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Pic's of my 06 919

there she is...

MODs : Yoshimura TRS SS slip-ons
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15 - 44 sprockets
night halk miny mirros(fits 919)
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striped and polished rims
ya have to + pics to get um clear
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Nice pics...like it all except for the wind screen, but that just ain't my thang...

I gotta eliminate my fender...looks so much better...

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Very nice - great work!

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Nice looking bike, Whats next!!str8

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Man when I first open up your pictures I thought I was looking at my bike. Then I looked at the details and realized it wasn. I painted my Givi and hugger. Makes it look much better.
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well i am planing on doing just that.. painting my windscreen and hugger and maybe the side panels 2 dont know.. I did these mods in the last month . I have only had it for 3 months... i guess its gona take me a little more time to get it just the way i want it..




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nice pics but I still don't uderstand why people buy naked bike and then put a windscreen on it

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the more i see those yoshi tri oval exhausts the more i like them

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nice pics but I still don't uderstand why people buy naked bike and then put a windscreen on it
they dont want a sportbike but want to ride comfy w/o wind beating them to death as soon as i can i will put one on my bike. maybe not so big but somthing.

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well i am planing on doing just that.. painting my windscreen and hugger and maybe the side panels 2 dont know.. I did these mods in the last month . I have only had it for 3 months... i guess its gona take me a little more time to get it just the way i want it..
And there's no rush! Personalizing these bikes is half the fun! Having a place like WT is nice to be able to see pics and read reviews of aftermarket parts. Let's you get an idea of what you like and what to stay away from too! I've defintely saved some $ thanks to the members here. On the other hand, I've definitely spent a lot of $ thanks to the members here!

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the more i see those yoshi tri oval exhausts the more i like them
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If I were to do this over again, I probably would have gone with the Yoshi's.

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nice pics but I still don't uderstand why people buy naked bike and then put a windscreen on it
Well Ill tell ya the first time I went out on I-95 and got over 100mph I knew i had to do something ,the wind was kicken my A$$ and i had a 3 hr ride ahead of me.. then it started raining and I was getting pelted with huge florida raindrops even in my belly ... I was like Im getting a damn windscreen.. ,but to be totaly honest I wanted a CBR 1000RR but the wife said she would leave my a$$ so i fooled her into thinking the 919 was a cruiser




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How do the new exhaust pipes sound? Sweeter? Louder? Both?

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How do the new exhaust pipes sound? Sweeter? Louder? Both?

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Yes to both of those .. there not alot louder at idle but the idle sounds deeper and when you rapp the throttle you know right away..huge difrence .. The stock cans sound more like a or a electric motor




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nice pics but I still don't uderstand why people buy naked bike and then put a windscreen on it
Wind protection.

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TK919, it looks like you still have your baffles installed in your pipes. If you take out the baffles they sound much better.

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TK919, it looks like you still have your baffles installed in your pipes. If you take out the baffles they sound much better.
well Thump I would but I did debaffle the stock cans and I did like the sound but hated the backfires i was getting when downshifting to a stop.. Im afraid ill get the same if i take the baffles outa these new yoshi's , + I would hate to start cutting into something I just droped $550.00 for...




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well Thump I would but I did debaffle the stock cans and I did like the sound but hated the backfires i was getting when downshifting to a stop.. Im afraid ill get the same if i take the baffles outa these new yoshi's , + I would hate to start cutting into something I just droped $550.00 for...
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TK919, you don't have to cut anything. There are removable baffles in these pipes from the factory so you can have um a bit loud or louder. See attached picture. Just remove the 3 allen screws, remove the cover plate, pull out the baffle and put the cover plate back on and screws. With the baffles in I found it to be about the same tone as a bafflectomy and without, music to my ears. I have had mine on since around the 1st of the year and have never heard a backfire nor did I with the bafflectomy.
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hmm thx Thump... I might just do that..




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I love the exhaust and the rims, but the batman windscreen kinda ruins it.

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How did you polish the rims, was that a professional job by a wheel company, or did you do it yourself somehow?

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I got all the info on how to do it right here at W/T just check out helpful topics for 919 owners..

http://www.hooliganbiketech.net/hond...ppedwheels.htm




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I got all the info on how to do it right here at W/T just check out helpful topics for 919 owners..

http://www.hooliganbiketech.net/hond...ppedwheels.htm

Thanks for the info, looks like that's a winter project if I ever decide to brighten up my wheels.

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The rim underneath the paint is already semi polished. Once the paint is removed, some aluminum polish brings it out the rest of the way. The trick is to tape off the area you don't want the paint to be removed and make sure you get the specific Aircraft paint remover. I found out the hard way that if you just use regular paint remover from Lowes, Home Depot or an automotive parts supply chain like Advanced Autoparts it takes much longer. It took me forever to do the rear rim. I then purchased the specific paint remover from an automotive paint store. It took about 4 hours for the front rim start to finish. The other thing to watch is do not attempt to remove the paint about an inch from each side of the center ridge of the rim. This paint is hard to remove and it is not polished underneath. Oh, I saw the same Aircraft paint remover at Walmart for about half the price. This is an easy project and makes the bikes look much better, that isif you like shiny rims.

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Giant windscreens on this bike like the Givi look pretty heinous IMO. Those pipes look really nice. How do you like the yoshi pipes?

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I've yet to see the perfect windscreen that truly compliments the 919. Guess the Buell screen comes the closest in my opinion, but after trying a nice carbon fiber Buell screen I decided even that ruined the naked bike perfection that is the 919. (Still have that nice CF Buell screen for sale)

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Thread hijack: anyone know the original bolt sizes on the sides of the headlamp area? I'm thinking about taking off my Honda screen and going without once again and I guess I didn't keep the originals.....

