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 Post subject: My Sand Devil is now street legal!
PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 12:43 pm 
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Here's what it took:

Level 2 inspection at the Arizona MVD
Emissions test
Insurance

It was a total pain! Especially having to take it through emissions twice(it failed the first time).

But I can now legally irritate my neighbours. :D

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 1:35 pm 
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Good to hear, I'm going to get mine on the road next year. Luckily Michigan doesn't have emmisions so that won't be a problem.

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 Post subject: Re: My Sand Devil is now street legal!
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RAPTORAZ wrote:
Here's what it took:

Level 2 inspection at the Arizona MVD
Emissions test
Insurance

It was a total pain! Especially having to take it through emissions twice(it failed the first time).

But I can now legally irritate my neighbours. :D


What about mirrors? Are mirrors required for street legalization? Other than that, the Joyners come with everything else.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 7:53 pm 
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I don't know if mirrors are a requirement. But I did put one on mine prior to the inspection.

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Awesome!... that is too friggin cool.


Can't imagine the looks you must get sometimes... but that must be somewhat common place down there???

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 18, 2005 12:20 am 
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Say what? Why did you have to emission it? You don't have to do a golf cart. You didn't tell them it was 20hp did you? I was planning on telling them it is 8hp.

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I think, in AZ you must have a rear view mirror, horn, and either a windshield or wear goggles. The emmission test is in certain counties. I live in pinal, no emission crap to worry about.

Theres some catches to where you can drive if you declare 8hp. Not that I would want to take something as slow as these buggies on an interstate, but hey, someone may.

More than likely, they'll just treat it as an atv and you'll get atv plates.


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Yea I agree with you Heath. I don't have any intention of taking it anywhere you couldn't take a golf cart though. I know CLMZ has his golf cart registered and he didn't do any emission testing.

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Man, Arizona is too cool with the registration process... you guys are killing me.


Now if they could just do something about the heat...

What's the average temp the rest of the year (besides these 3 months???)


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Hella Nice!

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I think I could deal with the 3 months if that's the case.

9 months of hella nice is awesome.


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lafngas wrote:
Say what? Why did you have to emission it? You don't have to do a golf cart. You didn't tell them it was 20hp did you? I was planning on telling them it is 8hp.


MVD told me that anything over 90cc's has to be emissioned. In any event, mine went through pretty easily. It just took a few turns of the pilot screw to get it into compliance. Working at a dealer does have some advantages. :wink:

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Working at a dealer?

Didn't know you did.

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I never knew it was possible to legalize them. I'm in Michigan and I believe that I would have to install a mirror, turn signals maybe, and a horn. What about engine size, the capability of only doing 40 mph, still possible to legalize? I have the Titan 2 with the 250cc motor. If so, that would be great as I have neighbors calling 911 everytime they see anything other than an automobile on our private dirt road.


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Is there anyone in the group from North Carolina that has been able to get their buggy street approved?

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 Post subject: where at in north carolina
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where at in north carolina you from.. im on fort bragg.. and need to know where to buy these things... local dealer only carries carter.. so no 250's as of yet


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 Post subject: Re: where at in north carolina
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where at in north carolina you from.. im on fort bragg.. and need to know where to buy these things... local dealer only carries carter.. so no 250's as of yet


I'm about 60 miles east of Charlotte. I got my Carter fron Northern Tool. That was befoe I knew about Extremetoys in Lake Norman. Thats about the only place I know of except for ordering off of the internet.

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I don't remember ever seen you post what tires you had for street use. I can swear I remember you saying you had 24" tires but I could be wrong. Anyway, what are you using for the road?

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 Post subject: Re: My Sand Devil is now street legal!
PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2005 3:48 pm 
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RAPTORAZ wrote:
Here's what it took:

Level 2 inspection at the Arizona MVD
Emissions test
Insurance

It was a total pain! Especially having to take it through emissions twice(it failed the first time).

But I can now legally irritate my neighbours. :D


What did the level 2 inspection consist of, and how did they test the emissions?

Sounds like something I want to do next.

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I don't remember ever seen you post what tires you had for street use. I can swear I remember you saying you had 24" tires but I could be wrong. Anyway, what are you using for the road?


I've been using the stock 22's. But I've got a set of 25x13.5x10 inch Dick Cepek Spider-Tracs, on Douglas .190 wheels, that I'm gonna use for the desert and street. My current gearing(13/39) is too low for those conditions. But with the 25's, it should be about perfect. By using two different size tires, 25's for the desert/street and 22's for the dunes, I won't have to change my gearing for the conditions. Just swap tires.

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