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    @FXRob- Nice build. What MRP chain guide and bash guard is that? How does it perform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smdrenner View Post
    @FXRob- Nice build. What MRP chain guide and bash guard is that? How does it perform?
    It is a Blackspire Stinger guide, works well and it's cheap ($25). I've used this on a few of my bikes and also have one on my 5 Spot and I've been very happy with them.

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    ibis hd nc

    finally got it. thanks to jimi and The Hub shop in brevard for getting it dialed. very very happy so far. between the chain guide and xtr derailleur, it is so strange to be so quiet while bombing something technical. it is almost zen-like, what with the way the chain used to slap all around and whatnot. just now learning the geometry and getting a feel for the way it rides compared to my old bike. it is truly a special machine, art even!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FXRob View Post
    Picked up my large matte black HD yesterday, will be building it up in the next day or two. My large weighed in at 6.79lbs w/o maxle. Here is a pic!
    6.8 lbs, really?
    Is this a common weight for the large frame?

    Thinking of switching my 3 season old Aluminum Nomad 2 for this frame, but now I'm not sure. My nomad with the monarch weighed 6.9lbs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hosercom View Post
    finally got it. thanks to jimi and The Hub shop in brevard for getting it dialed. very very happy so far. between the chain guide and xtr derailleur, it is so strange to be so quiet while bombing something technical. it is almost zen-like, what with the way the chain used to slap all around and whatnot. just now learning the geometry and getting a feel for the way it rides compared to my old bike. it is truly a special machine, art even!
    Ill get my new HD on friday! I, too, am a Pisgah rider. I ordered the sram x9 3x10 but am thinking about buying a chain guide and dropping the third ring. Personally, I need a granny gear in Pisgah, especially for the long steep climbs and 5+ hours rides. How do you like the 2X10 for Pisgah riding? (And, for that matter, how do you like the HD 160 for Pisgah? It's a longer travel bike than most folks are riding, i think....)

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    My new HD build. Bike is awesome and has surpassed every expectation. Fox fork, not so much. Thinking about going Marz 55.







    Build is 27.8 lbs as it sits with pedals.

    HD Size Lg
    Fox Float 36
    RS Reverb
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    Quote Originally Posted by circlesuponcircles View Post
    Ill get my new HD on friday! I, too, am a Pisgah rider. I ordered the sram x9 3x10 but am thinking about buying a chain guide and dropping the third ring. Personally, I need a granny gear in Pisgah, especially for the long steep climbs and 5+ hours rides. How do you like the 2X10 for Pisgah riding? (And, for that matter, how do you like the HD 160 for Pisgah? It's a longer travel bike than most folks are riding, i think....)
    So far so good. I put a talas on there so i could dial i down for our big climbs. Verdict is still out on fork but 160 is very nicE for the pisgah gnarl. Cleaned upper spencer with ease. The 2x10 is stellAr! The 36 tooth rear is a huge granny. I feel i have more granny than i used to. Jimi at hub talked me into it and im glad. The chainguide makes crazy whirring noises but keeps that chain taut. I really really like it. I see what the buzz is about for trail riding. Talk to the hub dudes. Theyll set you straight. You are gonna be stoked!

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    I finally swapped out my 140 links for 160 links and popped an Elka on the back. Didn't like the 160/160 geo so I bumped the Lyrik up to 170 and it feels spot-on! This is in anticipation of the Dark Hollow Super D this weekend in Brian Head (gnarly 20 minute rock garden course), and should be perfect for Moab season coming up. I'll switch it back to 140/160 mode for normal Northern Utah riding though.

    Really cool how versatile this bike is!

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    go with the marz 55. i have one on my hd and it is buttery smooth. nothing feels like a marz

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    Here she is in all her wonderous , seductive glory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    Here she is in all her wonderous , seductive glory.
    very nice, she needs to get outside and play

