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    Mojo HDR Picture and Build Thread

    My 650b Mojo HDR... LOVE IT!
    Ibis Mojo HDR 650b Blog

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    Looking good DH, do the full specc, size setup thing bud, jmo but this should be a dedicated 650build thread, HDR std should have its own build thread, gonna be massive I think

    How's that Pike.

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    Is that a Pike? Any difference over the Fox?

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    Re: Mojo HDR Picture and Build Thread

    I love it. I'm so on the fence. I really wanted a 150-160mm travel DW-Link 650b rig. I'm just a little uneasy about the BB height here and the tweaks that have to be made reducing travel. That bike is bad ass though. Are you running it in the 130 travel mode? Let us know how this bad boy handles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rehammer81 View Post
    I love it. I'm so on the fence. I really wanted a 150-160mm travel DW-Link 650b rig. I'm just a little uneasy about the BB height here and the tweaks that have to be made reducing travel. That bike is bad ass though. Are you running it in the 130 travel mode? Let us know how this bad boy handles.

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    The travel-reduction tweak takes no time, just a simple shim that clicks onto the air rod in the shock. BB height is another issue, not much can be done there except for playing with offset bushings (however I think that will require further travel reduction)...

    I love that new black/yellow paint scheme!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdotrider View Post
    The travel-reduction tweak takes no time, just a simple shim that clicks onto the air rod in the shock. BB height is another issue, not much can be done there except for playing with offset bushings (however I think that will require further travel reduction)...

    I love that new black/yellow paint scheme!
    An angleset will also help with the BB height as well assuming you want a 66 HA.

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    I wonder why they didn't drop the BB a bit more. With 130 travel I think 13.1-13.2 is a good call, especially since they call for 25% sag. Then in 160 mode it would be in the 13.6-13.8 range. It seems like a compromise to me.

    In DH's review he seems to like the 130/27.5 setting a lot more. I wonder how much of this is due To the lower BB?

    My 140 mm bike sits at 13.2 and I love it.

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    Hippie - are you running the 2.35 HD on the front or 2.25?

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    and what about the rear tire?
    I'm hoping an DH 2.35 fits back there...wishful thinking?

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    Nice build. Is ibis gonna add additional color option on their HD-R lineup? I am really ready to purchase a frame but still holding cuz I'm not diggin the colors.

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    Good job! Let's see those HDRs!

    BUMP! Can't wait to see some of the new builds.

    Peeps have to be taking some deliveries soon....
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    im getting mine tomorrow, will build it Wednesday, so pics available maybe on thursday!

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    Mojo HDR Picture and Build Thread

    Mine is supposed to be here by the end of the week.

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    I posted this on another thread, but here she is:

    Ibis Mojo HDR 650b Carbon Fiber Frame (Large)
    2014 Fox Float 34 CTD 27.5 140mm Travel with Kashima Coat and 15mm QR thru-axle
    2014 Fox Float CTD ADjust Factory Series with Kashima Coat (7.875 x 2.0)
    ENVE Twenty7.5 (650b) XC Wheels with DT Swiss 240 hubs
    ENVE 90mm Stem
    Shwalbe Nobby Nics Tires (2.25)
    E*13 TRS+ Crank (Bash/34/24T)
    Shimano CS-M771-10 XT Rear Cassette (11-13-15-17-19-21-24-32-36T)
    Shimano XT M785 Brakes (front and rear)
    Shimano XT M780 I-Spec Shifters
    Shimano FD-781D XT Down-Swing, Dual-Pull Front Derailleur
    Shimano M786 SGS Rear Derailleur Shadow Plus
    Shimano RT86 XT Ice-Tech 6 Bolt Rotors (180mm front/160mm rear)
    Shimano PD-M785 XT All Mountain Clipless Pedal
    Cane Creek 40: ZS44 1 1/8" to/EC49/40 Traditional 1.5" bottom Headset
    Ibis Hi-Fi Carbon Bar 740mm, 20mm rise, 9 x 5 degree bend
    Ibis 2D forged 31.8 clamp/28.6 Steerer 50-120 in 10mm increments Stem
    Thomson Elite Dropper Post
    WTB Rocket V Saddle
    3T MTB PRO Grips
    Ibis Polycarbon Bash Guard

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    Whether you're peddling or twisting the wrist...you're still riding on two wheels...and that's good enough for me

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    Getting my XL in blue tomorrow with XX1 and cane creek DB air. 650b AM carbon rims not available from ENVE until August. Going with I9 jpulll and ZTR FLOW Ex for now.

