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what year cbr900rr exhaust fits a 07 919??

i picked up a full exhaust from a 93?? cbr900rr and i couldnt get it to fit because of the engine mounts on the 07 919 i have... the pipes didnt have enuff distance before they start the downward bend... either that or does anyone have a idea where i can get a exhaust the exits under the right side.. like i saw a custom o.d. green 919 in one of the threads..



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1998 CB900RR should fit. Not sure what other years will work. I'm guessing 1995 through 1998.


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A 1996 exhaust fits great on my 02 919

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another member hammered small flats into the individual header pipes so they'd clear the frame cross brace. in fact, micron does that to their headers and claims a power benefit from it. "serpent" pipes. so if you have a 3 pound hammer and a short section of chain link fence pipe, every year fits.

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If I remember correctly when I was looking for a CBR900RR header, I considered "new". I approach the parts section of my local Honda shop and had the clerk look it up. I think he said that years 93-95 had one part number and years 96-99 had another, the only difference being the color. I found what was sold to me as a '95 header and muffler, used, on ebay. The muffler is gloss black and the header was a dirty dark gray. The header had the usual three bolt flange to attach to the muffler. I didn't use the stock muffler as I found a "Wileyco" brand carbon fiber can to replace it. It needed the three bolt up method so it worked fine. I seem to remember someone saying some of the headers had a slip on system rather than the three bolts but all the ones I've seen with "HONDA" stamped on them (not Two Brothers) used the three bolt attachment.

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another member hammered small flats into the individual header pipes so they'd clear the frame cross brace. in fact, micron does that to their headers and claims a power benefit from it. "serpent" pipes. so if you have a 3 pound hammer and a short section of chain link fence pipe, every year fits.
a man after my own heart... if it dont fit git a bigger hammer!!!!! lol



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MisterMike... Whats the secret to keeping those pipes from not turning color?

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MisterMike...
You got any more pics of that bike from side on, to show the "how it looks against the upswept tailpiece", view???

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MisterMike... Whats the secret to keeping those pipes from not turning color?
The pic. is Adam's 919. He no longer owns the bike.
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MisterMike...
You got any more pics of that bike from side on, to show the "how it looks against the upswept tailpiece", view???
The only other pics are here.

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