this is a follow up video of my last one on my 2006 honda 919, all info is in the video. thanks for the comments! also check out my third video with the most up to date upgrades installed. video is called honda 919 update # 3.
Honda 919 Hornet Low Mount Exhaust
Very breif clips of the Exhaust at
speed. This was in a vacant culdesac / court so space was limited and I
never got out of first gear...
PLEASE NOTE... ALL RIDING WAS PERFORMED ON A CLOSED PRIVATE ROAD. stunts
and excessive speeds are not meant for public roads! And Remember ATGATT!
2003 Honda 919 with Sato Exhaust CB900F Motorcycle
2003 Honda CB900F / 919 - same 919cc motor as the CBR900RR ... Mods: Custom
blue metallic paint with/ painted emblems and drop shadows, Custom Rizoma
mirrors & levers, aftermarket grips, polished pipes, fender eliminator kit,
silver powdercoated rims, Carbon Fiber Sato Racing Exhaust pipes, Power Commander III, Renthal
bars, Sargent seat, LED clear taillight w/ integrated turn signals, LED
front turn signals, rear grab handle removed and replaced with caps,
probably more stuff I'm forgetting. Coming soon: a nicer tank protector,
carbon fiber gas cap protector, reflective rim tape, additional rear LED
turn signals, and a brake light modulator/flasher for added safety.
This was just a quick cold start of my bike on a 30 degree day. If you use
the choke lever, be sure to push it back in after your bike is running for
15 seconds. Shot with the Canon 5D Mark II and 24-70 f2.8L lens.
Thumbs up for my moccasin slippers LOL
Let's Ride: Honda 919
Few clips i've collected over the weekend from riding this summer.
2004 Honda 919 (hornet) 919cc
K&N air filter
shot with go-pro hero 2
919 vs. VFR Initial Comparison
VEDA, Aug 3
VEDA= Vlog/Video Every Day In August
I decided to share my initial thoughts about the 919 in comparison to my
VFR 800. I may just do a long-term review after owning the 919 for quite a
Honda 919 CB900F Pair Valve Removal and Flapper mod
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Description: This was how I removed the PAIR valve and associated hardware
from my 2007 Honda 919.
It's long and detailed and probably boring. But it's something that would
have saved me a good 2 hours of work had I had a video to see it done
beforehand, so I hope it helps someone out.
I also had some info about the flapper mod near the end.
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Honda Hornet 900/919 chasing Yamaha R1 - Cervonohorskie Sedlo
Location - Czech Republic. Movie made by Kodak ZX 5 Playsport (with fisheye
lens) - originally at 60 fps. Honda Hornet 900 2004 - 110KM tries to keep
pace with 2006 Yamaha R1 172KM. Pace at 70-80% of skills - got time to make
only 4 rounds, acctually we did not know the track at all - could have been
faster, more fluently, but OK :)
Speedometer arrow pointed at 12 o'clock indicates 140 km/h, 3/4 position is
about 220 km/h. On slow motions foot peg dragging can be heard :)