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    Mojo HDR Picture and Build Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by tapcon View Post
    I posted this on another thread, but here she is:

    Ibis Mojo HDR 650b Carbon Fiber Frame (Large)
    Nice! Weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by benja55 View Post
    Nice! Weight?
    Without the ENVE stem, she weighed in at 28 lbs 2oz
    Whether you're peddling or twisting the wrist...you're still riding on two wheels...and that's good enough for me

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    My hdr

    Here is my new 160mm 26" HDR, AWESOME bike!!
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    Fox ctd shock
    Xt crankset 2x10 38/24
    Xt front and rear derraileur
    CB mallet 3 pedals
    CB iodine wheels
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    60 stem ibis
    740 handlebar ibis
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    I should get some better pics but I went riding as soon as she was ready. 29.2lbs. Only the wheels are new. Everything else came straight off my SL.

    IMG_0744 by rboskind, on Flickr

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    @MysticFalcon: I was planning to do the same sell my mojo c and just transfer everything to the new frame. I see you're running a single chainring. I was just wondering if the MRP mini G will still fit in the HDR the bb fit type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baltik View Post
    Hippie - are you running the 2.35 HD on the front or 2.25?
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    and what about the rear tire? I'm hoping an DH 2.35 fits back there...wishful thinking?
    Sorry guys, lost track of stuff lately... life changes and whatnot!

    On the front of the Mojo HDR I've been running the Hans Dampf 2.35, love it. Huge tire, confidence inspiring, nice feel. Inflates to a much larger than an average 2.35 I reckon. The only negative is the weight of the tyre.

    Thanks to Bikebox (AU distributor of Schwalbe) I also have a Nobby Nic 2.35 Snakeskin to test as a front tyre which is what is on the HDR atm. It's 685 grams, 130 grams lighter vs my Hans... that's a good chunk less of rotating mass! It inflates quite a bit smaller than the Hans Dampf. The Nobby Nic 2.35 reminds me a lot of the Purgatory 2.3, similar profile etc when fitted and similar behaviour on the trail. Very good performance overall esp for XC/Trail, but not as uber confidence inspiring as genuinely big tires like the Hans for Trail/AM.

    On the rear I've been running a Racing Ralph 2.25. Plenty of clearance but I am used to running a much tougher/armored rear tyre. Bikebox did their own run of Racing Ralph 27.5x2.25 with Snakeskin, so that's what I'm running now on the rear. So far so good. The tread isn't super deep and is relatively soft so will be interesting to see how long it lasts.

    @riderup: with the rear, it'll depend on what 2.35 you run. I did fit a Hans Dampf on the rear just to check if it would fit, and yes it did technically clear the frame but IMO the clearance isn't adequate. FWIW there isn't a lot of clearance with the Dampf on the Pike fork either - it is a big tyre. Something like Nobby Nic 2.35 would be fine. I don't run tyres that large on the rear anyway - 2.25 is about the max for me and there is plenty of clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapcon View Post
    Without the ENVE stem, she weighed in at 28 lbs 2oz
    Not too caught up with exact total weight overall but my HDR is a good chunk lighter than my HD which feels nice out on the trail. Will have to re-weigh mine as it came it ~12.4kg. Medium frame plus 1x drivetrain vs yours probably accounts for that.

    Pretty happy with my wheel build so far, the Tune King Kong hubs are slick! Probably the other slick light thing is the Syntace Vector handlebar. At some point will probably go to 1x11, which will drop the weight further with some nicer cranks etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibismojo09 View Post
    @MysticFalcon: I was planning to do the same sell my mojo c and just transfer everything to the new frame. I see you're running a single chainring. I was just wondering if the MRP mini G will still fit in the HDR the bb fit type?
    I am using the MRP 1X bottom bracket mount and it works great. Im actually thinking of changing to something using the new iscg mount since my HDR will see a lot more rough stuff than my SL ever saw.

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    Here is mine - stock XX1 build with the following mods
    Light bicycle wide 650B wheels w Hope hubs
    Swapped out the Fox 34 for a Pike 150mm (19mm A2C bump)
    Swapped out the lower headset cup for the 2.5mm stack height FSA Orbit E (net gain of 9mm up front)
    Swapped stock saddle for WTB rocket V SLT
    Shimano XT brakes
    27lbs even

    Still need to shorten the brake lines and clean up the routing
    Waiting for the custom shock options to sort themselves out then will bump the travel into the 150mm range
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    Great looking HDRs all.

    Tap that Shelby color is so sweet though, nice light in that shot really captures the color.

    I wish they're were more color options though just so I won't see too many Shelby blues out they're less is more if you get my meaning!

    Sic boys n girls keep it em HDRs flowing

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