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    Nope, still looks long, even to me. My other bikes don't look this extreme. Still, I'm loving the bike.

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    Yep, still looks long. But at your height with long legs it is what it is..works for you and that's all that matters. Great bike though, right?

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    Nope, still looks long, even to me. My other bikes don't look this extreme. Still, I'm loving the bike.
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    As someone that runs a high seat height myself, A dropper seat post is your friend.

    The bike will be much more fun.



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    Nope, still looks long, even to me. My other bikes don't look this extreme. Still, I'm loving the bike.
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    There's a distinct lack of 2014+ alloy frames in this thread...



    Basically the new 1-star Deore build, but with my XTR shifters and XT brakes swapped in. Front is set up tubeless now w/ a Bontrager rim strip, seems to be working well so I'll get the back done soon.

    Pretty happy so far - this is my "upgrade" from a 26" HT, so it's quite a change.

    Will definitely be throwing a "real" fork on it next spring though. Once I get that done, get my position dialed in (still having some hand numbness/pain, even with my ergon grips), then I'll be pretty well set I think. Maybe swap the tires out for some Contis...

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    Nice bike.

    You are right, There isn't enough of the new Jet9 Alloy bikes on here.



    Quote Originally Posted by bopApocalypse View Post
    There's a distinct lack of 2014+ alloy frames in this thread...



    Basically the new 1-star Deore build, but with my XTR shifters and XT brakes swapped in. Front is set up tubeless now w/ a Bontrager rim strip, seems to be working well so I'll get the back done soon.

    Pretty happy so far - this is my "upgrade" from a 26" HT, so it's quite a change.

    Will definitely be throwing a "real" fork on it next spring though. Once I get that done, get my position dialed in (still having some hand numbness/pain, even with my ergon grips), then I'll be pretty well set I think. Maybe swap the tires out for some Contis...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trial11 View Post


    Nope, still looks long, even to me. My other bikes don't look this extreme. Still, I'm loving the bike.
    helluva bike , it looks like your seat bag is on upside down.

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    I just missed out on the 2013 Jet 9 closeout frames that were going for $699 at Jenson and started shopping for used frames, but rarely see any alloy models. Just curious why there are so many RDO's turning up used?

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    helluva bike , it looks like your seat bag is on upside down.
    Thanks! The bike is awesome.

    Funny looking bag, I guess. Goes well with the long seat post

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzanic View Post
    As someone that runs a high seat height myself, A dropper seat post is your friend.

    The bike will be much more fun.
    I thought about a dropper, but we just don't have a ton of sustained elevation changes around here. Lots of quick up-down, up-down, etc. No long climbs or long down hills. Not sure I could change the length of the post fast enough to make it worth the effort.

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    Consolidated my barely ridden rip9 and very much ridden 2nd gen jet9 into an el mariachi and this lovely thing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trial11 View Post
    Thanks! The bike is awesome.

    Funny looking bag, I guess. Goes well with the long seat post
    Nope, I'm just an idiot! I just looked at the bag close today and realized it's been upside down for the past two bikes I've had it installed on.

    A virtual high-five to the random forum member that spotted my error. Thanks!

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    OFFICIAL: JET9 Picture and Setup Thread

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    OFFICIAL: JET9 Picture and Setup Thread

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    Hi! This his my new bike!
    Jet rdo with sid brain wc and carbon rims!
    Weight 10.250 grams


    Ciao dall'Italia!!!!
    Hi a few questions:
    what size is your bike?
    Whats the length of the stem and angle?



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    OFFICIAL: JET9 Picture and Setup Thread

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    Hi a few questions:
    what size is your bike?
    Whats the length of the stem and angle?



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    Hi!
    I'm tall 1.80 and the frame size is M
    My stem is a soul kozak 100mm -17 angle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brunopiru View Post
    Hi!
    I'm tall 1.80 and the frame size is M
    My stem is a soul kozak 100mm -17 angle
    Sorry for my English!


