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#1 2009-08-09 5:15pm

caezar
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1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

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1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

The long road to a restore....SOLD

Picked this F/F up off ebay about 3 years ago.  Got it powdered right away and then it just sat...waiting for parts to surface.  The decals were the last piece to the puzzle.

Frame, Forks and Bars powdered,
Fork and frame standers repowdered,
Seat Clamp restored/repowdered,
Sprocket restored/repowdered,
New DiaCompe Tech 77 levers,
New DiaCompe AD990,
New Redline Flight cranks,
New VP style pedals,
NOS Sakae Spintech,
NOS AME Unitron grips black/white,
NOS DiaCompe Nippon front,
NOS Sumo wheels laced with white spokes and black nipples to NOS Sovos hubs,
NOS GT freestyle tires,
NOS Viscount Dominator in black,
Repopped decals




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Jeremy Rieken


WANTED:  1990 Dyno Pro Compe....

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#2 2009-08-09 5:28pm

five
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Really smooth Jeremy!  Nice clean build!

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#3 2009-08-09 6:14pm

cnc6306
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

awesome build , looks sick with rims , love the black color big_smile


TOPHER

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#4 2009-08-09 9:18pm

daygogt96
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Another sick build, hope to see this next weekend! tongue


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- Tyler Durden

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#5 2009-08-09 11:12pm

DR RAD
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

wow nice and clean ...

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#6 2009-08-10 2:57am

captainoldskool
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

how's it going? love the bike. i have one i'm gonna be restorin' and was wondering where you got your stickers at? i need to rechrome mine but need stickers before i do. thanks if you could help. love the DPCT.

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#7 2009-08-10 6:48pm

caezar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Thanks guys.  Its definitely one i have wanted to finish for some time.

captainoldskool, contact chromey on here.  he is gettin the PC decals finished as we speak.  mine came from ebay and they are a little off.  i will be replacing them with the ones from Matt(chromey)

Jer


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#8 2009-08-10 7:01pm

8788dyno
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Instant fav! This one looks so clean.  I really like it.  Nice job with this one Jer!

Someone say chrome 87?

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#9 2009-08-11 6:29pm

tigerman_48
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

There's nothin' finer than a black Dyno! Another sweet ride, dude!

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#10 2009-08-16 8:52am

benjimanactivate
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

this bike is unreal. until you see it in person you won't truly understand!!!


I believe Jesus would have rode a GT Performer....carpenters can't afford Hutch.

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#11 2009-08-16 8:56am

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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

I like it.  Looks good.  Very Nice build here Jer.  Nice work.  3 years huh?


My Father once spoke to me and said "The way you look at your bike is the way I see My children, I look past the imperfections and rough surfaces to the beauty of the finished product."

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#12 2009-08-16 10:59pm

caezar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

benjimanactivate wrote:

this bike is unreal. until you see it in person you won't truly understand!!!

Thanks bro.  I really do appreicate it.


Jeremy Rieken


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#13 2009-08-18 8:45am

GTOne
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

The nicest pro compe on the site, that i have seeen!! great job.. smile

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#14 2010-12-06 7:59pm

freestyle4me
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Super tight build.  This was always one of my favorite Dyno's.


Cool, a new bike.  Wait a minute.......where am I going to hide this one.  She's going to catch me...

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#15 2011-03-01 9:15pm

risingsunexperience
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Those brake pads look awfully close to the rim on that front wheel. Are you sure that they do not rub?

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#16 2011-03-01 9:57pm

caezar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

not a bit of rub bro.  These wheels are dead straight..


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#17 2011-03-02 9:14am

risingsunexperience
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Haha Awesome! That's a great bike!

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#18 2011-04-11 6:37am

andycapp
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Another completely sick Dyno. Looks like a great ride. cool


What I should have said, was nothing.

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#19 2011-04-11 1:43pm

caezar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Thanks bro.  One of my all time favs..


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#20 2011-04-11 1:48pm

daygogt96
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

caezar wrote:

Thanks bro.  One of my all time favs..

and mine...


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#21 2011-04-11 2:42pm

caezar
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

Thanks Oscar.  The 89 PC i am working on right now is..well, its just on another planet.  It will be done in the next couple of days...


Jeremy Rieken


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#22 2011-04-11 2:52pm

daygogt96
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

caezar wrote:

Thanks Oscar.  The 89 PC i am working on right now is..well, its just on another planet.  It will be done in the next couple of days...

I'd better get some sneek peeks soon, tongue


"How much could you know about yourself if you've never been in a fight?"
- Tyler Durden

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#23 2016-03-23 7:50am

cmc
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

It's interesting how tall the stem and SpinTech used to make the grips in the 80's. 

It kinda explains why everyone is re-discovering 10 inch handlebars and top loader stems in the new school bmx world.  cool


20", 22", 24", 26", and 700c !

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#24 2017-03-15 8:16am

tacochris
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Re: 1987 Dyno Pro Compe Team

This bike is another amazing example of why I prefer spokes over skyways or any other mag.  Looks amazing and you obviously have great taste in design and color combinations.


Just an oldschool minitrucker and bmx kid doing what i do....
Proud "Klunker" hater.....

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