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WTB: Aftermarket exhaust

I have been looking forever now and nothing is popping up. Ebay, Kijiji, nothing used and aftermarket. Wish i had grabbed the Satos but being new I had no idea.
If you have something please PM. New user but I bought off Mark61 (bought his Noco Charger).

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How much do you want to spend? Also any idea what sort..like brand, material, loud or quiet.

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No danmoto (from what I understand they are garbage). Budget is pretty open...a new danmoto carbon and delkevics would run me about 400US shipped. I dont like garbage
Open to brand but have seemed to like the sound of Sato (i love watching the youtube vid of one of the members on here at the track), MIVV, Yoshi, etc. Construction material I am open with.
I dont mind loud as long as sound is good

Previous bike had an M4 exhaust and my track bike has a practically open Danmoto.
Shipping since Im in toronto is expensive. Would need to be shipped USPS because of brokerage. All others absolutely rape us canucks

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Good find. Ships to US only though Bryce had a kick ass deal before

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The Delkevic are an excellent exhaust. Well made and they come in several styles. I got a set of stainless long oval cans, but after a year I wanted something louder. The Delkevic system uses a single Y link pipe. It makes for a strong smooth flowing system. It's also 50mm so you can hang any 51mm can onto it. I've been considering a shorter Delkevic can with a slash opening but now will probably get a set of Black widow's.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132091283028
To try this exhaust can style out I brought a cheap pair of cans off AliExpress. They are stainless, come in two lengths, 350mm or 300mm body. Come in carbon too. They are a nice fat pipe, 102mm. Danmoto's are only 89mm. Also well made. Clamp straight onto the Delkevic Y link pipe. Cost was $140 Aud for a pair delivered. I've had them on for several months now, all good, very loud. Local cops haven't pulled me over yet. I'm using a pc111usb so fueling wasn't a problem. A Pvster map worked very well with this open style can.
You can buy all of Delkevic exhaust components separate.
I know you said you didn't want garbage and I'm not sure if you would consider what I've done as garbage, just thought I'd share my path.
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Love to hear a video Islandboy....I dont mind loud at all. Love the afterburner sound (if that makes any sense). Danmotos sound good and i would consider but i am hearing the CF turns yellow after a while.

The Delkevic, I just dont know enough about. I have heard good things but the exhaust doesnt sound much different than stock and quiet just like your initial report.
How did you find the Ali mufflers?

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& those are Gen II's with the rotting cores. That guy is nuts. Mine were Gen I & nearly half that.

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I'd find some new Yoshimuras in a box somewhere & call it a day.

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& those are Gen II's with the rotting cores. That guy is is nuts. Mine were Gen I & nearly half that.
Lesson learned. I should have taken advantage of you while you were vulnerable :P

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I'd find some new Yoshimuras in a box somewhere & call it a day.
Yoshis go for 670$US here. Cha ching! My bike was 3400US so thats a pretty penny on an exhaust!

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dan motos aren't that bad. Plus the fact that they're shorties cleans up the rear real nice. IMO

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Lesson learned. I should have taken advantage of you while you were vulnerable :P
Like I said above, get these & get riding....don't learn the same lesson twice.

https://www.revzilla.com/product/yos...b919-2002-2007

Yoshi are good. I think the triangular shape matches the tail & tank well. $500ish beans brand new. Not a fan of the polished look but here is a set of carbons...maybe last ever.

https://www.amazon.com/Yoshimura-Exh.../dp/B000WJIS3A

A new member just posted sound with the Yoshimuras--sound great--the bike does most the work.

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Cheap ass AliExpress cans hanging of Delkevic Y link pipe.
https://youtu.be/rOTSZ3AiwYY

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& those are Gen II's with the rotting cores. That guy is nuts. Mine were Gen I & nearly half that.
What shoiuld these be worth used?

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300? 500? 800?

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I'd go $500 IF the cores are good OR you can get replacements.

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You know, I donít live that far from that guy and I could be persuaded to go inspect them/transship them out of the country.

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I talked to the ebay guy. Very nice fella. Got the price down reasonably. About 25US apart at this point. Not a deal breaker or anything but the canadian dollar is absolute garbage right now. I've gotta decide if I should go with a brand new MIVV x-cone or this as it really is sight unseen. The pics look good but if the core goes Im up shts creek. I dont like to throw garbage on the bike neither do i buy stuff that will fail quick. I am definitely open to advice. The Yoshi new are way more than Id like to spend, again due to the currency conversion.

