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Just recieved a engine i bought on line. I don't think it's the year model GL1100 they clamed it to be. engine #SCO2E- 2010210 does aney body know for sure how to decode this? some threads have conflicting veiws.:praying:
 

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Yupp…. Honda's Model Guide says it's an 1980. Can't say which model (Standard or Interstate) …just the year model.
 

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thats a problem because im putting on my 77 Yhey said it was a 83. Can u put a 82,83 tranney in it to get the higer gearing?
 

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Thanks lotts , but will the pices fit? 83 trans in 80 engine & old shifter drum,forks work (neutral safty switch)?
 

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I have a 1980 standard with the engine number sc02 2010319. Your e seems to be an interstate by default. I have also been told that sc = a Canadian model.
 

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Thanks for all the info, yall are great! Starting New thread, trainey swap?
 

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SC = Canadian model….. don't think so.
SC has been used on Honda engine numbers since 1980 and includes the GL models, VT models, VF models, CBR models, CBX models and CB models.

Examples are:
1980 CBX… SC03E
1982 CB900F… SC01E
1984 GL1200A… SC14E
1988 GL1500…SC22E
1984 VF1000F…SC15E
1983-86 VT1100C… SC18E
 
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