Hey everybody! Been a while since I posted up here. I spent most of my summer playing around on my sportbike or injured, so I didn't ride the WR400F all that much. I got into riding motocross a bunch as well, and the WR400 carried me for a while, but in the end I bought a YZ 250 for motocross stuff, and decided to keep the WR400 around for trail riding and what not. Over the same I also converted my street bike to be track only, including full race plastics, and a bunch of other modifications. Not bad... except now I don't have a street bike! I originally bought my WR400F and it was plated in washington, but of course of questionable street legality. So, provided I can get the title to transfer to Oregon without headache (and I think I can) I should be able to get the actual plate on the bike without much of a headache. The problem though is making it street legal enough that I don't get pulled over on sight by a police officer. So I'm looking to do the following: Put OEM Headlight back on (swapped to number plate) Add switch for high low beam for later use, and it has blinker option as well as horn button. Take 12v supply going to headlight on/off and reroute it to new switch. Run headlight high/low off of it (for now, both go to headlight) Run 12v supply to running tail light Wire 12v to brake light pressure siwtch, and pass onwards to brake light itself. Run from switch for blinkers to blinker switch, and run from there to blinkers Go up a single tooth on the front to help make the bike a bit better at slower highway speeds. It's fairly minimal, but it gets me what I need. Blinkers, a headlight, a tail light, and a brake light. I use mostly front brake, so a front brake only pressure switch should do fine. Questions: 1- Does the stock WR400f have enough power to run a headlight, a brake light, and some blinkers all at once? 2- Would going with LED blinkers help reduce the power draw? 3- Do you have any advice for me to help keep this trail worthy so if I do take it on a trail ride I'm not just going to instantly brake all of this stuff off. 4- Any other advice?