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    Nice build

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    Thanks guys were headed out to play right now ,I'll let you know how she rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    Here she is in all her wonderous , seductive glory.
    tell us more about the MRP 2x guide,
    plenty of jorno info, Spy Shot: MRP 2X Guide - Features - Vital MTB , etc, but what's it like?
    thinking of going 2x on my 'other' bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torwood View Post
    tell us more about the MRP 2x guide,
    plenty of jorno info, Spy Shot: MRP 2X Guide - Features - Vital MTB , etc, but what's it like?
    thinking of going 2x on my 'other' bike
    Well I am in love,it was worth the long wait. The mrp 2x guide works flawless, shifting between the 2 chain rings was smooth and swift it catches the two mini guides with no hang ups, well worth it, its awesome and in conjunction with the xtr plus rear d what more could a proud father ask for.The only issues I had was the chain rings up front are 26-38 and I need to step the smaller one down to a 24 because im not a strong enough peddler, other than that this bike is pretty amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    . The mrp 2x guide works flawless.... shifting between the 2 chain rings was smooth and swift it catches the two mini guides with no hang ups.......

    so, is there going to be an Ibis specific version like the other MRP guides?

    anyone anyone, Bueller , Bueller.....

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    Great build; how do you like the tire combo? Considering the same myself.

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    So two of you have both the shadow plus and a 2x chain guide. Do you think both are necessary? I am waiting for my hd and am switching over to xtr in hopes I won't also need a chain guide with the shadow plus. There was someone here who said the were using the shadow plus and have not had any chain drops

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    Finally, my hd arrived

    Build Kit: XT-2012
    after 3 1/2 months !!!
    FINALLY, MY HD ARRIVED !!

    Fork Fox 2012 Float 36 RLC w/Genuine Kashima Coat, Tapered Steerer 160 travel Black
    Shock 2012 Fox Float RP23 w/Geniune Kashima Coat and Adaptive Logic
    Wheels Ibis/Stan's Wheels with Stan's Flow Rims, Ibis Hubs (20mm through axle front/12 x 142mm through rear)
    Tires WTB Mutano Race 2.4"
    Brakes Formula TheOneFR, 203mm Front Rotor, 180mm Rear Rotor
    Cranks Shimano FC-M780, DEORE XT 175MM 42X32X24
    Rear Derailleur Shimano RD-M780, DEORE XT SGS 10-Speed Top-Normal, Low Profile
    Front Derailleur Shimano FD-M781, DEORE XT 34.9 Band Clamp Down-Swing Dual-Pull
    Shift Levers Shimano SL-M780 DEORE XT
    Cassette Shimano CS-M771-10 DEORE XT 11-13-15-17-19-21-24-28-32-36T
    Headset Cane Creek 40.ZS44 1 1/8" Zerostack (Top) and EC49 1.5" Traditional (Bottom)
    Handlebar Ibis DH Bar 31.8 AL-7075 T6 4 x 9 deg bend 710 mm wide 270g
    Stem Ibis 3D Forged 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 (70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130) 120g
    Seatpost Ibis 7075 3D forged, 31.6 x 350
    Saddle WTB Rocket-V
    Pedals CrankBrothers Eggbrater 3
    Chain CN-HG74 (SLX 10 Speed)
    29.20 Lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by FXRob View Post
    It is a Blackspire Stinger guide, works well and it's cheap ($25). I've used this on a few of my bikes and also have one on my 5 Spot and I've been very happy with them.
    I want to use a stinger on my new HD as well but I've had two different bike mechanics tell me it wont work with the bike, whats the issue other than hitting it with a log over etc..
    is there a specific chain ring set up ? I am using 2 rings at the moment.

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    My XL Vit. P just arrived with updated frame.

    Came in at 31.25lbs
    Ibis X9 build

    Upgrades:

    11 Marzocchi 55 RC3 Ti - 1.5
    Kashima Rear Shock
    Ibis tube protector
    KS i950 Seat Post
    Cane Creek 110 Headset
    Rims converted to Stan's no tubes
    Raceface Turbine Bash instead of third ring
    Easton Flatboys

    Huge thanks to Kara at Bikeco.com for a great sales experience that went way beyond my expectations!
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    How tall are you? On the xl! Also thinking xl but not sure on size as
    I am 6.2 ft and feel I am borderline between both frames.

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    Go 55s, ditch the Floats...

    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    My new HD build. Bike is awesome and has surpassed every expectation. Fox fork, not so much. Thinking about going Marz 55.







    Build is 27.8 lbs as it sits with pedals.

