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SE Racing Trick Master

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Classification Details

Brand SE Racing
Model Trick Master
Genre Freestyle
Class N/A
Country of MFG Taiwan
Year of MFG 1985
Finish Original
Condition Used Very Good

Core Structure

Frame SE Racing Trick Master
Fork SE Racing Trick Master Standing Gear
Handlebars VDC Woody Bars - 3rd Gen
Stem ACS 45
Headset YST Headset
Gyro ACS rotor

Wheel Details

Front Hub N/A
Rear Hub N/A
Mag Wheel Skyway OE
Rim N/A
Front Tire LHR Freestyle 360
Rear Tire LHR Freestyle 360
Spokes N/A

Divetrain Details

Cranks OE
Pedals Victor VP-300
Pedal Cage N/A
Chain KMC (original)
Sprocket CYC Tracer 44T
Spider CYC - OE
Bottom Bracket YST

Seat Details

Seat Post Clamp MF 25.4
Seat Post OE
Seat Velo VL-119 Freestyle
Seat Cover N/A

Brake Details

Brake Front Chang Star 980 Freestyle
Brake Rear Chang Star 980 Freestyle
Brake Lever Chang Star Tech 4 style
Brake Cable New
Brake Shoes Chang Star block style

Miscellaneous Details

Grips Mushroom II copies
Pad Set N/A
Number Plate N/A
Decals original F/F decals
Other N/A

Additional Notes

1985 SE Racing Trick Master survivor with 3rd Gen VDC Woody Bars

Almost all original and how the original owner built it back in the day but I could not buy it with the wheels he had on the bike which I regret. The original ACS 20 stem was bent & I spent some years looking for the same exact ACS 20 but settled on an original finish ACS 45. I cleaned everything up and added new brake cables and housing. I took apart the original ACS Rotor and cleaned it up to save it. The original brakes were in good shape but the front was missing the cable hanger and the nut was missing on the anchor bolt then I added NOS Chang Star pads (block style). The bike was missing levers so I found some Chang Star Tech 4 style levers these bikes had. I found used Skyway OE mags and cleaned them up and added NOS LHR Freestyle 360 tires. Looks like some GT fork standers may have been used on this bike as there are marks on the fork consistant with use of those type fork standers. Which is maybe why the fork pegs were not present on the bike so I added some NOS Spinner pegs that these bikes had. Original seat has a crack on top near the rear corner so I found a used $7 dollar replacement which I need to clean up and have yet installed.