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I moved to France a couple of years ago and brought my Husqvarna 510SMR with me and had no difficulty registering it here.
I have recently had my 2006 Brutal 910s delivered to me and have tried to register it here in France but have failed miserably. I have a full certificate of conformity that says 'numero di omologazione CE:e3*92/61*0024*09'.

The reason for the office rejecting the registration request is that the above number doesn't match up with the Type, variant, version of F411AC.
My understanding is that the type is F4, 11 means biposto, and AC means 900 so I don't see how that can be wrong and they are on both the certificate of conformity and my UK log book.

Is there anybody here who has a Brutal 910 registered in France who can look at the numbers on their certificate d'immatriculation and let me know if they different numbers in D2 and K on the certificate. Could it be that French Brutales have a different homologation number because of the historic horsepower limit?

many thanks,

James
 

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Thanks for the information, I will try a post on the MV France forum as well.

My UK registration certificate has the e3*92/61*0024*09 type approval number but nothing under type, variant or version. The F411AC detail comes from the certificate of conformity. Should it say B411AC then?
I can see that it wouldn't match up because if AC means 900cc then there isn't a 900 F4 unless I have missed something.
At the prefecture they suggested F411AD would match but I presume that is a 1000cc F4.
I will have to speak to MV UK to get a new Certificate or find a way of changing the F to a B. :)

Thanks again,
James
 

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Thanks for the information, I will try a post on the MV France forum as well.

My UK registration certificate has the e3*92/61*0024*09 type approval number but nothing under type, variant or version. The F411AC detail comes from the certificate of conformity. Should it say B411AC then?
I can see that it wouldn't match up because if AC means 900cc then there isn't a 900 F4 unless I have missed something.
At the prefecture they suggested F411AD would match but I presume that is a 1000cc F4.
I will have to speak to MV UK to get a new Certificate or find a way of changing the F to a B. :)

Thanks again,
James
Not sure about that. Although it is a Brutale and in daily life called an B4 it is still formally registered under F4. Don't try to change it until you are sure that what you do is correct.
 

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Also keep in mind that while the stupid, dumb, moronic, idiotic, foolish, laughable, imbecilic, inane, obtuse, ridiculous, farcical, retarded, hypocritical, blasphemous, bureaucratically lunatic, paranoiac, medieval, septic, totalitarian, fascistic, narcissistic, fundamentally pusillanimous, sublimely vile, vitriolic, pedantically thick, socialistic garbage, North Korea inspired, futile and slightly ill-advised horse power law is a thing of the past(while we all had full power bikes anyway...), keep in mind that(probably) a Euro 2 bike can not be unbridled and registered as such even now.

Not that I'm sure this is the problem.

 
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