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You know, I donít live that far from that guy and I could be persuaded to go inspect them/transship them out of the country.
Thank you for the offer. That is quite generous of you!

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I just installed my Delkevics with the 90mm CF shorties. Its absolutely nothing like stock. I don't even think it'd be considered remotely close to stock even if I had the silencers in. Too early to tell what the durability is like but as Islandboy mentioned, and based on some great info I got from user Nealio, Delks appear to be top notch. On top of that, their customer service is excellent. Quick and detailed answers. I'm certain they will ship to Canada.

The install is still pretty fresh in my head and I've got many pics, if you want to consider the Delks and want more info do not hesitate to ask, I'll do my best to answer your questions.
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Thanks Al,

Guess the question is is new Delkevic, MIVV xcone or the used Sato? All are within a few bucks of each other with the sato being more. What would WT do?

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I was holding out for Sato's for quite a while but couldn't wait. On the other hand, the Delks come with a y-pipe to replace the heavy stock unit, which drops about a pound but makes the install a bit more involved because its not exactly a slip-on and off affair. Also, you get a range of cans to choose from so you can choose your look and sound. I just missed their Black Friday sale when I purchased and that would have knocked another $100 of the price iirc.

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Couldnt find anything on the link besides stock pipes or beaten up junk.
i didn't say anything about cheap, i said quality. I just don't want to pay 25% the bikes value.

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The Delkevic are excellent quality. Sound great, and much louder than stock. I probably got the most quiet model. I regret getting such a long, heavy style. Wish I had got a shorter, round, slash type. And I will next time. Once I installed a windscreen a lot of wind noise was put onto my helmet. I just couldn't here my pipes much at speed. I was already beginning to regret the size and weight. Here are some close up pics of my AliExpress cans. They have around 2000kms on them. Build quality is OK, great when you consider the price. Nothing has come loose or gone weird. One has a poor join underneath. See pics.
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was going to ask you the length....
I dont mind the longer ones but i am assuming longer means like stock sound which given I'm in the city, isn't beneficial. Texters, distracted drivers, pedestrians that like to jay walk. We got it all here.
How hot do those pipes get? I enjoy 2up with the wife

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Here is a pic of the Delkevic when they were on the bike. I put on extra bracket on them. Too long and heavy for one bracket, in my opinion. Neither the Delkevic or the AliExpress get too hot to touch. Although I couldn't say how a passenger would go with the lack of heat shield on the link pipe. I never get any heat from it but I also don't ride two up so can't say if a passenger would. You could always go for the single side low mount option.
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Couldnt find anything on the link besides stock pipes or beaten up junk.
i didn't say anything about cheap, i said quality. I just don't want to pay 25% the bikes value.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Delkevic-Ex...Zamuc8&vxp=mtr

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You know, I donít live that far from that guy and I could be persuaded to go inspect them/transship them out of the country.
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You rock Bryce! For some reason (maybe because canada) I can't get these hits unless linked.

Is there a difference between years and exhaust or all 02-07s the same fitment?

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Those Delkevic pipes use two separate link pipes and you retain the stock Y pipe. Delkevic also make a slightly different link system which I believe is better. It's a single Y link pipe which does away with the stock Y pipe and the two separate link pipes. All in one and stainless. Makes for a very solid setup, less joins and weight.

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Would this system be a plug and play or would I still need the Y pipe? For 150 id buy that in a heartbeat. Not CF or Ti but its cheap

I think this is it?
http://www.delkevic.us/index.php?rou...roduct_id=1167

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That is a great price and they will fit straight onto your bike. The link pipes clamp onto your stock Y pipe.

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Here is a pic of the Delkevic when they were on the bike. I put on extra bracket on them. Too long and heavy for one bracket, in my opinion. Neither the Delkevic or the AliExpress get too hot to touch. Although I couldn't say how a passenger would go with the lack of heat shield on the link pipe. I never get any heat from it but I also don't ride two up so can't say if a passenger would. You could always go for the single side low mount option.
Is that the 14 or 18" one? You were saying you would go shorter? Which one would you have gone with?

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I had got the 18" oval. Wish I had got the 14" round . Could probably cut them down but will most likely buy new round slash pipes.

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Get them Yoshi's! Secondhand but half the new price. Superb build quality. You never really hear anything bad about them. I think that angular look fits the 919. Couple little dings won't matter, means you won't be sweating about the first mark you put on them. Nice find.

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I have a set of stainless two brothers slip one's I'd be willing to let go for the right price, they sound great but there a little to long, I though about cutting them down but I may just put my Dan motors back on or do the cbr900 header install

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