• 06-15-2010
    Maverick1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PeterG
    ... two years old, but with some custom modifications. Have you noticed the difference?
    Yellowish wheels on the picture are only the second pair, so please no comments on that ;)

    Just curious, who makes those gold rims?
    Looks really good on an all black Mojo.
  • 06-17-2010
    mitja
    Those rims are Mavic XC317 from app 2001-2002, they are in fact citron-greenish/gold colour. I use them as a second pair of wheels on my Lefty build Jekyll and Mojo. Still going strong (xc riding) after all this years.
  • 06-23-2010
    PeterG
    Right, Mavic X317 disc, called citron-yellow (yellow-greenish-gold anodized)...

    ... but real difference is in custom cable routing ;) :D
  • 06-24-2010
    jon6fountain
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    My Mojo SL w/ XX & 2011 Fox
    So, the 2011 Fox Float RLC Fit 15mm just came in yesterday from Fox which was the final piece to my Mojo SL. I think it all turned out well, as every component was carefully thoughtout. As pictured it weighs in at 23lbs 15oz.
  • 06-24-2010
    BunnV
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jon6fountain
    I think it all turned out well

    Yes it did. Super nice. :thumbsup:
  • 06-25-2010
    adumesny
    Whoa, 24lbs that's very good. My regular XL Mojo comes at 28lbs even though I have XTR hubs/ XTR 180mm rotors/XTR derailers/XTR shifters, Noir carbon cranks (lighter than XTR) with 2 rings+carbon bash, Magura marta SL brakes, carbon light DH bar, fitzik seat post, thomson elit post and stem, egg beatters (regular) clip. damm... don't know where I could loose 4lbs. Ok fork is Revelation 150 uturn maxle (4.1lb with axel) and 819 mavic rims (likely heavier) with 2.35 El Moco F, and 2.1 cross mark R running tubeless.... still, that a big difference.
  • 06-25-2010
    mtb143
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by adumesny
    Whoa, 24lbs that's very good. My regular XL Mojo comes at 28lbs even though I have XTR hubs/ XTR 180mm rotors/XTR derailers/XTR shifters, Noir carbon cranks (lighter than XTR) with 2 rings+carbon bash, Magura marta SL brakes, carbon light DH bar, fitzik seat post, thomson elit post and stem, egg beatters (regular) clip. damm... don't know where I could loose 4lbs. Ok fork is Revelation 150 uturn maxle (4.1lb with axel) and 819 mavic rims (likely heavier) with 2.35 El Moco F, and 2.1 cross mark R running tubeless.... still, that a big difference.

    Big weight difference in your tires. You could inflate them with helium though, to compensate.
  • 06-25-2010
    doismellbacon
    Wow, sub 24# with real wheels, grips, seat, etc.... that XX must be as light as they say.... the tires and pedals wouldn't last a week on the local loose rock, over sharp rock, over rock ledges though.:nono:
    Super sweet build...enjoy it!
  • 06-27-2010
    tobo
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    that's mine :)

    http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/5249152

    http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/5249169

    9,7 kilos, 21,3 lbs

    still can be done something on it :)
  • 06-30-2010
    Alex65
    What cranks? can you tell me how you mounted the whole bike?
  • 06-30-2010
    tobo
    I don't understand your second question? how? :) What do you mean?
    The first question: aerozine sl.
  • 06-30-2010
    clewttu
    probably a translation error, i think hes asking for your build spec
  • 06-30-2010
    tobo
    ibis sl frame L
    fork - manitou minute mrd abs 09
    rear shock - cane creek cloud nine
    wheels - ztr alpine/tune king/kong/sapim cx ray
    tires - schwalbe rocket ron evo
    tubes - schwalbe ultralight
    brakes - formula r1 brakes/discs
    stem - extralite the stem 100 mm
    handlebar - ritchey superlogic low riser
    headset - cane creek is 110 integrated
    shifters - sram rocket
    seatpost - kcnc ti pro lite
    saddle - bontrager rxl
    der - shimano xtr shadow/xtr
    cassette - recon ti 11/34
    chain - shim xtr
    pedals - exustar ep-m 28 ti
    crank - aerozine sl
    bb - shimano xt
    chainwheels - extralite octaramp 44/32 aerozine 22
    jagwire cables and wires
    spacers - woodman/ibis
    top cap - cane creek
    grips - foam/no name
  • 06-30-2010
    Alex65
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by tobo
    I don't understand your second question? how? :) What do you mean?
    The first question: aerozine sl.

