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2001 Dyno VFR

#1 2014-01-10 11:24am

Genix9
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2001 Dyno VFR

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2001 Dyno VFR

Dyno "VFR Ripper". My take on a "Ripper"d build.

I picked up the frame, fork and some of the other parts some time ago with the intention of doing a Ripper-styled build at some point. It's flat and oval, right. I dropped the OG forks and replaced those with a set of Landing Gears to better match the Ripper style. Some custom paintwork and decaling (and pads!) later, and there you have it. VFR Ripper a'la carte. This was done as a learning and fun build, so no particularly branded or pricey parts were used.
If you want to read the full resto story you can find that here.


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#2 2014-01-10 12:47pm

calamity-calvin
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

This is absolutely ridiculous. I LOVE IT!!!!

Out of curiosity, where did you have the pads made?

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WANTED:
Odyssey Pro Flatland fork (zero offset, 990 mounts)

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#3 2014-01-10 2:18pm

oldserider78
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

Man that turned out really cool and different!..Im usually a purist but it looks great!..Take care and ride on!

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#4 2014-01-10 2:21pm

Gunluva
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

Very original!!!


Wanted: Tange or Hatta anno blue headset.

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#5 2014-01-10 4:52pm

GTbee10
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

cool

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#6 2014-01-10 7:41pm

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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

LOL!  that is awesome!


Looking for a '94 GT pro tour

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#7 2014-03-05 4:16pm

4130_stoner
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

That's actually pretty rad! haha

nice job on the resto! cool


riding 20''s, and smoking herb for as long as i can remember.....damn short term memory loss!

Cheap girls are like cheap bike parts. Both will send you to see the doctor.-77Rider

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#8 2014-03-08 3:02pm

barcook82
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

Pretty cool Idea...like the color


Mud boggin

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#9 2015-01-03 11:18am

skdevore
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

Awesome vision on this, and your painting skills are off the chain!  cool


There's no help for this Museum Junkie!

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#10 2015-03-14 6:01am

88GTP
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

This bike is very well thought out! And the end game came with awsome results! Nicely done sir cool


" He's such a nice boy "

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#11 2015-10-08 10:24pm

Rad Chadd
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Re: 2001 Dyno VFR

That's all good  I like what you done to your dyno .....coool man pk ripper style

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