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    Fox Float 36
    RS Reverb
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    I too was VERY unhappy with the Float 36 Kashimas, especially with all the hype and the HUGE price. I sold mine after weeks of "letting the forks bed in" and "dialling the settings" and since I've been shredding some 55 RC3 Ti's for last few months and they are nothing short of SUPERB. The Floats were simply a poor fork in comparison. Swallow the extra pound (just less than) and enjoy the butter feel of Ti coil... Hunt hard and you'll find a bargain as well and get some $$ back for other bling

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumbriajason View Post
    How tall are you? On the xl! Also thinking xl but not sure on size as
    I am 6.2 ft and feel I am borderline between both frames.
    I'm 6' 1", the large felt too cramped and XL feels just right.

    Many guys on the forums around our height went with the XL.

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    I am 5'10" on a L and it is perfect. If you go L you will be disappointed unless you normally ride 20" BMX bikes!

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    I'm 6' 2" (long arms and torso) and demoed both an XL/50mm stem and a L/70mm stem. Fit is pretty close and I rode both for a couple of days happily. I went with the XL because I liked the handling with the taller front end and longer wheelbase on the downs. L was more fun in singletrack as it was crazy flickable. You can get away with either depending on what you are looking for. Came from Large Blurs, Nomads and Slayers which all have small cockpits so it also depends on what you are used to. Personally would suggest a XL and run a short stem and wide bars.

    -Shane

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    Floats are the shiznit if you ride fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torwood View Post
    so, is there going to be an Ibis specific version like the other MRP guides?

    anyone anyone, Bueller , Bueller.....
    Definitely maybe.
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    Hi All,

    This is my current setup:



    This is the parts list:

    IBIS Mojo Carbon HD
    Fox Dhx Air
    Rock Shox Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air
    Hope Pro 2 + Stans ZTR Flow wheels
    Avid Elixir CR brakes
    SRAM XX Group, but x.0 directmount derailleur
    NC-17 MG II Ti S-Pro
    SDG i-Fly 31,6 and i-beam Bel Air
    Cane Creek Headset
    Easton Haven 55mm stem + Easton Haven Carbon handlebar
    Fat Albert Front + Rear UST 2.4
    G-Junkies ZweiG chainguide

    I still need the derailleur, the chainguide and the grips. Then it can be finalized.

    Whaddya think?
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    Finally after two month wait my build 1x10 12x142 maxle
    Mojo HD Medium
    Fork - Fox Talas RLC FIT 160
    Shock - Fox RP23 160mm Kashima
    Headset - CK
    Handle bar - Easton EC 170 XC
    Stem - 70mm(waiting for MSC magik 50mm)
    Pedal - XTR trail
    Rear Der - Shimano XT Shadow
    Brakes - 2012 XT
    Seatpost - KS
    Saddle - Gobi
    Cranks - Shimano XT 170
    Shifter - XTR
    Cassette - Shimano XT 10 Speed
    MRP G2 SL E13- 35t(will change to blue 33T)
    Wheels - CB Iodines
    Tires- Ardent
    Weight 13.3 kg
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    Heres my rig with the TR Revolution wheelset...New Maxxis High Rollers
    Any ides on how to lighten it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yokums View Post
    Heres my rig with the TR Revolution wheelset...New Maxxis High Rollers
    Any ides on how to lighten it up?

    Wheels and a ti spring for a start my man

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    wheel, cranks, bars, coil (ti) tyres

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    what would you recommend?
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    30.5 lbs

    ...............oops

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    30.5 lbs

    I am 5'11"
    Medium frame
    Cane Creek Angleset headset -1 degree
    Lyrik Solo Air 170 fork 55-60PSI
    Vivid coil shock 350lb steel spring
    Maxxis Minion DHF EXO 3C 2.5 tires
    Flow rims/Hope hubs/DT Super Comp spokes - NO TUBES!
    XO 1X10 drivetrain w/short cage d.
    XTR cranks
    XTR pedals
    MRP Lopes chain guide
    E13 ring
    Formula One brakes, 7" rotors
    Easton Havoc carbon DH bars
    Sram grips
    Sunline AM 50mm stem
    Reverb seapost
    Specialized BG saddle

    30.5lbs
    66 degree head angle

    Great, balanced bike. Very pleased. 4 out of 5 stars - pivots creak. Why? Everything is tight.


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    Unless the pivots are dfective It is probably not them, they are top quality. My guess either two things; angleset, or the real axle is not tightened enough.

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    Mojo creaks can be very hard to trace because the sound carries and amplifies in the carbon frame. Look for something a bit loose (brake, derailleur hanger, axle, bb, headset...) The links don't creak even when worn out. -good luck, nice bike!

