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in bullet point short answer form, what are the known differences?
 

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Digital dash
Temp sensor for gauge
R/R location (moved from left to right side)
Fan trigger ( controlled by ECM)
Baro sensor removed
 

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higher fuel pressure(50lbs vs 43) as well as new ecu. double bubble windscreen. Cat converter exhaust in some markets
 

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Interesting list. Keep going. Which year did it change?
 

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Pretty much the 01 year starts the changes, If I recall correctly
 
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Different loom to cater with the different position of the electrical items.
Different undertray (battery box has removable rubber feet to allow taller batteries to fit) …. think this happened in 01.
 

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It's in my 2K too Duck I removed them to fit the Shoria Lithium Iron
 

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Now it becomes clear. I have rr on left, analog dash, f1. But most pics i see on here of the rr are on the right.
 

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Those are most likely the second gen. When they went digital dash they switched the RR to the right. Some of the lower serial numbers years can have some transitional parts. The factory will run out stock in the lines. HD was notorious for this and so were the metric makers.
 

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My 02BB had the heavy gauge wiring and R/Rect on the right side and the digital dash and cats in the cans....... I heard Honda made lots of updates over the years (but didn't tell anyone).
 

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I have an early UK 2001 Fi ( Y reg )
Analogue dash and the Loom and R/R is on the left side.
 

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Me too bigmc. So we have 1st gen.
 

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Yep
Here in lies some explanation to the earliest Carbies and some folks thinking there was a 96 BB. they were built in late 96 but were actually 97's. You get cross overs in a lot of the early part of the years and the tail of the year as parts are used up.
 

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Was the wiring loom connector problem confined to gen 1, or was it across both gens?
 

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thinking it was the earlier versions. I want to say they moved the connector out of the low spot in the loom.
 

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v2 has a different
mounting for the swing arm can swap as assembly
no inlet diffuser guide
inlet ram air guides l+R
different airbox entry to take the guides
different front wheel and disc so i am told can swap as assembly
nosecone has no mountings for the diffuser clips
side panels of engine are sort of bronze brown
clutch plates nr is reduced by 2 less aggressive bite
rear light and housing changed
 

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v2 has a different
mounting for the swing arm can swap as assembly
no inlet diffuser guide
inlet ram air guides l+R
different airbox entry to take the guides
different front wheel and disc so i am told can swap as assembly
nosecone has no mountings for the diffuser clips
side panels of engine are sort of bronze brown
clutch plates nr is reduced by 2 less aggressive bite
rear light and housing changed
Please note most of those differences between Carbies and Inj models NOT between Gen 1 and Gen 2 FI's
 
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