be back in the saddle.

The CBR is my co-worker's.



Looks good. I kinda like the titanium color on the gauges.

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Looks good. I kinda like the titanium color on the gauges.

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