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  1. Canard is one of the top goon riders... http://www.racerxonline.com/article/trey-canard-update-video.aspx http://motocross.transworld.net/1000076222/videos/canard-goon-vid-2/
  2. Yeah this was a stock crf50 with a 88cc engine in it.
  3. pretty nice. i know the record for an 88cc jump is around 85ft.
  4. She came in on Saturday with mom. She was very upset her bike was not at the track and she couldn't ride it. Mom said she cried Saturday morning for a while before they came out cause she wasn't going to ride....hahaha I think she wants to ride...lol They were in the golf cart Saturday during the races. Ya'll had some good racing going on, good to see.
  5. Where was the youngest bunny's t-shirt.... She showed up Saturday.
  6. $65 for the pro class and $45 for Am.
  7. Texas Mini National Rules 12” Pro- Must run a 12” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 14” front wheel (max) is allowed. Must be at least 14 years of age with Parent permission and parent must sign waver for minor. 10” Pro- Must run a 10” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 12” front wheel (max) is allowed. Must be at least 14 years of age with Parent permission and parent must sign waver for minor. There is no wheel base for this class! 12” AM- Must run a 12” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 14” front wheel (max) is allowed. Must be at least 14 years of age with Parent permission and parent must sign waver for minor. 10” AM- Must run a 10” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 12” front wheel (max) is allowed. Must be at least 14 years of age with Parent permission and parent must sign waver for minor. There is no wheel base for this class! 88cc- this is a 10” rear wheel and 12” front wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. Must be at least 14 years of age with Parent permission and parent must sign waver for minor. You may not run more than 88cc. If you podium your bike WILL be checked. NO CHEATER ENGINES!!!! 12” stock/mod- the following items must remain “BONE STOCK”: Engine head and cylinder (no aluminum heads or cylinder spacers allowed) carburetor (re-jetting is fine, choke must be left on carb) carburetor manifold and engine appearance, frame, forks, swingarm, wheel hubs (wheel size must remain stock), brakes and fuel tank. Bikes can be modified by changed or adding the following items: upper triple clamps, handlebars, grips, brake cable, kill switch, throttle assy., sprocket, graphics, tires, piston, rings, exhaust system, clutch springs and plate (clutch MUST remain FULLY AUTOMATIC) CDI box, air filter, fork springs, rear shock, chain, footpegs/mount, skidplates, rim and spokes, shifter and brake lever, seat covers and foam, and plastics. 10” stock/mod- the following items must remain “BONE STOCK”: Engine head and cylinder (no aluminum heads or cylinder spacers allowed) carburetor (re-jetting is fine, choke must be left on carb) carburetor manifold and engine appearance, frame, forks, swingarm, wheel hubs (wheel size must remain stock), brakes and fuel tank. Bikes can be modified by changed or adding the following items: upper triple clamps, handlebars, grips, brake cable, kill switch, throttle assy., sprocket, graphics, tires, piston, rings, exhaust system, clutch springs and plate (clutch MUST remain FULLY AUTOMATIC) CDI box, air filter, fork springs, rear shock, chain, footpegs/mount, skidplates, rim and spokes, shifter and brake lever, seat covers and foam, and plastics. Women’s Pro- May race any bike that adheres to the 12”pro or 10”Pro rules. Women’s AM- May race and bike that adheres to 12”AM or 10”AM rules. No Sandbagging, if you are a fast chick STEP UP and enter Women’s Pro! 12” Youth- must be 13 and under. Must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign release form. Must run a 12” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 14” front wheel (max) is allowed.. 10” Youth- must be 13 and under. Must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign release form. Must run a 10” REAR wheel. All bikes must be air cooled four stroke engines with open cradle frame. 12” front wheel (max) is allowed. There is no wheel base for this class. Vet- must be 30 years of age by September 6th 2008. May race any bike that adheres to the 10AM and 12 AM rules. Fat Boy- must be 200LBS+ (without gear). May race any bike that adheres to the 10AM and 12 AM rules.
  8. The Texas Mini Nationals is coming up quick. This is one you don't want to miss, if you have a pitbike, or even if you don't, you still don't want to miss it. This is one of the largest pitbike races around. It pulls by far the fastest pitbike riders in the country. If you think pitbikes are no big deal, then you haven't seen one of our locals (Andrew Clark), or Oklahoma's Dennis Hotson (88cc world record holder at over 130ft!) riding one. Not to mention CHP's Willy Browning. www.chpusa.net for more info www.northtexasmx.com
  9. I live near them and won't do business with them. They have offered for me to ride one of their bikes in a few races, but I won't even do that.
  10. Here's the thing there are plenty of bad bikes from SSR, but the 90R has been a proven good entry level bike from SSR. Like Precision50 said. I know many people, including myself that have run these bikes with no issues. Make sure to loc-tite all the bolts and make sure they are all tightened when you get it. The pipe is a POS and will need to be replaced quickly (baffle blows out quickly). The motor is actually a very good motor and has a good power range for an 88 (actually 86). Andrew Clark beat the snot out of one and it still runs. He has beat many a bigger bike on it and made it look easy (although this is mainly the rider). He put a pipe on and new bars and left the rest stock. That was pretty much all I did to mine also, although the next step is always the tires.
  11. Here are our 50's + a 110
  12. Which "Honda", there are two posted right together. Both pitbikes are "Honda" based, but the only thing Honda is the tank, cases and mine has hubs. Everything else is after market. One setup is Reeg w/ Stratos forks and the other is BBR w/ Marzocchi forks.
  13. Here's mine...
  14. Try an Xtreme.... I take that tire in to get changed.
  15. I love the Bridgestone's also, probably my favorite tire so far, especially on a 110. I run a Xtreme (3.50x10) on the rear of the 50 with a Bridgestone front.