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  1. http://bmmspark.com/ This is a great place to ride I went a month ago and have been every weekend since they have a ton of trails of all difficulties well marked I hardly see any other groups of riders when I am on the trails once I am out on the trails it is like it is my own personal trail system they have a nice parking area that you can camp at if you want they have a food wagon, restrooms and showers as well as a small selection of gear and parts that are surprisingly well priced they are friendly and as helpful as can be it is one of those places where you feel like one of the gang from the moment your there in case you can not tell I am hook on the place it does not hurt that it is only 15 miles from my house to. you can find me there most every weekend PM me we can hit a few trails.
  2. Well, with less than a month until I'm going away for college, I want to get as much riding in as I can. That being said, I am kinda new to the area and I don't have a single friend that rides. If anyone wants to meet up and go riding, definitely let me know. I've been to brushy mountain once and loved it there and I'd like to get up to elkhorn lake and down to uwharrie sometime. During the week would be the best time for me, and I have access to quite a bit of land in stokes county but the trails need some work before they will be rideable. Anyways, I'd just like to meet some people to go and ride some trails with.
  3. Hello all, There's been a lot of talk about how to register a dirt bike in states that don't allow it. I just moved to North Carolina and for the first time in my life might be able to afford a bike. I've been dreaming about an XR650R for a long time, but they're not cheap. Plated bikes seem to be more expensive too. So here's my question, has anyone tried to plate a dirt bike by adding all the necessary features and having it inspected as a custom bike? Anyone know of another way I can plate an xr650 in NC? Thanks
  4. Budget FCR swap for DRZ400, a new approach For those owning a DRZ power gains from an FCR swap may seem very attractive, until you consider the cost. The Keihin FCR MX carbs are expensive and used swap kits rarely sell for less than $450 on eBay. Prices for the Thumper talk kit and others are rising as Keihin has had recent price hikes. I talked to Mike at the Power Barn in early October, when I began my search, and he was out of 39mm FCRs. He told me once they were back, prices would be about 35% higher because “Keihin US had a massive price hike earlier this year”. Limited potential of the Mikuni CV36 means that if you want more power from your DRZ, and FCR is a must. If you have already made the 3x3 air box mod this and exhaust are the next logical step for your DRZ. For those looking for power there is another way to solve the problem without spending so much money. Two weeks ago I purchased a Keihin FCR MX version 39mm off eBay for $125. FCR’s without the removable intake are common on 4 stroke racing four-wheelers and dirt bikes. FCRs without the removable intake bell are identical internally to those with the removable intake bell. These can be obtained cheaper than those with the removable bell, hence the reason I was able to get mine for $125 instead of $500+. I did a lot of hunting to get one at this price, but they sell for $200-300 regularly. As an engineer by trade I was able to design an aluminum adapter to make this happen. For those on a budget this is a great option. If anyone wants an adapter to test on their bike, message me and we can work something out. Keihin FCR Basics So that you understand more about Keihin carbs here are a few details. Ø There are 3 body styles to the Keihin FCR: 1. Keihin Slant FCR 2. Keihin MX FCR with removable air boot. This is most commonly adapted to the DRZ400. The reference “air boot” is located on the air box side of the carb. 3. Keihin MX FCR without removable air boot. Not commonly used on DRZ400 but the topic of this discussion. Notice there is no bolt on plastic adapter on the air box side of the carb. Ø These body styles can have 3 option packages. 