Yamaha Motorcycles Serial Prefix – Yamaha Model Codes 1970 - 1994 Every prefix from a Yamaha vehicle identification number (VIN number) refers to a model code. Here we have a list from all prefixes and model codes including their model year and the available colors available in that year.
Use the Cyclepedia Motorcycle VIN Decoder to decode you ATV, motorcycle or scooter VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) for FREE. Determine the year, make and model of most popular ATVs, motorcycles and Scooters.
If you need to buy parts for your Yamaha motorcycle or you want to call a motorcycle shop to get repair information, you have to know how to read the vehicle identification number (VIN) of your bike correctly.
Lots of people learned to ride on the legendary Mini-Enduros, and thousands more cut their teeth on one or another version of the DT-1. This guide covers most of the stuff from the late 60s up to ...
Engine numbers for Yamaha motorcycles, which are stamped into the engine block, are decoded and partially listed on a number of websites. The National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration introduced a standard in 1981 where a motorcycle's engine number had to match its vehicle identification number.
This is Yamaha VIN Decoder. Every Yamaha has a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). This number contains vital information about the vehicle, such as model, year of production, manufacturer, country and plant of assembly, type of engine, and more.
Yamaha models can be identified by locating and decoding the crankcase engine number. Yamaha uses a standardized numbering system, which is broken into four sections: model code, basic part number, design code and the finish code.
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Yamaha Model Code Reference Chart. It is important to know your Yamaha outboard model code and/or your Primary ID Number (serial number).
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