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I was updating the starting grid for our National Enduro this year in Bismarck, AR and saw several big names, including our own Mr. Dwight Rudder.

I might be too star struck to check him in or out of a check:lol: I apologize

in advance!

Can't wait to check out all these FAST guys!!!!

Zac

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Sounds cool ... Mr. Dwight Rudder in the great state of Arkansas! He'll be on his 011 150 Husky I bet ... Look for a top finish from him ... Maybe give him the keys to Bismark?

Zac, do you have a link to the flyer to your race? I'd like to be back home to see him race also but can't make it .. :smirk:

Dwight: Where do you cross the mighty Mississippi River at on your way west to AR? It's FEB, the river might be up a little bit :rant:

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THE TRAIN ROBBERS NATIONAL ENDURO ... Cool name and good group of sponsors ... DR might just might could use a shop when he arrives :0 ....

I'm from the SE corner... Tillar , AR ( < 100 population ) :smirk: ... that is why I was asking DR about where he was gonna jump the Mississippi river at ... Only so many crossing for that river and one is at Greenville, MS ... If he comes that way, he will pass my old stomping grounds most likely ... And at the river, there are new casinos just built a couple yrs back ... DR might wanna stop there and invest a few of his winnings there on the way back ...

Drop us some pics of the race if you get the time ....

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I usually cross at Greenville, Ms. I love riding the Train Robber. Nice and technical ! Can't wait to try it on the new Husky WR150. I only used to be fast. Now I am just a Curmudgeon . LOL.

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I usually cross at Greenville, Ms. I love riding the Train Robber. Nice and technical ! Can't wait to try it on the new Husky WR150. I only used to be fast. Now I am just a Curmudgeon . LOL.

Do you go up hiway 65 \ 165 North and turn back west in the Pine Bluff area? There are a few ways to get there ... My early years were spent in the Tillar \ Dumas \ McGehee area riding 1st a '74 DT 250 Yamma hammer and then I saw the movie 'On Any Sunday' and been on Huskies ('76 CR250 first) ever since ...

Is this UR first race with the suspension dialed in on the 150 Husky like you wanted it dialed in?

Curmudgeon? After looking up the meaning ... I might be an old Curmudgeon :smirk:

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Do you go up hiway 65 \ 165 North and turn back west in the Pine Bluff area? There are a few ways to get there ... My early years were spent in the Tillar \ Dumas \ McGehee area riding 1st a '74 DT 250 Yamma hammer and then I saw the movie 'On Any Sunday' and been on Huskies ('76 CR250 first) ever since ...

Is this UR first race with the suspension dialed in on the 150 Husky like you wanted it dialed in?

Curmudgeon? After looking up the meaning ... I might be an old Curmudgeon :rant:

I turn at the White Hall / Sheridan #34 exit. US270. Just north of Pine Bluff on 65.

I will be riding the SC Nat'l with my jetting correct for first time. My suspension has been good for about the last 2 races. I just put on a 2011 KTM 150XC 36mm PWK air striker carb and finalized my jetting Saturday in Meridian, MS . Got the jetting close with the 38mm PWK but the 36mm is better. The key was the better needles and getting rid of the stock Mikuni TMXX. I am using a NOZF needle in the 38mm and a NOZI (stock) in the 36mm. :smirk:

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