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January 6th, 2012, 08:43 AM   #1
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Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

Any advice on making my 2011 390 street legal? It has not been titled yet in Oregon and it looks like DMV needs to inspect it before issuing a title and license for it. I was looking at the Tusk lighting kit. The bike came with a Certificate of Origin showing a 17 digit VIN. Advice? thoughts? thanks!
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January 6th, 2012, 11:27 AM   #2
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Re: Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

Doing the same to my new 2011 390 here in PA.

I'll be adding the SAR kit.

http://www.sicassracing.com/main.htm

My dealer stocks them and they are pretty much plug and play.

Here we license the bike at the time of purchase then add whatever is needed for state inspection, get it inspected at the local bike shop and its good to go.
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January 6th, 2012, 12:30 PM   #3
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Re: Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

Originally Posted by odonnks
Doing the same to my new 2011 390 here in PA.

I'll be adding the SAR kit.

http://www.sicassracing.com/main.htm

My dealer stocks them and they are pretty much plug and play.

Here we license the bike at the time of purchase then add whatever is needed for state inspection, get it inspected at the local bike shop and its good to go.
nice.......here in the Peoples Republic they make everything difficult it seems.....
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January 6th, 2012, 02:39 PM   #4
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Re: Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

I also went with a SicAss Racing setup. A little pricey, but the kit included everything I needed. The main wiring harness is already in place, but you need short harnesses to hook up the lights on the front and back. The SicAss it swaps out some of the handlebar switches too. I am pretty happy with it.

I thought I needed to have the bike inspected in Utah, but I did not. I just took it to the DMV and registered it as street legal. They verified that that the bike matched the VIN #, etc. I think I will need to have it inspected this year though.
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January 6th, 2012, 04:48 PM   #5
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Re: Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

I have a 2011 FE450

Does it already have brake switches of do I have to add those?
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my 2011 does not have a brake switch
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January 13th, 2012, 07:46 PM   #7
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Re: Making my 2011 FE390 street legal

Is there any way in the world to do this to my 2011 FE 390 in California???
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I think you're asking the wrong people! As you know, living in "Kalifornia" as we do, that the DMV is a
pain to deal with. There's no going around them. They have a vice like grip on the vehicular world here
on the left coast. I bought the 2011 FE 570S model because of just what you are experiencing. I didn't
want any such situation to deal with and now, with a titled license plate, I don't. I think you will be unsuccessful
in your attempt to plate a bike that says, right on the title, "Off road use only". I've seen a million of these post's
on other sites with people saying, "just get the Baja Designs Kit and everything will be fine". I beg to differ.
Those days are over. I've done this s%@t with the DMV before and I'll never try it again. That's why I ponied up
the big bucks and bought the plated, legal bike right from the get go. Some will argue the point but it doesn't
matter what they say, it's unfortunately, only, up to the DMV.
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Do u guys have any pics with the sicass kit installed?
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I have some photos in my Picasa album. You will have to browse through the album, but there are photos of the switches and the lights.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1114 ... 8138483489
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