|Verfasst am: 21.01.2016 13:30 Titel:
My German is not very good at all. But I am having a very hard time with the idea of TÜV for my idea of a bobber conversion.
It seems there are a lot of rules and laws I'm not allowed to break to convert my bike.
My questions are as below:
I want to convert the front wheels to 21", I have asked Kedo, they said I should be able to do so with what's called "Prüfbericht" for assembled wheels.
But how can I confirm this before I break down my front hub for the conversion?
Is the front fender required for TÜV?
If I cut the tail of the frame, would I need TÜV for the modified frame?
Removing air box - is this legal? I have seen some bikes with just a K&N filter into the carb... But in told it's not legal?
Removing battery and install a battery eliminator - will this require TÜV?
Shortening front fork - TÜV?
Thanks in advance
Please feel free to reply in German. I can try and translate it.