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    Thanks for the tips on the creaking. I will check it all out. I know it is not the Maxle, I've checked that. Will follow up if it ends up not being the pivots. I don't want to perpetuate any fiction if it doesn't turn out to be the pivots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayareaflip View Post
    My Build:

    Fork - Fox Talas RLC 160 Kashima
    Shock - Fox RP23 160mm Kashima
    Headset - CK
    Stem - Twenty6 50mm
    Handle bar - Easton Monkeylite DH
    Front Der - Shimano XT Direct Mount
    Rear Der - Shimano XTR Shadow
    Derailleur cables - Jagwire ripcords
    Brakes - Avid Elixir Cr 203F, 185R
    Brake cables - Jagwire Hydro flows
    Seatpost - KS
    Saddle - Specialized Phenom
    Cranks - Shimano XT 24t-36-Bash
    Bash Guard - Purely Custom
    Tensioner - Stinger
    Cassette - Shimano XT 10 Speed
    Wheels - CB Iodines
    Tires- Kenda Nevegal tubeless


    purely custom's soft touch is designed for 34t, but you're running 36t...did this pose a problem for you? thanks!

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    Main points of creaking IME after two seasons:
    Seatpost - I use carbon paste but find creaking only really goes away after seatpost gets a little wet and dirty. And no carbon paste(CLEAN) between seatpost binder and frame.
    Rear Maxle - Fresh grease seems to work well.

    Make sure everything else is tight. Using anti-sieze on bottom bracket and pedals to eliminate possibility of creaks there.

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    When we gonna see them build a 29er?

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    Just got word from my LBS that my bike will arrive at Ibis this Friday and be ready some time next week. Hopefully all my parts will make it into the shop by then. Part of another large shipment.

    Medium White Mojo HD (DM FD, 142x12)
    RP23 Kashima
    Fox 36 Talas 160 Kasima
    XTR Trail Breaks/Levers
    XTR Shadow + large cage (cant wait)
    XTR 2x10 Cranks 38/26 - (will mount circular bash - still looking)
    Easton Haven Bar
    Ergon GP1 Small grips
    Stans Flow Rims/Hubs
    Conti Trail King 2.2 UST Front/Back
    RS Reverb Post
    WTB Pure V Team Saddle

    Cant Wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    The mrp 2x guide works flawless, shifting between the 2 chain rings was smooth and swift it catches the two mini guides with no hang ups, well worth it, its awesome and in conjunction with the xtr plus rear d what more could a proud father ask for.The only issues I had was the chain rings up front are 26-38 and I need to step the smaller one down to a 24 because im not a strong enough peddler, other than that this bike is pretty amazing
    Huh? I thought there wasn't a 2x guide for the HD. Please tell me which one it is and where to get it so that I can buy it immediately....

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    nice

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    *** Warning...girly build *****

    Size:.........Medium
    Fork:.........RockShox Totem Solo Air DH 180mmWhite with 1 1/8 Steer
    Shock:......Fox RP23 (160mm with kashima),
    Wheelset:..Stan's ZTR Flow (Onyx Hub on front, Chris King on Rear)
    Headset:....Cane Creek Angleset
    Handlebar: Truvativ AKA
    Stem:........Truvativ AKA 60mm 5degree rises
    Brakes:......Juicy Ultimates with Straitline levers, 8" rotor on front, 6" rotor on rear
    Grips:........ODI
    Shifters:.....SRAM XO Pinkslip
    Front Der:..Shimano Direct Mount SLX
    Rear Der:...SRAM X0 Pinkslip
    Crank:.......Race Face AM Atlas
    Bashguard.Straitline Pink Octagon Bash Ring
    Cassette:..SRAM X0 Pinkslip
    Chain:.......SRAM PC991
    Seatpost:..Truvativ AKA
    Saddle:.....THE DH
    Tires:........Minions 3C 2.5 rear and Michelin Comp24 2.5 front (to be changed shortly as well)
    Pedals:.....Block 8
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    love it! sweet build!

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    Nice build Lil Miss, you may want to re-route the rear brake line on the rear triangle so the brake line is on the inside, so in the event of stacking you are not likely to crush or rip it

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    sweet! my mechanic says thanks. The first time he's seen an Ibis.