    Sorry for my bad English :D ; I wanted to know what other pieces you have installed on your bike to get to that weight.
  • 07-01-2010
    The Voyeur
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by caravan2001
    Thanks-- I just got back from my first ride and I am glad I got the Large-- The bike fits perfectly....Can't believe how well this thing tracks and climbs, not to mention how fast it goes down hill! So awesome.....Here's a pic from after the inaugural ride...We're having sunny 50's here in Portland, which is unheard of for February- woohoo!

    Mine is going to look very similar, a lower kit but same links and stuff.
    Maybe we can ride together and be the two amigos?
    If only there was a third person with a matte clear SL...
    :)
  • 07-03-2010
    Zachariah
    Is the Mojo SL frame lighter than the 2010 Giant Anthem X SL?
  • 07-04-2010
    Black RONIN
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Zachariah
    Is the Mojo SL frame lighter than the 2010 Giant Anthem X SL?

    Well, it depends. How much does an Anthem X SL frame weigh? My 2010 medium white Mojo SL frame with a RP23 shock weighs even 2450g. Hope it helps.
  • 07-04-2010
    Zachariah
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Black RONIN
    Well, it depends. How much does an Anthem X SL frame weigh? My 2010 medium white Mojo SL frame with a RP23 shock weighs even 2450g. Hope it helps.

    That would be heavier. A Giant Anthem X SL is around 2120g in medium.
  • 07-04-2010
    noshortcuts
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Black RONIN
    Well, it depends. How much does an Anthem X SL frame weigh? My 2010 medium white Mojo SL frame with a RP23 shock weighs even 2450g. Hope it helps.

    I've seen Med. through XL Mojo SL's weighing in the 2200s. Maybe they are naked and yours painted?
  • 07-05-2010
    Alex65
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by tobo
    ibis sl frame L
    fork - manitou minute mrd abs 09
    rear shock - cane creek cloud nine
    wheels - ztr alpine/tune king/kong/sapim cx ray
    tires - schwalbe rocket ron evo
    tubes - schwalbe ultralight
    brakes - formula r1 brakes/discs
    stem - extralite the stem 100 mm
    handlebar - ritchey superlogic low riser
    headset - cane creek is 110 integrated
    shifters - sram rocket
    seatpost - kcnc ti pro lite
    saddle - bontrager rxl
    der - shimano xtr shadow/xtr
    cassette - recon ti 11/34
    chain - shim xtr
    pedals - exustar ep-m 28 ti
    crank - aerozine sl
    bb - shimano xt
    chainwheels - extralite octaramp 44/32 aerozine 22
    jagwire cables and wires
    spacers - woodman/ibis
    top cap - cane creek
    grips - foam/no name

    Ah, now I understand how you managed to make a bike so light, congratulations!:thumbsup:
  • 07-05-2010
    Alex65
    I also weighed the frame M, white, with fox RP23 to about 2480 grams, but can not remember if there was also the seat binder :???:
  • 07-06-2010
    PeterG
    My matt clear large Mojo SL frame is exactly 2352g incl. Fox RP23 and Ibis bolt on seat clamp (standard links, no newer Lopes one).
  • 07-06-2010
    Black RONIN
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by noshortcuts
    I've seen Med. through XL Mojo SL's weighing in the 2200s. Maybe they are naked and yours painted?

    Yes, probably. Paint coat can add a half pound over the mate finish. Guess the Lopes link can add some weight too.
  • 07-08-2010
    keithmatthew
  • 07-14-2010
    DKY
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    I thought I would share my new ride that I just put into service today. I retired my ETSX 70 and after much deliberation and test riding of many frames I have decided on the MOJO SL in white. I have included my components spec as well as some pictures.

    Component spec is

    Bike = MOJO SL (Large) 2010
    Front Shock = 2011 FOX Talas 150
    Cane Creek Head set
    Rear Shock = RP23 BV
    Shifters = 2010 XTR
    Cables = XTR
    Brakes = Formula ORO K24
    Disks = 2010 XT
    Wheels = 2010 Mavic CrossMax ST
    Cranks = 2010 XTR
    BB = 2010 XTR
    Pedals = 2010 CB Candy SL
    Stem = Easton EA90
    Bars = Easton Monkey LiIte SL
    FD = 2010 XTR
    RD = 2007 XTR
    Cassette = 2010 12-34 XTR
    Seat post = Thompson elite
    Seat = WTB Carbon Devo
    grips = ODI
    Chain = Sachs hollow pin PC-991

    I did my first ride tonight and after a few adjustments to the drive train and some fiddling with the shock pressure I am ready to head out to the mountains. The bike feels great, climbs excellent and goes down hill much better than my ETSX ever did. This bike is going to get me into trouble I mean serious fun.