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    Help me spec my Mojo please.

    Hello there everybody,

    I have finally decided to stop posting my weekly 'what endurance bike' thread and have opted to start a 'help me build my Mojo' thread. Although probably not the most suitable or light bike for endurance racing a review in Australian Mountain Biking has pushed me towards buying a Mojo that coupled with its awesome looks and versitility. I am based in the UK and there is only 1 place that sells the Mojo( Stif bikes). As a result the prices seem a bit higher than over in the Good Ol' US of A. For 3299 (converts to $6466) I get seemingly poor componentry at a stupidly high price and a bike that weighs in at 29lbs in a large. Here is the componentry:


    Fork - Rockshox Pike 454 U-Turn
    Disc Brakes - Hope Mono M4
    Wheels - Hope Pro2 hubs on DT 4.2 rims
    QR - WTB
    Tyres - WTB Weirwolf 2.1
    Tubes - WTB Preta
    Seatpost - Thomson Elite
    Saddle - WTB Rocket V Race Cro-mo
    Stem - Thomson Elite
    Bar - Race Face Next Riser
    Grips - WTB Weirwolf
    Headset - Cane Creek IS2


    Looking to build up an endurance/XC biased bike what parts of this build would you change first? I wonder whether I could import one from the US? Would I still get warranty coverage? Are there any UK Mojo riders who bought their Mojos from abroad?

    All feedback is much appreciated.

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    Hi Vintage!

    Are you sure that you cannot order via French importer www.rspimport.com The price of frame is much reasonable

    Greets MPI .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPI
    Hi Vintage!

    Are you sure that you cannot order via French importer www.rspimport.com The price of frame is much reasonable

    Greets MPI .
    Quote form RspShop:

    We could send frame all around the world
    but only if their is no distributor in your country


    So it is not possible..

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    Ok! Sorry my mistake!

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I checked it out and it would be about 1000 cheaper to buy the equivalent bike with them than it would be at Stif bikes. How ridiculous is that. I might consider going over there to buy it and post it back. It would still be much cheaper.

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