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    Chain Slap Help Mojo HD!

    Hello!

    I'm getting a lot of chain slap and was wondering what everyone was doing to get rid of it. Its starting to really annoy me right now.

    Would a chain guide help or maybe shortening my chain?

    Thank!
    Last edited by mantid83; 07-07-2013 at 07:05 PM.

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    Chain Slap Help Mojo HD!

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    Re: Chain Slap Help Mojo HD!

    I use this and works very well. The weight is only 18 grams.



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    1 - Correct chain length, simple, but few people take the time to set this correctly.
    2 - Shadow Plus or Type 2 Drlr
    3 - Use a guide. Note: a guide with chain that is too long won't give you relief.

    my .02

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    Where did you get that from and how much?

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    The cguide is pretty good. $40.
    Google will tell you where to get one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    The cguide is pretty good. $40.
    Google will tell you where to get one.

    +1 on the cguide, works great!

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    Chain Slap Help Mojo HD!

    Do you guys find the c-guide makes it a lot quieter? Mine doesn't seem to make a big difference - have the chain as short as I think I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossp View Post
    Do you guys find the c-guide makes it a lot quieter? Mine doesn't seem to make a big difference - have the chain as short as I think I can.
    I had written a ton, but the ****ing forum "Reply to button" drew my attention (and mouse) instead of the "Post Quick Reply" button, so all my work is lost.

    Long story short, noise is likely coming from your front derailleur.
    See this thread, port 220 and the next few after that.
    Hey Ibis/MRP How About a Dual Ring Chain Guide for the Mojo and Mojo HD?
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    ...People thought they were getting a good fork because it was a "fox".

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    I had written a ton, but the ****ing forum "Reply to button" drew my attention (and mouse) instead of the "Post Quick Reply" button, so all my work is lost.


    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    Long story short, noise is likely coming from your front derailleur.
    See this thread, port 220 and the next few after that.
    Hey Ibis/MRP How About a Dual Ring Chain Guide for the Mojo and Mojo HD?
    I think you could be right - hadn't really thought about it too much but now I read that thread it could be the case....will investigate with a few chunks of rubber...

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    Yeah, my Trek Superfly 100 Pro has the same one-bolt, direct-mount FD. Try shimming the FD out by 2mm, using a small washer behind the mounting hole.
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    1x10 with an XX1 crank and a Type 2 Rear der makes it silent in all but the most rough high speed trails. Still no drops even there. With the Ibis sock chain stay guard I still don't hear any chain slap but I can feel it move - not in an annoying way. It's more of, "oh, hey I guess this is moving my chain around."
    Last edited by sdemars; 07-09-2013 at 03:18 PM.

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    get rid of fd, get clutch rd, and narrow wide chain ring. simple setup, quiet too.
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    The c guide works great
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