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Old 08-03-04, 04:54 PM   #1
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Is a Dyno compe crap.

I bought a dyno compe from my local tip for 5.00 and cleaned it, sorted the bearings and fitted a new front brake cable. It has SST ORYG gyro/brake and 48 hole alloy rims. Is this bike crap and what do you think is is worth I know it's not up to most peoples bikes on this forum but I know little about BMX
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Old 08-03-04, 09:56 PM   #2
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Dyno made the Compe for years, so it really depends on what year it is and what components it has and what condition everything is in.

Really, a photo would be a lot more helpful than even describing it... Well, make that 'photos' of a lot of stuff on the bike close up.

The Compe isn't a great bike, but it can be a good entry level bike I would say. It's not like you could pick one up at WalMart... or can you do that now?
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no but u can pick up V.F.R and nsx.But my dyno is made beforew they sold out...
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