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  1. #26
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    Sorry for taking so long to answer a bit of computer assisted graphics - there was a small dowel holding it up.

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    My RIP

    Denver, Colorado
    -Main purpose: AM/XC
    -Trail location/terrain: Colorado Front Range, steep ups and downs, rocky
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 07/Large/Blue
    -Rider Weight: 200
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'2"/35"
    -Stem (length/rise): Thomson 120mm, 0 degree,
    -Seatpost: Thomson Straight
    -Saddle: Specialized Phenom
    -Handlebar: Easton lo-rise carbon
    -ESI chunky grips
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23, big can
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 145psi, 3 clicks before fastest rebound
    -Fork: Manitou Minute, 120 mm
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): 110 lbs, 1 click on platform, fast rebound
    -Brake Setup: XTR 966, 6" rotors
    -Drivetrain Setup: XTR 966, 180 mm cranks, 12-34 cassette.
    -Tires: Maxxis Ignitor front, Crossmark rear, set up Stan'ed tubeless
    -Wheels: WTB Lite hubs, DT spokes/nipples, Stan Arch rims, Salsa skewers.
    -Pedals: Time Atac carbon
    -King Ti cage
    -Build Weight: 28.2 lbs

    -Other 29er bikes owned: Orbea Lanza, I also have a Bianchi Rita
    -Mileage on RIP9: No Clue
    -Future Changes: Will change brakes,shifters soon.
    -Comments, etc: I just like the bike, solid all around.
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    Purpose-built for going fast

    Quote Originally Posted by Lothar Othp
    OK, here it is.

    The (current) build:

    LO
    Just a few tweaks.

    36t x 11-34t 1x9
    Candy Ti pedals
    ACX TLR front tire

    25.7#

    I could dump ~1lb with lighter brakes, but the BB7's just work too good. Maybe a lighter saddle, but this one is comfy. Maybe a 2009 Reba...which is a definite possibility. The 1x9 is perfect and covers all of the terrain I ride.

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    Jefe's Budget Rip 9

    Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): FUN
    -Trail location/terrain: Front Range Colorado, 3-Sisters out back door (80%+ of all rides)
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 07/XL/Blue
    -Rider Weight: 205
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'4"/36"
    -Stem (length/rise): Ritchy Pro, 120mm, 6 deg pos. 10mm stacked Spacers
    -Seatpost: Race Face Deus
    -Seat: WTB something, cheapest most comfy seat ever
    -Handlebar: Easton Monkey Lite Low Rise, lock on grips, and mini bar ends
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 145psi
    -Fork: Reba 100mm
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): 140psi
    -Brake Setup: XTR levers - BB7’s Brakes
    -Drivetrain Setup: Race Face Evolve XC Cranks, SRAM Cassette, LX shifters and Derailleur’s
    -Tires: Rampage Rear/Jones Front
    -Wheels: Bontrager Race Wheels, really crappy skewers
    -Build Weight: 30.4 lbs on good bike scale

    -Other 29er bikes owned: Voodoo Dambala
    -Mileage on RIP9: 60 (Built weekend before last)
    -Future Changes: Hmmmm…..120mm fork, Tubeless wheelset, but not any time soon.
    -Comments, etc:The bike climbs faster than voodoo dambala, and steering is much quicker (but the voodoo required a 140mm stem to fit me). My 1st full suspension after twenty years of riding, not as big a difference as expected, but I am still tweeking the suspension. I also think I may need to remove some of the head tube spacers. Strange, that with such a long top tube and 120mm stem, I still feel a tad cramped, especially while hard braking. I am stoked on my decision to buy this bike, it appears it will last the test of time in both design and construction. The XL is also the biggest bike I have ever seen, but doesn’t ride like that. Finally, between the Rip 9 frame this year and using parts bought last year for my dambala, my cost total cost is $2300. Not bad.

