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    Seen the 2010 JET-9?

    http://www.thecyclistsite.com/news/2...is-coming.html

    From Niner's Facebook page. The only dig I had against the JET was the flex. Man, I bet this thing will be solid and hopefully answer the breakage issues that seem to have haunted the JET's rear tri.
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    Wow you guys are fast. It went from Facebook first, then already here in two minutes or less..

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=554273
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    We try.
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    looks nice.
    But the 2009 frame that i ride is plenty stiff already for me ! I would prefer a bit less weight with the same rigidity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20.100 FR
    looks nice.
    But the 2009 frame that i ride is plenty stiff already for me ! I would prefer a bit less weight with the same rigidity.

    I understand your thoughts. I had just come off of the re-designed RIP and it was very solid in comparison. Obviously 'stiff enough' is subjective, but recently I have come to accept more weight for increased beef under stress. We have to pedal and turn these things, not just weigh them.

    But, if you can have it all, like with the new carbon stuff (maybe), then it surely will cost $$$ to get there.
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