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    Thank you very much for info! Got my niner jet9 rdo yesterday, couldnt be happier


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    OFFICIAL: JET9 Picture and Setup Thread

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    Hi all I just got what I think is a 2012 model ... Niner jet nine it's new and never been rode on a trail got a Bargin trade for my AM bike . Tho I'm left a little confused why this bike has 145mm travel forks on it ? Will it be ok ? They are talas so travel adjust down to 120mm . It ALLSO has a 50mm stem with 190mm wide bars on it . It's my first 29er never rode one before so took a gamble with 29 but review sound really good . Going to hopefully do my first test ride soon . Any tips on setup ? I want my first ride to be the best it can be . I've got the 2013 crank brothers colbolt 3 wheel aswell fingers crossed they don't flex to much ? I'll post some pics when I figure it out lol . Cheers

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    Here's mine

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    What model of crankbrothers are those wheels? Iodines? Cobalts? 2 or 3?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bamxiv View Post
    What model of crankbrothers are those wheels? Iodines? Cobalts? 2 or 3?


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    they are 2013 cobalt 3

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    Has anybody has issues with the bottom pivet . Very loose bearings in the frame . Been told to use loctite 609 bearing compound .has anyone done this ?

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    Has anybody has issues with the bottom pivet . Very loose bearings in the frame . Been told to use loctite 609 bearing compound .has anyone done this ?
    How many km's has the frame done? Do the bearings just need replacing? Alloy or carbon frame?


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    Yes, the bearing fell out of my 2013 alloy rear triangle when frame was disassembled?
    I thought it was premature wear but Niner admitted they had some quality issues with the bearing journal (hole it is pressed into). I was fortunate enough to get a warranty replacement frame from Niner as it was purchased new and was only a year old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpeltier View Post
    Yes, the bearing fell out of my 2013 alloy rear triangle when frame was disassembled?
    I thought it was premature wear but Niner admitted they had some quality issues with the bearing journal (hole it is pressed into). I was fortunate enough to get a warranty replacement frame from Niner as it was purchased new and was only a year old.
    yes bearings just fall out ((( this is not looking good is it ( I did what I thought was a great swop bike for bike but the owner I swoped with must have known this was screwed

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctguru View Post
    How many km's has the frame done? Do the bearings just need replacing? Alloy or carbon frame?


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    from what I was told it's not seen lots of miles . I have new bearings in my hand now and they fit loose just fall out .. Bearing number 6901

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    Or he never even had it apart! I don't think Niner has any rear triangles available, which is why I got a new frame. Maybe you get lucky and find a used one. Or ask the guy you swapped with to try to contact Niner (assuming he bought it new). The Loc-Tite may also do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2013megaAM View Post
    from what I was told it's not seen lots of miles . I have new bearings in my hand now and they fit loose just fall out .. Bearing number 6901
    looking at the frame you would think its brand new so I'm a little dumb struck why the bearing are so shot and loose

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    If the tolerance on the hole that the bearing goes into is not tight, then there is not much you can do. They probably didn't even have to press them in, upon assembly in Taiwan which is really bad.

    Niner didn't ask any questions when I called them so they are well aware of the issue and probably a little embarrassed by the lack of quality control.

    My new one is really nice and I'm still a big Niner fan, by the way. $hit-happens!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpeltier View Post
    If the tolerance on the hole that the bearing goes into is not tight, then there is not much you can do. They probably didn't even have to press them in, upon assembly in Taiwan which is really bad.

    Niner didn't ask any questions when I called them so they are well aware of the issue and probably a little embarrassed by the lack of quality control.

    My new one is really nice and I'm still a big Niner fan, by the way. $hit-happens!!!
    yep onwards and up ) last resort would be useing a coke can thin strip and shim it . What do you think ? I'm haveing trouble getting my hands on the good loctite stuff and to be honest I just don't see that working play is just to much

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    I believe Niner is still honoring warranties for the 2013 frames that are for sale online. If
    yours looks new, maybe you could ask them to take a look at it. They may be sticklers about original owners only but it is worth a shot. They should take pride in their products and fix if it's their fault. Maybe they got more rear triangles in also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpeltier View Post
    I believe Niner is still honoring warranties for the 2013 frames that are for sale online. If
    yours looks new, maybe you could ask them to take a look at it. They may be sticklers about original owners only but it is worth a shot. They should take pride in their products and fix if it's their fault. Maybe they got more rear triangles in also.
    cheers fella

