Xr600 Street Legal Kit
Legal XR600R wave chaser for a San Diego firefighter! I just ordered Kenda double sport tires from Bike Bandit .com they look great. Then I might just need a horn to make it street legal in Colorado because it has a mirror, headlight, and brake light. If the DMV is forgiving, I will do it before the weekend. If not, I have to see an inspector. I hope it will work today at the DMV. “Pray that God will be with me with this one, AMEN” I have been driving my XR600 Street Legal for a few months last fall and now this summer. I hope someone will see this question that I have now. I love biking all over the city and on back roads, and Colorado is a great state to do that! My problem is with my horn, turn signals, headlights and taillights. My current kit is crap and literally falls apart. The wires break in two due to vibrations. Lights never have enough electricity to be seen at all.
The horn does not work at all, makes a little gasp! I think the stator is the problem there? So my question is: what is a “Ricky Stator”? Looks like the Ricky stator provides enough power when your horn is working? I will definitely buy a Baja Designs kit. Good. Right now. I started with a Dakar kit from electrsport and it turned out to be JUNK. I threw it in the dumpster and bought a BajaDesigns kit with a Ricky Stator stator. The Baja Designs kit has a horn and it works great. I had to let the traffic police fill out a statement of facts for the entire traffic approval and then make a trip to the DMV. after paying the DMV their extortion fees, I got my plate. GOOD LUCK TO YOU. I still haven`t approved the bike on the road. I am making progress, but it is extremely slow. What I`ve achieved so far is buying DOT Enduro tires.
I also bought a street set that includes a horn, mirrors, turn signals, and wiring. You will need a government VIN inspection and equipment inspection. I just bought a 1997 Honda XR600R off-road motorcycle, about 3000 miles on Craigslist. I don`t have my “M” license yet. Can someone give me a step-by-step process on how I should proceed to legalize this thing on the street? (I live in Denver, Colorado). What is the process or order for obtaining approval for an off-road bike route? Especially in Colorado would help me. So far I just bought some DOT KENDA K270 motorcycle tires. Does anyone know of a cheap all-in-one enduro kit for turn signals, horns, mirrors, passenger stakes? Or if I just had to go to a local store????? Here`s a thread on how to legalize your DB Street in the CO. When you think of bisporty motorcycles, you often think of brands and models like Baja Designs, Trail Tech, Acerbis, Electro Sport, Electrex USA Dakar Dual Sport, Honda XR650L, Suzuki DRZ400, Kawasaki KLR650, Honda CRF230L and a selection of other motorcycle equipment and parts that help get the job done.
Off-road biking on the road is the ultimate ego journey. Who else can drive on the road and take a B line of the road into the dirt on a whim without it being the result of an accident? Sometimes just say, plaster is! Riding a dual-sport bike is like the ultimate off-road motorcycle bandit who can explore the land, free and unlimited. This bike was ordered by a local firefighter and I let him choose the platform and some key design features, but he let me walk with the construction. We had both fallen in love with the @dinamaxxxx “French Tracker” build and wanted a Monoshock Dual Sport and it was ready to ride with anything we could find, from a DR to an XL on every trip. We were able to make this XR600R from 1985, which had been registered as homologated for the road “at the time”. Since 2004, California no longer allows a person to add a light set and register an SUV as “street legal.” However, this motorcycle was grandfather. Have you ever obtained it legally? I live in Fort Collins and just bought an 86 xr600r that I want to legalize. I think I need a government VIN inspection that includes equipment inspection. I think my biggest problem will be the horn, I don`t think the stator of the bike gives enough juice for that, the inspection sheet says it has to be heard from 200 feet away?? Very reliable and fun bike.
It is an enduro that has been converted into a road bike. It has buttons in rolling condition and also comes with a set of off-road tires. The bike does very well in the sand, but a bit more difficult in tight technical stuff. Lots of power and great on the road. Run. I just used the Baja Designs kit to legalize my bike (`95 XR600R) in Washington, but I actually got license plates and labels before installing the kit.