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post #11 of 19 Old 09-23-2019, 09:08 AM
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On second though I think I should keep it-to much trouble to box it up go have it shipped-it will be a good selling point for the new owner-when I sell the bike-I want to end up with a 2020 CB300R in the future
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On second though I think I should keep it-to much trouble to box it up go have it shipped-it will be a good selling point for the new owner-when I sell the bike-I want to end up with a 2020 CB300R in the future
The 2020 cb300r's are out and already on the dealer's floor. Clean up the older one, make room for the new.

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The 2020 cb300r's are out and already on the dealer's floor. Clean up the older one, make room for the new.
I figure by the time I do that the 2020 will be new old stock- not like their flying off the show room floor
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here's a link to my post about my italian Mivv replacement muffler:


https://www.cbr300forum.com/forum/pa...mivv-muff.html


nice sound (not too loud) no more popping, no loss in low-end/mid-range torque (I loft the front wheel easily) very well designed and manufactured, easy install, 10 lbs lighter than stock, attractive.
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Thank you Randy, I'll check it out.
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bheezy - no remapping with my leo vince carbon evo slipon[s]..
[remapping as a requirement would be for performance exhausts,,
no doubt the evo II eu approved intended for general use]
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I contacted Delkevic about a pipe for the 300 ( I have their pipe on my CB 1100 and will be getting the headers this winter. Great company) and they said the 300 runs a different exhaust than the 250 and they had nothing for me. Can anyone confirm this?
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I contacted Delkevic about a pipe for the 300 ( I have their pipe on my CB 1100 and will be getting the headers this winter. Great company) and they said the 300 runs a different exhaust than the 250 and they had nothing for me. Can anyone confirm this?
The CBR250 Delkevic exhaust works on the 300 nicely without popping etc and sounds good but the problem is the headers on the 300 and the 250 are different ( I owned both bikes). I ended up chopping 4" off the end of the 300 headers to get the length right but no matter which way I turned the link (mid) pipe I could not get it to sit 100% correct as the angle coming off the end of the headers is slightly different. I pulled it in a bit with the exhaust hanger bolt to a certain extent but it always stuck out at the rear on a bit of an angle looking down from above. I'm fussy though and most people wouldnt notice Lol.

That's poor Delkevic are not making a 300R specific model as all they have to do is change the mid pipe that they chuck in the box with the canister. Odd.

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I found it odd too. I mean the CB 1100 was (is) not a good seller for Honda yet Delkevic has several that fit. And even recently went whole hog and designed a full system for the bike. I can't believe in any world that there are not more CBR300's on the road than the niche CB 1000.
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