1. Choke 2. Choke and hot start 3. Choke, hot start, and throttle position sensor (TPS) Ø When trying to find the appropriate FCR you need to inspect for port size. When you hear about 37, 38, 39 or 41mm carbs the referenced measurement is the throat size as measured from the position of the flat slide. See the picture below, this is a 39mm carb. 39mm and 41mm carbs are most commonly adapted to the DRZ. The smaller the bore the more “torquey” the motor will be. Some have used 37 or 38mm carbs and had success. Any perform better than the stock Mikumi. Ø From my research 39mm carbs were available from the factory on some of these models: o 2003-2007 YZ450F o 2000-2009 KTM 525 XC four wheeler o KTM RFS 4 stroke motorcycles 450 and 525 o CRF450X Always ask your seller to take the appropriate measurement. Good reputable sellers will be happy to take your money, for the 5 minutes it takes to check their carb. What you need for an affordable FCR swap Now onto my FCR project. To adapt a FCR with non-removable air boot you need: Item #5, the FCR adapter, is the key component. This lets you take your carburetor without the removable air boot and make it the same overall length of the FCR everyone else uses. The adapter’s air box size matches that of the stock Mikuni carb and attaches well to the air box. On the carburetor side the adapter is slightly oversized (~.007”) for a good fit. I recommend using 3M weather-strip adhesive or RTV silicon to seal the junction. Keihn castings vary slightly and no two carbs measure the exact same, making this necessary. As a side note, I made one of these also from ABS plastic which I actually prefer. Being weaker than aluminum, ABS plastic adapters are a press on fit and you are ready to go (no sealer needed). Thanks to the TT community for jetting suggestions. My DRZ with stock exhaust is running the following jetting configuration. The fit of my carb with this adapter was nearly identical to the last FCR I installed on a friend’s DRZ. Below are more pictures. Please enjoy and share your thoughts. Here is one ABS adapter.
  5. Brown Mt. N.C. Trail System has been closed do to fires on the mountain, any one have any additional info on reopening?
  6. Anybody riding the Fayetteville area? Just got a Wr250x and looking for some people to hit some trails with.
  7. I have always understood that if you go to title a bike in NC with a MSO that doesnt have "off-road use only" you should be good to go. This gave me a pretty good feeling on buying a new KTM and getting it plated, even if I had to go through the hassle of bringing it up to street legal. However I called and spoke to a KTM dealer today and he told me that the new 2017 bikes are coded so that that none of the off road models are in the database to register, meaning it would be impossible in NC to do. Is this the case? Or is this merely the dealer not knowing what they are talking about.
  8. Hey Guys, Looking for people in the Charlotte area, "newer" rider but would love to meet up and find more people to ride with. Brad
  9. I'm just getting back into riding after a looooong absence.I have been riding Windrock(DH bicycle), but never on a moto there.I may need to get the feel of my moto first before I jump on WR's trails. Any noobs around Asheville,NC. ? Looking at Enoree for a first time out next weekend, as usual everything is 2 hours away.
  10. Hello, All, Just joined the forum after reading for some time. Appreciate the good information here. I'll be escaping New England's late winter to spend the month of April in the Pinehurst, NC area. Been reading here and elsewhere about the riding available in the general vicinity, including some of the pluses and minuses: Closest are Badin Lake and Uwharrie. These seem to be the same place, but can't quite tell; people seem to speak of them differently sometimes. Next closest is Outback, but I don't see much talk about this from the 2-wheeled crowd. Brown and Brushy seem to be the places that people gravitate to -- about 3 hours to the west of where I'll be. But here is the catch: I am brand new to trail riding! Been riding motorcycles for 20+ years, street riding, then to road racing and track days (raced for quite a while -- in fact at the end of this trip I'll be on track at VIR on the race bike), with a smattering of flat-track type training as well (so appreciate some of the ways that that dirt riding, neutral spine/push the bike down, is different than road course), but I am pure novice off-road and will be treating myself as such. The question: do you think I would be able to find a day or two of riding appropriate for me to start my dirt/trail career (like, start on the bunny slope and progress only when I'm ready) or should I leave the new dirt bike at home in New England? Thanks, Dustin
  11. I currently ride a 1998 cr250r. I love this bike, it is strong and fun. But! I found a 2007 rmz 250 that I can get at an awesome price. Question is " At 200lb (winter weight LOL) Would the rmz be enough bike for me? My cr screams, and I love the power. But in reality I love hre scramble and woods riding more than tracks. And I was told the lighter (my bike dry weight is 213lbs,) would be as fun in the woods and I wouldnt miss the power as much as I fear. I love that my bike bolts off and power wheelies any time or gear I want. But A tractor bike would be good for these twisty hill climbs I ride here at home. I do ride tracks too! but I love the woods better. Please let me know your input. And if any one is interested I have a 98 cr250 for sell.
