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November 3rd, 2017, 10:14 AM   #11
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I Ride: '07Exc 525 & '07 FS 550.Just sold ' 08 Ktm 450 sxf.
Thanks mate! I'll give them a call.
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November 8th, 2017, 05:41 PM   #12
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I've had my 2005 husaberg FS650 plated in quebec for over 7 years now. the only issue I used to have was that the cops thought it was a dirt bike and kept sending me for inspection. Now that there are plenty of supermoto's around they don't bother me anymore.
When I originally went to register my bike, the lady behind the counter couldn't find the FS model in her computer only the FE model. she thought it was a miss print on the registration, I told her they were same exept for the tire size so she changed it manually in the computer and handed over the registration in my name!!

I've heard that before 2010, FS husaberg's weren't able to be plated in Canada and I just considered myself lucky to be part of the select few who had one!!
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November 21st, 2017, 07:34 PM   #13
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Have any update yet? Did u have to have affidavit?
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November 30th, 2017, 12:09 AM   #14
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Sorry guys it don't work that way. The afidvit is to claim the motorcycle is yours and was never registered prior as well claim you paid taxes on the machine prior and that's it.. This is for an off road plate only in what just came into effect a couple years ago. This new law came into place to get all those who bullshitted their supermoto 2 strokes on the road and made a mockery for us who rode 4 strokes for years without issue, the stunting and stupid irresponsible idiots red flagged us, this changed the law and it now incorporates being plated, fully insured and a huge pain and cost to those who have been responsible for years. Any vehicle that is imported must meet regulations on safety standards thus allowing importation, the biggest point of this is emission standards. Its like smuggling in a Benz and trying to register it lol, the vin tells you everything and the motor vehicle branch knows more than you think now that the fools had us red flagged. It wont happen as without the inspection sticker nothing happens and the inspector cant do anything without the origin or registration documents.
If you manage to pull the wool over the insurance corp or motor vehicle dept than you might find the one idiot who risks his licence over 100 bux. The crackdown has happened and CVSE has pulled thousands of inspection licences out of the running.

Now to register the bike you will need a nvis or statue of declaration when imported to where the origin is. Prior getting a bike provincially inspected it will require a federal inspection to verify the vin and frame. When this is done the provincial inspector will verify that the bike meets transportation requirements upon a highway. This can not be done on a off road motorcycle as the frame needs to meet the standards and off road machines do not unless they are on the list with approval. The manufactures do very little on off road bikes as this is why the price tag is much less on a motocross machine over an enduro street legal machine. The testing was not done to prove it is safe and the frame wont break or the bike will stop ect.

So you want to get the bike in, have it registered ect. I do know that when Husa machines were new the NVIS form did not denote that the machine was for off road use only and when purchasing all that was required is to have a agent from insurance book the machine into the system as new. This is what I did to my not street legal FE350 in what is plated. Creative planning.

Now the way you get the bike into Canada and registered is to note that it is a KTM and not a Husa. Husaberg does not make motorcycles for years from the point KTM took over. When importing you note the machine is a KTM at the boarder as this is what the vin tag will say and is what is on the frame to who manufactured the bike. They are on the list to be imported without issue. As long as it is not a motocross version it will be allowed.
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