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1988 Dyno Compe

#1 2011-06-20 1:47am

GRRRUVY
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1988 Dyno Compe

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1988 Dyno Compe

Under Restoration Dyno Compe

I wanted to build an '80s freestyle bike just so I could get a set of Skyways. So, the first things were the new black Skyway mags with sealed bearings and the blue Odyssey Aitken dirt tires. I really liked the Dyno because of its unique pretzel bars, drainpipe seatpost, and the unique front forks. I decided to use a few better parts than original, but vintage for the era. Some parts like the Sinz chainring and the PC pedal will be replaced, just used them so I could ride it. I don't really care for the white trim than seemed to be required on an '80s freestyler, so I went with black and aluminum trim. What I really need is an original set of '88 Dyno Compe decals for the blue model. If anyone could point me into the right direction, it would be greatly appreciated.
Here's a list of current parts:
1988 Dyno Compe frame and fork
Dyno Pretzel handlebars
Dyno Drainpipe seat post
Dyno chrome inverted gooseneck
Oakley B1 type grips
Flite Bright blue grip donuts
Black Ops bar ends
Diacompe Tech 77 levers
Diacompe 883 brakes
Sinz brake shoes (will replace with Skyways)
Odyssey Gyro and cables
Odyssey Slic front cable
Odyssey folding alloy fork standers
Tioga "Original" chrome headset
Peregrine seatpost clamp
GT PC seat (from my '98 GT Dyno Compe - will replace)
Chromoly 1 piece crank - Unknown brand (might replace with Redline Flights)
Tioga chrome Sealed Bearing BB - lucky NOS find
Alloy CD power disc - Unknown brand
Sinz 40T chainring (will replace)
Man-O-War trans. blue PC pedals (will replace with beartraps)
KMC K710SL blue chain
Shimano 16T freewheel
Tioga Slanted blue frame standers
Skyway sealed bearing black PC mag wheels - went modern for safety
Odyssey Aitken blue/tan skinwall 20x2.125 tires (want to replace with blue Odyssey PLyte tires - these Aitkens suck at the park)
Bermuda blue powdercoat - lighter than original color, but matches the NOS frame and fork standers and more eyecatching.
Still need NOS '88 Dyno Compe decals
 
Here's some updated pics on 12/16/2011. Changes include NOS decals, DYNO seat, and Odyssey Aitkin 20x1.90 blue skinwall tires


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#2 2011-06-20 4:39am

lowrider
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

looks good! :cool:

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#3 2011-06-20 7:55pm

NOSFreestyle
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Black and blue nice combo!  :cool:


SWEET!!!! Another bike....wait....where the Hell am I going to put this one?!

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#4 2012-09-10 11:12pm

Kurtiskelly
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

nice bike around it looks real clean I'm surprised you don't have more likes the what you do! love the color

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#5 2013-08-30 6:15pm

Stevester1976
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

I like that blue, so clean

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#6 2014-10-20 8:36pm

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Wow the colour is GREAT... combo is for a very clean bike.:cool:


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