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    Why 2 different part numbers?

    On the 2004 R-12X online fiche under ride plate?

    04PLATE, RIDE
    47521-HW3-670 001$72.79 04PLATE, RIDE
    47521-HW4-680 001$78.09
    I think mine is the 670 number, but not 100% sure.

    Anyone run into this before?


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    The HW3 is the R12x Turbo
    The HW4 is the R12 N/A

    The N/A (Normally Aspirated) model is a shorter plate. Both plates fit either model.

    Neither will fit a F12x Turbo (HW1) or F12 N/A (HW2) model.

    Shawn

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    Thank you very much

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