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#1 2014-02-07 10:24am

ChristianHetheMurray
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1989 Dyno Detour

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1989 Dyno Detour

Another Old School / New School Hybrid! Darth Dyno!



*  88 32T Sprocket 
*  Crupi Pivotal Seatpost 
*  Diatech MX 97 RH Lever 
*  Fixie 1 1/8" Stem Adapter 
*  KHE Aeon Street Pegs 
*  KHE Half Link Chain 
*  KHE Mac1.5 Tires 
*  KHE Prism Rear Brakes 
*  Lizard Skins Logo Lock-On Grips 
*  Odyssey Flying Wedge Bars 
*  Odyssey Twisted Pedals 
*  Odyssey Pivotal Seat 
*  Odyssey Gen 3 Gyro Cables
*  Odyssey 1st Generation Gyro Rotor System 
*  Redline Seatpost Clamp 
*  Snafu Mobeus Gyro 
*  Specialized 3 Piece Crank Set 3 
*  Subrosa Hold On Stem 
*  Weinman Rims



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#2 2014-02-07 9:11pm

Broke
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Re: 1989 Dyno Detour

Turned out VERY NICE!  cool


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#3 2015-01-21 11:25am

buddhashenglong
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Re: 1989 Dyno Detour

Menacingly reminiscent of mid-eighties Air Jordans, instant fave.


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#4 2015-01-21 11:51am

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: 1989 Dyno Detour

buddhashenglong wrote:

Menacingly reminiscent of mid-eighties Air Jordans, instant fave.

Interesting. I was more on the line of Darth Maul, but I'll take Jordan's as well! Thanks! wink


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#5 2017-08-12 8:28am

cdbcorybennett
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Re: 1989 Dyno Detour

Do you still have the file to make these decals? I need a set REALLY BAD in yellow and blue. Im building my dream bike like I had as a kid. A red detore.

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#6 2017-08-12 9:04am

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: 1989 Dyno Detour

cdbcorybennett wrote:

Do you still have the file to make these decals? I need a set REALLY BAD in yellow and blue. Im building my dream bike like I had as a kid. A red detore.

No. I never made them. There used to be a guy handle name "Dynocrazy" that custom made these decals for me. He fell off the scene a few years ago. Sorry.


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