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    Calling Voodoo owners!

    I have not seen much of them in this forum but i know that there are some. How about posting your Voodoo bikes here. Certainly will be nice to see some old and new Voodoo bikes posted in the same thread.

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    It's not built up, but I have a voodoo djab, ti hardtail. I bought it in 1997 before disk brakes took off, and by the time they did voodoo had gone on hiatus. So I sent it to Dekerf up in Canada and had them weld a disk tab on and remove the canti bosses. They did a beautiful job with it, and kept all of the decals intact. I'll photograph the frame if anyone is interested in seeing it. It hangs on my shop wall like art right now, I will build it up again someday.

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    Hey goatboy001, yeah please post it up. I'll post my Voodoo as soon as i get some pics. Prob in a few days to get this thread filled.
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    here's my wanga yesterday in the woods:


    the rear brake was leaking, so i mounted a v-brake until the problem is fixed. so normally, there's a black rim and a disc brake on the rear too.

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    I was gutted when my old voodoo d-jab was stolen.
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    Nice ride papajoe.
    Are those Mary bars and Middleburn cranks?

    Fux sorry to hear. But its a good reason to get the new one!

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    ... and if we just ...

    Here's mine before the build
    2006 Voodoo Bakka



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    Voodoo Wanga

    My Recent Voodoo Build.
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    Bizango 1994

    Frame geometry made for 100mm suspension fork in ' 94 was quite visionary, wasn't it?



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    Titanium Voodoo CX bike.


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    Voodoo Winter Commuter

    Here is my freshly built Wanga.
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    Here's my '96 Wanga......still ridden regularly!
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    Voodoo

    Here is a photo of the Voodoo Wanga in action.




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    Here's my Voodoo Bakka still with gears. Going SS when the parts arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Boi
    Nice ride papajoe.
    Are those Mary bars and Middleburn cranks?

    Fux sorry to hear. But its a good reason to get the new one!

    Cheers
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    thanks man. yes those are mary bars but no middleburn cranks
    just old lx (fc-m570) but i like them.
    there have been some changes on the setup lately. the rear disc brake is back and theres a new set of wheels (hope pro2 ss) with some slightly fatter tires. there will be one more change soon and then i consider the ride 'finished'. i will show some fresh images then

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    sweet! 100mm in 1994, i guess this was a hardcore freerider back then

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    Canzo Love

    08 XO , F29, King Hubs, (matching King headset came later)
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    Heres my Voodoo Wazzo Crosser in lovely 853 Steel ...
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    i had this only posted on the SS forum. nice to be amongst other Voodoos

    2007 D-jab Single Speed


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    Butchered polished XTR crank? Been seeing these alot lately. Thinking of making one myself.
    Very nice! Whats your gear ratio like?
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    yep, M960's. gear ratio is currently 32:16, alright all rounder but i've out grown it. i've ordered a 15 just to mix things up a bit.
    if you're not breaking stuff, you're not going faster

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    Voodoo Sobo

    My Greatest Bike ever VOODOO Sobo !!
    The geometry of the Bike plus the light weight is awesome !! I have told already, whoever goes on with a Voodoo it gets the speell !!! The are kind of magic !!
    Here are some Pictures !!
    Love & Ride free !!

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    Voodoo Sobo

    Sweet Voodoo sobo !!

    My Second Girlfriend !!

    Sobo at Florida, national gate to "UCUMARI National Park" Risaralda/Colombia/South America
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    In The "Los Nevados National Park" at 4.600 mts (15.091 feet) in the Andean mountain (Caldas/Colombia/South America)

    "Crater Arenas" Andean Mountain

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    Fantastic Ricky!! kudos to touring in the rare. Just finished building up a voodoo bizango with my girlfriend (will post here asap). our plans are for touring later with it also. i love seeing MTBs being toured; done so throughout many countries. always ready for any beautiful, unbeaten track, or rough, "lonely" roads.

