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Northern Rod
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Hi guys, not sure if i have a VRSCA or VRSCAW.What is the difference? Cant find any info on bike or insurance papers.Any ideas, want to order parts, but need to find out what i have 1st.:banghead:
 

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Just a big ole Doof
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180 or 240 rear tire?
 

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Northern Rod
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180 rear
 

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What color is the frame?
 

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Northern Rod
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light greyish
 

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You have an "A" model. There is a thread on here somewhere that breaks down the models and their differences. I can't find it.
 

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Awsome man, I appreciate the quick support. Wanting to add an exhaust/programmer. Any suggestions.Just want a plug and play tuner.
 

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Hi guys, not sure if i have a VRSCA or VRSCAW.What is the difference? Cant find any info on bike or insurance papers.Any ideas, want to order parts, but need to find out what i have 1st.:banghead:
The AW came out in 2007 with the larger 5 gallon tank, the wider rear fender and 240 tyre. Initially, the AW wheels were the slotted alloy types with a deep dish to the rear wheel and from 2009 the AW's rear wheel was a slotted alloy type whilst the front was a laced wheel. If you have a narrower rear fender and smaller fuel cell and a 180 tyre, you, my friend are the proud owner of an A. Just like me. Enjoy your bike. You will love it.
 

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Northern Rod
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Thanks for the info. How do you like your pcIII.
 

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Thanks for the info. How do you like your pcIII.
Another thing. Check the upper left side of the frame which will tell you the year and month your bike was made.

Regarding my PC III, I love it, as I have it set up to run with V Mods and topless. Really feel the difference mid range. If, however, I ride it hard I do note that I am looking for fuel stops earlier. Again, enjoy your ride and be safe.
 

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Oops, forgot to mention K and N high flow filter, but it doesn't matter.
 
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