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    This was my first bike built from the frame up. Cant get enough of this bike!

    Frame: large RDO with 170 psi in the fox protected by cytoe

    fork: pike 130mm 51* with 80ish psi

    cockpit: turbine 50mm stem - RF next 35 mm handle bars 760 mm wide - slx ice tech brakes - renthal super tacky grips

    drivetrain: xt 11 - 42 with x1 crank 32 tooth up front - spd pedals FWIW

    wheels: niner aluminum take offs swapped from old hardtail

    tires: 2.25 nobby nics 23-27ish psi

    seat/post: wtb saddle / reverb rh lever underneath left side

    only thing i can't decide on is which beer cap to rock
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    Sweet looking Rip 9 RDO. I can't get enough of mine either!


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    The RIP9 Setup Thread (all years, forever and ever)

    Still loving my RIP RDO. Reading forums past year is only time I question it as bike for me. So much holy grail seeking in us it seems - as in "new geometry" 29s are THE RELEVANT bikes. Makes me realize the only thing approximating holy grail is custom frame. The RIP fits me and my riding style and local trails so well. I have long inseam which, due to seat post angle places my weight as far back as I'd be comfortable. I went with XL to get long front with short stem. These have been significant improvements over my size large 2010 RIP 9.

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    Hi All

    I have a 2x10 XT 785 drivetrain on my 14 RIP9 RDO. Looking at switching to 1x11 and using the current cranks.

    To do this I plan to get:
    XT 8000 11x42 cassette
    XT 11sp shifter
    Absolute black oval 32T chainring
    XT 8000 11sp rear derailleur
    11sp Shimano chain


    For anyone with this setup or knowledge, installation "should be" very straightforward with this setup, right? In other words no need to play with spacers, etc?

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    I've done this exact conversion for 4 of my friends now. It's straight forward and a great bang for your buck! I'm not sure where you're buying your parts from but I think it came out to under $300 for everything you mentioned at JensonUSA. Competitive Cyclist might be the same price too. Say goodbye to that front derailleur!
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    I'm mostly done messing with my new RIP 9 Carbon 3 Star. 4 tokens in the Pike RCT3, 203mm rotor up front moving the 180 to the back, a Hope Pro4 / DT EX471 wheel build to replace the Niner branded set, Ergon contact points, and a K-Edge stem mount for my Garmin to replace the YAWYD cap. Now all that is left is to debate if a Debonair can will actually fit my Large frame, and to replace the "Performance" Nobby Nics with some beefier side walled rubber.

    Okay, I can also see an Angleset some way off in the future too... but so far it hasn't been nearly as frightening as some people would make it out to be. The 29" wheels compensate a lot for that compared to my previous 26" by sticking the contact patch itself out further by virtue of being bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dba4life View Post
    Hi All

    I have a 2x10 XT 785 drivetrain on my 14 RIP9 RDO. Looking at switching to 1x11 and using the current cranks.

    To do this I plan to get:
    XT 8000 11x42 cassette
    XT 11sp shifter
    Absolute black oval 32T chainring
    XT 8000 11sp rear derailleur
    11sp Shimano chain


    For anyone with this setup or knowledge, installation "should be" very straightforward with this setup, right? In other words no need to play with spacers, etc?

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    Everything should work fine. But go with a Sram chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMOS View Post
    Now all that is left is to debate if a Debonair can will actually fit my Large frame
    Emailed Niner about this some time ago, and i was told it will fit the aluminum frames, but not the carbon. Not sure why. But I could be remembering wrong, so best to check before you go and order something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    Everything should work fine. But go with a Sram chain.
    I went with a KMC x11-93 chain when I ordered last night. Should that be OK? Just so I know why do you recommend a SRAM?

    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Since the Xt 11-42 with an Absolute Black 32t oval ring is a popular choice, does anyone remember how many chain links they ended up using?

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by dba4life View Post
    I went with a KMC x11-93 chain when I ordered last night. Should that be OK? Just so I know why do you recommend a SRAM?