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    Great man !!
    Hope you go and tour with your girlfriend pretty soon !!, the magic of life is it to discover great evenings and great mornings in the lonely path !!
    Voodoo bizango will take you wherever you want !! just follow your dreams !!

    All the best !!

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    i got the new wheels, tires and handlebars.

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    Anyone know what size seat clamp goes on a Dambala frame? Thanks. Plus I wanted to bump the Voodoo thread.

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    Canzo 29er

    Felt like trying out some big wheeled squish... Very happy so far!

    I actually haven't gotten this bike out for a fun ride yet. The inaugural ride was an XC race the day after it was built... then an XC race two weeks later, then a big endurance training ride, then another race. Tomorrow, the true test: Vision Quest.

    I chose the Canzo over my Dos (which was about 6lbs lighter) due to less fatigue and it having a granny gear for the steep climbs and long day in the saddle. I think I'll like the last descent and the fire road out to the finish line a little more. But, the 1.8mi HAB up 2200ft is gonna be rough.







    Oh! I lied.. I did take it on one fun ride. No pics of me riding it, though

    Great bike, even though it is a tad too small for me.

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    Hopefully my Canzo 29er got ordered today. 08 with the longer TT and the new Monarch shock.

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    Eeh, mines ok, I guess.....
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    Great looking Canzo's
    Very nice setup!

    Keep em coming.
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    Wow, They really bastardized the SOBO!!

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    Here's the build (ordered most of the stuff yesterday):

    08 Voodoo Canzo 29er (08 has a new shock, longer TT, etc)
    Manitou Minute 100 29er Fork (T/A)
    CK Hubs/Wheelsmith Spokes and Nipples/Stans Arch Rims (T/A front)
    08 XT Brakes, FD, Cassette, Crankset and BB
    SRAM X0 Shifters and RD
    Thomson Elite Seatpost
    Easton Carbon Bars
    CK Headset
    Specialized Rival Ti rail seat

    Can't wait!

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    Here is my Dambala



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    Upgrades!!!

    BB7s, Ripcord Red, Oury's, King Headset, Salsa skewers and clamp (not in yet), White Brothers Fluid 110, Surley cog.


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    Nice colors!
    What cranks are those?
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    Good job! I got two...

    Here's my main ride, a 17" Dambala, rigid, singlespeed 32x18



    I also have a 17" HooDoo, setup with a SID 100 and a 1x9 drivetrain

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    my apologies for the extremely poor, rushed photo...





    The build is not complete, i just threw on some of my junky parts on so i could get it dirty over the weekend. i'm waiting on a set of reba WC (in white, they'll be hawt), alligator wind cutters (7"/6"), WCS controls (bar, stem, post), a selle italia SLR ti and some nice rennen drive train parts (freehub spacers, 18T rear cog to replace the 16T that is smashing my knees and a nice 32T ring).

    once all that is done i'll make the effort to clean it lovingly (it's already filthy) and then take some much nicer shots to do it justice...

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    cha_cha. couldnt see the pic.
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    Good job! I took mine to the races...

    At the 2008 TLBF SS XC race in Subic Bay

    Finished 3rd, behind 2 26er riders.

    I loved how the Dambala handled the tight, twisty singletrack. According to the photographer, quite a number of riders dabbed in this section. I just let the bike flow...
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    Two more VooDoos...

    Here are a few more VooDoos from over here...

    2006 VooDoo Sobo 15"
    This one had the full scandium frame, without the carbon seat stays...apologies for the crappy phone cam snap



    Original owner sold the frame to a shop mech/racer (so it's in good hands now), and upgraded to a Bizango, sized 17"


    I've got photos of another HooDoo and a Wanga at home. Will upload those as soon as...

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    Sweet build, you know it's a serious build when you throw on Eno cranks.

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    ... and if we just ... Working on it !!

