3k in UK, you go by pounds still and not the dollar, which would mean approx $7k in us dollars?
Yeah, but that's half the fun - you get to set it up how YOU want the bike, not the way the factory decided it had to be. But, to each their own...some want easy set up and ride, others like to invest the time and reap the rewards. Regardless of which route you go, you're gonna be a happy camper :thumbup:Converting dirtbikes to SM might be a little more work than you wish to admit. In addition to 17" wheels and brakes there suspension rates and geometry differences. Oftentimes best to buy a bike already properly setup for SM than to muddle thru a conversion.
Yup.If I were to buy a YZ426 will I need to purchase a lighting kit? Its a 2002 model. At current it has only a daytime MOT.