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    Apollo 125 make it street legal in texas? electrical

    hi guys new to the forum, i searched a bit and didnt get back much back.

    i have been looking into making my little pit bike street legal so i can ride it to school and around town. so far ive got some steps that i need to do and they are

    1. register it, think i can handle this.
    2. license, thats easy enough.
    3. making the bike actually street legal.

    i have looked at what texas is requiring and the biggest issue first off is i need a battery and a light system for it and i have a kick start . does anyone know of a kit that someone sells or do i need to piece this stuff together. ive called some of the bike shops around me and none of them will even touch a chinese bike sadly.

    so i guess my question is, is there an easy answer to getting this battery/lights/street legal conversion or do i need to keep possibly trying to piece together a system?

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    Try doing a search on the CRF50 Forum, type in street legal 50 in the Search Forum box at the top of the thread listings. I'm sure you'll find plenty of threads there that will have all the conversion information you'll need.
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    You may be better off with a new harness that incorporates lights and battery.
    This is what I did with a z50.
    I used this. https://japan.webike.net/products/20940832.html

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    this the guy in DFW that did the black 125? you can weld up a battery mount on the subframe opposite the exhaust. it would fare better than the ziptie and hand bent aluminum heat shield

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    okay guys, the apollo125 had some issues. i have bent handle bars, no brakes, and no title. so i found this guy on craigs list who builds tao taos from scratch to be street legal and i picked one up from him. this is actrually my bike but its not done yet. hes just waiting on the street slicks.

    https :// www (.) youtube (.) com/ watch?v =1 RcYEh23d14

    im super stoked. i live in a rural texas town and being able to cruise AT 45MPH will be perfect for getting around town and just outside.

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