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#7626 2021-09-12 4:38pm

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I built this ol boy with spare parts I had laying around.
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#7627 2021-09-12 4:40pm

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Let's Go Brandon!!

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#7628 2021-09-12 4:47pm

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Freshour, Mongoose, GT, Dyno, Kuwahara, Free Agent, Schwinn.

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#7629 2021-09-12 4:47pm

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#7630 2021-09-12 6:03pm

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#7631 2021-09-12 6:17pm

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#7632 2021-09-12 9:22pm

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If it ain't done twice its not done right

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#7633 2021-09-13 3:52am

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https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6484/img_20210912_193321456613e8ecb1f.jpg

Perfect!


Concretetrash, love the avatar.  cool


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#7634 2021-09-21 4:27am

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ChristianHetheMurray wrote:

For those with Pro-Compes that can't find the 2 to 1.

Very nice. Porkchop looking out for us! coolcoolcool  And in various colors too.

https://porkchopbmx.com/porkchop-bmx-po … -anodized/

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6787b3.png

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Nice. I have the exact same one made by Pervert.
I ended sticking it to the Frame with some good 3M Automotive double sided tape. neutral

You can see it the parts photo under the spin tech stem.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/1ec66eda-a1b5-4652-8ba6-8bec7b4908d35cef196e33.jpeg

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/2d178286-25a2-4b66-b624-5d156857b91b6149c10dca.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/720ae268-13b6-434e-b5b5-54126d4582cf6149c10e6c.jpeg


I might have a Dyno addiction.

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#7635 2021-09-21 4:34am

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DYNOMIGHT wrote:

ChristianHetheMurray wrote:

For those with Pro-Compes that can't find the 2 to 1.

Very nice. Porkchop looking out for us! coolcoolcool  And in various colors too.

https://porkchopbmx.com/porkchop-bmx-po … -anodized/

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6787b3.png

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 679b56.png

Nice. I have the exact same one made by Pervert.
I ended sticking it to the Frame with some good 3M Automotive double sided tape. neutral

You can see it the parts photo under the spin tech stem.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 96e33.jpeg

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 10dca.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 10e6c.jpeg

Nice job! cool


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

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

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#7636 2021-09-21 9:07am

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Anyone have the paint/powder code for the 87 Dyno blue?? For a Pro Compe ?!  Thanks


***** WTB a 1990 Dyno pro Compe frame ***

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#7637 2021-09-21 9:14am

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Electric Blue - … Color: RAL 5005 … Dupont N1324

https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=562989

https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=846930

https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=730324

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Last edited by ChristianHetheMurray (2021-09-21 9:18am)


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

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

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#7638 2021-09-21 10:23am

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#7639 2021-09-21 10:45am

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***** WTB a 1990 Dyno pro Compe frame ***

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#7640 2021-09-21 5:47pm

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Yeah looks like two brake levers on the right.


I might have a Dyno addiction.

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#7641 2021-09-21 5:56pm

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2020 Dyno Pro Compe CRUISER pretzel bars
vs
2020 Dyno REPOP Pretzel bars “D” Stamped
vs
1990’s Dyno Compe bars

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/581659ea-5178-4254-9374-f56b2e86c5c2614a7e0706.jpeg


I might have a Dyno addiction.

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#7642 2021-09-22 4:53pm

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DYNOMIGHT wrote:

2020 Dyno Pro Compe CRUISER pretzel bars
vs
2020 Dyno REPOP Pretzel bars “D” Stamped
vs
1990’s Dyno Compe bars

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … e0706.jpeg

Hope they make more...i bought 2 sets then one a set of raffle...there nice reissue bars lil longer and center bars lil smaller in diameter...but very close to og

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#7643 2021-10-12 5:07am

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I added some build photos to my bike museum post. Check it out.
https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic. … 8#p7160158

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https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/03c72d15-a054-452f-b977-b11f46ddeaf761657a393b.jpeg
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https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/7fcbf549-160c-4a4f-a68b-4945566c111261657a3948.jpeg

And I put on some new wheels.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/251158/74b3941b-cd9b-4ad5-aa96-5b5813b28afb61657a784b.jpeg


I might have a Dyno addiction.

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#7644 2021-10-12 5:11am

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

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

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#7645 2021-10-12 7:24am

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OG'89 wrote:

Cut and paste from my other thread.

"I don't know how I didn't notice this before. I saw a picture of someone's recently-completed 1990 Slammer on Instagram yesterday and commented 'is that a '90 Pro Compe modified to be a Slammer?' I asked this because I a) would have been mortified if someone had taken the unicorn '90 Pro Compe and welded a bashguard onto it, and b) because I saw the Slammer frame in question had the elevated down tube that I thought was unique to the Pro Compe of that year.

See, I had a friend back in the day who had a '90 Slammer, and it didn't have the elevated down tube. But then, I checked the Museum '90 Slammer entries, and low & behold, about half of them have the elevated down tube.

What's up?

