ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

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Jazzxr
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ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

Post by Jazzxr » Mon Nov 25, 2019 2:19 pm

Hi can anyone point me in the right direction for some new stainless headers for my h1 please,does anyone still make/sell them?
Any help greatly appreciated
Thanks

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Re: ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

Post by banner001 » Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:47 pm

SBS are out of business and I do t think delkevic or black widdow make them anymore, so it's ebay and Internet hunting, or find a local exhaust maker/welder, gonna cost you similar money
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Re: ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

Post by Jazzxr » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:55 pm

Thanks for the reply,been looking for months with no luck.
Can’t even find a used set unfortunately.

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Re: ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

Post by banner001 » Mon Nov 25, 2019 11:28 pm

Remember, the only bits you can see is the link pipe

From ebay:
274081402091 might clean up and are genuine H pipes
143222584231 look like Micron pipes
192823975590 a bit overpriced when vat and import taken into account, but are brand new, say they are H pipes, but dont have the ballencer loops from the H
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Re: ZXR400 h1 exhaust headers???

Post by banner001 » Tue Nov 26, 2019 11:58 pm

Not H1, but these are the same sandy bike spares ones as i have fitted to my bike, needs a 52mm slip on can, and possible a bit of modification to the link pipe and or your lower RHS fairings. but ive had no issues with mine, full stainless steel too so will last very long
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