Vintage Dyno BMX

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Picked this up on the cheap. Looks to be entirely original. No kickstand or brakes, freestyle. I think it’s a Performer from the 1980s but not sure.

Can someone who knows this bike tell me a little something on it?

Thanks in advance.
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You might want to poke around at bmxmuseum dot com. The members are a little snooty, but their knowledge of BMX is excellent. And they have DEEP pockets! I don't know that specific bike, but Dyno was a solid bike shop brand back then, and you look to have some decent parts there.
The pedals look cool, the crank bars, stem, and seatpost... I like
 

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Rear dropouts appear to be Dyno. Oversized tubes and large diameter seatpost indicate early-mid '90s or later. 1” threaded would be earlier than mid 90s to early 2000s depending on model level. I'm not a Dyno guy, but I'd guess very late 90s NSX or Sonic, or similar.
 
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Thanks for all the info. I got some good feedback from BMX Museum site. Pretty sure it is. ‘96 or ‘97 Dyno Sonic. Traveling on business right now but I will look for serial number on it but my bike looks dead on.


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