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anyone know who makes these parts and the best place to pick them up?

All parts needed for my 2002 919

yoshimura dual slipons (CF)
renthal handle bars
can someone suggest some rear sets? i hate the stock ones....

and does anyone know what rear sets these are in this picture?



thanks in advance guys!
oh and i registered on here when i was going to sell my 919... and well i am going to stick around..

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The Sato Rear sets are very popular for the 919, Dan kyle racing is a good place to get them

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Well, the rearsets question was already answered, let's move on to 2 & 3... Yoshimura makes the Yoshimura exhaust and Renthal makes the Renthal handlebar

Now, as far as who sells 2 & 3, hmmm, that's a tuffy Honestly though, do your homework online or local (you feel better when you know what the average price including shipping or taxes are), those two items are easy pickins (sp?)

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What name would you like? You can PM me.

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thanks mike

nice snowblower....

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does anyone have any experience with "WRS" rear sets?
heres a set on ebay... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/WRS-R...QQcmdZViewItem

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That's not a snowblower. It's a lawn fertilizer chopper with a chimney thingy leaf blower.

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Yeah the Renthals you can get from almost any motorcycle shop, Satos rearsets , I hate to even say it but Motomummy has them on sale for like 435 shipped although.... More to come on this later, Yoshis .. I like my Satos CF exhaust I got from Dan Kyle cant beat his customer service as well , great guys . Good luck and watch out for Mikes Gbs, put you in the dog house with the old lady... str8

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All parts needed for my 2002 919

yoshimura dual slipons (CF)
renthal handle bars
can someone suggest some rear sets? i hate the stock ones....

and does anyone know what rear sets these are in this picture?



thanks in advance guys!
oh and i registered on here when i was going to sell my 919... and well i am going to stick around..


That's my '03 pictured. The rear sets are black satos. I wasn't going to spend the cash, but they are worth every penny. Absolutely no regrets.

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All parts needed for my 2002 919

yoshimura dual slipons (CF)
renthal handle bars
can someone suggest some rear sets? i hate the stock ones....

and does anyone know what rear sets these are in this picture?



thanks in advance guys!
oh and i registered on here when i was going to sell my 919... and well i am going to stick around..
You can get the Yoshi slip-ons here:

http://www.pipecity.com/Search/Categ...2/Honda/_3/919

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How 'bout elmo919?

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