    This is my Voodoo SOBO, with my new Brakes HOPE Mono Mini Pro, Carbon levers + Titanium Bolts !! SWEEEETTTT, the best !!, I left the espell in every mountain and road I pass !!
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    I just finished a Sobo myself. '08 Sid Race, Daves wheelset <1550gms, Xt drivetrain with 12-27 cassette. Under 21 lbs on a digital scale. 17" frame is exactly 1540gms, not 3lbs!
    No big deal as most bike manafoofoos have little white scales.

    As soon as I podium with the bike I figure its worth posting pics. For now I will say that it is a huge improvement over the Giant aluminum hardtail I was using and with 4 inches of front travel I can finally ride my loop as fast as I did 9 years ago on a tricked out Trek 9.8.
    I was a strong young 41 when I had the Trek. The Sobo is one fast ride!

    Today I rode it over 35 miles with > 5000 ft climbing and those carbon stays are a HUGE improvement in the comfort department. Won't be long till I post those pics. . .

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    My new Zaka
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    new wee bizango build



    just another voodoo vortex

    later, a straight pic or two
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    Here's my recently updated Voodoo D-Jab (17", 2007)




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    Nice!
    Very nice!
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    I agree,very nice!

    Here's my humble ride....



    I'll get some better outdoor shots later.

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    Its almost done. I still have to mount the F & R Der and install the chain then cable it up for a Shakedown/Brakedown run.



    2007 VooDoo Canzo 26

    Frame: 07 Voodoo Canzo 26
    Fork: 08 Marzocchi XC 600 TST2
    Shock: Rock Shox MC 3.3
    Headset: Chris King
    Handlebar: Kore CF Riser
    Stem: Kore Alloy 110
    Seatpost: Kore CF I-Beam
    Seat: Kore I-Beam
    Front & Rear Der: XT
    Shifter Pods: XT
    Brake Levers: XT
    Hubs: XT Disc 6 bolt
    Rims: Sun Rhyno Lite
    Skewers: Kore Alloy
    Crankset: XT
    Pedals: Shimano 747
    Brakes: Avid mech
    Rotors: Avid 160 mm
    Cassette: Shimano 8 speed
    Chain: Sram 8 speed
    Grips: Scott AT-4
    Front Tire: Michelin WildGripper Front S
    Rear Tire: Michelin WildGripper XL S
    Computer: Cateye Enduro 8
    Weight: tbd

    I will post a few more pics when its done
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    2009 Maji

    Hey Gang,

    Thought I would post a couple of photos of a new model we are considering for next year. It is actually an SS road bike, but for my commuter riding here in Flagstaff I wanted to try it with a bigger front tire and dirt drops. So I put an Agwe fork on with a WTB Vulpine 29" tire and Origin 8 dirt drops. I even used the new Stan's CX rim strips and made them tubeless! The O8 bars are sweet because they have a very shallow drop to them and a good flare to the side. Anyway, this won't be produced like this but thought you might like a look anyway... I'll post production photos when I rebuild it properly (after I get my new Agwe built up!).
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    Nice set up right there ^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpf22
    Here's my recently updated Voodoo D-Jab (17", 2007)



    What's the scoop on that fork? That a Sid with UTurn and Maxle???

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    What's the scoop on that fork? That a Sid with UTurn and Maxle???
    the markings are for sag measurement not U-turn and that is a standard QR. RS just beefed up the dropouts so it looks bigger.

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    Here is my new ride!

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    Nice Canzo bpstang!

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    bspstang whats up with the front brake cable routing
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    The pic is before I decided on my handle bar height.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bspstang
    The pic is before I decided on my handle bar height.
    i guess that explains the novelty stack height, too

    sweet build though, very nice.

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    bspstang: nice ride!!
    are those plastic pedals?

    2009 Maji! cool!
    any pannier rack mounts?
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    I broke my clip less ones on my first ride

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    here is my Voodoo Ogun. I have it setup as my heavy duty trail/FR bike.









    she has been a great bike so far, it rolls over whatever gets thrown in front of it.
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    blast from the past...

