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    A trophy bike is easier to maintain than a trophy car. Both are easier to maintain than a trophy wife.

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    Shrek

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    Meet Shrek. Weighed in at 10.85kg/ 23.9lbs

    Large Jet 9 RDO
    Fox Talas 29 120mm
    SRAM XX1 Drivetrain
    Magura MT6 brakes with Shimano Ice-Tech 180/160 rotors
    Enve 29XC wheelset (DT 240S)
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25F, Racing Ralph 2.25R
    Thomson X-4 50mm stem
    Niner Seatpost and 710mm flat top bar
    Selle Italia SLR Superflow 145
    ODI TLD lock-on grips
    HT ME03T pedals
    A trophy bike is easier to maintain than a trophy car. Both are easier to maintain than a trophy wife.

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    nice to see so many Jet 9 RDOs here!
    A trophy bike is easier to maintain than a trophy car. Both are easier to maintain than a trophy wife.

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    2013 Jet 9 RDO in Niner Green

    Meet Shrek. Weighed in at 10.85kg/ 23.9lbs.
    RDO pics!-1-img_0451.jpg

    Large Jet 9 RDO
    Fox Talas 29 120mm
    SRAM XX1 Drivetrain
    Magura MT6 brakes with Shimano Ice-Tech 180/160 rotors
    Enve 29XC wheelset (DT 240S)
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25F, Racing Ralph 2.25R
    Thomson X-4 50mm stem
    Niner Seatpost and 710mm flat top bar
    Selle Italia SLR Superflow 145
    ODI TLD lock-on grips
    HT ME03T pedals
    A trophy bike is easier to maintain than a trophy car. Both are easier to maintain than a trophy wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzanic View Post
    Mine has some pretty good gear on it & it's not down in the weights that some claim.

    Maybe I need new scales.
    Maybe i should remove the bottle top off the YAWYD and re weigh it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewfuzzy View Post
    Maybe i should remove the bottle top off the YAWYD and re weigh it.
    My medium is right at 23lb [EDIT: it was at 22.9 as in my sig, but I switched to a wider bar, and need to update], I have one "heavy" component on the entire bike, where I could save ~90-100g. Loosing a chainring and a shifter would "possibly" get me to 22.5 lb's. Any JetRDO that is at 22.0lbs is incredible.
    '12 Jet 9 RDO 22.9 lb
    '14 Rip 9 | Pike 140mm tbd
    10 Sanderson Soloist 23.8 lb Stolen
    '09 Hammer 29'er 20.5 lb

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    Here she is. 95% Complete. Hope she rides as good as she looks.

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    My Large RDO freshly built a few month ago..
    Bathroom scale test right at 25.5lbs

    XX1
    XT Brakes
    Flows / i9 Torch Classic hubs
    Nobby Nic / Racing Ralph
    Fox 32 CTD 120mm
    Easton Haven Bar n Stem
    Thomson Elite Seatpost
    WTB Volt Team
    ODI Rogue Grips
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    Nice bike.

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    It's just a blast to ride. Trying to resist getting a dropper post and going with a shorter stem. hate my OCD

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    Quote Originally Posted by schocka View Post
    It's just a blast to ride. Trying to resist getting a dropper post and going with a shorter stem. hate my OCD
    Don't fight it, I put a dropper on mine & a shorter stem.

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    Ya, i know.. the boss lady beats me home every day after work. so it's tuff to sneak in new toys. Bday is coming up so maybe i can get a pass

    Depending on the day i am between 6'2-6'3 so i may try out 70mm stem on my L RDO.

    Been looking at droppers for a while, leaning towards the KS Lev or the Thomson.

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    Sell her on the added safety on down hills.

    I use Reverbs, But have a look at the fox doss as well.

    It has a double lever so you can drop a little when needed or a lot, Most of the time when I drop mine I only drop it 1 1/2 inches & the full amount now and again.

    Quote Originally Posted by schocka View Post
    Ya, i know.. the boss lady beats me home every day after work. so it's tuff to sneak in new toys. Bday is coming up so maybe i can get a pass

    Depending on the day i am between 6'2-6'3 so i may try out 70mm stem on my L RDO.

    Been looking at droppers for a while, leaning towards the KS Lev or the Thomson.

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    RDO pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by schocka View Post
    My Large RDO freshly built a few month ago..
    Bathroom scale test right at 25.5lbs

    XX1
    XT Brakes
    Flows / i9 Torch Classic hubs
    Nobby Nic / Racing Ralph
    Fox 32 CTD 120mm
    Easton Haven Bar n Stem
    Thomson Elite Seatpost
    WTB Volt Team
    ODI Rogue Grips
    Looks Bad Ass!!! Really like the white ones! I love the set up, XT brakes are awesome!

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    Rothrock state forest in Pennsylvania. The RDO is perfect for the rock gardens and terrain here.
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    Loving my Niner

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    I have some more around here somewhere.. Fun Bike!!!

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    My RDO

    This is my current fast XC ride. Love it.
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    RDO pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by JammerNinerBoxx View Post
    This is my current fast XC ride. Love it.
    Me gusta tu bicicleta jammer!!
    apparently share the same taste!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JammerNinerBoxx View Post
    This is my current fast XC ride. Love it.
    Nice bike.

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    How are those torch wheels holding up?
    Single Track Rules!

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    Great! I'm 185 all suited up and haven't had any problems. Stiff and lite weight.

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    great pics here!

    I find it strange that almost nobody installs a remote for their rear shock on their Jet.
    Do you guys change the lever manually every time or do you keep it on trail modus all the time?

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    Trail setting unless there's a stupid steep climb, or a long fast fire road.

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    I keep mine in trail mode most of the time. I never use the climb setting since I find the CVA suspension to do an adequate job on minimizing bob in the trail setting and I like a little squish for technical climbs. I will throw in over to descend mode if I know I'm going to bomb down a gnarly technical descent.

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