My son (Jimmy, #531) and I went to Baldwin, MI over the weekend. The Acerbis 1.3 gallon tank on his '03 YZ85/FMF Turbine Core II Q pipe/O ring chain/Moose busters and guards and skid plate, worked well--thanks Randy 17A! Jimmy fell in the sand 3 times. I didn't! We did over 100 miles and I did not even get to reserve on my big Clarke tank. Due to batteries, I had the GPS off for the Little O side, so we probably did 115 or so total. My Panoram battery went dead too. At least that is what I hope. It quit registering speed and I could not change modes. There was a low battery warning on it at times. My son needed gas at the end of each day's ride. My body was out! We rode Little Manistee and Lincoln Hills and many places in between on Saturday. Road the ORV--not the single track. Some portions of the singletrack was freshly groomed, but with the rain, it was, deep, slippery and unsteady for my son, who is a bit short for the YZ. He ripped on the ORV sections and did well in the whoops. Some areas paralelling M37 (west side of Little Manistee) were pretty whooped out. Not much traffic as many were bowhunting. We saw maybe 12 cycles and 8 quads (only reporting serious rides here--not XR100's and bow hunter quads) the whole weekend. Saw several deer and a bunch of turkeys. One nice looking "babe" that deserved a second look. Lincoln Hills was a gas. Pretty fast pace hear. Reminded me of riding in TBQ 1985 (Time Before Quads!) You could actually sit down for a quarter mile at a time and cruise in 3rd gear. Not sure if I ever got into 5th gear. It may have been recently groomed. Sunday we went to the Little O. It sucked. Quads delight. I hate big whoops in a tight woods! Big banked turns. Low limbs. Sandy middle. Whoops. Couldn't see very far in front--dangerous! Where the quad tires go was best riding, but that put your bars too close to trees. We got onto some old powerline and railroad bed and ripped it up but had to eventually turn around. I think we were supposed to be on the trail in the ditch--but quads whooped it really bad. We somehow came to the Big O start where street legal is required in some areas. We headed back to the parking lolt, crossed the road, got back on Little Manistee and headed up to Lincoln Hills to do that loop the opposite way. We had started out in the rain on Sunday but it cleared up once we got to Lincoln Hills. Traction was primo with hardly any puddles. A toy hauler/camper is definately on the "wish to get list" but the tent was not all that bad. Putting it up in the dark was! That's what it's all about!