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post #1 of 26 Old 04-05-2018, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: Aftermarket Exhaust II

I am also searching for an aftermarket slip on setup. I just dropped all my extra cash on the bike so can't get a new one just right yet. I like the sound of the Danmoto stuff, and I am not picky as long as it sounds good. Will be going Mivv in the future. Just pm me or post it here. I will use paypal or local cash pickup. Thx

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Thanks for the link. I should have stated that i do dislike a couple manufacturers. I do not care for Yoshi, Muzzy or Kerker. They have a "tinny" sound imo.

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Thanks for the link. I should have stated that i do dislike a couple manufacturers. I do not care for Yoshi, Muzzy or Kerker. They have a "tinny" sound imo.
Based on those brands, I would suggest you reevaluate your opinions as I'm guessing they're based on old information. I don't think Muzzy or Kerker have made exhausts for quite a few years...

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The Yoshis sound nice on the 9er, I've heard them s few times, would be my second choice over Sato's.

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Thanks for the link. I should have stated that i do dislike a couple manufacturers. I do not care for Yoshi, Muzzy or Kerker. They have a "tinny" sound imo.
Based on those brands, I would suggest you reevaluate your opinions as I'm guessing they're based on old information. I don't think Muzzy or Kerker have made exhausts for quite a few years...
Right on, well im 40 and been out of the game a while. Guess I need to brush up. Thanks for your offer.

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The Yoshis sound nice on the 9er, I've heard them s few times, would be my second choice over Sato's.
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You're better off saving your money for a rear shock before you do exhaust.

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SO the factory shock stinks?

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Satos are pretty sweet

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SO the factory shock stinks?
Thats an understatement. I spent so much money on my 919 doing all kinds of mods, with suspension being one of the last. I wished I had done it first as I enjoyed it the most.

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Agree that suspension should be #1 - best thing anyone can do to any bike.

But seeing as this is an exhaust thread, I have Yoshimura on mine and there is absolutely zero 'tinny' sound... Very deep, throaty, and delicious... (I'll leave the door open here)

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Ok ok I will look at yoshi too. Need to check out the youtube in them. But on a good note all I need is the extension pipes that come from the y pipe for slipons or a new extended y pipe. I cam across some slip ons and want to see if I can get just y pipe or extensions like the ones that come with danmoto cans. I am also on the hunt for an f4i front fork setup and the rear shock as well.

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Ok ok I will look at yoshi too. Need to check out the youtube in them. But on a good note all I need is the extension pipes that come from the y pipe for slipons or a new extended y pipe. I cam across some slip ons and want to see if I can get just y pipe or extensions like the ones that come with danmoto cans. I am also on the hunt for an f4i front fork setup and the rear shock as well.

You wont need anything. No cutting. Just remove exhaust heat shield on the bottom and youll see the clamp.

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You wont need anything. No cutting. Just remove exhaust heat shield on the bottom and youll see the clamp.
I could be wrong but I did look at it and it seems way to low and the angle is off for slip ons to be in current position of stock cans. I am talking about a basic slip on, not one with a built in extension. They came off an sv1000, set of D and D's . I am getting them for free so I am not complaining. I have decided to save up for a sato kit after I get the suspension sorted.

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I could be wrong but I did look at it and it seems way to low and the angle is off for slip ons to be in current position of stock cans. I am talking about a basic slip on, not one with a built in extension. They came off an sv1000, set of D and D's . I am getting them for free so I am not complaining. I have decided to save up for a sato kit after I get the suspension sorted.
Satos you can't get new anymore so you'd be looking at used cans. They have Gen 1s and Gen 2s. I barely know anything but the Gen 1s are sought after due to the cores being more open and less likely to rot out (confirmation welcome). I was looking for several months but it appears going rate is roughly 500US for them. Again, be prepared to repack them. Gen 2 you can still get the cores so dont let that deter you (65US Each).

Honda CB 900 Hornet all Years Titanium GP [EX-00108] - $329.40 : Danmoto, Motorcycle Racing Parts & Accessories

Something like this may not be bad. The biggest Dan Moto complaint is that the carbon discolours and yellows. I run a danmoto GP on my track bike and no problems.

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Delkevic make a stainless Y link pipe that replaces the stock link pipe and it's also extended, doing away with separate link pipes. I believe they also make seperate link pipes.
The Delkevic single Y link pipe will allow you to fit most 51mm exhaust cans. Its a very solid piece. You may have to get creative with the hanger bracket. Delkevic will sell their components seperate. See pic. I've just hung some cheap chinese cans off a Delkevic Y link pipe. Perfect fit. Bloody loud. I've got more pics off the setup if ya want.
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Satos you can't get new anymore so you'd be looking at used cans. They have Gen 1s and Gen 2s. I barely know anything but the Gen 1s are sought after due to the cores being more open and less likely to rot out (confirmation welcome). I was looking for several months but it appears going rate is roughly 500US for them. Again, be prepared to repack them. Gen 2 you can still get the cores so dont let that deter you (65US Each).

Honda CB 900 Hornet all Years Titanium GP [EX-00108] - $329.40 : Danmoto, Motorcycle Racing Parts & Accessories

Something like this may not be bad. The biggest Dan Moto complaint is that the carbon discolours and yellows. I run a danmoto GP on my track bike and no problems.
I'm not against danmoto cans, I think they sound pretty good, wish they were longer so the fumes would exit farther back. I could by the del y pipe for the danmoto's hmmmm, well we will have to see the shape of these dd's. If they are rough I may go that route.

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Delkevic make a stainless Y link pipe that replaces the stock link pipe and it's also extended, doing away with separate link pipes. I believe they also make seperate link pipes.
The Delkevic single Y link pipe will allow you to fit most 51mm exhaust cans. Its a very solid piece. You may have to get creative with the hanger bracket. Delkevic will sell their components seperate. See pic. I've just hung some cheap chinese cans off a Delkevic Y link pipe. Perfect fit. Bloody loud. I've got more pics off the setup if ya want.
Thats exactly what I need island! Yeah shoot me some more pics, I think those cans look cool, especially the tips.

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Alrighty then.
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In terms of the Y pipe, is it less restrictive than the factory? Does it remove the Cat?

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I reckon it would be less restrictive. Does away with any link pipes so straight away less joins, more free flowing. And no cat.
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I sent del an email requesting to buy a y pipe. They didnt have it listed on their site or I missed it. This will get rid of the cat and let me run whatever slip ons I want. I see this is a win win. And yeah Island those things are super straight through lol. Bet they are loud but still sound good.

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I got this from the Australian Delkevic site. The pic shows the Y link pipe. I contacted Delkevic, Aus, and was told all exhaust components could be brought seperate. I ended up buying a complete exhaust system but no longer run the Delkevic pipes. I do remember the chap telling me that there were two styles of link pipes. A single Y link pipe and the other being two separate link pipes and you retain the stock Y pipe. He also said they were going out of one type. I just don't remember which. But another member here recently bought and fitted a Delkevic system and he requested and got the single Y link pipe, so you should be right. Their pipe clamps are good as well. The one at the bottom and the two at the top.
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I’ve had the Delkevic system on mine for almost two years now and I have no complaints (Y pipe w/ 18” carbon ovals). It does get rid of the converter and frees up flow a bit. 10 thumbs up on it.

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The Yoshis sound nice on the 9er, I've heard them s few times, would be my second choice over Sato's.
I absolutely love the music my twin can Yosh TRS's make !
And when not on the boil, they are quite unobtrusive to others.

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