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    Number plate ideas

    Yes, I'm one of those vain people who have personalised plates.

    I've got a list, but after other suggestions. Must be 2 numbers 3 letters or 3 numbers 2 letters, either can be first. The obvious ones are gone (SR500 etc). I've come up with a few

    78SGL (78 Single), 78CFE (78 Cafe - though it's standard not Cafe racer) and YAM78

    Fire away.
    1978 SR500E 2U8

    Confused about your frame number?
    http://xt500.free.fr/technique/numerosr.html

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    500SR gone?

    SR
    ...'Any unnecessary items on the bike, that it doesn't really need, shouldn't be there!'. (Café racers creed). SR..

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    Yep. All possible combo's have
    1978 SR500E 2U8

    Confused about your frame number?
    http://xt500.free.fr/technique/numerosr.html

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    I got mine, no worries

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    "SR D" ?

    "S1NG1" ?

    "YM 500" ?

    "SR 5C" ?

    "7MP3R" ?

    :d

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    500 cc? Ohc 78?

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    For my Suz. TU250X I have MY249. Funny thing is that isnt a pers. plate, it just came with a reg. one time before I actually got that bike which is, ta-da, 249cc's. Figured it was meant to be so I transferred it over.
    '81 Yamaha SR500 Caff Racer
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    Thanks all, I'll try those.

    I think though, if it's not 2 numbers/letters together, the cost jumps from $475 to $2350
    1978 SR500E 2U8

    Confused about your frame number?
    http://xt500.free.fr/technique/numerosr.html

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    005rs ?
    :d

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    YAM 78 is available in Qld... grab it quickly:
    https://www.ppq.com.au/create?vehicl...bination=75HON
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