    Thanks for the heads up.

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    No real reason, other than people who have had issues with the chain dropping while back-pedaling have seen them lessened when using a SRAM chain rather than Shimano. KMC may work better as well,

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    No real reason, other than people who have had issues with the chain dropping while back-pedaling have seen them lessened when using a SRAM chain rather than Shimano. KMC may work better as well,
    Yup just saw that issue earlier today when looking at new chain installation videos. This was the first time I have replaced a derailleur and chain without assistance. The KMC was 118 links and I took 4 of them off and it was pretty close to the length of the chain on the 2x10 setup. It took a bunch of trial and error but I finally got it all working. The chain coming off when backpedaling was an issue but I was able to get rid of it via tweaking. Quite happy with the setup. The oval ring didn't feel that weird to me on pavement. We will see tomorrow on the trails....

    This is what it looked like in the 42t cog. There was still some room for the chain to go straight and I took the air out of the shock and with it fully compressed there was still some movement available. So I hope I am good. If anyone sees trouble please let me know. To those looking real close, I did cut down the cable after I took the pict.

    Thanks

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    What tweaks did you do? On my aluminum Rip, which has slightly longer chainstays than the carbon, I can back-pedal four of five, sometimes more, revolutions before the chain falls off, so I don't worry much about it. Should never be an issue in real world riding.

    The setup is still pretty new though, with only about 50 miles on it, so i'm hoping as it wears in, the issue will disappear entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    What tweaks did you do? On my aluminum Rip, which has slightly longer chainstays than the carbon, I can back-pedal four of five, sometimes more, revolutions before the chain falls off, so I don't worry much about it. Should never be an issue in real world riding.

    The setup is still pretty new though, with only about 50 miles on it, so i'm hoping as it wears in, the issue will disappear entirely.
    I wish I could tell you. This was my first time installing a new derailleur so it was lots of trial and error before I found a setup that just worked. Had the first ride last night. I have to say I really liked the setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    Emailed Niner about this some time ago, and i was told it will fit the aluminum frames, but not the carbon. Not sure why. But I could be remembering wrong, so best to check before you go and order something.
    I have a brand new never mounted Monarch RT3 Debonair in 200x51mm which is the same size as the RIP9 for sale for cheap-ish. PM me if you are interested in it for your RIP9.

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    Snagged an alloy RIP frame off PP and built it up with some parts off my SIR. Have ridden SS for the last 8 or so years and went with 1x10 XTR for the drive train. Got a Pike RCT3 140, but it showed up with the lower right fork leg covered in oil and began leaking oil out of the rebound knob a few days later after sitting with no ride time to speak of. Sent it back, waiting on the replacement, gonna get some better pics then. Might consider an angleset after I get some solid ride time on it to slacken it out a bit. We'll see though. Parts list below:

    RIP9 alloy frame, monarch rt hv
    16 RS Pike RCT3 140mm
    Hope Race X2 Brakes
    XTR RD+RS 1x10, 11-36 (personally don't need that ultra low gearing)
    Velocity Blunt SS Rims, Chris King ISO Hubs
    Next SL Cranks
    Weighs 26 lbs exactly, not too shabby

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    Slackened 2.5 degrees with 1.5 degree Works headset and 1 degree offset shock bushings. Running 140mm Pike up front and hybrid drive-train XTR rear derailleur with X01 cassette.

    Bike is about 27.5 lbs with pedals.


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    Hey guys, I'm selling my rip9 frame on here, it's in great shape and we'll maintained.

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    Kinda wanting to upgrade the shock to something a little bit rowdier, looks like there aren't many options in the 200x51 size for beefier shocks. So far I'm seeing the Monarch RC3 Plus being the best option. Was interested in the DVO Topaz and somewhat interested in the CC DB Inline but only see 200x50 sizes available in those. Guessing the 1 mm makes a difference there. Anyone else in here running something beefier than the stock shock with some feedback? Thanks!
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    Good question I was just looking at a CC DB their 500$. Now I know what size I need. I don't think a 51 VS 50 would make a huge difference
    I need to ride more and work less.

