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    Need Latest Geometry for New Ti Mojo

    Hello,

    I am looking for geometry for medium sized Ti Mojo that was produced in 2009. It appears there is no information on the new Ibis website. Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHamster
    Hello,

    I am looking for geometry for medium sized Ti Mojo that was produced in 2009. It appears there is no information on the new Ibis website. Thanks for any help.

    http://www.v3-2.ibiscycles.com/mount...mojo/geometry/

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    Thanks, Hans. Can you tell me the approx. frame weight for a Medium?

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    We are no longer in production FYI.

    Medium was about 1340 g / 3 lbs in it's most recent trim. Butted, tapered Ti!

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    Thanks again. One last question--was it designed around a 100mm fork or 80mm? I have a chance to buy the frame and just trying to verify the specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHamster
    Thanks again. One last question--was it designed around a 100mm fork or 80mm? I have a chance to buy the frame and just trying to verify the specs.
    The geometry is designed around a mostly theoretical 90 mm fork. That way it works well with both 100 mm travel and 80 mm forks.

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    I have a similar question regarding the head angle of the Mojo - what axle to crown length results in the "standard" 69 head angle?

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    From Colin, our engineer:

    A Fox 32 140 fork (510.9mm AC) with equal sized tires gives a head angle of 69.14. If you're like most people and run a slightly larger front tire you'd be right at 69 degrees.

    Cheers!

    Hans

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    So the 71ish head angle that is in the specifications for medium size is based on a 90mm fork? Usually, the head angle specs for recent hardtails are based on 100mm fork.

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    @hans - thanks a lot! maybe you could include this number and the standover height in the geometry table on your homepage...

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