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919 Tank And Tail Prices Thread

I just did some checking, looks like the dealer price for tanks has dropped - well down from the former $650 nominal quote. I thought there should be a thread with part numbers (to aid in searching by those of us who need them) and that gets updated with prices since they seem to be in flux at current. Two part numbers are listed for most tanks; check with your Honda dealer to make sure which one is appropriate for your bike.

As of this writing:
Service Honda is listing the 2002 Asphalt tank (17500-MCZ-000ZH or 17500-MCZ-770ZF) at a list price of $750.16 but a 'your price' of $511.61.

2003 Asphalt tank is the same price and part numbers. The 2003 Smoke/Matte Gray tank (17500-MCZ-D00ZB or 17500-MCZ-L00ZB) is $484.89.

2004's Matte Uranium (green, 17500-MCZ-L10ZD or 17500-MCZ-D10ZF) Light Silver (17500-MCZ-D10ZE) are both priced at $507.92 as is an undescribed "Type 1" Tank (17500-MCZ-L10ZC)

2005's glossy black tank (17500-MCZ-D20ZA or 17500-MCZ-L20ZA) is up for $499.00.

2006's Candy Glory Red tank (17500-MCZ-A30ZA or 17500-MCZ-L30ZA) is available for $440.20.

2007's Candy Glory Red tank is the same price and part numbers as 2006.

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Tails:

Honda calls these things "Rear Cowls."

2002's Asphalt tail is part number 77210-MCZ-670ZA and it's available for $163.85. MSRP is apparently $240.25.

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Asphalt tail is of course the same as the 2002. The Smoke tail is 77210-MCZ-A00ZB and $163.85.

2004's Matte Uranium tail is 77210-MCZ-A10ZB, $163.85 and *may* be on backorder (per another site I was looking at.) Light Silver is 77210-MCZ-A10ZA and $193.34.

2005's gloss black tail is 77210-MCZ-A20ZA and also $163.85.

2006
and 2007 have the same Candy Glory Red (77210-MCZ-A30ZB) tail at $163.85.


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Kind of puts some of those ridiculous eBay prices for them in perspective, huh? So if you are looking for a perfect new tank and tail to paint for the lowest price, looks like the combo is Candy Glory Red tank and any tail but silver. Converting over to Candy Glory Red also would be the cheapest "oops, I dumped my bike" major bodywork replacement, since we all shared the same black sidecovers in the states and there's no shortage of those going for cheap.

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Fantastic, thanks for posting this! Great resource.

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I wish I had before pics of my friend's 04 9er that he just had painted. It was gloss silver and had been dumped on the left side and dropped on the right side when he bought it. There was a slight crease on the left side of the tank and the right had several rock dents. He had it painted for $800, repair tank, paint front fender, tank, rear cowl, head light brackets, and side panels. I know that's not a always an option when your parts are trashed but there are a lot of good paint and body people out there that can work miracles sometimes, you just have to find them. Check his 9er out in my photos.

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What about front fenders? Wonder if it's cheaper to just buy new tank/plastics than painting the bike.



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I know there are two part numbers for the tank because of the evap system on the Cali bikes. Do you know witch is witch?

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I know there are two part numbers for the tank because of the evap system on the Cali bikes. Do you know witch is witch?

No idea, but since I have to go to the dealer tomorrow, I will enquire there.

Front Fenders:

These come with the clip nuts for the mounting bolts to screw into. Most of them seem to have an MSRP of $86.42, exceptions noted.

2002 Asphalt, which IS apparently different than the 03 one, 61100-KEA-751ZT, MSRP $99.05, Price $74.64. Does not come with two "Rubber, Protector" like all the other fenders do, and one is not listed for a 2002.

2003 Asphalt, 61100-MCZ-010ZT, MSRP $84.24, Price $63.49. Smoke, 61100-MCZ-010ZV, MSRP $99.06, Price $74.64. Showing as having been revised once, or a new supplier has been selected (I can't tell which) for both as original part numbers were 61100-MCZ-000ZT and 61100-MCZ-000ZV.