Looked at the reference section, found this:

Also, the 1990 Slammer was available in three different frame designs-
The standard issue has non curved seatstays that join the chainstays at the dropouts.
The team model (sold as a complete or frame & fork) same as the standard except the seatstays curve downward at the dropout, and do not meet the chainstays (similar to early 90's Robinsons).
The Slammer ll - similar to the Detour but w/ a welded on bashguard.

Based on a review of every single 1990 Dyno Slammer submitted to the Museum, I can't see a single frame with the 'Robinson' style seatstays, as mentioned and seen in the reference section (1990 Dyno Catalog, and Slammer frame listing.) However, as we all know, Dyno was often using prototypes for the catalog pictures, with features that didn't make it to the production bikes (like the Voelker-spec Pro Compe graphics in 88.)

In the 1990 catalog, we can see that the red 'Team' Slammer has the Robinson-style seatstays, but the blue inset 'standard' Slammer has the 1990 Pro-Compe style dropouts. Later in the catalog, the Pro Compe listed as frame only (under 'Hardware') is clearly a repainted 1988-89 Pro Compe without the elevated down tube. In fact, it's difficult to tell if the main image of the chrome 1990 Pro Compe has the elevated down tube, either.

Has anyone ever seen a Robinson-style seatstay 90 Slammer? My guess is it was a proto only. I would guess that both 'team' and 'standard' model 90 Slammers used Pro Compes as their basis, with added bashguard, and the 'Slammer II' used Detours as their basis, with added bashguard.

Question is -- was the geometry and tubing lengths the same for Detour and Pro Compe? Why the different frame designs?

Also would say proto only on the red one

Compe, Air, DeTour were the same just specked different to be at different price points. Not sure on the exact specs of the lower ends, but here is a chart of specs I put together for the high ends.  Not sure on 87-88 low ends but by 90 the geometry’s were different for sure.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200556/277c3b04-8c5b-44dd-a144-5c30f796f43f6165979d18.png


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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#7646 2021-10-18 4:50pm

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Freshour, Mongoose, GT, Dyno, Kuwahara, Free Agent, Schwinn.

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#7647 2021-10-19 6:17am

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Broke wrote:

OG'89 wrote:

Cut and paste from my other thread.

"I don't know how I didn't notice this before. I saw a picture of someone's recently-completed 1990 Slammer on Instagram yesterday and commented 'is that a '90 Pro Compe modified to be a Slammer?' I asked this because I a) would have been mortified if someone had taken the unicorn '90 Pro Compe and welded a bashguard onto it, and b) because I saw the Slammer frame in question had the elevated down tube that I thought was unique to the Pro Compe of that year.

See, I had a friend back in the day who had a '90 Slammer, and it didn't have the elevated down tube. But then, I checked the Museum '90 Slammer entries, and low & behold, about half of them have the elevated down tube.

What's up?

Looked at the reference section, found this:

Also, the 1990 Slammer was available in three different frame designs-
The standard issue has non curved seatstays that join the chainstays at the dropouts.
The team model (sold as a complete or frame & fork) same as the standard except the seatstays curve downward at the dropout, and do not meet the chainstays (similar to early 90's Robinsons).
The Slammer ll - similar to the Detour but w/ a welded on bashguard.

Based on a review of every single 1990 Dyno Slammer submitted to the Museum, I can't see a single frame with the 'Robinson' style seatstays, as mentioned and seen in the reference section (1990 Dyno Catalog, and Slammer frame listing.) However, as we all know, Dyno was often using prototypes for the catalog pictures, with features that didn't make it to the production bikes (like the Voelker-spec Pro Compe graphics in 88.)

In the 1990 catalog, we can see that the red 'Team' Slammer has the Robinson-style seatstays, but the blue inset 'standard' Slammer has the 1990 Pro-Compe style dropouts. Later in the catalog, the Pro Compe listed as frame only (under 'Hardware') is clearly a repainted 1988-89 Pro Compe without the elevated down tube. In fact, it's difficult to tell if the main image of the chrome 1990 Pro Compe has the elevated down tube, either.

Has anyone ever seen a Robinson-style seatstay 90 Slammer? My guess is it was a proto only. I would guess that both 'team' and 'standard' model 90 Slammers used Pro Compes as their basis, with added bashguard, and the 'Slammer II' used Detours as their basis, with added bashguard.

Question is -- was the geometry and tubing lengths the same for Detour and Pro Compe? Why the different frame designs?

Also would say proto only on the red one

Compe, Air, DeTour were the same just specked different to be at different price points. Not sure on the exact specs of the lower ends, but here is a chart of specs I put together for the high ends.  Not sure on 87-88 low ends but by 90 the geometry’s were different for sure.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 979d18.png

Good intel as ever, Broke. Yeah, I agree -- proto only on the Red '90 Slammer from the catalog. I've sure never seen one in 30 years. But what's up with the Slammer with elevated down tube, and non-elevated down tube, some with PC-style drops, and some with Detour style drops?

Was it literally a question of weld a bashguard onto whatever frame you could find?


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