Well, Today i got the paperwork started on my street conversion. I took it to the enhanced inspection mechanic a week ago and they wouldn't let the stock headlight pass because its not DOT. It also need a clutch lever because the ball was broken off. So today i got the headlight and lever and went back to the mechanic. I put the stuff on and he gave me the paperwork to take to the notary. Because it had an ORV title, they cannot process it online. It has to be done by hand. The notary said worst case it could take up to 8 weeks to get my title. So we wait. Here is what I did to get the bike street legal. Front and rear brake light switches. (20$ for both on ebay) 2 Sets of suzuki bandit rear turn signals. (35$ on ebay) Horn and signal relay from auto store. (17$) R1 handle bar switches(20$ ebay) DOT tires, Kenda (95$ for both, motorcyclesuperstore.com) Rear taillight (35$ ebay) Headlight (50$ oemcycle.com...Kawasaki green on clearance) Trailtech Vapor (98$ ebay) Reg/Rect (37$ baja designs) 12v4ah battery (got from work) 2 Mirrors (20$ ebay) Mirror perches (22$ xrsonly.com, they replace the clamps and don't take up and more space on the bars) Blue LED light for hi beam indicator (Radio Shack) 2 Small green lights for turn signal indicator (Radio Shack) None of the prices include shipping. Every light must say DOT on the lense. Must have blue hi beam indicator. Must have both front and rear brake light switches. Must have 2 mirrors. Must have a horn. Must have front and rear turn signals. Must have speedo and odometer. Must have DOT tires. Must have a battery so lights can be on without bike running. The enhanced inspection was $120.00 at Jax Cycles in Altoona, PA. (only one in area) The notary fee was $60.50 at Notary and Copy Stop, inc. in Altoona, PA You have to pay the taxes on all the parts you buy for the conversion. The notary takes this money. Jax does all the paperwork and pictures, you pick it up and take it to the notary, they do their thing. When i get the title in the mail, I'll take it back to the notary and they will give me my plate and sticker. Then i have to go back to Jax for the final inspection and inspection sticker. Also, you must have valid insurance for a bike, whether its for this perticular bike or another. I had my card for 2 other bikes I have and the notary said that was good enough. You will need to have all receipts for your parts. The stuff i got on ebay I used paypal to pay for, so i just went back and printed all of them out. Hopefully, all i need to do is wait. From what another member on TT said, the receipts have to say DOT on them. If that is the case, I may have just wasted a lot of money. Even the DOT parts i bought from stores don't say DOT on the receipt. I guess we'll see. With all parts, pieces, this and that, I think I have about $700.00 in this project. I'll get some pics of the bike and a couple brackets i made when i can. I'll also let you know when i get the plate. You may have already read this on supermoto junkie. I'll get some pics of the bike now and when i finish it in advantage hardwood HD camo!!!!