2004 Matte Uranium, 61100-MCZ-020ZY, $65.12. Light Silver is 61100-MCZ-020YA, $65.12. Showing as having been revised once, or a new supplier has been selected (I can't tell which) for both as original part numbers were 61100-MCZ-000ZY and 61100-MCZ-000YA.

2005 Gloss Black, 61100-MCZ-020ZU, $65.12. Been superceded/revised/resupplied at least once as original part number is listed here as 61100-MCZ-010ZU.

2006-2007 Candy Glory Red, 61100-MCZ-020Z, $65.12.

It is seriously looking like used + repair + repaint isn't making any sense any more.

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Just found out what the 2002 fender is from. It's actually a 98-02 CB600F front fender, from when the 600F had a 16" front wheel.

61100 = front fender
KEA = bike it was originally designed for
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That is some great info! It's amazing that you can have a shiny new OEM paint job & new parts for under $700.00.

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Yeah, it's seriously looking like the best course of action if you drop your bike and damage all the bodywork is to just order in new ones.

If you search around using the appropriate part numbers, you can find some of these for even less.

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I have found some of the local dealers are still gouging on these. I was quoted $922 for an asphalt tank by one dealer yesterday.

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Of you look online, tanks should go for about $450-500.

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Of you look online, tanks should go for about $450-500.
Uh, yeah, that was the point of my posting this thread in the first place. :P

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Uh, yeah, that was the point of my posting this thread in the first place. :P
Just a data point... $453.85 for an asphalt tank.

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Just a data point... $453.85 for an asphalt tank.
There's one dealer in the NE offering an asphalt tank for $438, too.

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I know there are two part numbers for the tank because of the evap system on the Cali bikes. Do you know witch is witch?
I'm wondering this myself, I'd like to get the Asphalt tank for my bike, but it seems like no one I've tried talking to can give me a straight answer for the two part numbers (17500-MCZ-000ZH or 17500-MCZ-770ZF).
Most places are telling me that it's two different colours?
and If I give 'em the VIN# of my bike.. it gives them the silver tank (my bike is currently silver) so that's no help.

the part number on my tank ends with 000ZD ... I may just have to assume and order the tank that ends in 000ZH.

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There were two "Matte" colors for the 919. The first year, 2002, it was called Matte Asphalt. The second color is Matte Gunpowder Black.(03)

The code for the Matte Gunpowder Black is
17500-MCZ-000ZH Tank (Type 6)
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77210-MCZ-670ZA Tail Cowl

I know this because I just bought all three to rebuild my 05.
The Asphalt is a lighter color.

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There were two "Matte" colors for the 919. The first year, 2002, it was called Matte Asphalt. The second color is Matte Gunpowder Black.(03)

The code for the Matte Gunpowder Black is
17500-MCZ-000ZH Tank (Type 6)
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77210-MCZ-670ZA Tail Cowl

I know this because I just bought all three to rebuild my 05.
The Asphalt is a lighter color.
Honda lists all those numbers as "Asphalt" color.

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Blue wasn't available in the US. Canada only I think. That's a custom paint job anyways, looks like. Is it wrecked?

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There's a lot of uncoordinated color like front fender is gloss I was thinkin the guy dropped it and just did that little paint job and yeah I have a salvage bike but I runs good

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There's a lot of uncoordinated color like front fender is gloss I was thinkin the guy dropped it and just did that little paint job and yeah I have a salvage bike but I runs good
Looks damn good for a salvage bike. Could go the re-painting route if there isn't any major damage.

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I like the gunmetal color a lot and with taxes coming back I could afford anything (relatively) but all y'all say that the rare greens and blue are more attractive and I'm starting to. Don't know what I should do with it.

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I know there are two part numbers for the tank because of the evap system on the Cali bikes. Do you know witch is witch?
Anyone figure out the answer on this?
Fid'n to order all three pieces in matte uranium as soon as I get A State Farm check.

