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    Senior Member kj7687's Avatar
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    About as pretty as a dual sport can get:



    http://www.cycletrader.com/find/list...450X--98160594
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    Very nice but with all the rule changes at the D.M.V. can you still get a tag?

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    That 2x6 seat and the seat height is a deal killer. Plus those exotic bikes need alot of oil changes, like a KTM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    Very nice but with all the rule changes at the D.M.V. can you still get a tag?


    It's pretty iffy. They're now cancelling regs on already-plated bikes here. You gotta be careful buying stuff like that in Cali, there's a very good chance he's already been given notice.



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    Same as Tennessee and Florida. Seem's kinda strange don't it? If you have all the legal stuff on ie signals,brakelights,etc. and with the states hurting for money you would think they would be more than happy to take your tag and reg. fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    Same as Tennessee and Florida. Seem's kinda strange don't it? If you have all the legal stuff on ie signals,brakelights,etc. and with the states hurting for money you would think they would be more than happy to take your tag and reg. fee.




    Next year in Washington dirt bikes that are converted to a dual sport will now be legal. It will have to be registered but thats about it. I guess the State needs the money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    It's pretty iffy. They're now cancelling regs on already-plated bikes here. You gotta be careful buying stuff like that in Cali, there's a very good chance he's already been given notice.


    Indeed, I knew as much, sadly "those people" have won here in Cali...but it still LOOKS nice lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman View Post
    Next year in Washington dirt bikes that are converted to a dual sport will now be legal. It will have to be registered but thats about it. I guess the State needs the money.


    Seriously? * moves to Washington immediately *
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