Decode Your Vin Number

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I found it stuck away in one of the dark corners of the net BGRIN
 

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That is excellent.
 

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This is originally from 2014 but I had a discrepancy on my paperwork, so I've been trying to decode my VIN. In doing so, I've found some really don't work as expected.

Using the AnalogX link on the vin from my 2019 Scrambler I found it didn't work.

However, this decoder did work;


Here's the results for comparison - (My paranoia forced me the xxxx out some info.)

Incorrect output from AnalogX


Description
Position
Raw Data
Decoded Data
Region:​
1​
S​
Europe​
Country:​
1-2​
SM​
United Kingdom​
Manufacturer:​
2-3​
MT​
Norton / Austin​
Model Specific:​
4-8​
D51HG​
Unknown​
Check Digit:​
9​
3​
Valid​
Year:​
10​
K​
1989​
Assembly Plant:​
11​
T​
T​
Serial Number:​
12-17​
xxxxx​
xxxxx​


Correct output from Cyclepedia

2019 Triumph
Motorcycle - Standard
2 Cylinder
4 Stroke
Manufacturing Plant: CHONBURI THAILAND
 

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I don't see a color code mentioned in the data above on the vin look up?
 

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The first link didn't recognize it as a Triumph, the second link did. Very interesting.
 

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old triumphs didnt follow contemporary vin standards

baxter cycle has some useful information all in one place

 

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The original link in this thread contains a trojan virus. I have removed the original link.
 
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