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Old 02-06-2011, 07:37 PM
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Contemplating Mobster Build Australia

Hey Guys,

I have decide on building or attempting to build a 2010 Mobster bobber from Southern Motorcycle works.

I have read that Randy from Southern is really good to deal with and the company has a very good reputation amongst the biking community.

My question is, Does the mobster bobber from SMW comply with the australian ADR's ? off the shelf does it comply and if not what modifications need to be made to make it comply ?
Hopefully there are some fella's from OZ that have built one already or know what the go would be.

cheers fella's

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Old 02-06-2011, 08:28 PM
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Hey Offtap

As it comes the Mobster doesn't comply with the ADR's. Off the top of my head I can think of lights, pipes, fenders, bar height, exhaust. All lines will need to be certified as well plus emissions.
Here is the link to the ADR site.

Swapping out most of those bits isn't a problem and not super expensive either if you take your time and look around. Best bet is to find yourself a helpful engineer to get you through the cert process. It will cost but come reg time it saves you a shitload of hassle.

Any other worries send me a pm or email me.



ps. For you notlivinginaustraliaguys who think its a tough process getting your bikes on the road. Have a read through those ADR's and see what we in Aus have to go through.
If I knew what it was I wouldn't ha........oh hell, I still woulda played with it.
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Old 02-07-2011, 04:04 PM
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Thanks alot Pieman, you'll be hearing from me
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