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1998 SE Racing Floval Flyer 24

#1 2012-05-19 1:13am

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1998 SE Racing Floval Flyer 24

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1998 SE Racing Floval Flyer 24

'98 SE Racing Floval Flyer & Landing Gear forks. 

I picked up my first Floval Flyer frame from a member on the site . ( cyclepsych0 )
I really wanted to leave the ( factory ) blue paint as is but the color combo wasn't flowing right with the white L.G.'s so the the frame got stripped faster than a hot drunken club chick. . . work in progress . Stay Tuned .


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#2 2012-08-11 6:40pm

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Re: 1998 SE Racing Floval Flyer 24

Glad you posted this up on the museum! I know what you mean about the shade of blue. I had similar issues with it. It looks badass by itself, but it's hard to match up components to build it up nice. Are you going to powder it another color? Polish it? I'll keep an eye on its progress! cool


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#3 2012-09-16 6:06pm

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Re: 1998 SE Racing Floval Flyer 24

I'm glad to hear you totally agree on stripping the paint bro.  Seeing how I just picked up a Chrome/Black  Ripper  "X " for my little girl I think it's only right to give the Floval the same treatment !


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