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Ibis Ripmo AF - Double Coil 4

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Frame: Ibis Ripmo AF. Misc.: Large, Ridewrap
Rear Shock: DVO Jade X. Misc.: Sprindex spring 490lbs. - 560lbs.
Fork: Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Coil. Misc.: Grip2 damper (not pictured), Firm spring
Headset: Cane Creek Series 40
Handlebar: OneUp Components Carbon Handlebar. Misc.: 35 rise, 780mm
Stem: Renthal Apex 40mm
Grips: DMR Deathgrips
Brakes: Hayes Dominion A4. Misc.: 203 front and rear
Shifters: Shimano XT M8100
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT M8100
Chainguide: OneUp Components Bashguide
Cranks: Shimano XT M8100. Misc.: 165mm
Bottom Bracket: Shimano
Chain: Shimano XT M8100 12sp
Cassette / Rear Cog: Shimano XT M8100 10-51
Pedals: Crankbrothers Mallet E LS
Front Rim: Other e*thirteen TRSr SL
Rear Rim: Other e*thirteen TRSr
Hubs: Other e*thirteen TRSr
Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR II WT 2.4. Misc.: Maxxgrip, Tannus Armor Tubeless Insert
Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR II WT 2.4. Misc.: Maxxterra, Tannus Armor Tubeless Insert
Saddle: WTB Silverado Ti
Seatpost: OneUp Components Dropper V2 180mm. Misc.: PNW Loam Lever
General Info
Model Year: 2021
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 36 lb 0 oz (16329 g)
Additional Info: Double coil. Heavy AF.

Vital MTB member jabber127 jabber127 9/24/2020 10:11 AM

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Looks sick man! How would you compare the Ripmo AF to your Meta TR? I just rode my sons new Meta TR the other day and put my thoughts on on my instagram @havenoutdoors .

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Thank you! Lots of subtle differences but the biggest thing I noticed is how the dw link remains more active in situations where the linkage-driven single pivot of the Meta tends to lock up a bit--I first felt it when putting power down on techy climbs, but it became really evident when leaning the bike through bombed-out, rutty corners--the bike just feels more composed and less choppy. That said, I can't really say how much of this is down to the coil, as this is my first coil and first dw bike.

Overall the Ibis feels more lively and rides a bit lighter than the Meta. I have noticed a little more flex in the AF, but it's worth the tradeoff.

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