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    Just joined the party!

    I just placed an order for a new Mojo HD 140 in nude carbon!
    Adding some parts from my old bike but here are the basics:

    Fox Talas 150 fork, RP23 shock
    XTR/XT 2x10
    Raceface crank
    Hope M4 brakes
    Hope hubs, Mavic 819 rims, Maxxis tubeless

    Pics up next week when it arrives!

    Patrick

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    welcome!
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    Welcome! I joined a month ago with my 160 and I love the bike. Expensive but I don't regret it one bit. I forgot what it was like to have a well balanced bike and its easier to manual on. I've had a ton of fun on it and its only getting better...the DBAir comes in tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash Dummy View Post
    Welcome! I joined a month ago with my 160 and I love the bike. Expensive but I don't regret it one bit. I forgot what it was like to have a well balanced bike and its easier to manual on. I've had a ton of fun on it and its only getting better...the DBAir comes in tomorrow
    That will be my first upgrade when they are in stock, the DBair (the correct length for 140 is backordered)

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    Congrats, mines on order, still waiting!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat656 View Post
    That will be my first upgrade when they are in stock, the DBair (the correct length for 140 is backordered)
    May I ask why you are chaging so quickly to the DB? My LBS says the Fox forks are out of stock, and to cut a loong story short....I may order Bos Deville and the rear shock to match?

    Everyone here seems to not like the RP23?

    Sorry to hijack thread.

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    I've just heard its a great shock and I'm just one to tinker and adjust, I have nothing against fox and will probably keep the rp23 as a good backup

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    I think I'll be keeping my RP23 as a backup when my DBAir is out for service or if I have a problem with it. Other than that I blow through the travel on my RP23 even though the sag is correct. I was told by Ibis the RP23 works better with a 160 fork vs my 180 Float. I need a shock more towards aggressive AM/FR/and DH. Its a good shock but just doesn't measure up for my needs.
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    Here is my newest build, came from an old Giant Trance:

    Mojo HD 140 large
    Fox Talas 150-120 FIT RLC fork
    Fox RP23 shock
    Cane Creek 40 series headset
    Hope Pro 2 EVO hubs
    Mavic 819 rims, DT Swiss supercomp spokes
    Maxxis 2.35 Highroller and Ignitor
    Hope Tech M4 brakes, Alligator 180 rotos
    Jagwire HyFlow brake lines
    Hope Ceramic BB
    Raceface Diabolus 24/36 crank
    XTR Shadow plus rear derailleur
    XT front derailleur
    XTR shifters
    KMC chain
    Jagwire Ripcord derailleur housings
    Thomson seatpost
    Selle Italia SL XC saddle
    Easton Havoc Stem
    Easton Haven handlebars
    ESI grips









    Patrick

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    Looks good!

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