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#1 2012-11-29 11:05am

ChristianHetheMurray
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2001 GT Performer

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2001 GT Performer

Metallic Blue GT Performer inspired by one of the best GT's in the museum !!!!!

One of the best GT's I've seen in the museum is pep's 2000 GT Show Retro ( http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/gt_bicycles/14368 ). So when I saw a 2001 Performer for sale on eBay I figured it be worth the effort to try a similar one. I deviated a little due to the available chrome parts I found. But over all I am rather pleased. This is one of those bikes that looks much more epic and awesome in person than it does in picture!
 
  * Dia-Compe Tech 77 Levers * GT Bars * GT Brake Pads * GT Fly Cutter Sprocket * GT Performer Brake Pads * GT Show Pegs * GT Stem * Odi Ruffian Locking Grips * Odyssey G3 Cables * Odyssey Gyro Rotor System * Odyssey Mr. Clampy II Clamp * Odyssey Seat * Odyssey Twisted Pedals * Primo "The Wall" Tires * Skyway 6 Spoke Mags * Tektro Brakes
 





 


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#2 2012-11-29 12:49pm

mccakb01
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

This bike is bitchin!!!  Really nice work as always.  smile  I am slowly working on a Black Rainbow 98 Performer that will have the same 34T flycutter.  What size freewheel are you using with that?


"Being awesome is a full time job."
Looking for these decals in black: GT seatpost clamp, Tektro brakes

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#3 2012-11-29 2:50pm

BmxStewie
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

Awesome build dude. U definitely take your build bikes to the next level. Thumbs up yikesbig_smilebig_smile


****** R U Rad Enough ******

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#4 2012-11-29 3:48pm

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

mccakb01 wrote:

This bike is bitchin!!!  Really nice work as always.  I am slowly working on a Black Rainbow 98 Performer that will have the same 34T flycutter.  What size freewheel are you using with that?

Regular 17T ACS freewheel. smile

Bmx Stewie wrote:

Awesome build dude. U definitely take your build bikes to the next level. Thumbs up

Thanks!


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#5 2012-12-01 8:31am

Devo
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

smile


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#6 2012-12-23 10:32pm

garvy
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

sweet!! beautiful ride bro!! love the colors!! instant fave!!!

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#7 2013-01-11 6:36pm

damonkeyking
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Re: 2001 GT Performer

Nice man, awesome looking ride.

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