    I finaly found an old picture of my d-jab.



    I suppose its quite retro now.

    Syncros crank arms and ti- bb, syncros ti post, Marzocchi atom bomb (z2). I did lots of races on it, this race was a local one that i won.

    Loved that bike!

    I am thinking of building up a Zaka for racing but can`t find a norwegian distributer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    What's the scoop on that fork? That a Sid with UTurn and Maxle???

    It's the 2009 SID, 100mm travel.

    No U-turn, just markings on the stanchions to help out with the travel measurements/adjustments.

    No Maxle on this one, just standard quick releases.

    Great fork, had it for about 2 months. Easy to setup, plush and tracks the hits well.

    actual weight of 1477g (steered tube uncut) is pretty WW too.

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    Canzo is Ready to Ride

    I finished up the build last night










    Frame: 07 Voodoo Canzo 26
    Fork: 08 Marzocchi XC 600 TST2
    Shock: Rock Shox MC 3.3
    Headset: Chris King
    Handlebar: Kore CF Riser
    Stem: Kore Alloy 110
    Seatpost: Kore CF I-Beam
    Seat: Kore I-Beam
    Front & Rear Der: XT
    Shifter Pods: XT
    Brake Levers: XT
    Hubs: XT Disc 6 bolt
    Rims: Sun Rhyno Lite
    Skewers: Kore Alloy
    Crankset: XT
    Pedals: Shimano 747
    Brakes: Avid mech
    Rotors: Avid 160 mm
    Cassette: Shimano 8 speed
    Chain: Sram 8 speed
    Grips: Scott AT-4
    Front Tire: Michelin WildGripper Front S
    Rear Tire: Michelin WildGripper XL S
    Computer: Cateye HB-100
    Weight: 29 lbs
    Cost $1400
    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Beautiful Voodoos all around!

    I thought I'd share my own humble Wanga




    Wanga size 17
    Fox Van R 100mm
    XTR/XT drivetrain
    Deore cranks
    XTR pedals
    Deore hydros
    Raceface/Easton/WTB cockpit
    Ringle hubs, Wheelsmith spokes, Sun Mach IV rims
    Kenda Bluegroove stick-E 1.95 and Nevegal 2.1 rubber

    In action


    I had some custom dropout bolt plates made out of steel since I've deformed the stock aluminum ones. Sliding dropouts havent budged. Also using a Delta axlerods rear skewer.

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    i have a voodoo ogun. ill post some pics once i take some.

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    My '96 Hoodoo in all its glory. Old Marzocchi Bam Z2 fork w/ dust boots... toe clips... the whole nine yards. I just recently began riding again after a few year hiatus and I love this bike!

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    Need v brake adapters

    Have Dambala under construction. Need v-brake posts for rear. If anyone is willing to part with theirs, PM me. Thanks

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    I have an old bokor that I still ride. I have to take some pictures this weekend and post them. There are some great looking rides here...awesome thread.

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    I put the finishing touches on this weekend

    new wheelset - XT disc hubs Rhyno Lite rims Windcutter Ti coated 160mm rotors and Michelin tires



    and the commuter setup - XT disc hubs Rhyno Lite rims Avid 160mm rotors and Innova Swiftor tires

    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Here's my Bokor. Its an older one, back when they were still made in the states. I love this bike. I plan on keeping it as long as she'll hold out.