    Edited: to remove comment not particularly important to this post.
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    -Trail location/terrain: Canadian Rockies/kananaskis country
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 08/large/blue
    -Rider Weight: 235
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'4"/35"
    -Stem (length/rise): thomson 90mm
    -Seatpost: thomson 410mm
    -Handlebar: syncros bulk race 20mm rise
    -grips: egron enduro
    -headset: hope
    -Rear Shock: fox rp23
    -Rear settings 170psi
    -Fork: manitou 120
    -Fork settings 150psi, 1 click of platform
    -Brake Setup: hayes stroker trail 8" front, 7"rear
    -Drivetrain Setup: xt cranks, xt fd, sram x9 rd and shifters, sram 34-11 980
    -Tires: panaracer rampage
    -Wheels: stans flows, hope hubs 36 hole, haven't gone tubeless yet.
    -pedals: time roc atac
    -Build Weight: 30-32lbs on bathroom scale

    only have 3 rides on it so for and it rocks. it pedals so well, but is also very playful, can't wait to get allot more miles on her.



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    ok i'll play`

    -Trail location/terrain: Canadian Rockies, far backcountry
    -Frame Year/Size: 07 small
    -Rider Weight: 155
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 5'6"
    -Handlebar: groovy cycles
    -grips: lockon
    -headset: king
    -Rear Shock: fox rp23
    -Rear settings 115psi
    -Fork: manitou 120
    -Fork settings 110psi
    -Brake Setup: stroker trails
    -Drivetrain Setup: xt cranks, xt fd, xtr rd and shifters
    -Tires: rampage/fireXC
    -Wheels: stans flows, king hubs 36 hole
    -Build Weight: 30lbs

    fast, smooth and stable.
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    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    RIP in Germany

    Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): XC and trail cruising
    -Trail location/terrain: Düsseldorf/Bergisches Land, Germany, fast singletrack, short but frequent up- and downhills.
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 07/Large/Blue - Version 1.2 (with extra reinforcement gusset at the rear of the seattube)
    -Rider Weight: 190
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'5"/35,5"
    -Stem (length/rise): Thomson Elite, 120mm, 5 deg., no spacers.
    -Seatpost: USE Sumo straigt with 1cm layback
    -Handlebar: Salsa Pro Moto 11°bend
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 135psi, standard setting rebound (4 clicks)
    -Fork: Reba Race @ 100mm with remote poploc
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): 135/145psi pos/neg.
    -Brake Setup: Formula Oro K24, 7" rotors front and rear.
    -Drivetrain Setup: 3x9, SRAM X9 rear derailleur, Middleburn cranks (175mm). Blackspire rings with 22,32,42t, crankbrothers cobalt CroMo bottom bracket.
    -Tires: Maxxis Ignitor 2,1" rear, Panaracer Rampage 2,35" front
    -Wheels: NoTubes ZTR Arch 29er with Hope Pro 2 hubs
    -Build Weight: no idea

    -Other 29er bikes owned: Niner Air9
    -Mileage on RIP9: constantly growing...
    -Future Changes: Easton EA 70 mid-rise handlebar. In the distant future probably a fork with more travel.
    -Comments, etc: Fun bike! Easy to climb with, smile-inducing on descends. A bit slow on the plains. This bike boosts my confidence in technical terrain!


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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead!

    Megalow_Maniac, are you kidding 6'5" and riding a Large I just can't believe that being you're 3" taller than me I couldn't imagine riding anything but an XL, not to mention if I was 3" taller.

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    6'3" 240# 36" Inseam

    Large RIP9
    Full XTR Kit (except XT cassette for durability) (shadow low normal rear derailler)
    Formula The One Brakes
    Thompson 100x0 stem
    GSA Gravity Mid Rise Carbon Bars
    White Bros Fluid 135 fork
    King Hubs (Stainless rear, 20mm TA front)
    Stans ZTR Flow Rims
    Panaracer Rampage 2.35 w/ Stans
    Maverick Speedball Seatpost (no remote)
    WTB Devo Carbon Saddle

    Builds just a hair under 30# and feels pretty tough.

