You are not logged in.

1984 GT Pro Performer

#1 2006-10-07 8:35pm

GT-PP
Centurion Member
From: Pickerington, OH
Signed up: 2006-10-07
Posts: 155
Bikes: 9
Offline

1984 GT Pro Performer

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/dscn0128.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/dscn0131_copy0.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/dscn0160.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/84gt_blue.jpg

1984 GT Pro Performer

Here's my 1984 Pro Performer custom build. I had it built up in blue & white when I got it new in '84 and decided to dust it off and rebuild it in black & white.

Frame & Fork: 1984 GT Pro Peformer (freshly powder coated), Wheels: Skyway Tuff II's (w/ sealed hubs), Tires: Haro MultiSurface 3 (20 x 2.1), Bars: GT 4-Bar, Grips: Toadstool, Stem: GT Mallet, Headset: Odyssey Dynatron, Headset Lock: Tange, Brakes: Dia Compe MX 1000 (powder coated), Brake Levers: Lee Chi, Brake Pads: Skyway Tuff Pads, Cranks: Redline Flight, Bottom Bracket: Redline Flight, Power Disc: Tuff Neck, Chain Ring: Suntour (44t), Chain Ring Bolts: GT, Pedals: JP Precision, Seat: GT Dominator, Seat Post: GT layback, Seat Post Clamp: Tuff Neck


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif

Offline

 

#2 2007-10-27 7:42am

Lewtion1
Museum Newbie
Signed up: 2007-08-07
Posts: 23
Bikes: 3
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

nice bike!  love the black and white color scheme.   where did you get the powder done?

Offline

 

#3 2007-11-01 9:59am

GT-PP
Centurion Member
From: Pickerington, OH
Signed up: 2006-10-07
Posts: 155
Bikes: 9
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

I had the powder done on this one by Prism Powder Coating: http://www.prismpowderusa.com/ . To be honest, they did a good job but it was way too thin and came right off at the axle nuts once I installed the wheels.

I had my '88 Dyno Compe done by a place in Columbus, OH called Streetwerkz: http://www.streetwerkz.com/ . They did a much better job and it was also much cheaper in price since I live close and no shipping was required.

Offline

 

#4 2007-11-20 2:49pm

jose
Museum Newbie
Signed up: 2007-10-22
Posts: 20
Bikes: 7
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

want to sell it

Offline

 

#5 2008-01-03 8:32pm

BMXKID4EVER
Museum Addict
From: Midwest
Signed up: 2007-05-26
Posts: 1990
Bikes: 56
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

very nice build.

Offline

 

#6 2008-04-14 5:33pm

stclair411
Museum Addict
From: Richmond, VA
Signed up: 2007-11-10
Posts: 1536
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

I love this bike. This is the only other bike I'm trying to get for my 2 bike collection.

Offline

 

#7 2008-04-14 5:45pm

rafe711
Centurion Member
From: Eria, PA.
Signed up: 2007-04-03
Posts: 206
Bikes: 5
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

one of best bikes. someday i'm going to powder mine yellow and do the fiola thing.

Offline

 

#8 2008-05-13 9:32pm

blkout619
Expert
From: San Diego, CA
Signed up: 2008-02-11
Posts: 583
Bikes: 7
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

HAD ONE NEW PINK AND WHITE IN 1984.YOURS LOOK GREAT.

Offline

 

#10 2010-01-16 2:18am

MaRiaChi
Museum Newbie
From: Toulouse - France
Signed up: 2010-01-14
Posts: 6
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

An absolutely tastefull Performer like I'm keen on.
To my mind it is way better looking in white/black rather than BITD white/blue.
It is very classy, in one word : exquisit.


Trix R 4 kidz

Offline

 

#11 2010-08-28 1:38pm

tonesharo
Museum Addict
From: Massachusetts
Signed up: 2009-05-22
Posts: 1123
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Great bike. Love the color scheme. Great build.

Offline

 

#12 2014-07-24 3:42am

eddie kidd
Member
Signed up: 2014-02-09
Posts: 51
Offline

Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Hi ,

What are the type of Haro tires on the bike...

Thanks,

Eddie...

Offline

 

Board footer