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    Good job! 27.5 plus conversion on my niner RIP9

    Hello,

    I did a 27.5 plus conversion on my niner RIP9 (pre 2013 frame).

    Love the new setup, especially the 2.8 Schwalbe Nobby Nic and the i45 WTB Scrapers - great match.
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    That is sick dude!!! Take that fattie6. Rear clearance? Will it work in a 2013 frame I wonder???? Wheel weights?
    I need to ride more and work less.

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    @liteandfast thanks!

    As far as the rear clearance goes, I've added a photo - about 5mm (each side).

    Will it work with a 2013 frame? I really don't know, I haven't seen any 2013 frame conversions to 2.8, or 3.0.

    Wheel weights (not a lite conversion - for fun, not racing):
    Rims: 650g (each)
    Rubber: 860g (each)
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    Total: 1510g (each without sealant or sp.)
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    I just want to be sure it will work before dropping the cash ya know?

    On a side note here's a thread on B+ RIP setup My B+ Rip9

    Looks like he's running 32mm inner diameter rims with 3.0 nobby nics no issue on the most recent gen alloy frame. I'd like to do this with mine too eventually. I run a 29x3 fat b nimble on the front wheel and it clears my Pike just fine, but my rims are only 27mm inner diameter. Love the benefits of plus, certainly more options now as far as tires go.
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    @Gingervitis

    As far as "dropping the money goes," yes, I totally agree.
    I decided to throw some money at my RIP9 before picking up something else. I love my frame, hell, that thing is a tank and nearly indestructible (I said nearly).


    Btw. Sweet B+ RIP ride, I really like it man!
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    The Topaz is priced a little bit better than the CC, but either way I don't want to make a $300+ mistake.

    The RIP in the thread I linked isn't mine, belongs to NS2000X. I've got the blue one a little bit farther up the page. Wouldn't mind a nice wheelset like his though at some point!
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    @Gingervitis

    .... I don't want to make a $300+ mistake. ... understood.

    Yeah, I just did a general statement on the green machine. Really like the bike.

    ... and 26lb on your blue puppy, dang, no garbage on that bike.
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    I have 2014 RIP 9 RDO. Any suggestions for a dropper post?
    Thanks,
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    I just got the Fox Transfer Dropper in 125mm for my RIP9 and it works like a champ.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ejput View Post
    I have 2014 RIP 9 RDO. Any suggestions for a dropper post?
    Thanks,
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    I am using the reverb. I am on #2 and the reputation is they are unreliable. I bought it at Performance so I can return it every time it stops working. When it works, it does everything you need it to. They did just release a redesigned model so the old ones you can find on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus View Post
    No real reason, other than people who have had issues with the chain dropping while back-pedaling have seen them lessened when using a SRAM chain rather than Shimano. KMC may work better as well,
    Yup - I did the same drivetrain upgrade on my Jet9 RDO tonight (32t absolute black oval, XT 10-42 11speed cassette, KMC chain) and I cannot get rid of the backpedal issue on the 42t cog. Going to try an SRAM chain and see if that resolves it.

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    What specs do I need to look for while looking at different dropper posts? In other words, what's going to fit on the 2014 RIP 9?

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    @ejput

    - seat post diameter
    - seat post length
    - internal dropper cable/pipe routing vs external
    - cable vs hydraulic (RockShox vs the rest)
    - Dropper post switch/leaver (left hand vs right hand)
    - how much $ you want to throw at it

    ..... I bet there could be more, but that's how I figured what dropper I wanted


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    Quote Originally Posted by dba4life View Post
    Yup - I did the same drivetrain upgrade on my Jet9 RDO tonight (32t absolute black oval, XT 10-42 11speed cassette, KMC chain) and I cannot get rid of the backpedal issue on the 42t cog. Going to try an SRAM chain and see if that resolves it.
    Coming back from my ride yesterday, I realized i hadn't tried the backpedal thing since i built it up, so gave it a shot. Managed 18 revolutions before the chain dropped, but then after that first time, it would fall off after about the third. So maybe it's just a wearing in process.

