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The bike is a "Meanstreak" If all you have is the engine you would probably be better taking the engine and any other cycle parts you like to a Frame builder.

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I have an old frame cannot identify serial or model C55829

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    • 2 Locate the first character. This letter or numeral represents the country of manufacture. In this case, a "J" for Japan should be present.
    • 3 Locate the second character, "H." This represents the name of the manufacturer, Honda.
    • 4 Locate the third character. This letter or digit represents the vehicle type. Most Honda motorcycles use a "2," which refers to a motorcycle, although "A" or "1" may also be used.
    • 5 Locate the fourth through the eighth characters. These letters and digits are used by each individual manufacturer to identify the model or engine type of the motorcycle. For example: SC57 refers to a CBR1000RR sport bike, while RC040 refers to a CB750F motorcycle.
    • 6 Locate the ninth character. This is a check digit that ensures that no two machines built in the last 30 years will have identical VIN numbers.
    • 7 Locate the 10th character. This letter or digit represents the year the motorcycle was manufactured. A "6" would represent 2006, while a "Y" would represent the year 2000. The letter code descends from "Y" to "A" (1980).
    • 8 Locate the 11th character. This letter or digit represents the specific plant where the motorcycle was manufactured. In this case, "M" refers to the Hamamatsu plant in Japan.
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there should be an engine number and frame number on your bike which will identify your bike. the engine no is usualy stamped on the bottom engine casing (usualy left hand side). the frame no. should be on the frame just behind the forks. the numbers should both be present and should be the same, not sure how to use this number but take this to your local bike mechanic and he should be able to help you. i had to do this when my mate bought a ty175, wich turned out to be a 1980 dt175!!

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If your in the US. try this website buykawasaki select motorcycles, then owner info, then parts diagrams.Tpe in your engine or chassis no & away you go.
Otherwise contact your local kwaka dealer,quote your engine or chassis no & they should be able to identify it for you.
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