Hi guys, Bought my first bike friday afternoon (RVF400), and have been out yesterday and today getting some practice on it. I have had it insured, now just waiting to go to Vic Roads tomorrow and have it transferred to my name. Now, I had a friend come around today, another RVF owner and he was checking it out and came across a something strange. The compliance plate on the bike says it's a 1997 VFR400. What the? Upon inspection of the rego sticker, it doesn't have LAMS on it, and also says 1997 RVF400. But RVF's were only made from 94-96. So now I'm totally confused, and am scared I could have just bought myself a non-LAMs, VFR.....dodgey.....I don't know what I bought. How I failed to see both these things when first going to look at the bike (before buying) then the person that came to inspect the next time I'm not quite sure. Anyway, my mate checked out the chassis and engine number are pointing to it being an RVF so why on earth do I have a compliance plate saying it's a 1997 VFR? Is it because it was missing it's own somewhere down the track and then someone was dodgey and just whacked a VFR one on? Or has the importer ((who I've tried ringing today (NSR Imports) but the number is disconnected)) and then Vic roads has then gone and made there own mistake reading from the comliance plate, and got all jumbled and put 1997 RVF. I'm guessing if I had come off yesterday and today that the cover note from QBE would now be void because it's not the bike that I originally told them it was (it's apparently an VFR), and it's not LAMS approved thanks to the rego sticker. Anyway, I now seem to have what appears to be a non-LAMs complianced and registrated bike sitting in my garage. Can anyone please shed some light on what might have happened? And how I go about fixing the debarkle that I now seem to be in?