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    Registering a dirt bike (2000 CR250)

    Hi

    I am wanting to purchase a 2000 Honda CR250 and was wondering if anyone knows the process of getting it registered or even if it is possible. I understand the main things it needs (headlight, tail light, speedo etc) but is their anything else to do with NZTA I should know of? Is it possible via alternative document forms?

    Kind Regards.

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    A mate 18 months back got his KX500 on the road all legal, he wired up a headlight, braked tail light number plate light and indicators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mulletman View Post
    A mate 18 months back got his KX500 on the road all legal, he wired up a headlight, braked tail light number plate light and indicators.
    What process did he do for that? Did he use the alternative document forms? If so documents did he present?

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    what riding are you planning on doing? if its just like adventure rides that require a plated bike just fake it! (never get checked anyway...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scubbo View Post
    what riding are you planning on doing? if its just like adventure rides that require a plated bike just fake it! (never get checked anyway...)
    Supermoto would be the plan.

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    Pretty sure the frame dictates the eligibility to be made road legal. Pretty sure it's even a nightmare getting a CRF250X or 450X legal despite being wired up as is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squidy View Post
    What process did he do for that? Did he use the alternative document forms? If so documents did he present?
    I dont know and i cant ask as he has since passed away.

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    You cant do it legally you will need a statement of compliance to prove it meet the relevant build standards which it wont. Too hard basket Im affraid

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