reconstructed title ?


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  • cagarren

Posted April 24, 2008 - 05:23 PM

#1

Ok Im just going to throw this out there. Anybody ever get a reconstructed title for their modern dirt bike as a way to get a plate? I live in oregon and have been trying to find a way to ride on the road legally. I was thinking along the lines of buying a street legal wreck and using the horn off of it or something to apply for a reconstructed title for my WR here in Oregon. I've combined wrecked cars before but never tried it with a bike. Any info would be helpful........thanks

  • sts475

Posted April 24, 2008 - 05:56 PM

#2

Ok Im just going to throw this out there. Anybody ever get a reconstructed title for their modern dirt bike as a way to get a plate? I live in oregon and have been trying to find a way to ride on the road legally. I was thinking along the lines of buying a street legal wreck and using the horn off of it or something to apply for a reconstructed title for my WR here in Oregon. I've combined wrecked cars before but never tried it with a bike. Any info would be helpful........thanks


Not to be offensive but it may be easier to get a KTM exc and do it legally.

Good Luck!

STS.

  • tweav

Posted April 25, 2008 - 04:09 AM

#3

most states will let you mod a bike for the street .I don't know about your's but in mine it's just a matter of putting on lights and stuff and getting a inspection like you would do with a totaled car .

here's mine

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  • matt4x4

Posted April 25, 2008 - 04:31 AM

#4

Up here in Ontario, they completely banned converting "for off road use only" bikes to street bikes in Oct. 2007, of course, pre October conversions are grandfathered.
I believe that in reconstructing a vehicle from 2 or more vehicles, the one with the VIN on the body of your final build is the one that needs to be registered, so if you're going to buy a wreck, you either need to transfer everything to the road titled frame, or move the VIN from the wreck to your current ride which will likely involve some creative welding.
I think you could get away with leaving your current engine in since you are rebuilding a bike from parts of others.

  • cagarren

Posted April 25, 2008 - 05:49 PM

#5

yeah I should of bought a KTM but yamahas are way less expensive. Maybe I'll just get one of those orange triangles like on tractors and zip tie it to the
back of my chest protecter..............

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  • vtisc007

Posted April 28, 2008 - 09:39 PM

#6

Here's what I'm looking into doing....

I have a 2000 Yamaha R1 (street)....

And I'm fixing up my 1998 WR 400 to look like it's street legal....

Then I will put my R1 plate on my WR....

....If they run my plates, it will come back as a 2000 Yamaha Motorcycle....

If I'm not mistaken it will not give you the model of the bike....

Hopefully they don't run my VIN#.

  • cagarren

Posted April 29, 2008 - 06:10 AM

#7

That would probably work 99.5% of the time. If they run the VIN your going to be in trouble. I talked to the guy at Joe Racer. They say they supply you with a new MSO and a bill of sale for $ 625. Kinda expensive and you still run the risk of not making it through the DMV.

  • vtisc007

Posted May 02, 2008 - 11:29 PM

#8

That would probably work 99.5% of the time. If they run the VIN your going to be in trouble. I talked to the guy at Joe Racer. They say they supply you with a new MSO and a bill of sale for $ 625. Kinda expensive and you still run the risk of not making it through the DMV.


I've been sitting here for about 2 minutes and I still can't figure out what an "MSO" is.

I'm sure it's just me.:eek:

  • Alternative

Posted May 03, 2008 - 06:21 AM

#9

I've been sitting here for about 2 minutes and I still can't figure out what an "MSO" is.

I'm sure it's just me.:p


Manufacturers Statement of Origin. AcronymFinder.com is always handy :eek:.

  • Frostbite

Posted May 03, 2008 - 06:45 PM

#10

Here's what I'm looking into doing....

I have a 2000 Yamaha R1 (street)....

And I'm fixing up my 1998 WR 400 to look like it's street legal....

Then I will put my R1 plate on my WR....

....If they run my plates, it will come back as a 2000 Yamaha Motorcycle....

If I'm not mistaken it will not give you the model of the bike....

Hopefully they don't run my VIN#.


Watch out for insurance. If you get tangled up in an accident you may have a lot more trouble on your hands than a simple fine for non-legal registration.

Everybody thinks they won't have an accident, and I did too, and I've been creamed by cars 2ce. Insurance is tough to deal with on a good day. I think they'd be quick to shut the door on you with a questionable title.




 
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