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#7076 2018-11-27 3:12am

detroitjohnny
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/a590703f-f61c-4a69-ade5-c6fc098c2a9f5bf4466c6c.png


That handlebar hang tag is SICK with the 89 face graphics!!!!!  cool


WANTED: 1989 GT Pro Freestyle Tour.

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#7077 2018-11-28 3:46pm

Justin.noga
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Thanks Broke I had that one in the past I'll scoop up another

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#7078 2018-12-16 7:49pm

Justin.noga
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Updated my PC with 3 DC cables all dated 3/30/87
& added NOS SPINTECH cables


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/225892/img_20181216_2020385c16fc7582_blowup5c171c914a.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/225892/img_20181216_2021165c16fc74c5_blowup5c171c9305.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/225892/img_20180926_11545525babafca5a_blowup5c171c93cb.jpg
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#7079 2018-12-16 8:27pm

detroitjohnny
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Damn Justin, your builds are ssssoooooo clean.  cool


WANTED: 1989 GT Pro Freestyle Tour.

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#7080 2019-01-11 10:48pm

Northland_Rider
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

OK Dyno Guru's, I've just picked this up and have some questions!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/38912/_20190111_1703225c3815c5d35c388bd964.jpg

First off it's stamped '95 and I am lead to believe they were only available in chrome - yet this is bare metal and possibly originally yellow.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/38912/15471792521778278459775c38153f3d5c388be73f.jpg

Next question is what is the measurements of the oversized chain stay and down tube on a '95 Team frame?

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#7081 2019-01-13 5:17pm

JUGGARNAUT
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Ive never seen a Team Slammer, just Slammer and are the Pinnacle of Dynos line up..... or maybe Im wrong.hmm


Everything bmx I own is for sale, getting out for good. Pm me for details or pix. MINT 2018 Team Master ridden once for sale.

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#7082 2019-01-13 7:06pm

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Very confusing. Yes, the catalog has a Dyno Slammer Team frameset. From the serial number it would appear to be a January 95 made, 407 on the line if this from the "how to read GT/Dyno Serial numbers" holds true ...

"Santa Ana serials, rear dropout.
7841112 with a model abbreviation stamped nearby.(3, 4, L4, Jr, FS, I, M1, M1M, PE, JPE, XL, XXL, XL E, 24, F) 7 for the 7th month July. 84 for the year 1984. Same code in the 1990s as well"

"If the serial is just like these on the rear dropout but without a model abbreviation its also US made, but in Huntington Beach.
7872459 without a model abbreviation. 7 for the 7th month July. 87 for the year 1987.

Someone could have done a custom yellow powder coat job after having the chrome blasted off. One guy on the museum did a custom 95 in green and another guy did one in black. But yes. The Catalog and bikepedia list it as chrome only. hmm

https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/dyno/16839
https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/dyno/96656

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55127/1995-gt---dyno-catalog-0155c3bfc447f.jpg

https://www.bikepedia.com/Quickbike/Bik … item=28003


... would be so much easier to say the serial was incorrect and it was a 91? tonguetonguetonguetongue

https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/dyno/51042

https://bmxmuseum.com/image/sdc10297_blowup.jpg

Last edited by ChristianHetheMurray (2019-01-13 7:15pm)


My flatland is ... always smooth!!!!

[img]http://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/khe-bikes-11159567381c2_lg.jpg[/img]

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#7083 2019-01-13 7:34pm

Northland_Rider
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

ChristianHetheMurray wrote:

... would be so much easier to say the serial was incorrect and it was a 91? tonguetonguetonguetongue

Haha yeah the thought has crossed my mind seeing it's bare metal to weld on a bashguard like the earlier '90s ones plus would have 990's - win win?

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#7084 2019-01-13 8:05pm

Broke
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Northland_Rider wrote:

OK Dyno Guru's, I've just picked this up and have some questions!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 8bd964.jpg

First off it's stamped '95 and I am lead to believe they were only available in chrome - yet this is bare metal and possibly originally yellow.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 8be73f.jpg

Next question is what is the measurements of the oversized chain stay and down tube on a '95 Team frame?

Yes, Christian is right.  Jan of 95 it is a 95.  From 93 on the slammers were only available in chrome till like 99 or 00.  The DT would be 1 5/8”  and the CS would be 3/4”.  The 94 Team slammer had 990 mounts on the top of the rear CS.  The 94 non-team did not it had a pit bull.  In 95 and 96 both Team and Non Team had the 990 and were the same exact frame as the 94 Team.  Yes, there were both Team and non team completes offered in all the years.  The main difference being that the Team had the sticker, chrome rims w sealed bearing hubs, and the 3pc crank set with the CNC’d overdrive sprocket (same as 95 PFTT).  the non’s had silver rims w (sealed mech hubs/NOT a true sealed bearing), no sticker, and 1pc cranks with the wings sprocket.  The 3/4” CS tube started in 90 with the PC unicorn and slammer & slammer team, but not on the slammer II’s.  If you ordered a frame & fork set 94-96, it usually came without the Team sticker as that sticker was associated with all the good parts of the Team Complete.