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    My RIP 9

    - Main purpose- All mountain
    - trail location- Southern California, Loose over hard, rocky and technical up and down.
    - 07 Rip 9, Blue, Med.
    -Rider weight- 180 with gear.
    - 5' 10"/ 32 and a half inseam.
    - 100 mm 0 rise Thomson
    - Thomson
    - Specialized carbon riser.
    - Fox RP23
    - My settings on the shock change from time to time. Not sure what is in there now.
    - Fox 100 RLC
    - what ever Fox recommended for my weight.
    - XTR brakes
    -Full XTR drivetrain.
    - Maxxis cross marks 2.0.
    - Mavic c29ssmax disc.
    - Crank brothers twin ti egg beaters.
    - I'm not sure of the weight. I have not had a chance to weigh it yet.
    - Chris King head set.
    Future changes- I will replace the frame when the 09 model comes out. I will also replace the fork with the new Fox 120 at the same time.

    This is the first 29er I have owned and I like it a lot. I have a hard time when I go riding on which bike I want to use. I also have a Maverick ML8 that the Niner fights for riding time.

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    hmm looking at a large, I'm 6-2 34 inseam. I would rather have the bike feel a little to small then to big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leverick
    hmm looking at a large, I'm 6-2 34 inseam. I would rather have the bike feel a little to small then to big.
    You should fit a Large based on this info.

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    I'm 6' 2.5" with 35" inseam, (which, by itself, would put me between L and XL, I think). Given that I'm very comfortable on my XL SIR9, I suppose I should fit an XL RIP9 as well?

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    My new RIP

    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): XC
    -Trail location/terrain: Southern Oregon, xc trails
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 07/Medium/Hi-Ho Silver
    -Rider Weight: 165
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 5'10"/32"
    -Stem (length/rise): Thompson X4, 70mm, 0 deg. 5mm spacer underneath.
    -Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece Straight
    -Saddle: WTB Silverado Ti
    -Handlebar: Easton Hi-rise carbon CNT
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 130psi, 2 clicks before fastest rebound
    -Fork: Maverick SC32
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.):
    -Brake Setup: '08 XTR Hydro
    -Drivetrain Setup: '08 XTR.
    -Pedals: Crank Bros Candi Ti
    -Tires: WTB Exiwolf 2.3
    -Wheels: Rear, DT Swiss 340, Front Maveric Hub, Dt Swiss Rims
    -Build Weight: 28.10

    -Other 29er bikes owned: Have a One9, had Turner 5-Spot and Flux
    -Mileage on RIP9: None Yet
    -Future Changes: Maybe upgrade the rear hub someday
    -Comments, etc: Will post some with pic soon

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    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): AM
    -Trail location/terrain: South Texas, xc trails
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 08/XL/Atomic
    -Rider Weight: 205
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'6"/37"
    -Stem (length/rise): Thompson X4, 100mm, 0 deg.
    -Seatpost: Thomson Elite Straight
    -Saddle: WTB Rocket V
    -Handlebar: Salsa Riser
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): Still tuning
    -Fork: F29 120mm
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): Still tuning
    -Brake Setup: '08 BB7
    -Drivetrain Setup: '08 XT. 180mm cranks. Shadow Der.
    -Pedals: Crank Bros Candy
    -Tires: Kenda Karma
    -Wheels: Hope Pro II to Velocity Blunts
    -Build Weight: ???

    -Other 29er bikes owned: None
    -Mileage on RIP9: 15mi
    -Future Changes: Layback seatpost may be in there somewhere
    -Comments, etc: I posted it other places, but here is the full spec.

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    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): XC/AM
    -Trail location/terrain: Southwest Finland; rocks and roots, fairly wet for much of the year
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 08/XL/Silver
    -Rider Weight: 180ish
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'2.5"/35"
    -Stem (length/rise): FCF 90mm, 10deg
    -Seatpost: Thomson Elite Setback
    -Saddle: SI Flite
    -Handlebar: Easton EA70, low rise
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 140 (still tuning)
    -Fork: Manitou Minute 120mm
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): ~100 (still tuning)
    -Brake Setup: Formula Oro K24
    -Drivetrain Setup: RaceFace Atlas AM crankset, X9 shifters&rear der, X7 front der
    -Pedals: Shimano 520
    -Tires: Panaracer Rampage
    -Wheels: SunRingle DiscOFlea 29"
    -Build Weight: no idea