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    Rock Shox Judy SL
    XTR/XT drivetrain
    LX cranks
    XT Brakes w/ Cool Stop pads
    Kore Stem/Easton Handle bars/SDG Ti Seat w/ Thompson Post
    White Industry hubs, Swiss spokes, Mavic rims
    Panaracer Fire XC Pro 2.1 tires

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    Love my Voodoo Canzo 29er

    Here's the build will post soon:
    FRAME 2008 Canzo 29 Swamp Green Medium
    SHOCK Rock Shox Monarch 4.2 with a nice skull head for the shrader valve
    FORK Fox F29 RLC 08
    BOT. BRACKET Shimano XTR 2008
    CRANKS Shimano XTR 2008
    CHAINRINGS Shimano XTR 2008
    PEDALS Time Atac Carbon XS
    FRONT DER Shimano XTR 2008
    CHAIN KMC Gold
    REAR DER Shimano XTR 2008
    COGSET Shimano XT
    HUBS Tune King Kong Green
    SPOKES CN Spokes Black
    RIMS DT Swiss X470
    NIPPLES DT Swiss Green
    SKEWERS Salsa Ti Green
    TUBES Kenda Super Light 29
    TIRES Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 29
    BRAKES Avid Juicy Seven with Ti Bolts 160 mm front and rear
    BRAKE CABLES Goodridge green color
    BRAKE LEVERS white Straitline Levers
    SEATPOST Control Tech 31.6
    SADDLE White Fizik GOBI XM
    HEADSET Green Chris King
    STEM White Control Tech 100 mm
    HANDLEBARS Easton Carbon Monkey Lite
    SHIFTERS XT
    SHIFTER CABLES White Jagwire
    GRIPS White Ruffian ODI with white Straitline Bar End Plugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper
    Frame geometry made for 100mm suspension fork in ' 94 was quite visionary, wasn't it?


    You don't honestly believe that your Voodoo was designed to accommodate a 100mm fork do you. I mean seriously, in 1994 the longest travel fork was 60, maybe 70mm with an A2C of perhaps 430mm at most. Any 100mm fork is going to have what, like 40 or 50mm longer A2C, meaning your going to change the geometry by a couple of degrees if you go one way or the other. It may work out alright for you and the way you ride, but I really doubt your bike was intentionally designed in 1994 to use a 100mm fork.
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    Yes I am!

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    D'Jab

    I'm planning on getting a D'Jab....what a beautiful frame.
    There are 2 options on the D'Jab. A sliding dropout and a std vertical dropout. The sliding dropout looks very finicky and with all the plates and such it concerns me.
    I dont know if i will ever go the way of single speed but its always nice to have that option. The SS bug might bite me one day, we never know.
    But if its gonna give me trouble, then I rather go with the std dropouts.

    My concern is how strong are the sliding dropouts? Will I face issues of the dropouts moving out of position if i do drops and such? afterall the new frame is designed for forks up to 130mm and therefore its going to be pushed on the trails. I'm sure JM has done his homework but i would like to get feedback from users.

    Thanks.

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    If you have doubts about sliding dropouts then forget it. If the SS bug gets you, then you can always buy an ENO hub. Granted not the cheapest solution but buying a frameset design that you're not sure about could be even more expensive. That being said I love my Bizango riding that orange piece of steel since 1995!

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    Fellow VooDoo riders!

    If you want to see more tricked out VooDoos, check out this website:

    http://mynextbike.multiply.com/photos/album/1

    We're the Philippine distributor of VooDoo, and so far we've had quite a number of happy riders!

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    Love My Canzo 29er. Gotta it before summer and it's been great. Rides as well as some more expensive bikes I've owned. Here's the build:
    Fork: Manitou Minute 29er 120mm
    Drivetrain: All XT except for LX cassette
    Wheels: Velocity VXC
    Handlebar: LP Carbon 1" rise
    Seatpost: Bontrager XXX Lite carbon
    Saddle: WTB Rocket V
    Tires: Panaracer Rampage 2.35, sometimes I'll swap out the rear for Kenda Karma 1.9
    Pedals: Crank Bros Egg Beaters C
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandora's Box
    I'm planning on getting a D'Jab....what a beautiful frame.
    There are 2 options on the D'Jab. A sliding dropout and a std vertical dropout. The sliding dropout looks very finicky and with all the plates and such it concerns me.
    I dont know if i will ever go the way of single speed but its always nice to have that option. The SS bug might bite me one day, we never know.
    But if its gonna give me trouble, then I rather go with the std dropouts.

