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post #1 of 12 Old 04-30-2010, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if any front & rear brake rotors off of other Honda models will work on the 919? I am wanting to buy some aftermarket rotors and having a hard time finding many opions for 919! I looked at the reverse parts lookup on Ronayers.com and they all seem to be 919 specific?


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You can still get Galfer products for the 919 if you got the money for them. I am doing the CBR900/600F3 wheel conversion and will be using the 600F3 front rotors, but will be using the F3 wheel as well. Sorry, not much help.

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Yeah, $400 each!!!!! I don't think so but thanks anyway!


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f4i rotors work up front if im not mistaken. oh, and if anyone wants 900/f3 wheel set up i got a set ill let go for cheap to get em out of my garage

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I've got some 10 button rotors from a 600 I'm going to try. As for the rear the 919 is 240mm. All CBR's,VTR's and RC51's 220mm and all VFR's 750/800 256mm. Have you seen the Artrax or Revolution's?

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post #7 of 12 Old 05-02-2010, 08:03 PM
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Breaking from Tucker rocky or parts unlimited paid 380$ for the set,works and looks great.

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post #8 of 12 Old 05-03-2010, 03:16 AM
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Found a linky yesterday for you then my computer froze ........ can't remember which site it was either!

VTX1800 was in the list. F4i

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post #9 of 12 Old 05-03-2010, 03:04 PM
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the one on my brothers 2006 cbr600rr looks the same, the rear that is

use the tool on ron ayers that will tell you what makes and models share that same part number

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The Ron Ayers tool shows none are shared! I have a hard time accepting that but thats what it says!


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for a parts bin bike...finding no parts shared makes that statement a little "off" now.

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Found a linky yesterday for you then my computer froze ........ can't remember which site it was either!

VTX1800 was in the list. F4i
Got a vtx1800 sittin in my garage next to the 919.... vtx1800 rear is FAR bigger than the 919.... fronts look the same, but the VTX has a 6 piston caliper.

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