    -Other 29er bikes owned: Niner SIR9, Salsa Dos Niner
    -Mileage on RIP9: 20km
    -Future Changes: None planned
    -Comments, etc: Finished my build last night; first ride this morning. The bike feels just about perfect! I had tons of fun until I trashed my rear derailleur and had to walk home... got a new one now and will ride more tomorrow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Trail
    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): AM
    -Trail location/terrain: South Texas, xc trails
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 08/XL/Atomic
    -Rider Weight: 205
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6'6"/37"
    -Stem (length/rise): Thompson X4, 100mm, 0 deg.
    -Seatpost: Thomson Elite Straight
    -Saddle: WTB Rocket V
    -Handlebar: Salsa Riser
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): Still tuning
    -Fork: F29 120mm
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): Still tuning
    -Brake Setup: '08 BB7
    -Drivetrain Setup: '08 XT. 180mm cranks. Shadow Der.
    -Pedals: Crank Bros Candy
    -Tires: Kenda Karma
    -Wheels: Hope Pro II to Velocity Blunts
    -Build Weight: ???

    -Other 29er bikes owned: None
    -Mileage on RIP9: 15mi
    -Future Changes: Layback seatpost may be in there somewhere
    -Comments, etc: I posted it other places, but here is the full spec.

    hey Chasing Trail,

    Nice RIP what headset are you running? And do you have an fork/downtube clearance issues? thanks

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    It's a Hope headset. No clearance issues at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Trail
    It's a Hope headset. No clearance issues at all.
    Thanks. I'm planning to use a Cane Creek 110 with a F29 120 on a RIP. It looks like the Hope has a pretty low bottom stack so hopefully the CC 110 will work (12mm),

    thanks again

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    2008 Rip9 Large, Blue, Smurfy!

    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc):XC with a lot of rocks
    -Trail location/terrain: Southern California, West San Fernando Valley
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 08 Large Blue
    -Rider Weight:200lb geared up
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 6' 1" 33" inseam
    -Stem (length/rise): Race Face Deus 6 deg 110
    -Headset: King
    -Grips: Ergon GX-1
    -Seatpost: Thompson Elite
    -Saddle:WTB Silverado
    -Handlebar:Race Face Next Carbon
    -Pedals: Time atac
    -Rear Shock: RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 160ish?
    -Fork: WB Fluid 135, 20mm thru axle
    -Fork settings (psi, etc.): It's been too much fun out of the box to mess with yet.
    -Brake Setup: Avid BB7 203 front, 160 rear
    -Drivetrain Setup: X-9 shifters and rear deraileur, XT front, Stylo 3.3 cranks, PG-951 chain and 34/11 SRAM 990 cassette
    -Cables : Jagwire Ripcord
    -Tires:WTB Weirwolf LT 2.55 front and rear
    -Wheels: Hope Pro2 Hubs, 20mm front, laced to WTB Laserdisc Trail 29er, DT comp, 32 cross 3, hand built by yours truly
    -Build Weight: 30
    -Other 29er bikes owned: Specialized S-works FSR
    -Mileage on RIP9: 200
    -Future Changes: Nothing, it's perfect. Okay, maybe the bigger air canister for the RP23, but that's it!
    -Comments, etc: Climbs like nothing else I've ridden, blows the doors off of my old S-works FSR. White Bros coil is so smooth, it soaks up everything. First 29er and I couldn't be happier. For you skiers out there, riding this 29er is like your first run in 2 feet of powder on your new fat skis. Note: I received a note from Niner in the box with my frame stating that 08 frames were only compatible with the XT front derailleur. Just a word of caution. I had an X-7 ready to go and had to swap it with a new XT. Also, definitely use a lizard skin or tape up your chainstay, it gets nicked up quick. I sweated the decision between XL and L. I demo'ed the XL and found the standover height to be a problem (too close to the jewels). Very happy with the Large.

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    hey Guys, if you haven't seen it yet and voted, please check out the RIP9 size thread and cast your vote - 'preciate it
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    Updated RIP

    Just thought I'd post up an updated parts spec and photo as my RIP has gone through some major changes since I first built it up. Current spec is as below, all bolded are changes made. It's pretty much where I want it now, only 2 small changes to be made - swap out the Juicys for my Hope Mono Minis (once they've been rebuilt) and swap in some Hope Floating rotors. Currently running the tyres tubelss and very happy with how easy the Flows were to air up. Initial impression of the Manitou = awesome, love what it does to the geo and handling of the bike and it's SO much stiffer than the REBA.

