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Repsol Paint Codes

Here are a list of useful codes for the Honda CBR1000RR and most other Repsol Replica bikes

Paint Codes:

Up to 2015

Vibrant Orange - YR250
Pearl Siren Blue - PB123
Winning Red - R258

From 2015

Vibrant Orange - YR250X
Ross White - NH196
Victory Red - R334


Orange - RAL2003


Orange - Pantone 164


NH460M - Omega Silver Metallic

Subframe (2009)

NH167MU - Iron Nail Silver Metallic

Subframe (2011)

NH461M - Temple Black Metallic

Touch-up paint

Via Repsol Orange wheels - HON 25
Tel: 01524 33700

TAMIYA Orange paint X-6 item number 81506 (Is apparently a good match - Thanks David for the info!) available from Hobbycraft

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