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1988 Dyno Compe

#1 2007-05-26 7:33pm

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1988 Dyno Compe

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1988 Dyno Compe

I had the frame custom powder coated metallic blood red and went from there...

frame & fork: '88 Dyno Compe, cranks: Profile (180mm), power disc & chainring: GT, pedals: JP Precision, chain: Izumi, wheels: ZAC 30 rims w/ sealed Suzue hubs (48H), tires: Haro MultiSurface 3, freewheel: Suntour, stem: GT mallet w/ potts mod, headset: Tioga Beartrap w/ locknut, bars: Elf, grips: ODI Longnecks, brakes: Odyssey 1999, brake levers: Dia Compe Tech 3, brake pads: Skyway Pro pads, seat: Viscount Dominator, seat post: Dyno Drain Pipe, seat post clamp: GT, axle pegs: GT


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Last edited by GT-PP (2007-08-01 3:36pm)

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#2 2007-05-27 7:30am

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

NICE!!!!  That is a very sharp looking Compe.

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#3 2007-05-27 8:08am

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Thanks a lot! Most of credit goes to the powder coaters though at Streetwerkz! Here is what I started with:
http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/8058/3e211ob9.th.jpg

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#4 2007-06-05 8:12pm

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Very nice bike. Good job

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#5 2008-02-07 3:10pm

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

This bike is a great color.

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#6 2011-09-04 5:44pm

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Great color, Beautiful bike! Not sure if im aloud to ask this? but, How much Powder coat run? I'm looking to have my "86" Haro Sport redone? W/ orig. blue. Just need to find someone who does it here? Anyway great bike Bro!  :)


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#7 2011-11-24 8:39am

paul2open09
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Love your work on this compe so much
it's inspired me to get my own beaten up one out the shed and prep it for paint
lets see where it goes from there.
Many Thanks to you for showing off this fine bike
Ride On


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#8 2011-12-28 5:59pm

Iven
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

love the color theme :D

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#9 2012-01-17 6:56pm

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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

fav love the color!


my post's # is low cuz I spend most of my time in the for sale section and all of my posts wind up getting deleted :/

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#10 2013-05-28 3:37pm

getwheels
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Re: 1988 Dyno Compe

Much nicer than anything that come factory fresh from GT/Dyno! :cool:


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