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    Quote Originally Posted by usr666
    Are you getting an error? or just can't scroll? Is it the newsletter or the HD page?
    I just can't scroll, and it's on both the newsletter and the HD page. Only on IE though. No problems with firefox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usr666
    Are you getting an error? or just can't scroll? Is it the newsletter or the HD page?
    I get an error on both the newsletter and HD page: the head or the foot of the page (a yellow stripe along the "Chuck Spew" litter at the left) comes over the 2nd paragraph's text and over the 1st pic where it's writen Mojo HD. I can scroll the page fine, but the stripe stays static, does not move along when I scroll down or up. I'm on a PC, Win7, Explorer 8, compatibility mode on.

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    Wow, you guys have been very busy. Nice work.
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    Drool

    I've been drooling over this all morning instead of working.

    I don't "need" one, but I have a feeling I will own one eventually.

    I'm wondering if we will see any of the HD's innovations make it to the SL and the standard Mojo. Such as the post mount for the rear brakes, the polycarbonate cable protector for the downtube, & the tapered headtube.
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    WOW! I just got off the phone to my LBS, and they are going to call to reaffirm the earlier order (October 09) and order mine in white.
    I also don't "need" this as I already have an an '06 and love the heck out of it. But how can you resist a gnarlier version of a great bike?

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    drool
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    Anyone seen a geometry table yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by budgie
    Anyone seen a geometry table yet?
    Links from the top:
    http://www.ibiscycles.com/mountain/mojohd/geometry/

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    Just got the call from my LBS, looks like I get my new dream machine in March.
    YAHOOO! I can hardly wait to start the build up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usr666
    thanks .... missed that! presumably the 13.8-14" BB height is based on a 160mm rather than 180mm fork.
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    I hope crank bros make a version of the Iodines for this thing. Pure sex on wheels.

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    My LBS offered me today ordering the HD with the Iodines. Guess they will be setting the wheelset to cope with the new HD rear Maxle. Plus they offered me a tapered TALAS 36 RC2 and the Joplin, all that as a Mojo HD "starter pack" (needless to say I'm joking here, Ibis is not offering such pack! But glad to see the Iodines will be up to the task in the HD! )
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    I thought it was suppose to use full length cable housing? Take a look at the seat stay.

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    Ohh baby that is one hot mojo. March huh..

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    But no coil option???

    Hey Hans, Great looking HD but am curious about no coil option. We all know Brian rides coil yet the PR says "a coil shock is not offered because the linkage rates weren't designed for it." So are Brian and Dave not talking or what's the story??
    All bike, all the time

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    Hey, what a coincidence!!!!, the painting of the rear triangle is very similar to the one I have in my project. Instead of having the inner part in clear I have the "eyes" in clear.
    The HD looks amazing.

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    Thank you Hans and the folks at Ibis. You guys are testing my fortitude and will to keep my new years resolution - maintain a realistic budget. The HD may break that will. But thank you for the wonderful product(s) and personal challenge. Now what can I start selling from my garage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikesinmud
    I thought it was suppose to use full length cable housing? Take a look at the seat stay.
    from Colin our engineer:
    "That's guys got a good eye! The HD will come with the little ziptie guides that get riveted on, not the tranny ones that get screwed on. Because we ran out of time at the factory I had to put those guides on here and didn't have any more of the correct guides. I probably should have put on the brake guides instead of the derailleur ones though."

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    What about the polycarbonate cable guard?, will it be available in your web shop? I would like to have one for my new repainted Mojo SL in order to protect it from stones.

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    Some people collect fine art. Some people ride bikes. We get to ride art.
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    How light do you guys think people will get there builds?

    I'm thinking it should be pretty easy to get it down to 27 lbs with 2.35 tires.

    Erik

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    Anyone already knows what the 3rd color option is? Anyway, the Matte Black with gloss carbon must be a killer. The white is beautiful, but a white SL and a white HD is one white bike too many! Am I the only one hoping for a Ferrari Red HD?
    Last edited by Black RONIN; 01-06-2010 at 01:19 PM.

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    I just threw a deposit down on a mojo yesteday after riding one back to back with a tracer vp. the only thing the tracer had on the mojo was that it felt more plush like it had more travel, so i have a feeling this HD solved that problem and then some. super dope bike, i'm sure the builds will be mind-blowing eye candy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedell99
    How light do you guys think people will get there builds?

    I'm thinking it should be pretty easy to get it down to 27 lbs with 2.35 tires.

    Erik
    My Mojo SL weighs 25.8 lbs, but keeping all the components and changing only frame and Float RC2, I'd be adding exact 1 pound over my current build. This is surreal.
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    Hans, sorry for asking this at this point, it's way too late for that anyway, but couldn't the HD have replaceable rear dropouts to fit either a maxle or a QR hub?

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