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2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

#1 2007-11-18 11:25pm

GFR Industries
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2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

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2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

This was one of my son's bikes

Everything baby blue was powder coated by me. Heres the run down-
2000 powerlite coqpit frame with old school headtube decal
Answer mag fork
Sun rims with powerlite sealed hubs
Torker cranks w/ sprocket
Shadow conspiracy grips & seat
Wellgo pedals
Haro bars
Tektro brakes
***SOLD***



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WTB: 90s Torker parts / VRP 24" or 26" / NoMoreA 24"

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#2 2007-11-22 8:02pm

iwantanoldschoolbike
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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

i could of sworn that i have commented on this bad bike, anyways it sick
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glaoigh mé Iodáileach garsún.

(thats gaelic)

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#3 2007-11-27 5:22pm

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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

Thanks, it has since been traded for another 1999-2000 GT ultra box 20". He wants to change it up some so it looks like baby blue & white now :)


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WTB: 90s Torker parts / VRP 24" or 26" / NoMoreA 24"

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#4 2009-11-22 8:23am

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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

di you have any issue with the legs coming unglued on the crown when you baked the forks after powder? had thought about just redoing mine in black. i had asked answer and their sales woman has very detailed about how i shouldnt get the drop outs on a set of carbon forks powdered due to the heat.


Dammit! The nitrous oxide's leaking into the car!

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#5 2009-11-23 6:32pm

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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

No issues on these forks but I'm not sure I would recommend doing it either. I also had 5000lb per sq inch glue to use if there was any issue to fix them with.


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WTB: 90s Torker parts / VRP 24" or 26" / NoMoreA 24"

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#6 2011-01-18 10:18am

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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

Tell me you painted the chain (just the outside links of course) too!  (did you?)


I have parts

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#7 2014-05-24 9:23pm

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Re: 2000 Powerlite P61 Coqpit Pro

Quite a different color for a P-lite.

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