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1996 Dyno NSX

#1 2014-01-21 12:18am

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1996 Dyno NSX

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1996 Dyno NSX

3-Speed Internal Geared Hub & V-Brake Upgrade - SOLD

I had always wanted to build up a 20" with a 3-speed internal hub, and here it is.
The idea is just practical for getting around town with ease, or hitting the trail.
Gears without the chain-slap from derailleur based systems.
The hub used for this build-up is from a 1970 Firestone Ladies bike.
Here's a breakdown of this build:
* Frame: 1996 Dyno NSX
* Fork: Dyno OE, (painted-Silver)
* Headset: OE (painted cups-Black)
* Stem: OE
* Bars: Dyno OE (painted-Silver)
* Grips: Unknown brand, old-school hard compound (120mm)
* Bar-ends: Hunt Wilde
* Brake lever: Unknown brand, Aluminum
* Brake Caliper: Modified/stretched Steel V-brake arms
* Seat: X-games padded
* Post: Dyno OE
* Clamp: Dyno OE
* Crank: OE, 165mm OPC
* BB: OE
* Sprocket: Dyno stamped OE
* Pedals: VP-565 Aluminum platforms
* Rims hoops: Jaintai (36 spoke) 6061-T6 Aluminum
* Spokes: Stainless
* Front Hub: Mongoose (powdered White, W/Wings logos)
* Rear Hub: 333 (Shimano) 3-speed internal-geared
* Shifter: Shimano SIS
* Chain: KMC
* Misc: Custom Brake Bridge plate (modded MTB suspension fork bridge)
* Misc: Grip ring, left side H-bar
* Misc: Chain-tension-devices, custom made pair
* Misc: Pad-set, made them myself
* Plate: UGP (Under Ground Products) W/Dyno numbers
[parts marked "OE", designates it as "Original Equipment"]
There's a build thread for this bike covering more on the 3-speed stuff:
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=470393


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#2 2014-01-21 8:28am

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Re: 1996 Dyno NSX

I thoroughly enjoyed the thread of this build . I love seeing someone make something different . Well done . cool


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#3 2014-01-21 10:33am

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Re: 1996 Dyno NSX

Thank you.

Since you liked this one, then I'm sure you'd dig this other thread I did too:
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 10&p=1

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#4 2014-01-21 10:59am

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Re: 1996 Dyno NSX

Damn, totally missed this . Thank you . cool


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