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post #1 of 3 Old 08-01-2016, 03:10 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for original label partnumber

Hi all. I just want to change old caution lable on my CB919F7 swingarm to new one, but cannot find it's number...
Help me pls.... everywere there are only number on the diagram, but without partnumber.

No. 10


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post #2 of 3 Old 08-01-2016, 08:40 AM
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Odds are that the part is no longer available. Your best bet for finding a part number is to get a model specific parts book. I have yet to see one for the 919, but would not mind adding one to the collection if you find one.

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I actually own the original 919 parts fische from Honda and have scanned it in - have never finished editing and cleaning it up, though. Anyway, number 10 on that diagram is not actually listed in the parts manual. Neither is number 11.

However, number 10 (from the pictures) appears to be the Motorcycle Noise Emission Control Information sticker, which is a controlled item. If you are looking for the actual warning sticker with the tire pressure info and tire sizes/recommendations, that is item 3 on the diagram, original part number of 87505-MCZ-A00. This is the same number for all 919s except the first year 2002 US bikes, which use 87505-MCZ-670.

If you need the emissions sticker, I believe you will have to get it reproduced. Fortunately, there are companies out there that specialize in this now.

These are the two swingarm decals from my 2002 US model 919. Click for higher resolution version:

1986 Honda Nighthawk 700S
2002 Honda 919
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