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2/13/2018 9:00:09 PM
Topic:
Soggy Bottom Rescheduled

WR?Racing
WR?Racing
Posts: 44
From Chili on Facebook. "Ok guys and gals.....mark your calendars....Soggy Bottom is reschedule for April 8th!! If it is icing then I flat give up lol. History in the making....HBGP in April!"






2/11/2018 6:14:14 PM
Topic:
KTM..........FMF and Stock exhaust

moto99
moto99
Posts: 225
Stock KTM 350 sx-f full exhaust system. Looks almost brand new. No dents. $140 obo
FMF 4.1 mega bomb full exhaust system. Used, no dents and is in good shape. $400 obo
These came off a 15' KTM 350 sx-f. Not sure what other models and years they will fit.
Can't figure out how to upload pictures so text me and I'll send pictures 417-689-3143
2/11/2018 5:58:38 PM
Topic:
Clockwork 3.1 gallon fuel tank for KTM 350

moto99
moto99
Posts: 225
Used Clockwork 3.1 gallon fuel tank. Came off 15' 350 sx-f. No holes, no leaks, does come with gas cap.
$120
Can't get pictures to upload, text me for pictures 417-689-3143
2/9/2018 11:06:18 AM
Topic:
KREFT SUSPENSION CC FORKS LINKAGE SHOCK KTM 11-14

rgerding
rgerding
Posts: 322
I might consider taking you old suspension in on trade + cash.
2/9/2018 7:28:08 AM
Topic:
Feb 11th Race Postponed

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
Well here we go again......weatherman is just plain messing with us this season for sure. This will be twice that we will have beautiful weather 2 days before a race and then the bottom falls out for the race weekend! So due to the VERY dangerous chance of freezing rain/drizzle and snow to the north we are POSTPONING this weekends event. Round 7 Soggy Bottom FEB 11th. After driving home last Sunday in this exact same "light" freezing drizzle and seeing all the pileups and spinoffs I feel I have no choice. PLUS with Soggy having our biggest valleys and hills with temps forecasted for 15-18 Sunday Morning around race time I am VERY positive the FUN factor on the hills up and down would be ZERO. So let the "Chili is soft" talk begin but I feel I have to pull the plug this weekend. BUT we ARE rescheduling this event. Working on couple dates and will let you know either today or tomorrow when it is. US "soft" HBGP crew is heading now(Friday morning) to continue cutting virgin trail at the EPIC Miller 1200. Nothing like cutting/camping new trail for 3 days thru an ice storm LOL. Please spread the word.....sorry guys, I know it stinks. But looking anywhere north at all the travel time for everyone to get here is going to be BAD!! We WILL get this season in....I guarantee it!
2/8/2018 11:21:09 AM
Topic:
FUEL / GAS

daled
daled
Posts: 109
if you cant get to non-ethanol fuel, you can always remove it from the fuel you can get...
2/8/2018 10:07:23 AM
Topic:
FUEL / GAS

KTMRandy228
KTMRandy228
Posts: 2
Biggest thing in my opinion. No alcohol it will eat you carb. What little fuel used to race as compared to traveling to an event, Ill be running Sonoco Blue 104.
2/8/2018 10:02:39 AM
Topic:
ISO KTM-150

KTMRandy228
KTMRandy228
Posts: 2
looking to buy ktm-150
2014 or newer
more goodies more $$$
2/5/2018 9:34:21 AM
Topic:
Loudmouth Videos Presents

pro4100
pro4100
Posts: 124
All are uploaded! Fun times.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCirIOT9kXdJC3RFO6TvhA1Q
edited by pro4100 on 2/5/2018
2/1/2018 8:13:25 AM
Topic:
Cassville Round 5 Cancelled for the season

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
Well as much as I HATE this, there just isn't enough free weekends for us to pull this one off. It would be April before we could make it up, and with "REAL" job just can't pull that one off. So we are cancelling this round for the season. So the only change we have for year end awards is we will have 7 races instead of 8. Still the same one drop and you can still ask for a work average if you need that as well. So now, looks like we will see you all in a week and half at Soggy Bottom/Sparta for our next round! VERY exciited to be back at this venue, we have put months and months of time putting this course in years ago and can't wait to "Hillbilly" it up again! See you all there!
1/29/2018 7:22:05 PM
Topic:
KREFT SUSPENSION CC FORKS LINKAGE SHOCK KTM 11-14

rgerding
rgerding
Posts: 322
Suspension off a 2013 KTM 250 XCF. Should fit any 2011 to 2014 KTM 125 and larger dirt bike with linkage. May fit other models as well but I don't know for sure. Please do your own research or check with your dealer. This was my spare suspension for my race bike. It has very little time on it. At about 10 hours I sent it to Kreft to have it set up for me. 160lb (no gear) A intermediate, Hare scrambles, Enduro, Woods. The suspension has something like 10 more hours since then. Works great. Almost like new yet. NO leaks. NO problems. Ready to install and go riding. This includes forks and shock as shown as well as the Kreft folder with paperwork.
---1200---CASH or PayPal
Located Columbia Missouri. You can pick it up here, I can ship it (at your expense) or may be able to meet at an upcoming race. I will not hold without money down.
Call (don't text) 573-680-7192 call anytime but please do not text message. Thank you
1/29/2018 3:34:39 PM
Topic:
Round 6 Loaiza Dairy Farm/Westphalia Results

