Looks like that may be what I am going to have to do if things don't pan out in a couple of months. I figured with the US economy shedding 800,000K+ jobs a week that something specific for these would be out there. Thanks for the tip!With a pair of link pipes from Lextek or Delkevic, the later also has a single Y link pipe available, you can fit almost any aftermarket slip on exhaust pipe to a 919. Easy.
Likewise, the Thanks that is.Looks like that may be what I am going to have to do if things don't pan out in a couple of months. I figured with the US economy shedding 800,000K+ jobs a week that something specific for these would be out there. Thanks for the tip!
I am unreasonable. PM me and throw out a crazy number. I may bite! I saw those Danmotos, but would do crimes for some sweet Satos. Thanks.I've got a set of Sato carbons on my bike but it would take an entirley unreasonable amount to separate them from me. Found these:
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Thanks for the tip on the SP engineering products. They have many options and I like the looks. I will more than likely go this route.I’ve used a Delkevic single Y link pipe and two end cans from SP engineering. No issues, look great and sound sweet. Many options.
I'm curious to see your setup- I'm looking at doing a pair of SP titanium cans but unsure if that will work? SP seems to make their own Y pipe as well.SP engineering cans are very well built. Solid. They can provide offset exhaust hanger brackets and baffles. To fit them to a 919 you’ll need a pair of spacers for the hangers. Fit up was easy. I can provide pics and such.
The Delkevic single Y link pipe is a good solid unit.