The bikes a pretty low maintanence check the vavles every 5-10hrs depending on riding style also change the oil every ride >at the track at least Motorex 10w/50 full synth. Plus any other regular bike maintenance. In Cali there is no way to get this street legal but for NM I dont now the rules> KTM hard parts sells the enduro kit. Just sold my Chevy Avalanche due to gas prices so I am looking for small toyota / Nissan to get me to the MX track.
If NM is anything like CO it's super easy to make a bike street legal. Here you just need a notarized bill of sale, headlight, brake light, horn and 1 mirror. Brake light switches are pretty easy to come by, bike stores have mirrors for cheap, and there are a few different enduro kits out there that will supply the rest.
Yes I got it from Del Amo Motorsports NEW late 06. Bike has 25 aprox hrs and looks great love the bike just not using[need$$ due to riding MX every weekend. I start it every couple weeks just to keep the juices flowing. Last time I had it out was at Grange 8monthes ago. Also has a lap timer from DRC on it that just needs a new battery.:thumbup:I just moved up to Rancho Santa Margarita from San Clemente and sold my chevy avalanche due to gas prices and am look to sell to by small pickup for mx track