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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by AndreZA, Dec 22, 2020.
I saw on a Mike Learn FB post, the Mojo is returning.
Very cool. I had almost forgotten about richpens.
Brilliant! he has been testing it for several weeks now. If its as good as the Mojo II then it will be e brilliant airbrush. I was a bit disappointed with the Talon based Mojo III. Went back to the II and sold the III. This one should be great.
I adore my Richpen bunch. I am sure I will eventually try the Mojo ( I know I will have to) but, am not real sure how much it will vary from what I have already been able to assemble.
Definitely an interesting project for Mike to take on. It’s going to be good to see how they perform.
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Looking at the new Mojo+ as its called it looks like the 223c in the pic above, it has the pac valve from the pics I've seen.
Yeah, the 223C is what I have seen as the base model. I know they are converted to a .2 vs. the .3 of the 223C in the Mojo brushes (the "3" in the 223 indicates nozzle size) - I am sure it is needle, nozzle, and nozzle cap. I was able to do this on my 223C with OEM parts I had acquired. Be interesting to see if the Mojo differs. The 223 is already a great brush. The .2 212B has become one of my absolute favs.
I have the Mojo II & its a lovely airbrush (based on the 213c). Like Dave said its been converted to a 0.2 and polished etc... Don't know exactly what Mike does to them but that's part of it. Performance is super so I am assuming that the Mojo+ will be just as good. It's model number has changed to 223c but looks pretty much the same as the 213 with the addition of a built in mac by the looks of it. It should perform real good.