Hey all; Been browsing for the last hour and a half and can't find a threat on this already, so I wanted to get your opinions (specifically if you've done this on THIS bike)... I am looking into getting a Trick Dual Sport kit for my '99 WR400F. It has all the popular low-cost high-power mods (grey wire, throttle stop, YZ timing, top of airbox gone, bottom full of holes, FMF with SA muffler) and I have a few questions... 1. head/tail lights dim at idle. could be because stock HL has been replaced with dual halogen round units. bad for dark trail riding because you need to rev it up to get light, and the trails here are too damn rough (as in 2 foot deep ruts and washouts, muskeg and bog-holes, canadian shield-rock and tree roots, etc...) to ride that fast. Will the battery in the TDS kit fix this or will i need a stator rewind? can i get the BD stator kit and install THAT and also have it work with the TDS kit (i know it replaces stock, but im rediculously new at modding this bike, i just followed the instructions the dealership mechanic hand-wrote for me to do the other mods... and he did the timing/grey wire) 2. Since off-road vehicles (ATVs, snowmobiles, dirt bikes) are street legal here in the NWT i have been getting away without a motorcycle license, but recently found out that i need one since it IS still a motorcycle and it IS still on the road. Should I bother with this kit or just beg/borrow/steal my co-worker's old nighthawk 450 and do the road test on that, and just get a stator rewind kit for the bike to brighten the lights, or what? I'm north of 60° so im in a bit of a unique situation here... rules are a little different. Just looking for an opinion here... 3. I notice a rather obvious rattle coming from the kick-start... is there a spring in there or something to replace to ensure it's FULLY disengaging after i start the bike? At least i THINK that's what it is... or is this common for the wr? I've only had it a couple months, so im not sure. last 2 bikes were 2-strokes and they were bought OLD and RATTY and just ridden until they fell apart. Just looking for opinions... and BTW its dark about 18-20 hours a day up here in the winter, so all my ice-riding will require lights. We have ice-roads here (roads plowed on lakes... iceroad truckers anyone?) and snowmobile trails that i plan on blazing. And just a heads-up: fabricating my own kit / piecing one together isn't really an option. I'm not a mechanically/electronically inclined person, it won't work out well for me lol... looking for an easy-install with a few years of reliability and fun without high-maintenance.