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Old 06-03-2011, 01:11 AM   #1
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Engine number on cbr1000rr 08?

Does 08 cbr1000rr has engine number visible with out taking off any plastics and fairings? I got to do a dmv verification tomorrow and i just remembered how i had to take my ducati few times because the number was hiddden behind fairing,,, im asking cuz i dont even know if they check it on hondas because in title it only has vin# doesnt has engine # like my duc


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Old 06-03-2011, 01:38 AM   #2
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Isn't the VIN usually stamped in like 3 different places?
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Old 06-03-2011, 02:24 AM   #3
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Just frame i think
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Old 06-03-2011, 05:28 AM   #4
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[QUOTE=Bumble Bee;1957693]Does 08 cbr1000rr has engine number visible with out taking off any plastics and fairings? I got to do a dmv verification tomorrow and i just remembered how i had to take my ducati few times because the number was hiddden behind fairing,,, im asking cuz i dont even know if they check it on hondas because in title it only has vin# doesnt has engine # like my duc


Anyone had same issue? Thx[/QUOTE

They're most likely only gonna check the vin on the neck and sticker of the frame. If not, on the 08+ CBR1Krr it's no longer stamped on the back of the block, it is now on the Front of the block on a little lip that is not visible.
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looked all over the bike cant find the number, and the dmv didnt pass my verification because they need that number.. just waist of time with dam dmv
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looked all over the bike cant find the number, and the dmv didnt pass my verification because they need that number.. just waist of time with dam dmv
As was already mentioned, it's on the neck of the frame and visible without removing anything.
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As was already mentioned, it's on the neck of the frame and visible without removing anything.
the dmv needs to see the motor vin # without that he gets no plates.

My suggestion would be to take it to a dealer for a vin verification, they have the form and will fill it out for you for about $20 Or just buy a tech lunch for showing you the location.
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the dmv needs to see the motor vin # without that he gets no plates.

My suggestion would be to take it to a dealer for a vin verification, they have the form and will fill it out for you for about $20 Or just buy a tech lunch for showing you the location.
In California the DMV has to see (or have proof of) the engine# in addition to the VIN# on the frame?
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In California the DMV has to see (or have proof of) the engine# in addition to the VIN# on the frame?
That's what it sounds like. That's the way it is in CO. I have a mismatched bike I'm trying to title. It causes some problems.

Real common to buy/own a wrecked/blown bike. Steal an equivalent bike, make it a donor, and dump the remains.

They only inspect the vin's here on out of state title transfers (free) and rebuilds ($20).
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looked all over the bike cant find the number, and the dmv didnt pass my verification because they need that number.. just waist of time with dam dmv
I would have told them it is their job to know where it is. Then speak with a manager.
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