Although we didn’t give Bryan too much time, he took delivery of our machine and immediately went to work. We didn’t want to get too extravagant (or expensive) with this build, as we just wanted a little more excitement from the engine and comfortable suspension to hit all the obstacles that the Geico EnduroCross Series has to offer. The airbox of the FE 250 is somewhat restrictive stock, so Bryan drilled out some holes in the airbox to help the little Husky breathe. He also installed an aluminum FMF megabomb headpipe and 4.1 factory muffler system to let the Husky breathe even more. Next was a Rekluse Core EXP 3.0 auto clutch to keep the FE from stalling in tight rocky sections of the track and deliver the small ponies smoothly. One of the most important things that I have picked up by racing endurocross events over the years is; installing soft compound tires for maximum grip in the rock sections. Kenda makes a triple sticky front tire that was installed along with one of Kenda’s pre-production Washougal II EX rear tires. At this time the Kenda EX rear tire is currently being developed, but will be available to the public soon. To ensure we didn’t get any flats Bryan installed Nuetech Tubeliss inserts in both Kenda tires. A re-valve to the WP suspension was massaged for my weight and ability, P3 composite guards were installed to protect the Husky’s exterior, and making our FE 250 look great under the lights was custom graphics from Ride PG. When all was said and done this was a minimal, realistic build for the average off-road racer, that was looking to try his or her hand in endurocross.