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    Post your Ibis Mods here!

    Well, it seems that the number of Ibis Mojo modifications is increasing and I guess its better to have a thread where all the Ibis modifications is posted here for reference such as Mojo 650b, Fishboy kit and etc.

    It will be nice if some mods would sticky up the post your mojo pics here thread and also post your ibis mods here thread
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    after a nasty sweeping bush

    where it is threaded shaft bottom of the shock

    and see that you can get off the ground and left arm

    the rear triangle

    I have chosen to ensure that this does not pass jamas

    so I made two caps so they do not pass ever

    consists of two caps in the form of mushroom

    Adjusted to lime with the shape of the face of vasculante

    and a threaded hole with another intern

    and a new axis in stainless steel A2 M8 x 80 m/m

    Some pictures are worth more than thousand words


    in gray caps original

    in blue caps new additions

    I hope you like the idea and can serve













    the caps can be added and removed

    not to modify items warranty

    but should be improved by ibis

    but does not believe the same cycle ibis

    but I want to rest easy thinking that is not separated

    while never roll down slope




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    Well done, well detailed, I'm quite sure one of the Ibis fellas will come and check this out, where are you from anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelhot
    Well done, well detailed, I'm quite sure one of the Ibis fellas will come and check this out, where are you from anyway?

    SPAIN Lands inventor

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    new pics of plain



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    SPAIN Lands inventor
    Aah, that explains why.
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    I put new seals in my Fox Float, cut the air spring shaft 18 mm and painted it Black. I've also put on the Blue links and switched my headset to a Blue Solos. Thinking an '09 Fox shock is next or maybe a guy can swap out the guts only?
    A bicycle will take you to fantastic places....if you let it.


    Ibis fan since '08 now rolling on the big wheeled Ripley.

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    Rohloff chain tensioner final solution

    tension and improves the smoothness of the chain

    to follow the turn of DW link


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    wow, what is that thing? The Roller Coaster thing, never seen it before. Did you modified it for your own use?
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    Interesting, I wonder what's the purpose he designed this besides your application.
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    DH and single Speed

    not, things rare and useful

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    two tone...

    Well it's only a colour mod, but it's a mod nonetheless. My Mojo now has a clear carbon swingarm to go with the Nuclear Pesto main. I've also popped on some Goretex RideOn cables for a little shifting bliss. My upgrades will be complete when the Lopes Link and the titanium bolts are installed...
    My ocean swim/open water swim season starts very soon, but I expect I won't be hanging my Mojo on a hook this summer and hope to keep the bike fitness through the hot months... she's just too purdy to let alone.
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    Sweet fishboy, can't wait for your picture
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    Very unique!

    Quote Originally Posted by ramaloji

    Please post a pic of the entire bike.
    I'm unique, just like everyone else....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramaloji
    Rohloff chain tensioner final solution

    tension and improves the smoothness of the chain

    to follow the turn of DW link

    I too am running a mojo with a Rohloff. I have been using the Rohloff chain tensioner. I noticed that this tensioner has a smoother chain line. Do you notice a big difference than the Rohloff tensioner? Their website says for a chainring from 42 to 54 but I wonder if that is a typo on the english side.

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    That really is a nice setup.

    And part of why I say that is because I HATE derailleurs. I call it pirate technology. Argh, matey. Jam the chain over! An appendix just dangling there waiting to be bent and broken.

    I never broke or even bent a derailleur in all of my years until I moved to redwood country. This year I've broken five hangers. And two cages, One derailleur. And the second ride out on the new derailleur, it's tweaked.

    My dream for decades has been to design and build a hydraulic bike. I don't even fear talking about it, since it's such a big design project I doubt anyone has the time or energy to spend on it. Let alone the other potential negatives.

    Meanwhile, I like that internal gearing. And the constant chainline.

    It may not be light. And you may only get a limited gear set, but no slap, and very clean.

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