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    Does anyone have information about the new Jet9 Carbon colors? I was all set on Moondust Gray but found out it's not available. Even other colors seem to only be available in Tamale OR Orange. Would love to know when they are releasing new colors before I buy a color I'm not in love with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpeltier View Post
    I believe Niner is still honoring warranties for the 2013 frames that are for sale online. If
    yours looks new, maybe you could ask them to take a look at it. They may be sticklers about original owners only but it is worth a shot. They should take pride in their products and fix if it's their fault. Maybe they got more rear triangles in also.
    hi I sorted the bearings with proper loctite and a shime in one side seems sorted. I ALLSO spoke to niner via email turns out my frame is 2011 I was shocked as the frame is like new . Anyway bearing sorted . Only thing to get sorted now is the shock I read somwhere the rear shock on the 2011 modal had a pure tune and I must agree it's pooooo )

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    How much psi are most of you putting in the rear shock on the older JET 9 ? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2013megaAM View Post
    How much psi are most of you putting in the rear shock on the older JET 9 ? Thanks
    Rather than psi, it is more about the amount of sag based on one's weight which you measure with the o ring.


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    What he said... But, others here (several pages back in this thread) have said around .66 to .70 times your body weight in lbs will get you in the ballpark.

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    Cheers . I've set that up about 25% im useing . I just find it bobs/ dives a lot when standing

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    .66 is where I started and close to where I ended up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2013megaAM View Post
    Cheers . I've set that up about 25% im useing . I just find it bobs/ dives a lot when standing
    Sounds like the shock may need to be rebuilt.

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    Yes I'm thinking the same . I did read that my frame 2011 has a badly tuned shock . I'm finding it really hard to find a good set up .i get the right sag .i find the shock feels dead does not track well atall .if I drop psi then it sure feels better but then you botton out very very easy RP23 im not that sure if all the setting are working .it has open and if you flick the bue switch it then gos very firm . Pro pedal set to 2

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    Same here.

    Quote Originally Posted by yourdaguy View Post
    .66 is where I started and close to where I ended up.

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    Does anyone know the shock size please eye to eye and stroke . Looking a service price I may aswell buy a new 2015 Rock shox monarch

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    Quote Originally Posted by shdown75 View Post
    Please post pictures and set up of your JET 9's
    OFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-1st-shake-down-6-.jpg
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 2014/Medium/Licorice
    -Rear Shock: FOX Kashima Coat CTD / 115psi
    -Fork: FOX Kashima Coat CTD Float 32 120mm / 115psi
    -Wheels: Easton EC 90 XC
    -Stem: Easton EC 90 SL 90mm, 6 deg rise, 1 spacer underneath.
    -Seatpost: Easton EC 70
    -Handlebar: Easton EC 70 XC lo-rise
    -Grips: Ergon
    -Brake Setup: Avid Elixir 7, KCNC Rotors 160mm front, 140mm rear.
    -Drivetrain Setup: 2X10 SRAM X0 crankset 39/26T, Shifters SRAM front X7, rear SRAM X0, Cassette XG-1080 11-36T
    -Saddle: WTB Rocket V SLT Ti
    -Tires: Stanís The Raven 2.0
    -Pedals: Canfield Brothers Crampon Ultimates
    -Build Weight: 23.5 lbs ready to shred!

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    -Rider Height 5'10"
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    Wow that's really nice .how does the fox ctd shock work ? I could do with that shock on mine so I'd have a middle setting . How much was the frame if you don't mind me asking. I like my 2011 jet 9 so much im really thinking of upgradeing to yours

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    Large grey/blaze yellow 2015 Jet 9 RDO
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    I was thinking the same thing. Man, is that a sweet looking bike and I would sure like to upgrade from my aluminum Jet9 and shave 4-5 lbs....but at what price? Would you mind throwing some costing out there? The Rip9 RDO frames are pretty affordable online but haven't seen many Jet's on sale.