School of Freestyle > http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=575132

WTB -1990 dyno PRO COMPE frame or frame set (with new slammer style rear dropout & UNICorn down tube) and 990 mounts - paypal ready and not scared to use it!

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#7085 2019-01-14 10:04pm

Northland_Rider
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Broke wrote:

Yes, Christian is right.  Jan of 95 it is a 95.  From 93 on the slammers were only available in chrome till like 99 or 00.  The DT would be 1 5/8”  and the CS would be 3/4”.  The 94 Team slammer had 990 mounts on the top of the rear CS.  The 94 non-team did not it had a pit bull.  In 95 and 96 both Team and Non Team had the 990 and were the same exact frame as the 94 Team.  Yes, there were both Team and non team completes offered in all the years.  The main difference being that the Team had the sticker, chrome rims w sealed bearing hubs, and the 3pc crank set with the CNC’d overdrive sprocket (same as 95 PFTT).  the non’s had silver rims w (sealed mech hubs/NOT a true sealed bearing), no sticker, and 1pc cranks with the wings sprocket.  The 3/4” CS tube started in 90 with the PC unicorn and slammer & slammer team, but not on the slammer II’s.  If you ordered a frame & fork set 94-96, it usually came without the Team sticker as that sticker was associated with all the good parts of the Team Complete.

That's some great info thanks Broke!

Why do they state differences in the '95 catalogue between a Team frame and standard as shown by Christian further up? I'd take that as though they were quite different frames?

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#7086 2019-01-14 10:21pm

Rude Dawg
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Dyno,detour ,vfr,compe.big_smile


WTB 1980s Pioneer Aero Dynamic made in Thailand.

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#7087 2019-01-16 1:24am

MossGreen97jeepXJ
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

My $106 99 Dyno VFR blackout project, my brother drank too much beer and gave it back so i’ve went chromeless, no buildoff just a fun project im picking at
https://ibb.co/Hn1bqFJ


Dyno’s, GT’s, Chevy HD’s and XJ’s
2000 Dyno Compe, 1998 Gt Vertigo, 1998 Dyno Air, 1996 Dyno Air green splash 95% original, 1998 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4.0L 4x4, 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD LS 6.0L 4x4, regular cab, long bed work truck, NO TOUCH SCREEN..

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#7088 2019-01-16 1:30am

MossGreen97jeepXJ
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Ill post pic tomorrow, but its in my avatar


Dyno’s, GT’s, Chevy HD’s and XJ’s
2000 Dyno Compe, 1998 Gt Vertigo, 1998 Dyno Air, 1996 Dyno Air green splash 95% original, 1998 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4.0L 4x4, 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD LS 6.0L 4x4, regular cab, long bed work truck, NO TOUCH SCREEN..

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#7089 2019-01-16 1:47am

JUGGARNAUT
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

I just got schooled. Thanks guys for the info as well.


Everything bmx I own is for sale, getting out for good. Pm me for details or pix. MINT 2018 Team Master ridden once for sale.

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#7090 2019-01-16 5:52am

franka
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/66596/20190112_1944265c3f3712b5.jpg
custom decals with chrome backing on


WTB VDC FREESTYLER
wtb GT COASTER USED COND

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#7091 2019-01-16 6:09am

Mosseyoak376
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

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Dino serial number
Could somebody please tell me what model and year my Dino that recently purchased the serial # S7EY37089

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#7092 2019-01-16 8:49am

efi4eye
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Pro Compe looks amazing Frank.  Never seen the prototype decals on a chrome

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#7093 2019-01-16 8:55am

ChaseDyno-Bmx
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

franka wrote:

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 3712b5.jpg
custom decals with chrome backing on

Love your Dyno, So Nice

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#7094 2019-01-16 9:01am

ChaseDyno-Bmx
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Mosseyoak376 wrote:

Feedback:  0 0 0
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Dino serial number
Could somebody please tell me what model and year my Dino that recently purchased the serial # S7EY37089

There Is A Thread called NAME IT.  Look for that thread and post up any pictures or questions you may have concerning anything you don’t know what It Is, Like A Frame, Or a Fork, Any Parts your not sure about and the folks here will chime in, So just make a new Post In The NAME IT SECTION.  Hope this helped

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#7095 2019-01-22 4:08pm

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55127/dyno-hoodie-0015c47b05e41.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55127/dyno-hoodie-0045c47b06052.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55127/dyno-hoodie-0055c47b05fe9.jpg


My flatland is ... always smooth!!!!

