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Mojo Mulisha E-Sled

Mojo Mulisha E-Sled
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Orbea Wild
Rear Shock FOX Fox Float X2
Fork FOX Fox Factory 38
Headset Acros
Handlebar Reverse Components Seismic carbon
Stem DEITY Cavity
Grips PNW Components Loam
Brakes Shimano Deore XT
Brake Levers Shimano
Shifters Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Chainguide Other Orbea
Cranks Other Orbea
Chainrings / Sprocket Other Bosch
Bottom Bracket Other Bosch
Chain KMC 12 speed
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano Deore XT
Pedals HT Components ME03
Front Rim Other Session
Rear Rim Other Session
Hubs Other Session
Spokes Loaded Precision
Front Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 3C 2.6
Rear Tire Maxxis Assegai DD
Saddle Other Velo
Seatpost Other OR
Seatpost Clamp Other OR
General Info
Model Year 2021
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Additional Info 2021 ORBEA WILD: Anatomy Of A Custom Build Earlier, I noted that I finally got out on the new e-bike. However, I did not discuss the changes that we made to this fully-customized sled. Follow along for a deep dive into a crazy e-bike build: I wanted this bike to be something that provided minimal help on the hills -- so I could get a workout in -- but still allow me to absolutely blitzkrieg the descents. We started with a MyO version of the carbon Wild M10. This allowed me to choose my paint scheme; it also allowed me to option a Fox 38 160mm fork & Float X2 shock. With this solid platform, we went to work. Here are the components that we added/changed: + Reverse Engineering carbon bar + Deity Cavity stem + Shimano XT 4 piston brakes + Shimano Deore shifting + PNW Loam grips & dropper lever + Headset Spacers: Color-matched Deity & Origin-8 + Velo saddle + HT magnesium pedals + KMC hollow pin chain + Rear Tire: Maxxis Assegai DD + Front Tire: Maxxis DHF EXO+ + Wheels: Session hoops, custom-laced to Session hubs. The front is 29". The rear wheel has been switched from a 29r (stock rear wheel size) to a 27.5 to make the bike a "mullett." This has slackened the front end & dropped the BB by 3/4". + Galfer rotors: 6 bolt, 203mm F&R. + Chainstay Wrap: rubberized red...to shed trail debris. + Seat Stay Wrap: standard material (but it has skulls on it!) The Wild's suspension is currently set up extremely plush, to make it REALLY shreddy on the descents. It absolutely digs-in on the corners. It's not poppy at all...perfect for staying glued to the ground for max speed. After getting used to the bike, I may use the shop's Shock Wiz to dial the rear suspension & make it a bit more poppy. All this depends on how I choose to ride the bike. PS: Thanks to Mal, for these insane photos! If you need pro shots taken, go to 1611 Photography!
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