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    It's going to be a great Saturday night.

    Let the fun begin!
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    Nice, I look forward it all together
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    Couldn't resist the PP deal, so I picked up a frame. Had a bunch of parts that I either had laying around, or poached off my other bikes.

    Running 1x11 XT. I was concerned at first about loosing gears, but I am still close enough to the range I was utilizing on my old bike with the new massive 11-42 cassette. I hardly ever used to shift out of the middle ring when I had a triple. No back pedal issue to speak of so far.
    Old XTR direct mount cranks w/ Boone 30t ti ring. Looking at getting the Race Face Atlas Cinch cranks with 28t ring.
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    On the rear shock, I have an offset bushing on the bottom and needle bearing on the top.
    Spec Purgatory Grid front and rear.
    Saving up for a Fox Transfer. A little disappointed that I think I can only fit the 100mm, though with my seat height.

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    Getting there.

    I robbed my girlfriends wheels just to get it off the stand. Flow MK3's will be here tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryball View Post
    Couldn't resist the PP deal, so I picked up a frame. Had a bunch of parts that I either had laying around, or poached off my other bikes.

    Running 1x11 XT. I was concerned at first about loosing gears, but I am still close enough to the range I was utilizing on my old bike with the new massive 11-42 cassette. I hardly ever used to shift out of the middle ring when I had a triple. No back pedal issue to speak of so far.
    Old XTR direct mount cranks w/ Boone 30t ti ring. Looking at getting the Race Face Atlas Cinch cranks with 28t ring.
    Fox 34 140mm
    On the rear shock, I have an offset bushing on the bottom and needle bearing on the top.
    Spec Purgatory Grid front and rear.
    Saving up for a Fox Transfer. A little disappointed that I think I can only fit the 100mm, though with my seat height.

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    Looks good Ryball. Does the bottom of the 30t ring sit higher or lower than your skid plate? I tried a 125 mm drop fox transfer and the post was too long for me...now I'm waiting for the 100mm drop version to be back in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    Looks good Ryball. Does the bottom of the 30t ring sit higher or lower than your skid plate? I tried a 125 mm drop fox transfer and the post was too long for me...now I'm waiting for the 100mm drop version to be back in stock.
    Skid plate only covers the frame. I am looking at different ISCG 05 chainring guards, but haven't decided on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryball View Post
    Skid plate only covers the frame. I am looking at different ISCG 05 chainring guards, but haven't decided on one.
    Can you post links for the chainring guards?

    Thanks!


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    Great looking bike. What is mounted to your stem in Picture1&2. Sick deal these past weeks at PP. Just finished building a Jet for a friend of mind. He loves it.
    I have a RIP 9 2013 model, still loving it.
    I need to ride more and work less.

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    YEAH!!!! That is a great project there man. Putting 27.5 on it?
    I need to ride more and work less.

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    ..... took my RIP9 out for a ride to the lake + I really like my 27.5+ setup and the additional NN 2.8 grip .....




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    Quote Originally Posted by liteandfast View Post
    Great looking bike. What is mounted to your stem in Picture1&2. Sick deal these past weeks at PP. Just finished building a Jet for a friend of mind. He loves it.
    I have a RIP 9 2013 model, still loving it.
    It's a hopey steering damper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liteandfast View Post
    YEAH!!!! That is a great project there man. Putting 27.5 on it?
    If you're talking to me, probably not. All of my wheels are 29".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0lli View Post
    Can you post links for the chainring guards?

    Thanks!


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    I don't need a burly chain guide or anything. That is why I am just looking at guards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0lli View Post
    Can you post links for the chainring guards?

    Thanks!


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    How about the skidplate, got a linky for those?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    How about the skidplate, got a linky for those?

    Thanks.
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    Now just needs tuned.

    Couldn't ask for a better ride. Full XTR.
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