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#1 2007-01-04 9:45am

8788dyno
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1987 Dyno Pro Compe

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1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Dyno Pro Compe - 1987

Mostly survior condition with some restored/touched up parts. Frame and Fork are original with all stickers intact.
This is basically a Pro Compe Team Model without the Team sticker. 
87 PC F/F
Epoch headset - would have came with a Hatta originaly
Dyno bars, seatpost, seat
AME Rounds
GT Power Series cranks - 175 mm
Tech 77 levers - originally would have come with Tech 7's
GT seat post clamp, forkstanders, superlace hubs, tires
Ukai white / shiny rims



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#2 2007-01-04 4:08pm

BG 77
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

This bike is tha shiznit, many props to you. I would love to restore an 80s comp,pro comp,detour but i cant seem to find any kind of original decals. Ride this bike till the wheels fall off.

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#3 2007-01-04 4:25pm

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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Amazing!!!! that bike is HOT!

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#4 2007-01-04 5:17pm

dannytrickstar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

i need to get me a set of those cranks . nice ride btw


a cup of gatorade, a pair of jordans and a bike with no brakes

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#5 2007-01-04 5:31pm

BGJG06
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Out of all the bikes I have ever gotten rid of, I wish I would have kept my compe's! I had 1 pro and 2 reg compe's, I just loved the way they rode! Killer bike 8788, you're making want another one!!!!


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#6 2007-03-04 7:02pm

taxman806
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

SWEEEEEET!


I'm looking for a Mid-90's Standard Lengthy (Platform frame from 95-98). Contact me thru PM.

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#7 2007-06-07 8:30pm

jdtman
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

One of the best versions of any bike ever. The 87 Pro Compe Team was THE best looking version Dyno ever made.  Yours is a standard Pro Comp but with GT 3pc cranks correct?  Are those wheels super Lace 36's Or just standard 36's? Hubs look a bit small for SL wheels, plus I think the SL's were all chrome.. but I could be wrong on that. Awesome bike!!!

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#8 2007-06-07 8:53pm

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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Thanks....They are Superlace hubs with Ukai white/shinny rims.  Superlace hubs came in colors, most often you see chome, white, and black.... If you look close at the pics you can see the offset pattern.  I will get some updated pics of this one up soon.  I need some white levers for it, tech 7's or white 77's if anyone has some let me know.

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#9 2007-07-14 8:49pm

8788dyno
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Got both Dyno's out for a bit today.  Still haven't gotten the tires dirty on the PC, the Slammer went on a fun little ride with my son today though.

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#10 2007-11-08 1:24am

kal-el0101
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

that dyno is the bomb,great restore

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#11 2007-11-18 7:18pm

jose
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

This dyno is awesome, any chance you will trade or sell it.  Got a few bikes myself, you might be interested.  Let me know!

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#12 2007-11-19 10:34am

8788dyno
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Thanks Jose, this one is my one and only keeper.  All other bikes I build are pretty much for the fun of building and usually end up for sale.  This one will stay.

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#13 2007-11-19 11:08am

Duncan5
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

nice color scheme, blue and white stand out

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#14 2007-12-13 10:41am

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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Added a number plate, what do you guys think???  Thanks phillyphill, hope you don't mind the No Bozo's sticker is gone.

OLDSCHOOLBMXER67, contact Dynocrazy on ebay, looks like he either found a bunch of nos or is repoping, he may be able to hook you up.

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#15 2007-12-13 3:32pm

CoolRiderNJ
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

awesome bike. i want an older dyno. i have a 92. but i def want an older one.

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#16 2008-02-15 7:11pm

Matt S.
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

My goodness that bike is incredible to say the least! Absolute beauty!

Love the number plate as well, I was looking for one for a long time and just gave up smile

"Dyno Blue" was the hottest color in the world IMHO.


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#17 2008-04-19 8:52am

blindfaith420
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

Nice Nice bike... but why the number plate? Surely this was never, would never be a racer...


Always buying 80's & 90's Mountain bikes and parts
- Mountain Goat, Fat City, Grove Innovations, Eastern Woods, Ritchey.
- WANTED 56cm(ish) Chris Chance "SLIM CHANCE" or "CHRIS CROSS"
- Boutique vintage MTB parts: WTB, Ringle, Syncros, Phil, Kooka, Caramba, Bullseye, Salsa, etc... $ ready to spend

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#18 2008-04-19 11:43am

8788dyno
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

No never a racer but I did sport a number plate just like this one on my Pro Compe back then.  For awhile at least.  Now since I don't ride this one much if at all, the plate looks cool and I have place for stickers.  I know some like it and some don't but for now that is how it will sit.  I have put a few more stickers on since this pic.

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#19 2008-04-20 6:58pm

blindfaith420
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

8788dyno wrote:

No never a racer but I did sport a number plate just like this one on my Pro Compe back then.  For awhile at least.  Now since I don't ride this one much if at all, the plate looks cool and I have place for stickers.  I know some like it and some don't but for now that is how it will sit.  I have put a few more stickers on since this pic.

Cool Cool... I get ya! Again, that's one clean machine!


Always buying 80's & 90's Mountain bikes and parts
- Mountain Goat, Fat City, Grove Innovations, Eastern Woods, Ritchey.
- WANTED 56cm(ish) Chris Chance "SLIM CHANCE" or "CHRIS CROSS"
- Boutique vintage MTB parts: WTB, Ringle, Syncros, Phil, Kooka, Caramba, Bullseye, Salsa, etc... $ ready to spend

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#20 2008-06-22 5:59pm

Bikemaniac425
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

sweet bike...some pro freestylers used to use number plates back in the day

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#21 2008-09-07 7:13am

caleb_k31
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

i would like to buy one of these... how much did you sink in her? you ever consider selling or tading this?


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GT fork stander spring install - http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=426565
PFT restoration thread - http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 50&p=1
epoch headset, freestyle vs. race - http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 7#p4233077

All the hub/hoop measuring info you will need along with spoke calculation info http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 9#p5435389

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#22 2008-09-07 9:57am

8788dyno
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

pm sent

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#23 2008-09-07 11:04am

DR RAD
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

wow thats cool .

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#24 2008-09-08 1:37am

Topvillain
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

that bike is cool as is but that number plate yells "the eighties fxkin rock!" at you.cool I want one,saw one on ebay but it was out of my price range.


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#25 2008-09-21 10:39pm

ratrod
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe

How much does one cost considering it's in fair condition?...


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