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Seems like the owner made a few adjustments to make it street legal.
headlights, tail lights and mirrors. He also changed the rear tire to a more streetable tire.
These changes may not be enough to make it street legal everywhere so you'll still have to look up the rule and regulations.
 

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Wonder where he is that those changes make it legal. As much as the H2R is a great bike, there is a reason why there is a track bike and a street legal verison.
 

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Nice! Glad to finally see one of these hitting the street with all, if not most of what's required to be road-worthy.
 

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Jay,

How did you do the research that led to you making it street legal, in Arizona I am not surprised, lots of wide open spaces with few folks for miles...

Rhody...


Rhody, that's almost more of a private message question, I doubt he wants to publicize this too terribly much.
 
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Yes, it is my bike, and is in Az.


Jayski, we need to make your birthday a holiday for sure - the good side wins over evil government regulations!!!!


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Rhody, that's almost more of a private message question, I doubt he wants to publicize this too terribly much.

ed,


Sure I get it, but posting here in the first place is asking for trouble IMHO, unless of course someone else posted it for him.


Rhody... :eek:
 

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