    Thanks and happy holidays everyone. I heard Santa is stopping at the Niner factory soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2013megaAM View Post
    How much was the frame if you don't mind me asking.
    Year end close out from PricePoint - $2,017 delivered to my door.
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    Here's my older JET9

    2011 size M
    Sram X0 carbon cranks hope BB
    XT brakes
    Haven 55mm stem
    Raceface carbon bars( SANTA has them )
    Fox 34 talas 140mm travel ( long I know )
    Crank brothers colbolt 3 wheels
    Rock shox reverb
    XT clutch rear mech
    XTR shifter
    XT race Spd pedals
    Fox RP23 flout running 110psi im 160lbs
    Running 80psi in the forks
    Maxxis 2.2 ardent
    I know my forks are 140mm but it seems to work bloody great handling is spot on OFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-image.jpgOFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-image.jpgOFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-image.jpgOFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-image.jpg

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    Jet9 Carbon Question

    I've been saving and saving and I'm finally ready to buy a Jet 9 Carbon. Pretty sure it doesn't exist but has anyone seen any Large frame's preferably in a 4 Star Build? I want to go with a 120mm fork and on Niner's website it shows the 4 star with a 120mm pike but on every site I'm coming across they all have Float's with 100mm. Maybe someone has some insight on it... I'd love to scoop up an outgoing model year at a discount so I can get a better bike but if I have to I'll just grab a new one when they release the new colorways and builds.

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    OFFICIAL:  JET9 Picture and Setup Thread-p1190080a.jpg

    Ive struggled to get the cockpit right, maybe its the seat tube angle, but with some taller saddles like a Pure or Laser it seemed I needed a setback post. The PF so far hasnt creaked, the 120 fork is perfect. Those are some 'DH' carbon rims, they ride stout & solid. Great bike!

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    Big kahuna has xo1 jet carbons on close out

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    OFFICIAL: JET9 Picture and Setup Thread

    Originally at 24lbs with pedals

    New weighing in at about 22lbs with pedals

    Originally 4star build, upgraded to several XTR comps

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    Anyone have a Pike 120mm on their J9RDO and what do you think? I'm thinking of swapping out my Sid RCT3 120mm for a Pike 120mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasinoKiD View Post
    Anyone have a Pike 120mm on their J9RDO and what do you think? I'm thinking of swapping out my Sid RCT3 120mm for a Pike 120mm.
    I've raced my jet rdo with 100mm.
    I've done some very aggressive trail riding with my pike at 120mm.
    Hands down the bike was 10 times better with the pike. Imo
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    I have thealloy jet. Accidentally ended up with 110 fork. It's the best handling most neutral of all my bikes.

    Tapatalk upgrade is much better!
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Just a couple cell phone snaps of the niner while riding in my neighborhood.

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    Cool tell us more about your build.
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    2x10 XT build, Saint Pedals.
    Easton EA70 Wheels & Easton Cockpit/Seatpost.
    Fizik Saddle

    I did opt for a 32 FLOAT 29 120 FIT CTD vs 100m RS.

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    First trail ride. The bike was fantastic. Efficient and light. Had some trouble climbing while on power the front tire lifted. Maybe my fault. Improper positioning.

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    Update the bike with Hope Hubs and Stans Flow EX rims.
    Went for a test ride on a trail that has sections of rock, clay, top soil, roots, & mud.
    Very happy with the wheels vs the Easton's I had on the bike.
    The bike is much more in control on corners and when climbing. I imagine this is from a stiffer wheel over all.

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    My new Jet 9 RDO

    just finished my 2015 Jet 9 RDO build, which replaced a 2012 Jet 9. It weighs 25.5 as you see it, i'm not sure how I would get much more off it without inappropriate tires. I am running a Hans Dampf Front Racing Ralph rear, Fox 120mm fork, Crossmax wheels. I can't wait to ride it but we just got more snow again yesterday in NJ so it may be a few weeks before it melts and things dry off from our over the top winter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bamxiv View Post
    Originally at 24lbs with pedals

    New weighing in at about 22lbs with pedals

    Originally 4star build, upgraded to several XTR comps

    New 2015 MAVIC crossmaxx SL 29ers (1560g)

    Continental XKings 2.4





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    How's the rear clearance on the 2.4s? I'd like to run them on my alloy jet, but niner says the alloy rear triangle only has clearance for 2.35 (as opposed to 2.4 for the rdo)

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    Nope, still looks long, even to me. My other bikes don't look this extreme. Still, I'm loving the bike.
    Hey, I'm exactly your height with long legs and my pic make the seatpost look higher than what it is as well. Just purchased a Jet RDO in a large too. how many inches is the seatpost extended? Enjoy and ride on!!!

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    This is a great pedaling fun bike.