    My concern is how strong are the sliding dropouts? Will I face issues of the dropouts moving out of position if i do drops and such? afterall the new frame is designed for forks up to 130mm and therefore its going to be pushed on the trails. I'm sure JM has done his homework but i would like to get feedback from users.

    Thanks.
    Acording to Voodoo cycles the north american market only gets the sliding drop out frame. Where as the European market gets the standard dropout. I emailed to ask them how I could acquire one.

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    hey fellow voodoo owners

    I love my ogun. ill get some pics on here soon
    nice to see so many beautiful bikes all in 1 thread
    GUCK FAS!!! ride a bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandora's Box
    I'm planning on getting a D'Jab....what a beautiful frame.
    There are 2 options on the D'Jab. A sliding dropout and a std vertical dropout. The sliding dropout looks very finicky and with all the plates and such it concerns me.
    I dont know if i will ever go the way of single speed but its always nice to have that option. The SS bug might bite me one day, we never know.
    But if its gonna give me trouble, then I rather go with the std dropouts.

    My concern is how strong are the sliding dropouts? Will I face issues of the dropouts moving out of position if i do drops and such? afterall the new frame is designed for forks up to 130mm and therefore its going to be pushed on the trails. I'm sure JM has done his homework but i would like to get feedback from users.

    Thanks.
    I don't know if this would be useful, but I got an email from John@voodoo saying that even a 140mm Fox Van RLC wouldn't be a problem for the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tainted
    I don't know if this would be useful, but I got an email from John@voodoo saying that even a 140mm Fox Van RLC wouldn't be a problem for the frame.
    That's interesting. Anybody who has a 140mm fork on their D'Jab-'08 care to pitch in?

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    2007 Dambala, On One cf fork, Avid BB7 203/160 fr/rr

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    Hi, here´s my new Voodoo Sobo. There are still many things to update...but here are some pics. Hope you like them!
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    10 year anniversary

    Here's my 1998 Djab. Been my main ride all this time. GREAT bike, but I think it's time to dismantle it and put the frame aside. I just posted about it in passion: Goodbye to an old (metal) friend.

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    The power of Voodoo!!!

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    Here's a customer's Aizan...along with bikes of other members from our VooDoo cult...

    Highlights include:
    RST M-29 fork (100mm) in pearl white
    Kenda Small Block 8 tires
    WTB Laser Disc Lite hubs
    Salsa rims and cockpit
    SRAM X-0 & X-9 combination
    WTB Rocket V (white with Ti rails)

    Looks fast just standing still!

    Build weight was sub-25lbs

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    mean green Canzo 29!

    Build highlights include:
    Fox F29 100mm fork
    Shimano XTR Crankset and BB
    KCNC 91 Gold chain
    Time Atac Carbon XS pedals
    Tune King & Kong hubs (in green)
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.2 tires
    Dirty Dog rotors
    Goodridge brakelines
    Straitline Brake Levers
    Control Tech cockpit
    Chris King Headset (green)


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    geared Wanga

    <a href="http://mynextbike.multiply.com/photos/album/1/Built_up_rides#20"><img border="0" src="http://images.mynextbike.multiply.com/image/6/photos/1/500x500/20/cobys-wanga.jpg?et=c4mbY1cz%2CnnmxxbeRw4tIg&nmid=8448796 6"></a>

    Fox Van R 100mm
    XTR/XT drivetrain
    Deore cranks
    XTR pedals
    Deore hydros
    Raceface/Easton/WTB cockpit
    Ringle hubs, Wheelsmith spokes, Sun Mach IV rims
    Kenda Bluegroove stick-E 1.95 and Nevegal 2.1 rubber