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    Can I join the club? I just got mine today...rides like a champ: Pics and details later;

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    Size:.........Medium
    Fork:.........Fox 36 TALAS 180 FIT RC2 (with kashima)
    Shock:......Fox DHX RC4(with kashima),
    Wheelset:..Crank Brothers Iodine
    Headset:....Cane Creek
    Handlebar: Candy Components Group cut to 30.5
    Stem:........Candy Components Group 45mm
    Brakes:......Formula TheOneRX, 203/180
    Grips:........ODI
    Shifters:.....SRAM X9
    Front Der:..SRAM X9
    Rear Der:...SRAM X9
    Crank:.......SRAM X9
    Seatpost:..Rockshox Reverb
    Saddle:.....WTB Rocket-V
    Tires:........WTB Mutano 2.4 Race (most likely switching to Maxxis Minnion DHF F/R)
    Pedals:.....Candy Components Group Flapjacks

    I'm currently running 2x9 but will be switching to 1x10 with a chain guide as soon as parts arrive.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/66967446@N05/6101685603/" title="IMG_0874 by wheiberg, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6198/6101685603_ac1f8a709e.jpg" width="500" height="374" alt="IMG_0874"></a>
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/66967446@N05/6101686507/" title="IMG_0875 by wheiberg, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6197/6101686507_71bfd45b6d.jpg" width="500" height="374" alt="IMG_0875"></a>
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    It's been seven months since I place my order and xmass has arrived!! Planning to introduce her to a little dirt on Friday!

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    the bars are from Candy Components, local company here in Portland, OR. I'm liking the width, rise and sweep (bars/stem/pedals migrated from my previous bike).

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    Finally got the sweet HD together.

    Size:.........Large White
    Fork:.........Fox 36 Float 160 White
    Shock:......Fox RP23
    Wheelset:..Chris King Hubs w/ Stan's Flow rims
    Headset:....Chris King
    Btm Bracket. Chris King
    Handlebar: Gravity Carbon
    Stem:........Thompson X4
    Brakes:......Formula TheOne, 180/180
    Grips:........Ibis
    Shifters:.....SRAM XX
    Front Der:..SRAM X0
    Rear Der:...SRAM XX
    Crank:.......SRAM XX 2x10
    Seatpost:..Gravity Dropper 5"
    Saddle:.....WTB Rocket-V SLT
    Tires:........Maxxis Ardent 2.35
    Pedals:.....Time ATAC Carbon

    I don't have enough posts to post pics, so I'll throw them up in a little while.

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    Here are the pics.

    Size:.........Large White
    Fork:.........Fox 36 Float 160 White
    Shock:......Fox RP23
    Wheelset:..Chris King Hubs w/ Stan's Flow rims
    Headset:....Chris King
    Btm Bracket. Chris King
    Handlebar: Gravity Carbon
    Stem:........Thompson X4
    Brakes:......Formula TheOne, 180/180
    Grips:........Ibis
    Shifters:.....SRAM XX
    Front Der:..SRAM X0
    Rear Der:...SRAM XX
    Crank:.......SRAM XX 2x10
    Seatpost:..Gravity Dropper 5"
    Saddle:.....WTB Rocket-V SLT
    Tires:........Maxxis Ardent 2.35
    Pedals:.....Time ATAC Carbon
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    what are you tipping the scales at, epic? love the xo-xx groupo

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    I also dont have enough posts for a pic, but the spec is as follows:-

    Mojo HD 160 in black
    rear shock : rp23
    forks ; 160mm fox 36 Talas RLC
    Brakes : hayes stroker trail,hope floating rotors in blue, F-203, R-160
    Cranks : Shimano SLX double
    Bars : easton ea70 monkey bars
    stem : truvativ holzfeller 40mm
    Seat post : easton ec90
    Hubs : hope Pro II in blue
    Rims : DT swiss ex5.1
    Tyres : kenda small block 8
    pedals : wellgo Mg1
    mechs: shimano XT

    Weight : 29.2lb

    To try and keep costs more reasoneble, I took a lot of bits off my old bike, a 2005 enduro. It seems to have worked out well, the bike is lighter than I was expecting.
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    I haven't gotten a chance to weigh it yet, but I'm guessing it's around 27lbs.

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    Here's mine. on hole in the ground trail in Truckee Ca.
    One week old, 2 days of N* and 3 days or riding around tahoe and it feels nice and broken in.