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    Good job! 2014 Niner Jet 9 Carbon Large XX1/XO1

    Built up my 2014 Niner Jet 9 Carbon Large
    XX1 Crank and Chain
    XO1 Cassette, Derailleur, and Shifter
    XT Brakes 203mm front/180mm rear
    Easton EA90 wheels tubeless with Nobby Nics (Front 2.35/Rear 2.25)

    Weighs in at 25lb 7 oz.

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    I was riding a 2011 Specialized Camber Elite 29er (upgraded to XT 2x10).
    The more I ride the Jet 9, the more I feel the differences. I thought it was about 10% better in climbing efficiency when I did a 1 hour demo ride. But now that i own one, and have it all tuned and adjusted to my liking with about 100 miles riden, it's closer to 20% better, and I now just leave the rear shock open without feeling there is any pedaling penalty and the added grip is sweet.

    Love it!

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    2015 Specialized WC Epic | 2016 Specialized Epic

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    Quote Originally Posted by bopApocalypse View Post
    How's the rear clearance on the 2.4s? I'd like to run them on my alloy jet, but niner says the alloy rear triangle only has clearance for 2.35 (as opposed to 2.4 for the rdo)
    The continentals actually run a little narrow. So the 2.4s actually fit pretty well.


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    I had 2,3 Gatos on my 2014 Aluminum Jet for a while. Was enough clearance. I think a 2,4 tire would fit too, it might be a little close though.

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    Hi Jet riders,

    I wanted to get some opinions... I'm thinking about buying a used small Jet RDO frame for my wife as her first 29er. She is about 5'9" and rides a 16.5" Trek WSD 26er. I wanted it to be on the smaller side so that is still feels easily maneuverable and sporty for her. She isn't more leg or upper body than the other. I have a SID XX 120 that I would put on it.

    The Niner website says that 5'9" is the top size for the small Jet9. What do you guys think about fit; Am I way off or is she going to be okay? I've never owned a Niner and I can't find the geo numbers for her Trek as its discontinued.

    Any opinions?

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    She is on the upper limits for a small, But it will work fine.

    my wife is 5'2 & rides a small & we had to shrink the cockpit as much as we could for her to like it.

    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    Hi Jet riders,

    I wanted to get some opinions... I'm thinking about buying a used small Jet RDO frame for my wife as her first 29er. She is about 5'9" and rides a 16.5" Trek WSD 26er. I wanted it to be on the smaller side so that is still feels easily maneuverable and sporty for her. She isn't more leg or upper body than the other. I have a SID XX 120 that I would put on it.

    The Niner website says that 5'9" is the top size for the small Jet9. What do you guys think about fit; Am I way off or is she going to be okay? I've never owned a Niner and I can't find the geo numbers for her Trek as its discontinued.

    Any opinions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzanic View Post
    She is on the upper limits for a small, But it will work fine.

    my wife is 5'2 & rides a small & we had to shrink the cockpit as much as we could for her to like it.
    Cool, thanks. Yeah, I don't want it to feel too big at all with the bigger wheels. I set her bike up with shorter stems and shoulder with bars, as I'm a firm believer in that feel and would be easy to lengthen if she needed.
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    Generally women specific bikes have longer top tube and shorter seat tube. This is to account for the fact that a similar height woman will have a relatively longer torso and shorter legs because their hips are offset more. You will probably be fine but not by putting a long stem on it (I hate that feeling- the bars move so far in the arc that I think I am driving a semi). You can solve this by giving her a more upright position (which many prefer anyway). So if the cockpit seems a little tight, instead of getting a longer stem, move it up and flip it so that it has more rise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    I've never owned a Niner and I can't find the geo numbers for her Trek as its discontinued.
    Google is your FRIEND. As well as HERE.

    At you least you should be able to dig up some things. You could also measure her bike yourself to compare.

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    Hey Guys,

    A quick question before I call my LBS (which in this case the local Niner Dealer is 2hrs away). I picked up my 2014 Jet 9 RDO frame yesterday and in my excitement I did not notice I was missing a headset. So I was on the Niner Site to see what else I might have been missing and it is updated to 2015 so am not sure if the items they list for 2015 are the same for 2014.

    Can someone with a 2014 let me know what their bike came with from Niner?

