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1998 Dyno Air

#1 2016-04-09 5:44pm

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1998 Dyno Air

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1998 Dyno Air

2016 DYNO build-off Mid-School entry

I had always wanted to try a zero-offset front end, and way back in 2000 I made the bars to so.
Those bars sat for the last 15 years, until just recently when I put the finishing touches on them.
In 2016 I made altered the forks, a long set of drop-outs were transplanted that allow zero-offset or regular blade rake.
The frames rear drop-out were also altered, the "tails" were cut off so the drops have vertically flat backs.
A coaster brake tab was added to the frame. Rear 990 brake studs were also added, along with dual cable guides.
I call it the Dyno "Convertible" because it can be set with normal off-set front end too.
Alternatively to the custom stem there is a custom bar that can be clamped in to the bars to run a standard stem.
Parts List:
Fork - Vertical brand, modified drop outs, stow away pegs.
Headset - Chrome Tein-Hsin.
Stem - Custom made Zero-offset.
Bars - MOSH heavily modified, articulating 9* grip tubes.
Brake Levers - Dia-comp Tech77's, modified set, right runs dual cable.
Grips - Odi Longnecks.
Seat Clamp - Non-branded Alloy.
Seat Post - 22.2 Chrome.
Seat - Primo, recovered by me.
Rear Brake - Chang Star.
Front Brake - Tektro.
Brake Misc. - Custom dual cable guide, fits factory single loop hole.
Crank - Mission 2 piece.
BB - Profile bearings & cups.
Pedals - Primo.
Chain - KMC Half link.
Rims - KMC chrome plated steel hoops.
Hubs - Suntour Coaster rear, MirraCo sealed front.
Spokes - Sapim Stainless.
Tires - Kenda


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#2 2016-04-09 8:49pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Air

Huge amount of custom work to do what you did.  Great Job on your innovations and creations.  AWESOME BUILD!!  cool


School of Freestyle > http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=575132

WTB -1990 dyno PRO COMPE frame or frame set (with new slammer style rear dropout & UNICorn down tube) and 990 mounts - paypal ready and not scared to use it!

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#3 2016-10-07 7:15pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Air

Awesome custom work! I cant belive more people havent looked at this bike. One of my favorites on here for sure.

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