    It's my first taste of air shocks and air forks, to be honest before they were broken in i thought the talas was the worst fork ever. pretty plush now but still lacking in compression adjustment range. And as mentioned by numerous others the brake dive is pretty bad.

    The rear end is awesome, i've got nothing but praise. 100x better than my FSR bike.
    The float was a lot better than i expected, wether it is a product of the frame design or just a really good shock.
    Although small bump compliance was wanting, maybe it is just me not being used to air.
    Medium to big hit stuff was where the money is and the bike handled well on a variety of DH trails from Livewire, Boondocks to Karpiel.

    my next DH bike will be DW as well.

    i also really like how stiff and quiet the bike is and equally impress with the durability. I had a cartwheeling adventure in one of the many rock gardens on Karpiel that would've put several dents in a AL frame. HD came out with only nicks and a few gouges to what i am hoping is a non-structual outer layer.

    since i have managed to get so far off topic from the build thread,
    XT group.
    formula the ONE's
    RS reverb
    race face next CF bars
    thomson 4x stem
    Stan's flows
    and a recent upgrade to a 1x10 with the Lopes MRP guide
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    What's in the frame? Does the tubes?

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    Spare tube

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    Quote Originally Posted by epic911 View Post
    Size:.........Large White
    Fork:.........Fox 36 Float 160 White
    Shock:......Fox RP23
    Wheelset:..Chris King Hubs w/ Stan's Flow rims
    Headset:....Chris King
    Btm Bracket. Chris King
    Handlebar: Gravity Carbon
    Stem:........Thompson X4
    Brakes:......Formula TheOne, 180/180
    Grips:........Ibis
    Shifters:.....SRAM XX
    Front Der:..SRAM X0
    Rear Der:...SRAM XX
    Crank:.......SRAM XX 2x10
    Seatpost:..Gravity Dropper 5"
    Saddle:.....WTB Rocket-V SLT
    Tires:........Maxxis Ardent 2.35
    Pedals:.....Time ATAC Carbon

    Niiiiiice, very, very nice indeed!

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    For Trail riding...
    • Frame: Med HD 160 w/ Kashima RP23
    • Fork: 170mm Lyric Solo Air - 1-1/8" steerer - DH damper
    • Headset: Cane Creek 110 (Zero stack upper, external lower) - 10mm spacers under stem
    • Stem: 70mm Chromag Ranger
    • Bars: 710mm Noir Carbon Riser Bars
    • Shifters: SRAM XX
    • Brakes: Avid Elixer CR's (last gen) (203mm F, 185 R)
    • Grips: Lizard Skin Peaty Lock-on
    • Cable Housing: Jagwire L3 - Blue, (If I can't be pretty at least my bike can)
    • Seatpost: 4" Gravity Dropper (old now, but reliable and the cable attachment is fixed in place)
    • Saddle: WTB Silverado SLT
    • Front Derailleur: SRAM XO High Direct Mount
    • Cranks: SRAM XX 26/39 w/ 166Q-factor
    • Pedals: Crank Brother Candy 3
    • Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX
    • Cassette: SRAM XX 11-36
    • Chain: SRAM 1091R
    • Front Hub: WTB Super Duty 20mm
    • Rear Hub: American Classic Disc 225 - converted to 142x12mm (note - added 0.5mm shim to shift cassette away from frame)
    • Spokes: DT Swiss Supercomps
    • Rims: Stans Crest w/ yellow tape
    • Tires: 2.25 Hutchnison Cobra, love this tire for Utah XC riding, fast and rails corners
    • Sealant: Caffe Latex (while it's not gonna seal a gash I find it seals up a tire well for the long haul and doesn't soften the casing like Stans does.)

    Weight: 27.8lbs

    I'm 5'10" & 160lbs w/o gear
    Currently runny 45psi front and 145psi rear, but still tuning a bit.

    And what's she look like you ask...


    For more serious riding in places like Moab, or legit jump trails, I switch a few items...

    Weight: 29.8lbs

    Chain Guide: waiting for the new MRP X2 for this bike...please, please, please
    Would consider going to a coil as well, especially since I have the right size Ti spring already.

