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New to the forum, just saying hello to everybody.
Not much into the racing aspect of the big block, mainly in it for loud noises when I travel at a low rate of speed threw the mud pit.

I have a D1VE block, D3VE heads, waiting on the fundings to get it built and into the Bronco. It's an 1988 Full Size. Been reading the a whole lot on the forum the past few days on a route to take on the motor.

Any other mud guys in here?

Thank you,
The Ric
 

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I'm a mud guy, but it is fast track side by side, no bogs.
We race around the Barkley Lake area here in Kentucky.


Welcome aboard.
 

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Welcome to the site, The search feature actually works good. That's where I spend most of my time reading/learning.
 

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Cool, another Illinois guy...we need some reinforcements agin all them durn Kentuckians on th' board.... :wink:
 

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Yea, search here works very well. That's really the only place I've been trying to find some things.

I got some family up in Peoria, did you go to the HOI? I'd like to check it out sometime.

Here is my SuperMotors page, if you'd like to check out some picture. Not to sure how to post pictures in here yet, I'll figure it out one day.

http://www.supermotors.net/vehicles/registry/17099
I've got a Myspace but im not a "myspace kid" just on there originally for a good friend who joined the service.

I use to ride freestyle bmx as well,..until i herniated a disk
 

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pics.

flexing out on a decent sized rock, had the rear wheel off the ground here.

brighton, il mud bog..don't worry this isnt their only pit

brighton, il mud bog..i own this pit.
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dropping er` down and tuckin em` up.

the BB is tore completely down. gotta get a newer pic.
 

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Rick,
Looks like your a good way out from us, we would love to have you down for some fast track. Area code 42029, and I'm about 20 miles from the track. I run a higher class than you, but I started where you are years ago.
Good to have another mud dude on board, we know how to get dirty.
 

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Yea, I'm right at St. Louis I can walk down the street and on a good day and can see the Arch from 36 miles away. I was watching some mud racing last night on the Outdoor Channel tinking it was somewhere in KY, I don't have anything against giving it a try. I just got to get that motor built, the 302 in it has been hot to many times, and hasn't got much left in it. Mud would have to be my first with off-road, being a full size gets a little tight on the trail. Just a personal opinion but mud is easier to clean than scratches.
 

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The Ric said:
Yea, I'm right at St. Louis I can walk down the street and on a good day and can see the Arch from 36 miles away. I was watching some mud racing last night on the Outdoor Channel tinking it was somewhere in KY, I don't have anything against giving it a try. I just got to get that motor built, the 302 in it has been hot to many times, and hasn't got much left in it. Mud would have to be my first with off-road, being a full size gets a little tight on the trail. Just a personal opinion but mud is easier to clean than scratches.
You will acquire your share of scratches in mud drags. :lol:
 
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