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sweet rob! GL and good choice :)
 

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I would never pay taxes until I wanted to register it for street use (you pay taxes in the state you live in). I only ride track so I wont pay them.
Right but if the MSO is in the dealer's name, you have to pay taxes I think to get it made in your name, or pay taxes to have a real title made up for you. Either way I'm pretty sure you'd have to pay sales tax even if you don't register it.
 

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MGFChapin,

I and several others who only ride track never register it in our names yo save the money. I have done this several times and I know several of the racers on here do the same thing.

But yes you are correct if you want everything in your name then sure pay the taxes and waste the money. If not file the MSO away in your file cabinet and use the money for Starbucks or race parts. I think you get the idea.
 

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fueratoma,

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Just to clarify for anyone selling a bike that wants to contact me. I am making this bike a race bike that will never see the street. Every street part off it will be for sale when I strip it down to prep it.
 

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MGFChapin,

I and several others who only ride track never register it in our names yo save the money. I have done this several times and I know several of the racers on here do the same thing.

But yes you are correct if you want everything in your name then sure pay the taxes and waste the money. If not file the MSO away in your file cabinet and use the money for Starbucks or race parts. I think you get the idea.
Sure, I did the same w/ my race bike, but I think it'd be hard to do it that way with a dealership and a new bike. Anyway, good luck!
 
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