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    I just ordered my black Mojo HD 140 frame! Should be here in a week or so, can't wait. I also ordered a DT Swiss EXM 150 fork. I have some X9 components that I was going to use but now I am thinking of using shimano, including the new XTR shadow plus, have to wait to see what the funds allow for. I plan to have my lbs build a set of King/flow wheels. I will also buy the limbo chips to convert it to 160mm, not sure on the rear shock yet, coil vs. PUSHed air... I'm waiting for the new X-Fusion Vengeance fork to use up front in 2012. I'll post pics as it comes along.

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    Put the shadow plus on my HD yesterday, pretty off the hook super quiet and smooth, well worth the investment imop.

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    Just picked up my HD tonight! SUPER STOAKED... Finally! ofcourse it's pouring out right now, so couldn't get a decent ride in. specs an weight as follows

    Large vitamin P HD all 2012 kashima rear rp23
    talas kashima
    stans flow ztr rims, ibis hubs
    set up is 1x9 with xt crank and 28t widgit
    xo trigger rear
    xo med cage rear der.
    sram pg990 cassette
    sram hollowpin chain
    ibis bars
    truvativ stylo seat post
    bontrager saddle
    mutano race 2.4 tubeless front an rear

    DRUM ROLL PLEASE>>>>> 26.8 lbs!!! without pedals though! Pretty dang happy with that. dropper post and pedals I'm guessing right at 28 pics to follow
    Full time rider part time racer...

    See my adventures here..

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    Hey guys, I am just about to pull the trigger on a medium white HD. I have a couple questions.

    1. Can I convert/adapt my current burnt orange Iodine wheels to fit this frame?
    2. Does Chris King make a headset for this bike yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 210Mojo View Post
    Hey guys, I am just about to pull the trigger on a medium white HD. I have a couple questions.

    1. Can I convert/adapt my current burnt orange Iodine wheels to fit this frame?
    2. Does Chris King make a headset for this bike yet?
    I don't know about the wheels, you will have to get that info from someone else or Crank Bros themselves. Chris King does make a headset that will fit the Mojo HD. It is the inset mixed tapered headset. Either your LBS that is a King dealer can get them, or I know that Competitive Cyclist.com sells them.

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    Thanks neblackb, I talked to CB, I can order a kit to get the wheels to fit, great news! I see the King headset, question is what size? I see a couple different sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 210Mojo View Post
    Thanks neblackb, I talked to CB, I can order a kit to get the wheels to fit, great news! I see the King headset, question is what size? I see a couple different sizes.
    On the Competitive Cyclist website it is listed as the Chris King InSet Mixed Tapered Headset w/ Griplock. There is only one size there, just have to pic a color. It is the only one on there that I see. I hope that helps.

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    Cool!

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    I want one!!!

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    Nice video, you put some time on that one.
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    RB What size is this L or XL ? What is your growth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by czandor View Post
    RB What size is this L or XL ? What is your growth?
    L.

    I am 6'0" (1.82m)

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    Quote Originally Posted by neblackb View Post
    On the Competitive Cyclist website it is listed as the Chris King InSet Mixed Tapered Headset w/ Griplock. There is only one size there, just have to pic a color. It is the only one on there that I see. I hope that helps.
    Thanks neblackb, What is GripLock?

    This is the one I was looking at. Universal Cycles -- Chris King Mixed Tapered Headset

    Is this the incorrect one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 210Mojo View Post
    Thanks neblackb, What is GripLock?

    This is the one I was looking at. Universal Cycles -- Chris King Mixed Tapered Headset

    Is this the incorrect one?
    I am not sure exactly what Griplock is, but yes that is the right one.

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    seeing all these hds makes me miss mine so much. I think I might have to buy another one. SadikOne1 on here owns my old hd. I hope he is taking good care of it.

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    My HD140 frame just came in. Now I have to start making decisions on the rest of the bike...
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    Just picked up mine yesterday. I'm planning on swapping parts from my Mojo and converting it to an HD 140 for now. Later on I'll throw on the Lyrik and Monarch Plus from my Nomad and see how it stacks up against the 'mad.




    Unfortunately I'll have to ride on the Iodines for a while until I can get a straight answer from Easton about getting a new 12x135 hub for my Haven Carbons. I was hoping to sell the Iodines as "new", but I'd rather ride this weekend.

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    Kashima RP23... And CC double barrel (140, 160 setups)
    Kashima Talas 36 & 32 RLC (150 + 160 setups)
    2012 XTR group. W/ shadow +
    24-36-mrp carbon bash
    Industry 9 enduro wheelset
    Havoc carbon bar
    Reverb post
    Syntace stem
    Xtr trail pedals
    CC 110 headset
    Formula R1 carbon brakes. 160/203
    Minion2.35/ardent EXO 2.25
    Odi tld grips
    Silverado saddle

    28.2 lbs as seen.