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Here's the quote I just got from my local dealer.
The kid spent the extra time to look it up on the old-fashioned micro film.
The part number for the tank is the one without Cali emissions (type 4)
He's giving me a 10% discount, which makes it only a little more expensive than BikeBandit.
I'd rather buy it from a local place, just so I can inspect it before I take it home.
If I order from BB and it comes dented, it's a big pita to get it exchanged. I think it's worth the extra dough for insurance.

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Well, $923.76 with express shipping from Bike Bandit.

So $100 difference, roughly.

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Thank god for this thread new body kit for the 919 here it comes

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just picked up a used tail fairing for 100 shipped on ebay. it is probably 7/10 condition maybe 6/10. the cheapest I found it new was $160.

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Given the recent number of references to this thread, shouldn't it be stickied by now?

I have the parts number breakdown for the Federal vs California bikes. California emissions bikes were sold in a number of states other than California; the tank's capacity is reduced to make room for the California evaporative emissions system. You can fit a California tank to a non California bike though you may have to cap off a vent passage (not entirely clear from the documentation I have) but a Federal tank may not fit or clear on a California bike nor is it legal if you are in a California emissions state.

2002 Asphalt tank
Federal: 17500-MCZ-000ZH
California: 17500-MCZ-770ZF

2003 Asphalt tank
Same part numbers as 2002

2003 Smoke/Matte Gray tank
Federal: 17500-MCZ-D00ZB
California: 17500-MCZ-L00ZB

2004 Matte Uranium (green) tank
Federal: 17500-MCZ-D10ZF
California: 17500-MCZ-L10ZD

2004 Light Silver
Federal: 17500-MCZ-D10ZE
California: 17500-MCZ-L10ZC

2005's glossy black tank
Federal: 17500-MCZ-D20ZA
California: 17500-MCZ-L20ZA

2006's Candy Glory Red tank
Federal: 17500-MCZ-A30ZA
California: 17500-MCZ-L30ZA

2007's Candy Glory Red tank
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Thanks CB and MM.

CB, any chance of finding the paint code or part numbers for the 2008 919 with the burnt orange color that was sold outside of the US? I really want that color.

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CB, any chance of finding the paint code or part numbers for the 2008 919 with the burnt orange color that was sold outside of the US? I really want that color.

I have not been able to find that.

However, if you wanted the blue color used on non-US 919s, it's Honda's "Candy Tahitian Blue" with a color code of PB215. Still haven't found the part numbers for their painted parts.

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I take that back, I found it. The color code is YR196, Candy Blaze Orange and it's from the 2007 (CB900F7) Irish model. All prices UK via - Genuine Honda spare parts (not an endorsement, just stating list price):



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Fender (noted as color code YR196C for some reason - aka "FENDER COMP., FR. *YR196C*"):
61100-MCZ-020ZW, list price 51.64

Tank (Noted as "TANK SET, FUEL *TYPE2* (WL)"):
17500-MCZ-D30ZB, list price 598.34

Tail (Noted as "Cowl set, RR. *Type 2* (WL)" - comes with Hornet 900 badges preapplied):
77210-MCZ-D30ZB, list price 216.82.


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These Candy Tahitian Blue numbers come from the European Direct Sales version in 2002 - this was the CB900F2 (but this causes confusion in some parts catalog systems, so order using the direct part numbers) - again, same source for prices as above.


2002 CB900F2 Candy Tahitian Blue Body Parts

Fender (noted as color code PB215C for some reason - aka "FENDER COMP., FR. *PB215C*"):
61100-MCZ-020ZH, list price 127.26

Tank (Noted as "TANK SET, FUEL (WL) *TYPE3 1*"):
17500-MCZ-000ZE, list price 610.93

Tail (Noted as "COWL SET, RR. (WL) *TYPE3*" - comes with Hornet 900 badges preapplied):
77210-MCZ-640ZC, list price 216.82.

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I have always loved that blue. The orange with the black engine is badass.

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I have always loved that blue. The orange with the black engine is badass.
It's my personal favorite. Been tempted to do that myself. But the last time I tried that, I never finished the project from back in 2008 and it's still sitting in my garage half assembled. Sigh...

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