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CBR250RR info

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Ive recently bought myself a Honda Cbr250RR. It has the yellow, black and silver fairings on it but the guy i bought it off told me it's an Australian model and its had the fairings replaced due to damage, so my question is how do i tell if it really is the Australian model he claims it to be? Cheers.
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Hey,
Ive recently bought myself a Honda Cbr250RR. It has the yellow, black and silver fairings on it but the guy i bought it off told me it's an Australian model and its had the fairings replaced due to damage, so my question is how do i tell if it really is the Australian model he claims it to be? Cheers.
The frame should have the import information on a tag.
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Re: CBR250RR info

Rrotz is correct. To clarify though, there should be a black and white sticker somewhere that will post the model date, date of production, place of production (Japan of course), and should have a model identifier on it. Take that model identifier and Google search it, and you should be able to find out the exact original country destination from there (original import country).

As a side note, some of the end destinations have different tuning or parts to meet local requirements, but 98% of the bike will be the same regardless of the end destination.

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