    I know there is supposed to be the shock, headset, seat collar and derailleur hanger, all I got was the shock, seat collar and derailleur hanger.

    According to the current Niner site it says:
    Shock
    Headset
    YAWYD Cap
    Seat Collar
    Maxle

    Thanks,
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    Pretty sure it does not come with a headset or a YAWYD Cap.

    Just frame, shock, maxle, seat collar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodstockMTB View Post
    Pretty sure it does not come with a headset or a YAWYD Cap.

    Just frame, shock, maxle, seat collar.
    You are correct, talked to the store Sunday and Maxle, collar and hanger, they are shipping the maxle today.

    Headset and BB come with the Frame Kit which is optional (and I did not need).

    Started the build yesterday, took my time as I was stripping my Air 9 RDO and moving the parts over.

    I'll do a complete build write up later, but here is a teaser pic;

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    Mounting a Lefty on the Jet is a bit tricky due to the headtube length but it all fits after talking to Jake at Project 321. My Maxle should arrive tomorrow or Thurs and my rear hub adapter parts (Wed is a holiday here) so it will be finished on Friday for sure!

    Now I'm just waiting for the adapter for my rear hub for the Maxle... tracking says Monday, keeping my fingers crossed for tomorrow, too bad I can't go get it from the postal distribution centre, I'm off tomorrow and it is only a 40min drive away!

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    p.s. - no need to add another post, my-not-so-LBS shipped the MAXLE and the little bolt that holds on the derailleur hanger as it was also missing, in the package they included a couple Niner sticker and an extra derailleur hanger can't complain with that at all!
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    All my parts arrived earlier than expected, build is complete! couple pictures and then took a quick shake down run to the park and back, looking forward to the trails tomorrow!

    Here is the build list;

    Niner Jet 9 RDO
    Niner Carbon RDO bar
    Thompson Elite i4 70mm stem
    Cane Creek 110 Headset
    Carbon Lefty Fork
    Stans Arch front rim
    Project 321 front Lefty Hub
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph tire
    Niner Carbon Seat Post
    Specialized Phenom Elite Seat
    Chris King PF BB
    Rotor 3D Crank with 34T chainring
    Time Atac pedals with Ti spindles
    Hope Tech x2 Brakes with floating rotors, Steel braided lines
    SRAM X11 Rear Derailleur
    SRAM x11 chain
    Stan's Crest Rim
    Kenda Slant 6 Tire
    Project 321 rear hub with i9 Sram 11sp Freehub conversion
    whole bunch of Ti bolts! in particular the bottom shock mount is a full length smooth shaft shoulder Ti.

    Total weight = 24.3lbs

    In a couple weeks I'm going for the 3hr Specialized Bike Fit (Body Geometry Fit) so it will get tweaked then with bar width, etc...

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    Clean cockpit;

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    Looking to try a new fork on my 2014 Jet 9 RDO. Looking at the new 2016 Fox 34 and the Rockshox Pike.

    Cost is the same and I am leaning towards the new Fox as they are being very highly reviewed. I have a 140mm Pike on my 2011 RIP alloy and love it. Based on the reviews the new Fox 34 is delivering the same performance at a lower weight. I think that makes it a great match for the Jet.

    I definitely ride my Jet as a trail bike vs racing XC (I don't race, I much prefer to hit every jump, gap on the trail vs finding the fastest path). I have a 2011 Fox 32 120mm on there now. It is OK but nothing compared to the feeling of my Pike and the Fox needs an overhaul and I don't feel like putting more $ into it vs buying something significantly better.

    Do I want to go with a 44m or 51mm offset? Any opinions? I think 51 is more what I am looking for?

    Thanks for any input.
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    This is my Jet 9 RDO, with all those parts my bike weight still at 24lbs , it's quite heavy. what's wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by hahaboy View Post
    This is my Jet 9 RDO, with all those parts my bike weight still at 24lbs , it's quite heavy. what's wrong

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    Spreadsheet. Weigh every part (or look it up) and enter it into your spreadsheet with a sum function in the column to total up the weights. You can easily see where weight could be saved if your concern is to go sub 24 pounds. Wheels, tires, saddle, grips, bars, seatpost, derailleur, cranks/BB, pedals, frame, stem, headset, fork, brakes, rotors, cables, saddle bag, computer, bottle cage, etc.

