How do you decode the VIN number on a Honda motorcycle?

Answer

There are 8 parts to decode the VIN number on a Honda motorcycle. The first letter or number represents the country that it was made in. The second letter or number represents the name of the manufacturer. The third character represents the vehicle type. The fourth through eighth character represents the model and engine type. The ninth character ensures that two machines don't have the same VIN numbers.
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