    XL RIP9 (08)
    Hope Pro2/Stans FLOWS wheels - bolt on SS/Trials rear
    Manitou 120mm TA Fork
    XT M760 cranks
    XT Rapid Fire Shifters
    XT M771 FD
    /M760 RD
    SRAM PG990 cassette
    Shimano M520 pedals
    Thomson 120/0 stem
    Thomson 400mm setback post
    WTB PureV Pro saddle
    Niner FlatTop bar

    Avid Juicy7 brakes
    Ergon GX1 grips
    Hope Headset, Seatclamp & Bar Plugs
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    2008 Medium at Moab, Utah

    -Main purpose (XC, AM, etc): AM/XC
    -Trail location/terrain: Front Range, CO
    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 2008
    -Rider Weight: 180 Nekkid
    -Rider Height/Inseam: 5'11"/ 34" inseam
    -Stem (length/rise): Thonson Elite 100mm w/ 10 deg. rise
    -Grips: ESI Chunky
    -Seatpost: Gravity Dropper
    -Handlebar: Chromag cut to 28”
    -Rear Shock: Stock RP23
    -Rear settings (psi, etc.): 125psi
    -Fork: Reba Team 29er Maxle Lite 120mm
    -Brake Setup: Formula K24 w/ 160mm rotor in back and 185mm in front
    -Drivetrain Setup: 2x9 FSA Team Carbon, X.9 rear derailleur, X.9 Shifters, XT Front Der.
    -Tires: Specialized Captain Control 2Bliss 2.2
    -Wheels: Chris King HD rear, 20mm front, Notubes Flow rims, DT Supercomp spokes
    -Build Weight: 29.15 lbs with pedals
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    Flyer, Dude, couldn't you find somewhere better for an initiation ride for the RIP9? :P :P Damn lucky bugger, bike looks sweet If it was Moi though I'd prob be dropping that stem 10mm+ to help with climbing ability - got my 120/0 thomson w/ NIner flat bar about 8mm off the headset, would like to lower it but already have 10mm above and don't want to cut the steerer more yet.
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    Just finished the winter build. Still need to trim the brake hoses and install the shift cables.


    -Frame Year/Size/Color: 2008 Large Hi-Po Silver
    -Fork: Fox F-29 120mm
    -Headset: Chris King No Threadset 1 1/8 Black
    -Stem (length/rise): Hope 90mm 0 rise 31.8
    -Handlebar: LP Composites Hybrid Yellow Weave Carbon Riser
    -Bar Ends: Singletrack Solutions ST-Pro
    -Grips: ODI Ruffian Lock-on
    -Brakes: Hope Tech M4 Disc brakes
    -Brake Rotors: Hope M4 Floating 203mm/180mm Gold
    -Shifters: SRAM XO trigger
    -Saddle: Koobi PRS-Enduro
    -Seatpost: Thompson Elite Setback 34.9x367mm
    -Seatpost Collar: KCNC MTB Black Flip-lock
    -Rear Shock: Fox RP23
    -Pedals: Crank Bros Candy Ti Black
    -Crankset: Black Race Face Deus XC 175mm Green KCNC bolts
    -Chainrings: Actiontec Ti 20t, Middleburn 34t, BBG Bash
    -Bottom Bracket: Chris King Black 68mm
    -Cassette: SRAM PCG-990 11-34t
    -Chain: SRAM PCG-991 cross link
    -Rear Derailleur: SRAM XO 20th anniversary medium cage
    -Front Derailleur: Shimano XTR M971
    -Cables : Allifgator iLinks
    -Tires: Panaracer Rampage 29x2.35
    -Tubes: Stan's NoTubes solution
    -Hubs: Chris King ISO Disc 32 100/135
    -Skewers: Hope Black Steel Q/R
    -Rims: Stan's ZTR Arch
    -Spokes: DT Competition Black 2.0/1.8/2.0
    -Nipples: DT Brass
    -Build Weight: 29.3 via digital scale
    -Other 29er bikes owned: Surly Karate Monkey
    -Mileage on RIP9: 0
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