Its a race bke and is not a on road title at all its a competition bike for closed course only. Good luck.
[/QUOTE If the bike has no title how do you help with this? Being that the SMR doesn't come with one?
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I know this is an old thread but I just stumbled into it and have to disagree with you and just incase someone else stumbles into this. I have a 2022 SMR that I made street legal and I have a blast on it, I run it on the stock slicks, I have all the lighting/plates on it and the dealership was nice enough when they registered it to register it as street legal since the Austrian CTOs don't have off-road use only on the CTO. Stock stator just have to run low watt LEDs, learned that the hard way getting stranded and obviously with the slip clutch you can not roll start these. Not trying to stroke your fur the wrong direction but it is absolutely doable with no issues.I've owned two 2022 450SMRs and I can tell you that the SMR is not even remotely rideable on the street. It isn't geared for it, the cooling system won't handle it, and it will quickly be evident to you that you have made a mistake by trying to make a street bike of it. Don't even think about going down that road.