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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2014, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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VN 700 vs VN 750 identification.

I may be looking at another VN 750, but just to be safe, the outward difference will be the capacity stamped on the steering head? Any other differences for ID purposes would be helpful. Cheers.

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Other than VIN number I'd be hesitant to answer this as I have no idea what model differences were found in the Land Down Under.

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look on engine, right side I belive it should have the size molded into it

my 750 does.. says '0.75l'
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Frame and engine could be different....the 700 was only made for the US, btw....the sticker on the frame will tell ya that....the petcock side of the engine, by the bottom of the jug, will be stamped with 699cc if its a 700, and the engine should be black. 700s were only made in 84/85, so if your "date of manufacture" says 86 or later, then definitely a 750...but for outta the US, still could be a 750 with a manufacture date of 85...



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Thanks again guys.

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Slash cut stainless mufflers
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Custom cyane blue paint, wheels included
Relocated regulator rectifier
Solo mod
Stainless washable oil filter
Six pack rack
LED indicators and flasher unit.
Replaced CDI
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