1996 MUDDY FOX Titanium


Pace Fan
Hello team

I present to you the featherweight of my collection

7.830kg in rigid version
8.545kg with RC35MXCD fork
With pedals, Ready to ride

OK OK, in the rigid version it is not very "correct period", because its Chinese J&L fork and its maxxis 310 tires are not vintage ...
but the base is very vintage ;)

Frame: Muddy Fox Titanium Size20"
Fork: Pace RC35MXCD titanium steerer
Stem: Ringlé zooka
Bar: Ritchey WCS
Seatpost: Use carbon
Saddle: Italia Flite Evolution carbon
Levers: EXtralite
Shifters: GripShift SRT800
Brakes: MRAZEK V-Brakes
Housing: Nokon
Bottom bracket: Ritchey titanium
Crankset: Middleburn
Front mech: Shimano XTR
Rear mech: Shimano Dura-Ace RD7402
Wheelset: Mavic Crossmax 1rd Gen ceramique + cassette BICI Titanium
Tires: Maxxis 310
Tubes: Maxxis Ultralite 95gr


Fork: J&L Titanium
Seatpost: carbon ( old german brand, I dont remember the name)
Brakes: MRAZEK Magnesium ( paint powder coatered)


As you may have guessed:
I love titanium
I love Pace forks



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Dyna-Tech Fan
That looks great!
I noticed you use the 7402 Dura Ace rear mech on a few of your builds combined with grip shift - is this one of those magic combinations I don’t know about?


Pace Fan
Indeed I love the gripshift ...
For dura-ace, with a small 11-25 or 11-28 cassette it goes well, it works as well as the XTR M-900.
In 1992 and 1993 I did two full seasons of competition with it, and I never had any problems

mk one

Old School GrandMaster
Retrobike Rider
BoTM Winner
Gold Trader
Kona Fan
Nice collection there :cool:

I quite like the build with the pace fork, though i bet its a nice ride with the Ti fork 👍