Hopefully tomorrow, Tuesday on the outside, I'll start my dual start conversion. When I bought the bike back last fall, that was my intention. Even though when I bought it, it was no problem to walk it to the dirt roads and take off; I wanted the bike plated so when I take off on longer rides or explore new territory, it would be legal and no one would complain. Last week, I placed the order to Pro Cycle for the DS kit minus the headlight. Since the conversion more than likely won't be done until the end of the month, I held off on ordering the light for a few weeks. I'll probably order the OEM glass version from Baja Designs. The one thing that made me happy with Pro Cycle is when I was on the phone, I told the salesman, I think was Jeff that I didn't need the turn signals. Even though OK is slightly rigid on equipment requirements, turn signals are not required for my bike, so I skipped them to save money. Instead, I asked him to replace the taillight combo with an LED model. Ended up saving a few bucks. Also, shipping was fast. I think it was three days total from order to arrival. I still have to order tires. Right now, I'm running Dunlops (dirt only) and have been searching and thinking about DOT tires. My choices seem to be real limited. Even though the bike will be street legal, it's going to be bare bones legal and I want the most dirt aggressive tire I can find. The Kenda Trakmaster tires look good, so right now I'm swaying that way, although I'm sold on Pirelli and may order a Pirelli front. When I get started, I'll bump the thread and include some pictures and probably ask a million questions. Even though I'm mechanically inclined and do most of the work on my 4x4, I'm no electrical guru. Should be fun.