01 wr 426 street legal california

I got one and i want to make it street legal for as cheap as possible, ive read that i need blinkers, hi-beam switch and a brake stop light switch and a horn, i dont know where to start and was wondering if anyone had any tips, i also have the stock pipe that i need to plug up to quiet it down cause its LOUD but i dont know what plugs are good for quietness

Good luck on getting a street plate on a dirt bike in CA. Some folks have managed to do so but this has not been legal to do so since January 31, 2004 in CA.

If the 8th digit in your VIN number is an "8" or a "C", you cannot get a CA plate.

 

The first two years of WR's were red sticker......

If the 8th digit in your VIN number is an "8" or a "C", you cannot get a CA plate.

The first two years of WR's were red sticker......

last registration was a green sticker back in 11

If the 8th digit in your VIN number is an "8" or a "C", you cannot get a CA plate.

 

The first two years of WR's were red sticker......

 

The 426 was a green sticker. 

The 426 was a green sticker.

yup, anything built after August 2003 is red i believe, the month may be wrong but i dont know

You still need a valid on-road emission sticker, plus a suitable VIN #.

Some guys get lucky with getting a dirtbike plated, but I decided it was much easier for me just to get a factory plated bike. 

You still need a valid on-road emission sticker, plus a suitable VIN #.

Say i get it registered in oregon and brought it back here, then when the reg go's bad i re reg it but in California, any thoughts?

It's funny how here in Australia It doesn't matter as all Wr 250, 426 and 440 are street Leagal and come out factory fitted ready for the road.... I know mates that rego their WR then throw the rego plate on their YZ and hit the streets without a care. The cops over her don't really care too much except if their bike cops.

CA must be one of those backwards states like The QLD is for Australia...

Say i get it registered in oregon and brought it back here, then when the reg go's bad i re reg it but in California, any thoughts?

Not unless it has >7k miles on the odometer.

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