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Use the Cyclepedia Motorcycle VIN Decoder to decode you ATV, motorcycle or scooter VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) for FREE. Enter the complete 17 digit VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER located on the FRAME of your ATV, motorcycle or scooter.
Yamaha ATV VIN Location – This Yamaha Raptor 700 ATV VIN can be found stamped into the the left side, frame rail, just beneath the shifter. Kawasaki Motorcycle VIN Location – This Kawasaki KLX140 VIN is stamped into the steering neck.
Suzuki Motorcycle VIN Location – This Suzuki RMZ-250 VIN is stamped into the steering neck. KYMCO Scooter VIN Location – This KYMCO Compagno 110 scooter has an identification plate riveted to the right side of the frame.
KYMCO UTV VIN Location – This KYMCO UXV500 Side by Side VIN is stamped into the frame rail located in the front right wheel well. Note: In 1981, the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) initiated a standardized 17-character VIN. These 17 characters are divided up into three groups: World Manufacturer Identifier, Vehicle Descriptor Section, and Vehicle Identifier Section. The second character, when combined with the first character denotes which country the motorcycle was manufactured in. I have a Suzuki 250cc quad and the previous owner does not know the year or model – all the stickers are missing too. In order to be able to post messages on the KawiForums - Kawasaki Motorcycle Forums forums, you must first register.


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Kservico Lucena (sister company of Kawasaki Philippines) just called me yesterday and they said that the recall issue was just a scam and it’s not true. If you are looking for a motorcycle that is both easy to ride, sleek, cool-looking but also packs the horsepower and superior engine performance, then look no further than the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. This motorbike is not only lean and mean, but also green as it consumes less fuel than any bikes in its class.
Probably one of the best-known, top-selling and durable sport motorcycles in the world, the Kawasaki Ninja 250R was first introduced by Kawasaki Motors in the early 1980s. The current generation of the Ninja 250R, like each release of the motorcycle, is known for its ease of use and handling, ability to save on fuel and great posture for riding. This was the first Ninja 250R to be seen in the Northern American markets (Canada and the United States). The third generation Ninja 250R has been overhauled inside and out, giving it a sleeker look and better engine performance. The letters I, i, O, o, Q, and q are never to be used so as to avoid confusion with numerals 1 and 0. For example a 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 indicates your motorcycle was made in North America while J, K, L, M, N, P, or R means it was made in Asia. It’s not uncommon to find a BMW motorcycle made in Mexico or a Japanese ATV made in Canada.


Characters 4 through 8 provide information about the model, engine size and body style options. The 10th character indicates the marketing model year of the vehicle, not to be confused with the year of production. I used the Cyclepedia VIN decoder and was able to figure out the year and model – you guys are awesome! Provide us with your VIN and we’ll give you with the World Manufacturer Identifier, Vehicle Descriptor Section (VDS), Vehicle Identifier Section (VIS), Check Digit, Model Year, Plant Code, Manufacturer Identifier and Sequential Number of production.
We have seen many scooters with VINs stamped into the left side frame rails and some with them stamped into the right side frame rails. For example a 2014 Honda CBR600RR most likely has a date of production in 2013 – it was produced for the 2014 marketing year.
Additionally, many scooters include an identification plate or sticker that will aid in scooter identification. Characters 11 through 17 indicate the assembly facility, available options and the production number as it rolled off the assembly line.




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