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Man when I first open up your pictures I thought I was looking at my bike. Then I looked at the details and realized it wasn. I painted my Givi and hugger. Makes it look much better.
TK how did you get your s-pipe heat sheild mounted back on? I just installed the new Jardine street pack and really want the sheild back on but can't figure out how to mount it. Man these pipes sound great! Just a nice deep tone not loud and obnoxious.

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I left um off.. i Liked um better that way Thump put um back on .. on the yoshi's we got they have the clips and screw hole on the pipe so you can put um back on if you want.. if your Jardine slip-ons dont have that then it would be rather tricky... unless your a welder...




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I left um off.. i Liked um better that way Thump put um back on .. on the yoshi's we got they have the clips and screw hole on the pipe so you can put um back on if you want.. if your Jardine slip-ons dont have that then it would be rather tricky... unless your a welder...
Oh okay I thought it was you. Well I like the way it looks on better I just think it makes a cleaner looking transition, and I'm really afraid my wife is going to burn herself there when she rides with me. I wonder if I might be able to buy those from yoshi?

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I hate the look of a windscreen on my 919 but sometimes when I have a 3 or 4 hour ride across the prairie I am tempted to get one of those old windjammers from the early 80's that Vetter made.

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there she is...

MODs : Yoshimura TRS SS slip-ons
Givi wind screen
4 inc frame-sliders (off e-bay)
Competition Werkes fender E kit
15 - 44 sprockets
night halk miny mirros(fits 919)
PCIII (running the two mothers map)
striped and polished rims
ya have to + pics to get um clear
TK what are the mirrors you have on your bike? I absolutely hate the great big chrome pancakes that come with bike. They've got to go.

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I left um off.. i Liked um better that way Thump put um back on .. on the yoshi's we got they have the clips and screw hole on the pipe so you can put um back on if you want.. if your Jardine slip-ons dont have that then it would be rather tricky... unless your a welder...
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Oh okay I thought it was you. Well I like the way it looks on better I just think it makes a cleaner looking transition, and I'm really afraid my wife is going to burn herself there when she rides with me. I wonder if I might be able to buy those from yoshi?
You can also try the Targa Accessories anodized heat shield like the one on my bike. I didn't really like the looks of the stock sheild on aftermarket pipes. For some reason it just doesn't look right.

BTW, welcome to WT. Where in Houston are you? There's another rider here in Houston... I think he goes by dj-something. We should all get together for a ride sometime. I live by I-10 & Wirt Rd. (Memorial/Spring Branch).


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Hey Rob thanks,
I kind of like that heat sheild. Where did you get them?
Also where did you get your frame sliders?

I love to meet up with several of us to ride together. I work right off of N Post Oak and Memorial and ride to work often. Let's get it together.

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TK what are the mirrors you have on your bike? I absolutely hate the great big chrome pancakes that come with bike. They've got to go.
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Hey Rob thanks,
I kind of like that heat sheild. Where did you get them?
Also where did you get your frame sliders?

I love to meet up with several of us to ride together. I work right off of N Post Oak and Memorial and ride to work often. Let's get it together.
Thanks. I got them from Targa Accessories http://www.targa-acc.com/main_powersearch_nf.html They'll work on 2" pipes. But even without them (or any other heat shield, for that matter), I never really had a problem with my passenger touching the pipes, but you never know. The only thing with these, is that there is a small area exposed, but I placed it right about where the passenger's leg would cross the pipe.

The sliders I got from Twisted Throttle. They're expensive, though... like almost 200 bucks.

Anyway, I know exactly where you are. You work right by my home. I think I've seen you once or twice getting onto 610 South. Do you have a red 919? Actually, I've also seen a guy on a black 919 a few times getting onto 610S from Memorial, so maybe that was you?

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Thanks. I got them from Targa Accessories http://www.targa-acc.com/main_powersearch_nf.html They'll work on 2" pipes. But even without them (or any other heat shield, for that matter), I never really had a problem with my passenger touching the pipes, but you never know. The only thing with these, is that there is a small area exposed, but I placed it right about where the passenger's leg would cross the pipe.

The sliders I got from Twisted Throttle. They're expensive, though... like almost 200 bucks.

Anyway, I know exactly where you are. You work right by my home. I think I've seen you once or twice getting onto 610 South. Do you have a red 919? Actually, I've also seen a guy on a black 919 a few times getting onto 610S from Memorial, so maybe that was you?

Thanks Rob I'm going to look into the heat sheilds and wow $200 for the frame sliders. I really do want the ones that mount to the frame though.

Yeah I'm riding the red one. Seriously lets make a plan and try to get a few guys together. I was so bumped this week the weather alowed me to ride in four days in a row never getting wet.

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Thanks Rob I'm going to look into the heat sheilds and wow $200 for the frame sliders. I really do want the ones that mount to the frame though.

Yeah I'm riding the red one. Seriously lets make a plan and try to get a few guys together. I was so bumped this week the weather alowed me to ride in four days in a row never getting wet.
Check your PM. I'll send you my cell number.

BTW, I'm up and down 610 all the time. If you see this truck on the road, that's me!



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Doing a group thing sounds like a great idea. I think the other guy's name is Dave, if I remember correctly. I know he's been wanting to get together, too, but he lives by Friendswood or Clear Lake. I'll try to find him.

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