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Your Ibis Mojo HD 140


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By simply changing out the upper shock mounts (we're calling them Limbo Chips) and substituting a shock from the Mojo or Mojo SL travel is reduced to 140mm, opening a new world of possibilities.

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Mojo HD 140

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Eagle-eyed scrutinizers of the Mojo HD have noticed the two removable tabs for the upper shock mount on the Mojo HD frame. A few of you have even surmised that this means we have some tricks up our sleeves as to what you can do with the Mojo HD and shocks and travel and such. You surmisers are right, we do have a couple of tricks up our sleeves. One is the the Mojo HD 140.

By simply changing out the upper shock mounts (we're calling them Limbo Chips) and substituting a shock from the Mojo or Mojo SL (7.875" x 2" travel vs 8.5" x 2.5" for the HD), travel is reduced to 140mm, opening a new world of possibilities. Click on the details tab to the right for actual part numbers.

Features

  • 140mm rear wheel travel (vs 160mm w/HD)
  • 68.2º head angle with 150mm travel fork (vs 67º with HD and a 160mm fork)
  • Shock specs: Fox Float CTD Adjust Factory Series with Kashima Coat
  • 6.45 lb frame in 17" Matte (vs 6.5lb for HD)
  • Running a 32mm stanchion fork saves significant weight compared to a 36mm stanchion fork
  • Compatible with Chris King InSet 3
  • Unlike the Mojo SL, you can take advantage of the new 1.5" tapered forks with the HD 140
  • 13.5" BB height with 150mm fork (vs 13.8" for the HD with 160mm fork)
  • Same firm anti-squat platform as the HD, pedals beautifully
  • Same frame stiffness as the HD
  • Overall package is lighter with quicker handling compared to the HD
  • Ability to use Cane Creek AngleSet headsets, so your head tube angle is further adjustable ±1.5º

Some of our customers can’t decide between a Mojo and a Mojo HD. Some want to use the tapered steerer, some want the strength and stiffness but don’t feel the need for a 36mm fork. Some want a steeper head angle than the HD, some want a shallower head angle than the Mojo.

Our first choice, of course, is to suggest they get one of each. But if they can’t swing one of each, we feel that the new Mojo HD 140 will solve all the questions mentioned above, and fill a gap between the two models.

To switch between 140 and 160 travel on the Mojo, you need a set of Limbo Chips (upper shock mounts) available in the Ibis Store.

You'll also need a different rear shock, not available in the Ibis Store (we're not allowed to sell the shocks separately). To make it easy for you to get your hands on a shock, we've got some info here on how to get the correct one.

Contact Paul Garrettson at Fox to purchase a new shock:

800-FOX-SHOX (369-7469) ext. 4810
pgarrettson@foxracingshox.com

If you have a Mojo HD and want to convert to an HD 140, this is the part number and description of the shock you need:

972-70-008          2011, FLOAT, RP23 BV, Ibis, Mojo/Mojo SL/Mojo HD 140, 7.875, 2.00, 2.9 Cr, VTL, RTL, BV225, S28, OE

If you're after a shock to convert your Mojo HD 140 up to 160 (or want to replace your HD 160 shock) here you go:

972-70-007          2011, FLOAT, RP23 BV XV, Ibis, Mojo HD 160, 8.50, 2.50, 2.9 Cr, VTL, RTL, BV200, S16, OE

These measurements were taken with a 150mm fork on the bike. The head angle with a 140mm fork is 68.7º

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Nominal Size   Small Medium Large X-Large
Seat Tube Length A 15" (38.1cm) 17" (43.2cm) 19" (48.3cm) 21" (53.3cm)
Effective Top Tube Length B 561 (22.1") 584 (23.0") 602 (23.7") 622 (24.5")
Head Tube Length C 94 (3.7") 103 (4") 118 (4.65") 134 (5.28")
Chainstay Length D 435 (17.1") 435 (17.1") 435 (17.1") 435 (17.1")
Seat Tube Angle E 72° 72° 72° 72°
Head Tube Angle F 68.2° 68.2° 68.2° 68.2°
Wheelbase G 1085 (43") 1106 (43.9") 1128 (44.4") 1148 (45.5")
Standover 705 (27.8") 748 (29.4") 750 (29.5") 760 (29.9")
BB Height 343 (13.5") 343 (13.5") 343 (13.5") 343 (13.5")
Sizing Guide (height-inches) 5'0" - 5' 5" 5'4" - 5' 9" 5'9" - 6'2" 6' - 6'6"
Sizing Guide (height-cm) 152 - 165 163 - 175 175 - 188 183 - 198

Measurements

  • Seat Post Diameter: 31.6mm
  • Front Derailleur: 34.9mm
  • Headset: Mixed Tapered (1.5? lower, 1.125? upper)
  • BB: 68mm (BSA) English Thread

Sorry, no build kit info for the Mojo HD 140.

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