Here's the deal, I am going to buy a bike from a guy here in New Mexico and have a question regarding getting it street plated in NM. He bought the bike in AZ a few years back and recently transferred it to NM and got it titled here. The bike is an 07 450X in an 03 450R frame, so the VIN on the frame is for the 03. I ran the VIN on the Honda website and its correct on the title...title says 2003 Honda CRR. Sounded really weird to me but the bike is totally an X except for the frame...e start, running lights, fenders, everything. He says he bought it that way. I went for a test ride on Friday and thought the bike was awesome, plastics are definitely worn, minor petcock problem, but everything else looks good. Never heard of such a thing especially going with an earlier model frame...maybe some of you could shed some light on this. His title says "Motorcycle" and doesn't mention anything about off road only or OHV... My street plated KLR650 title says "Motorcycle" as well. Does this mean I will get a street plate? The MVD people told me I just need to bring in the title, a bill of sale, and my DL...pay the fees and they will give me a plate then and there, they don't even need to look at the bike because it already has a NM title. (I will still need to get a brake switch, mirror, and horn, but the MVD lady was ready to give me a plate then and there?!?!) I'm curious if the title says something other than simply "Motorcycle" for any of you out there with a NM OHV plate. I'm going to pick it up Monday unless I can't get it plated for some reason...need it plated for the RMAR rides. Want a much lighter bike with more power...I'll be selling my 06 KLR650. Anyone know if the non-street plate bikes have something different on the title?