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1998 Dyno NSX

#1 2007-05-23 8:01am

Tonioseven
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1998 Dyno NSX

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1998 Dyno NSX

Admin Note:  Frame is a 1998, serial# and dropouts confirm.

This was a restoration project from rcsnipe2000 (thanks!) The thread is here . I stripped the frame down to the bare metal and started from scratch. The handlebars, red anodized pedals, brakes, valve stem caps, Skyway Tuff IIs, generic CompIII gumwalls, A'ME grips, Team Cycle Lite pads, generic stem, and Tektro brake lever are all from Ebay. Ginny's provided the red anodized chainwheel, red anodized KMC chain, red "donut" seat clamp, chrome seat post and red "bmx" seat. The crank, f/f, and headset are Dyno/GT. Gary here at the Museum provided the cool Dyno and red "alien" decals (thanks Gary!). I got the brake cable from a local bike shop. This was my first build in over 20 years and I had a blast through it all. Thanks to all for the inspiration and comments! My 11 year-old loves it!! Now for my 8 year-old...   


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Last edited by Tonioseven (2007-05-23 5:53pm)


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#2 2007-05-23 8:54am

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

looks nice for a huffy


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#3 2007-06-29 7:27pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

emptyshoe wrote:

looks nice for a huffy

Updated; the Huffy is banished. lol


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#4 2007-07-06 8:15pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

*bump*


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#5 2008-08-29 7:45am

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

great bike, i hated the red tires and black mag look on my daughters 'goose. had to swap on some white mags and liked it better. with your black frame, that combo is sweet. props for the seat! rockin' bike!

edit for spelin'

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#6 2008-12-21 6:59pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

can i get info on where the serial number is? thanks


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#7 2012-06-29 12:35pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno NSX

bmxcolorado wrote:

can i get info on where the serial number is? thanks

If yoy mean the actual location of the serial its on the bottom of the BB. As for the bike, this is the most badass NSX I've ever seen smile


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