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
Hey there nation! What an awesome weekend we just had?! Great weather, trail worked in great and had whole bunch of Sun and mid 50's! Had some awesome racing going on in dang near every class. Everybody was dogging for those points for sure! Just wanted to shout out HUGE thank you to all the racers that came out with a killer turnout. Sure makes all the time to put these deals on when you guys and gals support us SO big! Thanks a ton from all of us once again. WE truly love putting on these events and seeing everyone come out and enjoy themselves....VERY cool! Going to try and work through few lil scoring/computer issues tonight and get results posted this evening sometime. Already looking forward to Round 7 at Soggy Bottom! Keep fingers crossed weatherman is nice and we will see you there!
1/29/2018 3:04:27 PM
Topic:
Loudmouth Videos Presents

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
Love it!
1/29/2018 10:19:21 AM
Topic:
Loudmouth Videos Presents

pro4100
pro4100
Posts: 124
YouTube is proving to be a very slow uploading process but 10 times better quality than Facebook. With a 150 videos or so to upload, it's going to take some time. I have a great collection of the race @ Westphalia so please bear with me as I upload as many as I can when I can.


The Youtube link is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCirIOT9kXdJC3RFO6TvhA1Q
edited by pro4100 on 2/5/2018
1/18/2018 12:02:24 PM
Topic:
Cassville Jan 21st Cancelled AGAIN

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
I can't believe I am HAVING to do this with 58 degree weather forecasted for Sunday BUT my hands are tied. So to be clear with HUGE disappointment we are cancelling Cassville this Sunday Jan 21st. Yes I know the weather is going to be awesome(I am crying here) but here are the cold facts. I went down to property yesterday and snooped around. Talked to landowner and discussed they had officially received 6 inches of snow and I measured 4 inches STILL on the ground in the open parking lot in the SUN! So in the woods its even worse. Yes, it is all going to melt crazy Friday and Saturday BUT that leads us to main reason we have to cancel. Where I feel the trails would probably melt enough to be a total riot, the (tiny) parking lot will be ZERO fun. It is very crowned with 60 percent of it being on a large downhill grade that 4wd or not will get most campers or RV's slid down against the trees. And we exhausted every other parking scenario options and there simply just isn't one. Then throw in that we need to be there right now trimming and fixing(by hand with picks) 5 creek crossings that are impassable(read 4 foot square walls) from last springs flooding. All covered in 4 inches of snow and ground is STILL frozen from two weeks of arctic blast for picking/moving dirt untill probably Saturday/Sunday there just simply isn't even time for that even if there was a parking solution. And trust me, we ALL want to race this weekend worse than you! It kills us trying to move our "real" jobs around this moving schedule as much as you and I hate that for all of us. So sorry once again, we are trying our best to rechedule this event and we will let you know next few days if that is possible. So everyone get out and have yourself a great practice muddy ride somewhere this weekend and we will see you all(hopefully, freaking winter!) next weekend at Westphalia for Round 6. Let the "HBGP' guys are soft campaign begin LOL.........stupid hastag #MUDPARKINGLOTMESS
1/12/2018 12:42:30 PM
Topic:
VINTAGE 1971 HONDA CT90 TRAIL 90 $1450

rgerding
rgerding
Posts: 322
1971 Honda CT90 (Trail 90) for sale. Four stoke. Auto clutch. 4 speed with high and low ranges for a total of 8 forward gears. Very clean and straight. Starts easy. Runs Great. New tires. New battery. New air filter. Fresh oil change. Ready to ride.
---$1450---CASH
Call (do not text) 573-680-7192. Call anytime but please do not text message. Thank you

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edited by rgerding on 1/29/2018
1/12/2018 9:26:46 AM
Topic:
FUEL / GAS

Live2Ride
Live2Ride
Posts: 174
Pump gas 91 octane for 95% of us especially if your motor is stock. Milled head, high comp motors will need race fuel. If your motor what machined by a shop for this they will let you know if you need race gas or not.

There will be some naysayers that will chime in that 87 is fine for stock motors, and really it probably is, but why not run premium for the no ethanol, and when you're only putting in 2 gallons why not spend the extra $2?
1/10/2018 4:10:44 PM
Topic:
FUEL / GAS

Fastrax
Fastrax
Posts: 24
Just curious what most of you guys run for fuel in your bikes, do you run pump gas or race gas? If you run race gas what brand?
1/10/2018 10:52:18 AM
Topic:
Cassville RACE POSTPONED

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 410
We have decided to POSTPONE this weekends race(Jan 14th) Round 5 at Cassville. As much as I DO NOT want to do this, with 3 nights forecasted from 10 - 14 degrees right up to race time I feel the downhills at Cassville will just flat be too dangerous to race. I love a GNARLY race as much as anyone you will ever meet BUT dangerous is NOT GNARLY. So for the safety of the racers we are postponing. I am loving how the weather pattern is changing for the better starting Monday with WAY warmer temps and 50's possible for next weekend. Sooooooo....as of right now we are going for racing next Sunday Jan 21st. And yes I know MSHC banquet is Saturday the 20th but we are VERY limited on time to make up these races. So this will make for good adventure, go to a great banquet on Sat night and then run down Sunday and race....PERFECT! Oh and if you are just bummed about not racing Cassville this weekend you can always drive to TEXAS and throw some HBGP skill towards the Rev Limiter! Just save some energy for Cassville next week. So let the flaming begin, but I think this is the safest bet for the weekend. See ya all (hopefully) on the 21st!
1/9/2018 5:49:40 PM
Topic:
Rear Brake Calipers

tom ward
tom ward
Posts: 40
Did you find one? I may or may not of used a small key ring on my old ktm. Lol

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