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Old 12-09-2007, 12:19 PM   #1
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why cant they sell these in the states?????

probaly the coolest honda 50 ive ever seen!!!!!sucks they dont sell them in the states!!!
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:38 PM   #2
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Looks like it'd be easier to make street legal too.
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:39 PM   #3
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seen them a while back when i wanted to make my 50 street legal. pretty cool little bikes, i wouldnt mind having one.
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Looks like it'd be easier to make street legal too.
they are street legal in japan.
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:40 PM   #5
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Road trip! Let's take tools and oversized bags. We'll just break a couple down and haul em home with us.
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:41 PM   #6
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Errr, air trip.
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they do not meet US DOT or EPA restrictions, until then, forgettaboutit. You could import one, but you'll never get it plated with that Japanese VIN number.
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they do not meet US DOT or EPA restrictions, until then, forgettaboutit. You could import one, but you'll never get it plated with that Japanese VIN number.
Sigh. Technicalities plague me.
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Sigh. Technicalities plague me.
I think it's retarted, give me a xr50 or xr100 motard and allow me to use it on public streets for a whole year and i bet i produce half the CO2 and pollutants that a ford excursion would in a month!!! There are a lot of rules and regulations in this country that make me sick:/:
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It's an xR100. I remember seeing them on the Honda japan website a while back, but without the lights. This is awesome.
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they do not meet US DOT or EPA restrictions, until then, forgettaboutit. You could import one, but you'll never get it plated with that Japanese VIN number.
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:45 PM   #16
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In any case, despite your best efforts to work on it forever, it's now finished. Next step? Time to try to get it titled and registered with the Texas Department of Transportation, Vehicle Titles and Registration Division.

Custom-built or home-built vehicles are subject to special registration requirements. First off, they'll need a safety inspection by a licensed safety inspection shop. Your title application must include the Standard of Safety Statement (Form VTR-470), signed by an official inspector. The inspector will make sure your vehicle has all the necessary safety equipment, such as the correct mirrors, adequate brakes, headlights, turn signals, seat belts, and so forth.

When looking for an inspection station, try to choose one that has inspected custom-built vehicles before (in other words, they have experience determining whether such unique vehicles are safe). What are you up against? You can look up a detailed list of the components that will be verified during a standard vehicle safety inspection.

You may need the state to issue your creation a vehicle identification number, or VIN. Be prepared to hand over all receipts or bills of sale for all components that you used to assemble the vehicle (this means keeping diligent records for the duration of your project). This is partly so the state can make sure neither the chassis nor any of the parts were stolen, and also to help determine the value of the vehicle.After all this, be sure to get the vehicle insured. Then it's off to your local County Tax Assessor-Collectors office to initiate the titling and registration process.
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hmmmmm ever stolen a bike before?? lol j/k
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you can buy and grey market anything. If you don't register it nor ride on street its golden
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really?? i had no idea. . .
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