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            Frame number list for Honda PC800 Pacific Coast

            ROUGH DRAFT FROM ARCHIVED WEBSITE www.directcon.net/lcshepp/PC800SerialNos.html (Leland Sheppard)

            Model Year Type * Serial # Range Number of PCs Yearly Total Overall Total
                       
            1989 non-CA 15-3896 3881 3881 3881
            1989 CA 31-734 703 4584 4584
            1990 non-CA 1-2558 2558 2558 7142
            1990 CA 4-483 479 3037 7621
            1994 non-CA 8-980 972 972 8593
            1994 CA 1-220 220 1192 8813
            1995 non-CA 1-869 869 869 9682
            1995 CA 1-140 140 1009 9822
            1996 non-CA 1-849 849 849 10671
            1996 CA 1-221 221 1070 10892
            1997 non-CA 1-623 623 623 11515
            1997 CA 1-90 90 713 11605
            1998 non-CA 1-411? 411? 411? 12016?
            1998 CA 1-57? 57? 468? 12073?

            * - CA = California

            This information was taken from the Honda parts microfiche for the Honda Pacific Coast.  The fiche used was produced in late 1997 and did not contain the figures for 1998 except for the fact that both CA and non-CA ranges began with number 1.

            The high numbers in the 1998 model year columns were gleaned from the current PC800 mailing lists and owner responses to my query about 1998 serial numbers; these are the highest numbers I have received and therefore the best information available to me to date...  if you have higher numbers than these on a 1998 model year PC800.  Also, if you have numbers that are outside the ranges shown above for your model year, let me know. 

            Model Year Type * Serial # Range Number of PCs Yearly Total Overall Total
            ---- - - - - -
            1989 RC340 15-3896 3882 3882  
            1989 RC341 31-734 704 4586  
            1989 RC341(J) 1-562** 562? 5148  
            1989 RC342 3-2553** 2550? 7698 7698
            ---- - - - - -
            1990 RC340 1-2558 2558 2558  
            1990 RC341 4-483 480 3038  
            1990 RC341(J) 1-147** 147? 3185  
            1990 RC342 15-496** 701? 3886 11584
            ----- - - - - -
            1994 RC340 8-980 973 973  
            1994 RC341 1-220 220 1193 12777
            ----- - - - - -
            1995 RC340 1-869 869 869  
            1995 RC341 1-140 140 1009 13786
            ----- - - - - -
            1996 RC340 1-849 849 849  
            1996 RC341 1-221 221 1070 14856
            ----- - - - - -
            1997 RC340 1-623 623 623  
            1997 RC341 1-90 90 713 15569
            ----- - - - - -
            1998 RC340 1-456** 456? 456  
            1998 RC341 1-59** 59? 515 16084

            * - 
            RC340 - US, 49-state model 
            RC341 - US, California model 
            RC341(J) - Japan, Japanese model
            RC342 - Canadian and European model 

            ** - these are actual serial numbers that I have seen listed or have been sent.

             This information was taken, in part, from the Honda parts microfiche for the Honda Pacific Coast.  The fiche used was produced in late 1997 and did not contain the figures for 1998 except for the fact that both RC340 and RC341 ranges began with number 1.

            The high numbers in the 1998 model year columns were gleaned from the current PC800 mailing lists and owner responses to my query about 1998 serial numbers; these are the highest numbers I have received and therefore the best information available to me to date... if you have higher numbers than these on a 1998 model year PC800.  Also, if you have numbers that are outside the ranges shown above for your model year, let me know.

            The RC341(J) numbers are being gathered from owners of the Japanese models. All of those I have received have engine numbers from a different series than those used for the US, Canada and Europe. If they used a different series of engines, they probably also used a different series of frames so they are being listed separately here. These figures will be updated as they become available.

            The RC342 numbers are being gathered from the PC800 mailing list and owner responses to my query about RC342 VIN numbers; these numbers will be updated as they become available.  The total figures for the RC342 bikes come from two sources. For 1989, Arvid Lovik found a French web site with the contents of the Canadian/European parts fiche; the number of frames (chassis) was listed on this fiche and is close to the range of serial numbers I have seen. In addition, the French fiche listed a range of engine serial numbers that contains over 700 more engines than are shown on the US fiche. For 1990, the figure represents the number of engines made that were not accounted for by the US models; the numbers of engines came from the US microfiche. The French fiche site contained bogus frame (chassis) numbers (1-999999) for 1990.

            Last updated: 10/30/10 with a range of serial numbers for a Japanese 1990 model. I had 4 examples right under my nose in my own registry but the significance had escaped me until tonight...

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