Nodachisword

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  1. You can buy a Baja kit to make it street legal. The requirements for street legal vary from state to state. PA says that you only need head lights, tail lights, horn, and mirror. But to be extra careful especially if you live in the city, I have everything which includes: Head light, tail light, horn, mirror, turn signals, and speedometer. The DR's are a dual sport line for Suzuki so it shouldn't be to hard to make them street legal. It doesn't look like there is a place for a license plate so you will probably have to get plate holder. I'm not sure if the current tires are DOT tires. Off road tires are fine on the road it'll just be bumpier. Here is a website with more info. https://dirtlegal.com/blog/how-to-make-your-dirt-bike-street-legal Some of the stuff on this site does not affect you. Since the DR's are dual sports they probably have stuff like kickstands, lights, and gearing that works on road. Hope this helps. Keep us updated!
  2. They look like they are in really good shape. Depending on where you live you could probably get at least $1500 for each maybe even more. I live in Philadelphia so those bikes would probably bring in at least $1800. Not sure what they are worth in other parts of the country. But 500 for both seems like a really good deal. NADA guides says that these bikes are worth between $660-2200. Good Luck!
  3. Hi there, I bought a 2001 DR200SE a few weeks ago and it was missing a turn signal so I replaced it. Now the right side when turned on just stays on and doesn't blink. The left side does the same but the front left bulb doesn't go on, I think that might just be a bad bulb. Could this be a relay problem? Thanks, Maddie
  4. Hi there, I bought a 2001 DR200SE a few weeks ago and it was missing a turn signal so I replaced it. Now the right side when turned on just stays on and doesn't blink. The left side does the same but the front left bulb doesn't go on, I think that might just be a bad bulb. Could this be a relay problem? Thanks, Maddie
  5. I was hoping for something close to $1200.
  6. I have a 1976 Honda cb360T but it's more of a project bike. I really like the 80-90's and they seem to be a bit cheaper than the newer ones in my price range. Thanks for all the suggestions though!
  7. Hi there, I am going to look at a 1995 Suzuki DR250 for my first bike. I am also a 5'5" woman with an inseam of 31". It has an electric start, new 49 tooth sunstar sprocket and chain, and new grips. It has 26440 miles and comes with the original manual, foot pegs, and turn signals. Its listed for $1850, would this be a good buy? Thanks
  8. I was hoping to use this bike more as a starter and an errand runner. So a 350 or smaller is fine for me.
  9. Thanks for all the suggestions! The 600 was a long shot and I think something smaller would be better.
  10. Hi there, I'm new to Thumpertalk and to motorcycles. I am looking to get a dual sport as my first bike to learn on. I am a 5'5" woman, with a a 31" inch inseam and I was looking at the 1990's and 80's Yamaha XT's. I really like dual sports but it seems like all the older 1990's and 80's are all kick start. How hard is it to kick start an XT600? the bigger the engine size the harder it probably is to kick start it. Do you guys think a Yamaha XT would be a good starter dual sport or do you have any suggestions on another beginner dual sport? Thanks