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1986 GT Pro Performer

#1 2020-06-03 7:35am

Redline69
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1986 GT Pro Performer

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1986 GT Pro Performer

1986 Pro Performer

My friend had an 84 back in the day, and since he wasn’t mechanically inclined I kept it tuned in. Always liked how the bike rode so I decided to build one of my own. All chrome has original finishes, but I had C4 Labs repowder the white parts. Thanks to all who helped source the parts
Frame: GT Pro Performer (OG down tube decal, all other decals are Ultra-Hive)
Fork: GT Pro Performer
Handlebars: GT Pro Performer
Stem: GT mallet
Headset: GT / Epoch
Grips: A’me unitron (reissue)
Seat post: GT laid back (circle / cr-mo      stamped)
Seat clamp: GT
Seat: Viscount dominator (reissue)
Crank: SR cr-mo Tubular OPC (175x24)
Pedals: SR mp-470 platform
Bottom Bracket: Tioga sealed
Chainwheel disc: unknown brand
Chainwheel: SR 44T (og chrome)
Chainwheel bolts: unknown brand
Chain: KMC
Rear brakes: Dia Compe MX-901
Front brake: Dia Compe 880
Brake pads: Dia Compe (reissue)
Brake levers: Dia Compe Tech 6
Hubs: GT race lace (1st gen)
Rims: Araya 7X (20x1.75) polished
Tires: Cheng Shin freestyle
Valve caps: Rad caps (have owned since 85)
Detangler: Odyssey gyro
Frame standers: GT
Fork standers: GT


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Last edited by Redline69 (2020-06-03 6:56pm)

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#2 2020-06-03 11:48am

cog-hat
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Re: 1986 GT Pro Performer

very nice.....chrome indeed!!

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#3 2020-06-03 12:36pm

jsadamski
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Re: 1986 GT Pro Performer

this is super nice, great job!!


WANTED; Survivor Yellow GT '84 Pro Performer ****  I want to thank 92 Redline Platinum for making this happen.  I will forever be grateful my friend !!!!

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#4 2020-06-03 2:06pm

Undercover
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Re: 1986 GT Pro Performer

B  L  A  Z  I  N  G  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#5 2020-08-25 10:33am

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Re: 1986 GT Pro Performer

those back brakes functional?
Love this bike

Last edited by Hussler (2020-08-25 10:34am)


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#6 2020-10-11 5:31pm

Redline69
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Re: 1986 GT Pro Performer

Hussler wrote:

those back brakes functional?
Love this bike

Yep, everything operates perfectly.

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