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1995 GT Performer

#1 2012-10-30 2:25am

sir_n0thing
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1995 GT Performer

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1995 GT Performer

Custom build up of a scrap-heap frame

Acquired this frame from fellow Museum member, Mirage1972 and decided to do a hot-rod themed build.  Full story can be read in the build thread...
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=464957
Some detailed info...
Frame: late '94 manufacture GT Performer frame
Fork: '98 Performer
Headset: Neco
Stem: GT Piston w/ Kink red hollow bolts
Bars: Peregrine Pro II
Grips: Hand Grenade II
Seat: Custom wrapped seat made by Museum member Cruiser Bruiser
Seat Post: "Husky" drainpipe style
Seat Post Clamp: Porkchop
Cranks: Ezra
Sprocket: ??? Think it came from a GT but no way to know for sure
BB: Mechanik
Pedals: VP
Chain: KMC
Freewheel: Dicta
Wheels: Skyway Tuff II
Tires: Fit FAF redwall 20x2.25 (NOTE: These are TOO WIDE! Will replace with narrower tires)
Brake levers: Diatech
Caliper: Dia Compe 990
Cable: Porkchop
Graphics: Custom designed by me and output to vinyl by a local sign shop.


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"I'm on a quest for atonement... gotta find peace of mind and a place to rest." - J Mann

WANTED: Brown/blue stem pad for 2010 retro PK Ripper ::: Red ACS rear hub - 36h high flange ::: Red ACS Seat post clamp :::

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#2 2012-11-26 6:59pm

RLcruiser
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Re: 1995 GT Performer

Awesome build man...an instant fav!  It's nice to see someone build a bike for themselves and not worry about what is era correct and what is not.  Can't wait to see the next build!  cool

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