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    <a href="http://mynextbike.multiply.com/photos/album/1/Built_up_rides#13"><img border="0" src="http://images.mynextbike.multiply.com/image/13/photos/1/500x500/13/pimpbala-1.jpg?et=M98omr6nVY%2B8LEH2vSYFuA&nmid=84487966"></a>

    manitou minute 100mm fork
    chris king philippine rasta colors
    ritchey wcs stem
    niner flat bar
    oury grips
    easton carbon composite seat post
    rocket v ti seats
    xt brakes
    xt drive train 32t
    kmc ss chain
    chris king rear cog 18t
    i nine ss built wheel set with stans ztr rims custom painted
    kenda nevegal 2.1 front tire
    kenda karma 2,1 rear tire

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    Dingle'd Wanga

    Alpha Q carbon riser
    RF Deus XC stem
    CK red headset
    WB XC.8 fork
    Thomson seatpost
    Selle Italia SLR saddle
    XT cranks (32 and 36T chainrings)
    959 SPD
    Bontrager Race Lite Ceramic wheelset
    XTR V's with Single Digit levers
    Kenda Karma and Schwalbe Fat Alberts (IIRC)
    CK Stainless 16T cog and Surly 20T cog.

    Total weight is a shade over 22lbs!

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    Here's another one, it's Wangtastic!
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    My Dambala

    Just finished my Dambala build:

    (Sorry for the cell phone pic)

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    weight?

    Quote Originally Posted by agu
    <a href="http://mynextbike.multiply.com/photos/album/1/Built_up_rides#13"><img border="0" src="http://images.mynextbike.multiply.com/image/13/photos/1/500x500/13/pimpbala-1.jpg?et=M98omr6nVY%2B8LEH2vSYFuA&nmid=84487966"></a>

    manitou minute 100mm fork
    chris king philippine rasta colors
    ritchey wcs stem
    niner flat bar
    oury grips
    easton carbon composite seat post
    rocket v ti seats
    xt brakes
    xt drive train 32t
    kmc ss chain
    chris king rear cog 18t
    i nine ss built wheel set with stans ztr rims custom painted
    kenda nevegal 2.1 front tire
    kenda karma 2,1 rear tire
    Hey agu, what is the weight of the Dambala with this build? My 19" frame is in the 25 lb range and I'm always curious about what others come in at. Mine is build up as a single speed, carbon fork, Avid mechanical discs, stock wheels & tires but converted tubeless. I've got some lighter tires to put on but I'm waiting until next spring to mount them.

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    Another Wanga joins the party.....

    Never too may Wangas.
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    Hi!

    According to my friend this build comes in at 24.5lbs.

    I'll be slapping on an ex-Niner OEM Reba SL 29 on my Damabala tonight and will weight it. I expect it to be around 25lbs or so.

    Quote Originally Posted by ewarnerusa
    Hey agu, what is the weight of the Dambala with this build? My 19" frame is in the 25 lb range and I'm always curious about what others come in at. Mine is build up as a single speed, carbon fork, Avid mechanical discs, stock wheels & tires but converted tubeless. I've got some lighter tires to put on but I'm waiting until next spring to mount them.

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    Hello, this is my first message. These are my two bicycles, a Voodoo Bizango and Voodoo Sobo.

    I like the bicycles designed for Joe Murray.










    Here a link of spanish fans. http://www.foromtb.com/showthread.php?t=328243

    Bye.

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    Nice bikes! I like the white bizango. Is the 853 compliant or on the stiff side?

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    here's the latest incarnation of my VooDoo Dambala. After 'redesigning' the front-end geometry of my old frame, I replaced it with another and slapped on a RS Reba SL UT and a Syntace Vector Low Riser bar.

    lots of nice rides here - I especially like the white Bizango. In fact, I may be repainting my Dambala soon!

    now updated wih a Salsa Moto Ace flat bar and Salsa Delgado Race rims...

    Last edited by agu; 11-15-2008 at 09:10 PM.

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