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#26 2018-02-22 6:44pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Also looks like he’s running a “doubler” on the front brake


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#27 2018-02-22 7:15pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Man!!  Those Pics are some money shots!!  Yes Ody 2000's WOW! - .  I was very happy running with my front 2000 from 85-88.  Looks like a smooth early gen GT peg with grip tape maybe.  I saw him do that on another bike.  THANKS A BUNCH FOR THOSE GREAT PICS!!!!!

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- wheels  - a set of early hubs are on ebay I'm watching


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#28 2018-02-22 7:33pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

erichevy wrote:

Here are the GT A'me grips i mentioned.... the ends are smotth like the ones in the picture....

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 234bdc.jpg

I don't think it's the A'me GT grips. I believe he's running A'me flangeless mountain bike grips like these.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/230731/15193570112979307659915a8f8c617e.jpg

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#29 2018-02-22 11:54pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

RobS wrote:

Also looks like he’s running a “doubler” on the front brake

I think that is just a bent over cable.


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#30 2018-02-23 1:59am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

blammo585 wrote:

Quattrotakis wrote:

So Ody FS2000 brakes!?! So cool he's riding an 86 model with a slew of 87 parts.  That color combo is so bad a$$.

How did he ever do any tricks using Odyssey 2000 brakes? Those were the worst brakes I ever tried, and I tried almost everything out there in 88 on up.

Yep, worst brakes ever. lol

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#31 2018-02-23 2:19am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Quattrotakis wrote:

erichevy wrote:

Here are the GT A'me grips i mentioned.... the ends are smotth like the ones in the picture....

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 234bdc.jpg

I don't think it's the A'me GT grips. I believe he's running A'me flangeless mountain bike grips like these.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 8c617e.jpg

Totally agree with that after looking at those pics.


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#32 2018-02-23 6:05pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

I ordered some of those grips. wink

Got these coming too!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/189aab22-0dcb-40aa-9b10-a2f1e53752345a90cb2963.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/7ac2c25a-d26d-4b27-a768-9988f96ac3735a90cb29a9.jpeg

Also found these down in my stash, forgot I had them.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/2fb99bdb-65e6-4d22-a9ce-233b677fdbc95a90cb6b80.jpeg

Last edited by Broke (2018-02-23 6:18pm)


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#33 2018-02-23 6:24pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

this will be worth watching.big_smile


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#34 2018-02-23 9:22pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

cool


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#35 2018-02-24 7:00am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

This should be good !!  big_smile


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#36 2018-02-24 7:34am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

cool


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#37 2018-02-24 7:45am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

This should be a really cool build. It'll probably be the only bike on this site with a "sissy lever" on the bars. For those that don't know,
a sissy lever was a third brake lever mounted to the bars to aid in learning bar rides.

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#38 2018-02-24 10:14am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Threw the tire on a loose wheel I had to mock up the rear end with the Lavender, and it looks really good.

LHD - what?  Lol

I have decided that the fork will go to C4 for a new finish this next week.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/798dfeef-6384-430e-8259-2ae8a6a6d1415a91ab37d2.jpeg


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#39 2018-02-24 10:42am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

cool


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#40 2018-02-24 11:17am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Back to the brakes - so I originally thought these were nippon’s because the slotted hole for the pad adjustment is angled slightly compared to the fork tube and rear seat stays as seen in the first picture.  883’s and 901’s are like this - angled away, not parallel to the tubes.  Then the other pics revealed they are Ody 2000’s, pic 2.  I have been looking into finding 2000’s, but all i’m seeing is ones with the slotted hole that isn’t angled, pic 3,4,5 (these are borrowed from for sale posts). Is there more than one gen of the Ody 2000 brakes?

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/5448c365-3c55-4df8-b3a1-f8a7cf51f9635a91b9ec8c.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/773e8b33-d66b-45fa-97b0-4c16da5966235a91ba2e9a.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/fba78d8a-9cd2-43b0-89b2-76aad6e30f105a91bb057f.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/eeed123e-f795-4d16-a2e5-72224e570b615a91bb06a0.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/3e95a1c0-d13d-48fc-8013-0cbb0e312ba25a91bb065f.jpeg

Last edited by Broke (2018-02-24 11:21am)


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#41 2018-02-24 11:26am

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Here are the angled slots of the 883 nip and rear 901, also the straight slot of the 880 (front of pink dyno).

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/0a9be843-23f5-4d9d-9601-1736adb799c05a91bc7311.png
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/3437d868-e2de-43ab-83fc-042b4c2399785a91bc7464.png


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#42 2018-02-24 12:08pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

I think the stock Odyssey brakes on my 86 Dyno would be considered angled?http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41686/b71e3ef0-1e01-4f12-af4b-69022a5559485a91c627aa.jpeg


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#43 2018-02-24 12:20pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Yep those are it.  Must be earlier gen.  I see the ones on Martins bike only have three holes drilled in them.  The straight ones have 4 holes.


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#44 2018-02-24 12:28pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Been lucky enough to meet Martin a few times and glad to see he still rides. Wish I has seen that shot earlier, love oddball adaptations, could of asked him what trick it was for. cool


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#45 2018-02-24 12:30pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

..... The cut off and angled stander that is.


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#46 2018-02-24 12:36pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

I was told this -

I think that was used as leverage to flip the bike up during a trick he called the "chicken hook switch".


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#47 2018-02-24 12:46pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Cool. And to think, some guys have mocked my seatpost mounted brake lever! Whatever works for you I say!


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#48 2018-02-24 5:33pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Otto_Maddox wrote:

This should be a really cool build. It'll probably be the only bike on this site with a "sissy lever" on the bars. For those that don't know,
a sissy lever was a third brake lever mounted to the bars to aid in learning bar rides.

lollol
I used them on my Franken-Goose to learn my bar rides.


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#49 2018-02-26 1:03pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

I tried to recreate that pic once, lol lol
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/72033/bdma5a94761a99.png


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#50 2018-02-26 1:57pm

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Re: 1986 MARTIN APARIJO GT PFT REPLICA BUILD

Watching this one.


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