I don't think there is anyone here that has done that, but if they have they will answer. My answer is probably not, the Honda's always seem to have some weird specifications different than other manufactures.
Your best bet is to surf eBay for a bolt on or slip on exhaust. The 98-99 RRW/RRX share the same 3 bolt pattern.
welcome to the site, and hope you post some pix my first Blade was a 1999 rrw
there is a question of why would you want ot fit a Bandit exhaust to a Blade? if it's because you have one lying around then you can simply try it and see. if you are actually going out to buy one then probably best to just get one for an RRW or RRW Blade. There is a whole plethora on ebay. Whilst the Bandit ones are a little cheaper, and can be 3-bolt fixing, there's no guarantee it will have the same diameter or bolt spacing. you might find someone one a Bandit forum or in a parts book, has given what the dimentions are so if determined you could try finding out the info first.
Good luck, and if you do it then let us all know how you get on. I guess you'll have to re-jet the carbs to suit too which may be a pita!
I made service of my Honda CBR954RR this weekend to get her ready for Spring/Summer.
When i made oil change and after started my bike twice to get oil out in system and filter i tried to read oil level in window.
Because i was alone it was hard to see if bike was straight and now my...
Can someone advise the pin size required for 929/954 Constands front lift under yoke stand?
I have done the Googling but cannot come up with a definitive answer. Have also emailed Constands, but not sure if they'll reply.
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