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    ..but i miss the ibis sticker on the table

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    Medium White Mojo HD
    RP23 Kashima
    Fox 36 Talas 160 Kasima
    XTR Trail Breaks/Levers
    XTR Shadow + large cage
    XTR 2x10 Cranks 38/26 - (Still trying to mount a bash)
    Easton Haven Bar (Still waiting)
    Ergon GP1 Small grips (Not sure I am liking these)
    Stans Flow Rims/Hubs
    Conti Trail King 2.2 UST Front/Back (first of the new batch with chili rubber)
    RS Reverb Post (Still waiting for)
    WTB Pure V Team Saddle (bent the titanium bar on my first wipeout)

    Current weight 29.1 lbs - will see what the reverb adds

    Absolutely incredible bike going down. Still trying to optimize for going up verdict is still out. Not sure if I was expecting too much or I just haven't dialed it in yet. Going to get the bike fit and play with the suspension and tire pressure more.

    Still trying to figure out what to do for a bash.. options
    1- go to a triple dérailleur and 36t? large ring
    2- circular bash will fit if I put a small spacer (3-4mm)between crank and bash ring
    3 - get MRP xcg bb mount (worried about rotation)

    xtr breaks are incredible, the lever feels perfect for one finger, excellent modulation. Effortless stopping. Worth it

    xtr shadow plus- went down some gnarly rocky downhill (National trail south mountain Arizona) no dropped chains, only noise I heard was my hub spinning. This was the reason I switched from SRAM.

    xtr - cranks - still getting used to the 2x10. I miss the 32 tooth that I had just gotten strong enough to live in 90% of the time. Definitely considering shrinking my large ring so I can shift less and get better theoretical atisquat characteristics. Not positive I would spend the money on these again, not sure how I would tell the difference between these and xt, same with cassette and chain.

    Shifters - They work well.. haven't tried a modern pair of xt so I cant say they are better or not. The double click doesn't mean much to me at this time.

    I will give an update when I have solved my bash/front ring and suspension tune issues
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    Oh yeah, HD 140 mode. I am loving this bike!



    Ibis Mojo HD3 - Norco Torrent 7.1

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    love your mojo it looks awesome
    just a quick question about the xtr crank i just wondered how it was working out for you with the 38/26 combo does it shift well etc i only ask because on the ibis website it says not compatabl and this is kind of what im after for my 2012 mojo hd

    i cant post the link as i havent posted before but its on the ibis website set up guide page 13

    also if i was to run my current 36/22 slx would i just use a high direct mount triple FD?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyken View Post
    Oh yeah, HD 140 mode. I am loving this bike!
    What chainstay wrap is that?
    Thanks

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    It looks like frame wrap, you can get it from biketart.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspec View Post
    What chainstay wrap is that?
    Thanks
    Go to home depot and in the electrical area you will find scotch brand moisture sealing tape #2228, its a rubber splicing tape that when you apply it and stretch it ,it sticks to its self. Good stuff, very durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    Go to home depot and in the electrical area you will find scotch brand moisture sealing tape #2228, its a rubber splicing tape that when you apply it and stretch it ,it sticks to its self. Good stuff, very durable.
    Yeah, that's exactly it. It's the first time I've tried the stuff and so far it's working great.

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    This stuff also works very well. Can be had at Autozone for about 5 bucks. Basically the same thing as the mastic tape. Used to use it on my 575's canon seat stays.
    2013 Medium Santa Cruz Blur Trc in Matte/Silver, full XT kit, 1x10 with 32T wolftooth ring, 25 pounds 7 ounces

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    Or get similar stuff here: Frame Wrap.

    Works well. Tougher than the inner tube wrap and you can protect further down the chainstay than the Lizard Skin wraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo$#nya View Post
    Go to home depot and in the electrical area you will find scotch brand moisture sealing tape #2228, its a rubber splicing tape that when you apply it and stretch it ,it sticks to its self. Good stuff, very durable.


    use that stuff on all my bikes (including Mojo) and it's great!!

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    still working on mine. was lucky i got my frame within 1 week after order placed.
    super excited!!!


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