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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Grieby54, Aug 6, 2005.

  1. Grieby54

    Grieby54 1/2 ton status

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    Does anyone have any idea what I have to do to make a dirtbike street legal in Texas?
     
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    Think enduro kit. Headlight, tail light, blinkers front and rear, horn. You could call your local DMV for exact specs on what is required though. With the above, it should get you real close though.

    Kris
     
  3. Grieby54

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    alright... thank you much
     
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    Check out Baja Designs, they have kits to convert dirt bikes to street legal ones. www.bajadesigns.com
     
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    I think you need a battery too. Soemthing about needing to be able to run the lights with the engine off for some set period of time. Baja Designs should have the skinny on it though.
     
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    If it's a strictly dirt bike you'll need a stator kit to run the lights, (see baja kit mentioned earlier) few hundred bucks last time I looked.
     
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    it's a 1978 Suzuki RM400... haha... it's old
     

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