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post #1 of 41 Old 03-22-2009, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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900rr exhaust done

well i got my 900rr pipe installed today. i think i am done for now. i think next year when i have some money again i will take it back off and have it coated but for now i need to make sure im going to like it, dont want to spend lot of money coating it untill i know i like it. all i have to do now is relocate the plate, ride it to see i im going to need a pcIII which im sure i will.

ok here are the goodies, i had an issue with a could exhaust studs soo..





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above are my new gaskets and new hardware mated with headers
below is my 919 style bracket welded to the 900rr pipe and mounted up. i think it will still take a phobstand though im not sure.i have race stands so i dont need it too. but i am willing to try if anyone wants to lend one so i can try it out.

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after i hacked the flange off,
now a couple close ups of can



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and to finish it off a couple of full shots. will have more when i relocate plate, and a ride report when i get to take it out for a ride

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Curious... you have a better shot of the mounting bracket you made for the header? I was thinking that the 900rr stock mounting tab lined up correctly withe the center stand mounts on the bike?

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yea it was gone when i got the headers but i cut it off a old set of 919 headers tweaked it a little, mounted it all right where it should be, tack welded in a couple of spots, pulled it all back of welded it all up nice, ground off all the ugles, then touched it up with some jb weld (just to smooth it up a bit) then painted that spot low gloss back (hightemp) just to make it look a little nicer.

i can get better pics in the morning

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Great job with that install. The Sato can looks a hell of lot better than the D&D I had on mine.

How much pushing down did you do on the 900rr header to get the clearance for the passenger footrest mount?

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Post us a sound clip! looks great

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3d....incredible job! That Sato can is a work of art. Absolutely first rate install.

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looks amazing. I love that can. Maybe even more than my CF Satos. Time to take off the rest of that whale tail.

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Curious... you have a better shot of the mounting bracket you made for the header? I was thinking that the 900rr stock mounting tab lined up correctly withe the center stand mounts on the bike?
nope steve... they miss lining up by about 1" or so... close... oh so close...

and 3d... you have a great shop and i thoroughly enjoy your how-to's... you take great pictures and explain everything well... thank you...



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The best 900rr exhaust conversion I've seen. . .love that Sato can. I'd like to see someone with aftermarket rearsets and sweep the can at a slightly steeper, sportier angle.

That slim can is a work of art. Wished Sato would've used that smaller size can on their twin-can under seat set up.

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thanks for all the comments.
it clears the foor peg by about 7 millimeters ( about 1/8") very close.
i am working on buying rearsets for it though, that will clean it up alot.
today (work closed on mondays) i will be removing the "whailetail" and relocating plate and light else where.
then hopfully my honda wing stencils will be in today so tuesday night i can start painting the bike.
i will have a sound clip posted today. would have last night but left the keys inside the house, didnt have the energy to go get them. i will today though

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nope steve... they miss lining up by about 1" or so... close... oh so close...

and 3d... you have a great shop and i thoroughly enjoy your how-to's... you take great pictures and explain everything well... thank you...
When I did mine the bracket itself lined up with the centerstand mount, however the holes didn't, so I had to drill a new hole in the bracket, probably about an inch under the existing one.

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Very nice looking. I think that pipe would be to loud for my taste (Sato's site says it is very loud) but it definitely looks sexy!!

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Any plans of going to rear-sets w/o passenger pegs?

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Any plans of going to rear-sets w/o passenger pegs?
that is my plan, will have to figure out how to hold the clamp for the muffler, or maybe i wont have to use the clamp around the muffler if i use the springs to hold it to the tail pipe. not sure yet, if you have any ideas how to pull it off i am all ears

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that is my plan, will have to figure out how to hold the clamp for the muffler, or maybe i wont have to use the clamp around the muffler if i use the springs to hold it to the tail pipe. not sure yet, if you have any ideas how to pull it off i am all ears
I'm guessing the springs should be sufficient. The can weighs next to nothing and you already have good underneath secure mounting.

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Very well done 3d...Lets hear it


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well you all asked for a sound clip so here it is... and you might notice no more "whale tail" i am in the proccess of watching the paint dry on this project, maybe by the time the video loads to photobucket it will be done... damn this thing is ssssssoooooooooo ssssssllllllllllloooooooowwwwwwwwwww. well i will post it in a few minutes

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Damn that looks nice!!! Great Job..... WOW, sounds great too!!!


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huh cant see that the whale tail is gone, but trust me it is, working on new mount now hopfully while have decent pictures.

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oh boy...that is delicious. you are now on my list of heros. that can looks perfect, and the install looks great! nice work!

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where am i on the list compared to lets say.... rossi or superman?

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funny when i hit the gas it shakes the box the camerais sitting on

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there it is loosend the undertail to allow room to mount it, will try for some good mounting pics later. all i have to do now is reregister it and get a new plate... this one has a big ole hole in it from a plate light

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Sounds as good as it looks! Great job. Undertail looks good too.

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Sounds great and we have matching under belly's!

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Sounds amazing!!! Bad to the bone

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Sounds very good...Excellent job 3d


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Best looking conversion yet!

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well...you're like on par w/ LDH as far as heros go; since he basically lives inside a road course... and i haven't seen his handi-work yet. but, you do need to work on that back tire! either someone has been spending too long on the slab, or they are trying to draw smilies in the driveway!

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damn thats the second remark on that damn tire. i took a trip to texas, it was nice and rounded before i left. those roads down there are so harsh a trip to deals gap could not even fix them. i would say in the next 2-3 weeks i will replace them and then scrub off the chicken strips again then post pictures.

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funny when i hit the gas it shakes the box the camerais sitting on

Yeah I noticed that too. She sounds awfully pissed off, me likey

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Sorry if this ground was covered at some point. What Sato can is that exactly? Not sure how I missed this thread but I like that can. I assume that is not sold as a 900rr can so what is it?

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Think I found 'em...towards the bottom of the page

SATO RACING Exhaust Systems

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