    I have two columns, one in grams and one in pounds that automatically update as I plug and play with new components (or see what it would weigh if I changed component X or X, Y, and Z). Here's an example of the spreadsheet (this bike has nothing to do with yours, just showing you the Excel spreadsheet example I use for my bikes)...



    I have a digital scale to weigh small parts, and a big Alpine scale to weigh the entire bike.



    Bike pictured above as listed in the spreadsheet. I've moved on with carbon wheels (100g lighter), a different saddle (lighter), longer stem (same brand a bit heavier) and currently am running the Specialized Renegade 2.3 S-Works tires (100g heavier than the listed tires in the spreadsheet). All in all a wash, bike still weighs 25 and change.

    Again, nothing to do with your JET RDO, but just showing you with the Spreadsheet how one knows where the weight is and isn't to come up with the total overall weight of the bike.

    Bike today...


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    $1600 for a 2014 carbon frame, from Competitive Cyclist. Is this a good deal? 2015s/2016s any different? Cheapest that I've come across.

    Pricepoint has it in Moondust, for $100 cheaper. I think that's 2013/2014?

    I had a 2010, so thinking about building up a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtDiver View Post
    $1600 for a 2014 carbon frame? Is this a good deal? 2015s/2016s any different? Cheapest that I've come across.

    Niner Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 | Competitive Cyclist
    Looks to have the new rear der routing but not the 12x142 through axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtDiver View Post
    $1600 for a 2014 carbon frame? Is this a good deal? 2015s/2016s any different? Cheapest that I've come across.

    Niner Jet 9 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame - 2014 | Competitive Cyclist
    New to the forum and just built up a 2014 Jet 9 Carbon. I was able to snag one on SteepandCheap for $1153.99. Might want keep checking if they run that sale again.

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    What are the grey things next to your grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoppellStereo View Post
    What are the grey things next to your grips?
    Depends on who you are asking?! if me, they are T.O.G.S. and I think they are great!

    Took 5min to install and another 5 of sandpaper and dremel to smooth the underside where the bolt goes through. There is nothing wrong with it, but the inside of my thumb hit the square edge once while fiddling with the position so I smoothed it out. I have no idea of it is in the same position now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    Depends on who you are asking?! if me, they are T.O.G.S. and I think they are great!

    Took 5min to install and another 5 of sandpaper and dremel to smooth the underside where the bolt goes through. There is nothing wrong with it, but the inside of my thumb hit the square edge once while fiddling with the position so I smoothed it out. I have no idea of it is in the same position now.

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    Those are sweet! I might have to get some!

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    Jet 9 RDO

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoppellStereo View Post
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    That is sweet!!!
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    This is my wife's bike, so maybe she'll chime in here, but otherwise:

    Jet 9 Carbon Small
    Pike 120mm RTC3
    Fox CTD Rear
    Chris King Hubs
    Stans Arch Rims
    KS Lev dropper (routed through the FD internal holes)
    Niner Carbon Bars
    Xt Brakes
    SRAM X1
    Schwalbe Rocket Rons

    Seems to ride alright

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    nice ride...

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    Here's my newly built 2014

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    WoW! Nice

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    Jet9 RDO with Fox 34 fork with replacement grey stickers.

    The Fox 34 is nice. Replaced an 11 Fox 32. No weight penalty. Much stiffer, way better all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    Depends on who you are asking?! if me, they are T.O.G.S. and I think they are great!

    Took 5min to install and another 5 of sandpaper and dremel to smooth the underside where the bolt goes through. There is nothing wrong with it, but the inside of my thumb hit the square edge once while fiddling with the position so I smoothed it out. I have no idea of it is in the same position now.

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    I bought some TOGS! Thanks for the heads up on them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoppellStereo View Post
    I bought some TOGS! Thanks for the heads up on them!

    No problem, I can't imagine not having them now!
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    Need a Small, White Aluminum Jet 9 frame... Anyone have any good leads? Looking for a good deal since they seem to be on the way out..

    In the mean time.. Here's some Jet Porn.


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    Found one, so looking forward to building a ride for my wife!

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    Nice frame. Are you going to use 1x drivetrain?

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    Yep!
    1x10 probably..

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