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Posted in "Cracked Carbon Repair"
Jun 15, 2019 at 0:42Jun 15, 2019
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Selling my beloved Ibis Mojo HD. Bike is in great shape, and built to last. Meticulously cared for, fresh bearings & suspension only has 15 or so rides since last service. The fork & rear shock don't require the typical maintenance as air suspension because more oil. A lot more oil, your typical air fork will have 10-15cc of oil. This fork has 230cc on one side and 100cc on the other. Most air forks now use tokens for end stroke support, this fork has oil height. Works the same but honestly, you'll be hard pressed to find the limits on this fork & shock. Supple but it's tough to get into situations where absolutely all the travel is used. Please reach out for a test ride or more detailed pics. Currently as it sits it'll handle just about anything you want it to. Tiger, Raging River, Galbraith Squamish & Chuckanut. The gnarlier the trail the better. It loves the chunk, stays up in it's travel and doesn't requite much. No air pressure to worry about, it's coil. Super supple ready for anything you are & more. All parts were carefully picked out for durability & performance. Climbs & descends incredibly well. I was planning on keeping this bike forever but sadly it's time to let it go to someone who will ride it more. Parts: *170mm Marzocchi 55 RC3 Ti (titanium coil spring) *Custom Avalanche Chubie rear coil shock with 350lb RCS Titanium spring. http://www.avalanchedownhillracing.com/chubie.html *Works -1.5* Angle set & stock Chris King headset. (Works currently installed) *Easton Haven 55mm stem *Deity Black Label bars cut to approx 770mm *XT Disc brakes 203/180 *SLX Crank with Blackspire NW ring & XTR Bottom bracket & bashguard *10 speed XT with Saint shifter (granny gear installed to drop down for big long climbs, front der can be mounted but not included) *Rockshox Reverb 130mm dropper *Volt Team ti railed saddle *Stans Flow EX wheelset, Hadley front hub, stans 330 rear. *Maxxis DHF 2.3 tires setup tubeless ***New links with pre installed bearings to make replacement easy down the road. 2 lower links (red, 1 upper) *** Full set of linkage pins, they don't wear very quickly originals looked new, but you've got em anyway. ***Flip chip if you ever feel like setting the rear travel at 140mm, you'll need a new smaller rear shock & a shorter travel fork, but It'll turn this bike into a short travel trail missile. Pinkbike review: https://www.pinkbike.com/news/Ibis-Mojo-HD-Tested.html "Ibis Sells the Mojo HD as a fame and shock only, or built up in one of six component options (Shimano SLX, XT or XTR, or SRAM X.9 X.0 or XX) that range in price from $4721 to $7538. There are a number of optional component upgrades available also, and to sort that out. Ibis offers a 'bike builder' on its extensive website that instantly updates your imaginary Mojo HD with colors, components and prices. For those who need a more gravity oriented build, Ibis decks out the SRAM X.9 version with beefier components and offers an upgrade to a coil-over Fox DHX RC4 Kashima shock. The price of our Shimano XT Mojo, upgraded with a KS remote dropper post, and XTR Shadow Plus rear derailleur and a Fox 36 RC2 160 fork is $6100 USD. Riding the Mojo HD We tested the Ibis Mojo HD on a variety of terrain, from gravity intensive shuttle sessions to epic trail rides in the mountains. We usually have three to five bikes to choose from and all are pretty sweet rides, but the Ibis was usually the first one missing from the rack when the clock hands pointed to ride thirty. Much of the HD’s popularity is attributable to its easy-mannered handling, which came as a surprise. Usually, when a pro racer like Brian Lopes has a hand in designing a bike, the end result handles more like a highly specific tool than the versatile performer that he helped the Mojo HD become. Riding with Brian, however, and one quickly learns that Lopes is versatile as a mountain bike racer has ever been – and he is a master of the corners. It should then come as no surprise that the Mojo HD mirrors those attributes."
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May 25, 2019 at 23:34May 25, 2019
Fork was gently used. Serviced & used for a few months every other weekend. Missing cable guide, replacement is in the mail. 7-1/4" tapered steerer. Quick Release
May 21, 2019 at 13:03May 21, 2019
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May 17, 2019 at 12:04May 17, 2019