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I have a CM400T 1980 most likely but it's registered as a 1983. Looking at the tank, the comstar wheels, the kickstart and the carb version you can tell that it's definitely not a CM400T from 1983.

I want it to be registered as a 1980 because it's correct, easier for next owners to find the right parts.
I need to prove that my bike is from 1980. Is there a way to do it with my frame number?
 

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The serial number or vehicle identification number, whatever your jurisdiction uses, will identify the year of manufacture. U.S. bikes have an identification plate riveted to the steering neck between the triple trees and also stamped into the frame. Let us know what that number is and we should at least be able to tell you when it was made.
 

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I'll check later but I remember it starts with NC01-100.. something. Last time I looked up CM400 serials they all started with NC01-20...

My bike is imported. I think Japan since it has japanese letters on it here and there.
 

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American frame, vin or serial numbers and carb model in case someone needs the info

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If the bike is from Japan:

CM400T / CM400TZ{ 1979 NC01-1000001~1003050 }

CM400T / CM400TA { 1980 NC01-1003051~1005548 }

CM400T / CM400TB { 1981NC01-1005549~1006148 }

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