[img]http://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/khe-bikes-11159567381c2_lg.jpg[/img]

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#7097 2019-01-22 4:32pm

ChristianHetheMurray
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

wink  Yeah. A buddy made that for me. Pretty cool. Or shall I say warm. Just put it on to wear around the house. Cozy! cool


My flatland is ... always smooth!!!!

[img]http://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/khe-bikes-11159567381c2_lg.jpg[/img]

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#7098 2019-01-22 7:37pm

Broke
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Northland_Rider wrote:

Broke wrote:

Yes, Christian is right.  Jan of 95 it is a 95.  From 93 on the slammers were only available in chrome till like 99 or 00.  The DT would be 1 5/8”  and the CS would be 3/4”.  The 94 Team slammer had 990 mounts on the top of the rear CS.  The 94 non-team did not it had a pit bull.  In 95 and 96 both Team and Non Team had the 990 and were the same exact frame as the 94 Team.  Yes, there were both Team and non team completes offered in all the years.  The main difference being that the Team had the sticker, chrome rims w sealed bearing hubs, and the 3pc crank set with the CNC’d overdrive sprocket (same as 95 PFTT).  the non’s had silver rims w (sealed mech hubs/NOT a true sealed bearing), no sticker, and 1pc cranks with the wings sprocket.  The 3/4” CS tube started in 90 with the PC unicorn and slammer & slammer team, but not on the slammer II’s.  If you ordered a frame & fork set 94-96, it usually came without the Team sticker as that sticker was associated with all the good parts of the Team Complete.

That's some great info thanks Broke!

Why do they state differences in the '95 catalogue between a Team frame and standard as shown by Christian further up? I'd take that as though they were quite different frames?

In 94, they list the NON Team w/ oversized down tube, but not the Team.  In 95 they did the opposite. Maybe to be fair to both, lol, IDK for sure.  I had both frames (Team & non) of 94 at the same time and they are exactly the same, I measured them.  I had a 95 & 96 both team models and they are the same as 94.  I think they make mention of it in 95 again because GT PFT’s got a bigger stronger DT finally.  The GT’s ran a 1 3/8” DT (85-86 & S-bend 87-94) from the mid 80’s through 94.  In 95 the PFT’s up’d to 1 5/8” DT. The 95 brochure lists PFT Team Frame as 1 1/2” DT, but it is actually 1 5/8”, brochure is wrong.  Sometimes this happens because the cat’s are printed before the new models hit final mass production.  Or the geek on the catalog design computer eyeballs a tape over the tube instead of running to fab shop for a caliper.  Choose your own adventure on this, your guess is as good as mine.  I made a chart of the Dyno High End frames specs (1987-2000 PC’s & slammer’s) that I need to freshen up and repost.  It wasn’t quite complete as I didn’t have a couple of the late 90’s frames to measure.  My Damn puter crashed and it’s gone, but I have the info in a note book yet. 

FRANKA!!!!  THAT 88 CHROME TEAM IS SSIICCKK!!!!!


MOSSYOAK GUY - that serial is a 97 something.  If it’s complete does it have spokes or mags?  Post up a picture and we can tell for sure.  Freestyle models were Compe and Air in 97.  Not a slammer as slammer’s still had US serial on drop and no more Detour then either.  Race/dirt models were SONIC, Nitro & Nitro 24”, VFR, Blaze, & NSX & NSX coaster.

Last edited by Broke (2019-01-22 7:38pm)


School of Freestyle > http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=575132

WTB -1990 dyno PRO COMPE frame or frame set (with new slammer style rear dropout & UNICorn down tube) and 990 mounts - paypal ready and not scared to use it!

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#7099 2019-02-02 8:21am

Luke Bongwater
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

Hey guys I have a quick ? Can you fit these new gt heritage tires that are 2.20’s on the old 90’s Slammers? Seems like a good cheaper replacement to get them in gumwall than spend hundreds on old dry rotted originals... especially if you plan on actually riding it...


Whoa whoa whoa, Miss Lippy! The part of the story I don't like is that the little boy gave up looking for Happy after an hour! He didn't put posters up or anything, he just sat on the porch like a goon and waited! That little boy's gotta think 'You got a pet. You got a responsibility!' If your dog is lost you don't look for an hour then call it quits! You get your ass out there and you find that fu*king dog!!! (Billy Madison)

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#7100 2019-02-02 12:53pm

detroitjohnny
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Re: Talk Dyno to me!

^^^^   I'm not sure, but we are going to find out.  I ordered 2 pair of the 2.2" from Albes yesterday.  Should be here some time next week.  I have an 87 Pro Compe that I think I'll get them out on.


WANTED: 1989 GT Pro Freestyle Tour.

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