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    New Jet 9 XL Raw

    Picked up my new Jet 9 XL this weekend from my LBS. The guys did an awesome job advising on the build and putting it all together. Full X0, Chris King headset and hub, Stans wheels, etc. Here are the specs and pictures:

    Jet 9 XL Raw
    Fork: Rock Shox SID XX 15mm maxle
    Headset: Chris King
    Stem: Richey WCS 260
    Bars: Niner flat top alloy
    Grips: Ergon GA1
    Shifter: SRAM X0
    Seat post: Niner carbon
    Seat: WTB Rocket V Team
    Rims: Stans Arch EX
    Spokes: Sapim
    Hubs: Chris King
    Cassette: SRAM 1070
    Chain: KMC x10.93
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0
    Front Derailleur : SRAM X0
    Brakes: SRAM X0 with HS1 rotors
    Cranks: SRAM X0 GXP 26x39
    Tires: Tioga Psycho Genius (setup tubeless)

    Weight: 27.48 lbs

















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    Weight: 17.48 Kg ????


    Quote Originally Posted by Moliver View Post
    Picked up my new Jet 9 XL this weekend from my LBS. The guys did an awesome job advising on the build and putting it all together. Full X0, Chris King headset and hub, Stans wheels, etc. Here are the specs and pictures:

    Jet 9 XL Raw
    Fork: Rock Shox SID XX 15mm maxle
    Headset: Chris King
    Stem: Richey WCS 260
    Bars: Niner flat top alloy
    Grips: Ergon GA1
    Shifter: SRAM X0
    Seat post: Niner carbon
    Seat: WTB Rocket V Team
    Rims: Stans Arch EX
    Spokes: Sapim
    Hubs: Chris King
    Cassette: SRAM 1070
    Chain: KMC x10.93
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0
    Front Derailleur : SRAM X0
    Brakes: SRAM X0 with HS1 rotors
    Cranks: SRAM X0 GXP 26x39
    Tires: Tioga Psycho Genius (setup tubeless)

    Weight: 17.48


















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    Yeah sorry, not buying that weight. maybe 27?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevrev97 View Post
    Yeah sorry, not buying that weight. maybe 27?
    Typo when posting the weight. 27.47 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliver View Post
    Typo when posting the weight. 27.47 lbs.
    Regardless, a sweet build for sure.

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    Very nice! And 27.5 pounds for an XL RIP is very respectable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliver View Post
    Nice looking bike. It's good you left some stack room on the steerer tube as you get used to your bike. My guess is, as you get more used to the bike and spend some time on it, you might want to experiment with fewer spacers by moving first one, then two, etc... above the stem to see how it feels and handles. I, too, started with quite a stack but over the past 2 seasons have dropped way down. My RIP has a negative flipped stem with 0 spacers now and my JET has a negative flipped stem with just a couple of spacers.

    I like the white bits that you married with the raw frame (fork, wheels, stem, spacers, saddle). Very sharp!


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    Yeah wasn't trying to be a dick, I figured there was a typo.

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