  12. BRUSHY MOUNTAIN WILL BE OPEN THIS WEEKEND MARCH 9, 10 and 11 FOR RIDING. We only received 1/4 inch of rain late Thursday Night and it was already drying out Friday morning. The MX Track is open and ready to ride but we still have several things more we want to do before we say it's finished. The youth Trail behind the office is Fresh Groomed and is in fantastic shape. Hope you can make it this weekend. DON'T FORGET THE SPRING BREAK RIDE AND THE KTM/HUSABERG FACTORY DEMO. RIDE ON MARCH 24 AT BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.
  13. Allright guys. Both my bikes were stolen from my garage this past Friday night. They were LOCKED and CHAINED. I'm not going through through the brain damage of posting pics on here, the craigslist ad I posted is linked below. Please keep an eye and an ear out. The 450 had Titanium/Carbon Fiber Yosh RS4 exhaust and a hinson clutch cover. It should stand out a little. The 250 is bone stock with G-force suspension stickers on the forks. They also stole a set of my dirty TLD gear SE Gear, 28 waist, jersey med, Blue/Red. Keep an eye out as you cruise craigslist, your local riding spots and wherever else. Scumbags cut a hole in the back wall of my garage with a saw-zaw, climbed in, cut the locks off the bikes and rolled them right out the front door. http://raleigh.craigslist.org/mcy/2812178956.html
  14. Brushy Mountain will be Open this weekend for riding. Friday will be gorgeous. The current forcast for Saturday is a 50% chance of showers and Sunday it is a 30% chance. The MX Track is still closed for rebuilding. We are adding over 150 tons of dirt, 210 tons of sand and finishing up with wood chips. If the weather holds out and the equipment holds together we hopefully will be done in a few weeks. Hope we see you this weekend. Richard
  15. Hello I am new to the forum. I purchased my daughters dirt bikes for Christmas. I have riding experience but they are newbies. We have 5 acres to ride on but I am looking for some riding off our property come spring. I want to do some trail riding that is not to hard and I do not want to get in the way of the serious riders. Can anyone give me some advice.
  16. Brushy Mountain will be OPEN this coming weekend Dec. 30, 31 Jan. 1 and 2nd. The current forcast is for Temperatures in the low to high 50s and a 10% chance of rain. We had some rain 1st of this week but by this weekend there will only be puddles. We are grooming Trail # 1 in the C Section. For those of you not familiar with Brushy, that's the first 7+ miles of the main 25 mile loop trail. We hope to see you this weekend. Happy New Year, Richard
  17. Brushy Mountain will be CLOSED this Sunday 9/23/12 to host the NCHSA Race. We will be OPEN 9 til 5 on Friday and 9 til 3PM on Saturday. The price to ride this Friday or Saturday will only be $15.00 per rider. The ENTIRE C-Section will be closed for riding. Hope we see you.
  18. Anyone up for a dual sport or mortars ride in the Boone area on Monday 9/17? Rain or shine this week. This is the third time I've trekked to get some kind of ride going on up that way but with. I luck yet
  19. Hog Heaven MX - 5760 Percy Strickland Rd, Godwin, NC
  20. Silver creek is open for pratice this weekend. http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100001496261242
  21. Think it'll be dry enough after Tuesday's rain? Who's going? Would like to try 11 again...
  22. Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park will be CLOSED this coming CHRISTMAS weekend. That's Dec. 23rd, 24th and 25th. We will reopen the following weekend for riding WEATHER PERMITING. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
  23. Anyone riding out back Saturday?
  24. Perfect track and trail conditions www.carolinapowersports.net facebook.com/carolina powersports promotion 828-443-2967
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