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hey, just pulled this post out of the old BOTY thread.  it'll get more attention here. :) 

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I think they’re Terry Cable cranks. 

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Yeah. Terrycable Power Cranks was my first thought as well.

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The N on the decals remind me of schwinn. I found these on a 86 schwinn team sting. Owner says there  Anlun. The one in the mag ad looks like it has a pinch bolt though.

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Judging by some of the other components, I would feel comfortable identifying as S&S 'Power Cranks'. The bottom bracket was manufactured by the rather unknown company Acura Lite. So unknown, the only time I've seen their name in print was in a '87 BMX Plus! 'Buyers Guide' w/ no other information whatsoever. This same 'Buyers Guide' also included the new 'Power Cranks' from S&S Racing.

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Here's some of the Acura Lite components I used on my Aaron Hinson Mini.

 

 

 

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The Special Mini Guide was actually in the Oct. '88 issue of BMX Plus!

 

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Here's a close-up of the Acura Lite Axles

 

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this is actually a bad ass lil expert. it has Kovachi hubs/wheels with i think ti Lowey axels, comp 3's, crupi pedals, tnt stem, answer forks, two piece seat clamp, 

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Dig the hollow pin chain too!  

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3 hours ago, TrulyOdd said:

Dig the hollow pin chain too!  

i noticed the hollow pin, but just checked and its a Regina and the thinnest walled pins I've ever seen

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On 3/19/2020 at 10:36 PM, steve bourke said:

i noticed the hollow pin, but just checked and its a Regina and the thinnest walled pins I've ever seen

If you're looking for a lightweight chain, the Regina 'America' Superleggera is an awesome choice. At full length (8 speed) it weighs exactly 250 grams, the only real downside is when it comes to shortening or adapting it for BMX. There's only approx. 4-6 links provided with solid pins, so it requires carefully grinding off one side of a hollow pin and punching out the remainder of the pin without damaging the inner bushing (you will need it for reassembly once you got the chain to it's desired length).

 

 

On a side note: There's also a Extra Superleggera SL that weighs 10 grams less than the incredibly costly Regina Titanio (Titanium).

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