You are not logged in.

1995 Dyno Blast

#1 2016-04-11 11:41pm

Jayrev67
Pro Member
From: Pittsburgh, PA
Registered: 2013-08-06
Posts: 512
Bikes: 116
Website
Offline

1995 Dyno Blast

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8304570c574d4f.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8307570c575098.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8308570c575249.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8309570c5753cc.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8311570c575541.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/dscf8306570c574ee6.jpg

1995 Dyno Blast

It's a Blast with Shimano SIS six Speed shifting right from the factory.

DescriptionThis is a 1995 Dyno Blast Six Speed BMX with original paint and decals (missing top and bottom tube decal), and most of its original components.
Frame and Fork1995 Blue Dyno Stamped Frame and fork with original paint and decals (minus top and bottom tube).
ComponentsBars- Unstamped Dyno bars uncut with a chrome chip under the shifter and on the back of the cross bars. Very little hazing at cross bar junction and no chrome pitting. Overall, the chrome on these bars is thin. Seat Post- This has a very long post, no stamping from dyno but OG sticker is in great condition. Post is arrow straight. Stem- A very nice sameness SR style stem, polished, straight, great threads, and original matching blue stem cap with some paint chips in it. Headset- Original Chrome, exclellent condition, greased, adjusted.Brakes- Dia-Compe style MX 1000 with MX stamped levers- OG.Sprocket- 46 tooth, OG to the bike. Cranks- Nice 170 single piece OG to this bike with excellent chrome, straight.Bottom Bracket- OG to this bike. Cleaned, polished, greased adjusted.Pedals- GT Platform in good condition. I oiled the bearing but did not do a re-build (didn't need it in my opinion). These are not original to the bike. They were from a 1994 Dyno VFR so they are period correct.Chain- Original KMC.Seat- This is a dyno drop seat. The OG seat was not on the bike when I acquired it. Seat Clamp- Original to the bike- cleaned up. Wheels- Nice CMC, heavy chrome rims with KT hubs. Chrome is mint and hubs are excellent. They have been cleaned, greased and tuned. Tires- Comp III style Kenda and CST 20x2.125 front and 20x 1.75 rear.Drive Train- Shimano SIS 6 speed thumb shift with SIS rear derailleur and 6 speed Shimano Sprocket.Grips- GT low flange from a 1994 Dyno VFR and some NOS vintage bar end caps.
NOTE: Sold to a guy who wanted a BMX commuter. I delivered it across town in trade for a mid 90's Precision Whirley Bird which is Canada's version of the Royce Union.

http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif


Stay Strong-Ride BMX   |   bikewhistle.com  | whistlebikes on ebay

Offline

 

Board footer