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Hey guys,

Does anyone know why R's are MC19s and RR's are called MC22? They still both use the MC14E engine..??
 

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But mc22 has nothing to do with the model name of cbr250rr...?? And 22 doesn't correlate to anything in the bike..??

Maybe it was their 22nd prototype/revision of the bike..
 

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Honda chassis codes for their sportbikes i've noticed are based on CC's

125's = JC**
250's = MC**
400's = NC**
600's = PC**
750's = RC**
1000's = SC**

If you replace the C with a D but keep the first letter, it indicates off-road. Ie JD, MD, ND etc.

This is based entirely on casual observation but it seems to hold true regardless of 2 stroke, 4 stroke.. v-four or inline 4.
 

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Clearly you are in error, sir. While you are correct on the MC part, I believe the MC19 > MC22
 
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