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How 'bout a mini thread

#51 2011-05-28 6:39am

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Re: How 'bout a mini thread

my sons  2001 or 2002 Powerlite p47 jr.
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#52 2011-05-28 7:02am

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my son at three, got on trade from the guy above me!! big_smile thanks mike
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz28/jokerman13922/66544815.jpg

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#53 2011-05-28 7:11am

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Can someone help me out, Im building a mid-school mini and have no idea for a brake and lever. Its a 95 if it helps.


REALLY need new decals for my Pulstar hubs!!!!!!!
I am a trading fool.

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#54 2011-05-28 1:33pm

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John De Bruin wrote:

dubplatestyle wrote:

John De Bruin wrote:

Who picked up that Bandito mini earlier this week? Look forward to seeing pics of that built. cool

Hey John, Are you referring to this one?

I was thinking about recreating the Bandito "mini" found on the Sept. '83 issue of Bicycles & dirt.[/b]

That's the one, and that is an awesome plan. Did you know that my LiL Holeshot that won Best Mini at Rockford 2007 was based on the Brit Adude/LiL Holeshot test article in that same exact magazine?

Yeah, I'm very familiar with that article and your "lil holeshot". I can honestly say both where in one way or another an inspiration for my own "lil holeshot" build! Another favorite of mine is your Phaze 1 "junior". If you haven't already.....post it up!big_smile

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#55 2011-05-28 5:05pm

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jokerman13922 wrote:

my son at three, got on trade from the guy above me!! big_smile thanks mike
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz28 … 544815.jpg

dude thats a cool pic.. i am so glad the trade we worked out was good for everyone! cool
-were gonna have to get the kids together and head to the track real soon!!! wink

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#56 2011-05-28 5:24pm

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For sure, they only do open race on wed 4 to 8

Murphys Law wrote:

jokerman13922 wrote:

my son at three, got on trade from the guy above me!! big_smile thanks mike
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz28 … 544815.jpg

dude thats a cool pic.. i am so glad the trade we worked out was good for everyone! cool
-were gonna have to get the kids together and head to the track real soon!!! wink


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#57 2011-05-28 6:39pm

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Gr8Bndini wrote:

Can someone help me out, Im building a mid-school mini and have no idea for a brake and lever. Its a 95 if it helps.

what type of frame? old school brake bridge or new school canti / v brake mounts?
if its the canti style just get the tektro mini brake kit that comes with the v brakes, pads , cable and lever for around 25.00 bucks.

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#58 2011-05-30 5:45pm

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dubplatestyle wrote:

Another favorite of mine is your Phaze 1 "junior". If you haven't already.....post it up!big_smile

Thanks

http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/2002/cwphaze1junior.jpg

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#59 2011-06-14 3:04pm

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John De Bruin wrote:

dubplatestyle wrote:

Another favorite of mine is your Phaze 1 "junior". If you haven't already.....post it up!big_smile

Thanks

http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/2002/c … junior.jpg

John, I was wondering what distinguishes this to be a Phaze1 "junior", compared to a Phaze1 "mini"? American bottom bracket, tt length, etc.

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#60 2011-06-14 3:47pm

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Couple of updated pix, changed the pads, bars, lever and brake caliper...may still go with a NOS red DX lever.

http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i467/2blader/001-7.jpg
http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i467/2blader/013-4.jpg
http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i467/2blader/016-1.jpg
http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i467/2blader/005-6.jpg


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#61 2011-06-15 8:46am

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http://i659.photobucket.com/albums/uu313/wildon1974/DSCN1826.jpg
http://i659.photobucket.com/albums/uu313/wildon1974/DSCN1829.jpg
http://i659.photobucket.com/albums/uu313/wildon1974/DSCN1828.jpg
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#62 2011-06-15 9:50am

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That is sweet! cool cool Whats it weigh?? tongue


Check out "DAD'S PIT BOX"(a thread for dad's w/young racers)

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#63 2011-06-15 10:04am

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Profile and VDC look great. Acually all the minis are looking good cool


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#64 2011-06-16 9:04am

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moose1 wrote:

That is sweet! cool cool Whats it weigh?? tongue

Never weighed it .. but it's light! tongue

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#65 2011-06-16 11:06am

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Wow...Scott, it's amazing how much a difference those "pads" make! The wheel set is so much more noticeable now, I thought you may have changed them.

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#66 2011-06-16 2:39pm

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dubplatestyle wrote:

Wow...Scott, it's amazing how much a difference those "pads" make! The wheel set is so much more noticeable now, I thought you may have changed them.

thx man...was really happy with the changes.  R u going to BP's?


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#67 2011-06-17 7:59am

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dubplatestyle wrote:

John, I was wondering what distinguishes this to be a Phaze1 "junior", compared to a Phaze1 "mini"? American bottom bracket, tt length, etc.

I go by BB. I have both styles, but just not handy at the moment to compare TT lengths.

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#68 2011-06-17 8:25am

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found this gt jr on wednesday
http://i53.tinypic.com/2vudi5u.jpg

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#69 2011-06-17 3:25pm

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Re: How 'bout a mini thread

John De Bruin wrote:

dubplatestyle wrote:

John, I was wondering what distinguishes this to be a Phaze1 "junior", compared to a Phaze1 "mini"? American bottom bracket, tt length, etc.

I go by BB. I have both styles, but just not handy at the moment to compare TT lengths.

Just checked, and TT length and BB to top of seat mast are the same on both frames.

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#70 2011-06-17 3:55pm

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My 84 GHP Jason Donnell Mini.
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#71 2011-11-10 1:55am

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Re: How 'bout a mini thread

cool mini's

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#72 2011-11-10 5:13am

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Wanted 1st gen TNT revolver hubs and bullseye spider or disc.

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#73 2011-11-10 5:31am

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Re: How 'bout a mini thread

My first mini/Lil Holeshot.

http://i760.photobucket.com/albums/xx250/pittboy3144/DSC05762.jpg
http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g195/pittboy841/DSC01468.jpg
http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g195/pittboy841/DSC01478.jpg
http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g195/pittboy841/DSC01469.jpg



also scored this at a garage sale for under $20
http://i760.photobucket.com/albums/xx250/pittboy3144/DSC05865.jpg

and what about a mini sidehack
http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g195/pittboy841/sidehack3_sm.jpg


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#74 2011-11-10 9:26pm

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[img]http://i378.photobucket.com/albums/oo223/nsrrider1/P1190111-1.jpg[/img]

I'm not a builder, I'm a rider..

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#75 2011-11-11 4:13am

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Wouldn't that be cool Andy?  Problem is, how many other riders have a mini hack?


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