MRP Mini-G

8 Reviews for Mini-G

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flag wonny (Sep 5, 2011 at 2:32)
 Pros: reliable, durable, light weight, easy to install and adjust. Comes with plenty of spacers and two sizes of bolts. Chain removal is not required for assembly.

Cons: expensive but competitive with e-thirteen and gamut.
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flag myothercarsa2cv (Oct 10, 2012 at 6:14)
 Nice, quality chain guide - substantial taco too. For the price CRC are selling it, it was a steal. Easy to set up, good instructions, plenty of screws and spacers included in the packet, can't go wrong if you need something for the smaller chain ring.
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flag somemorestuff (Jul 13, 2010 at 9:41)
 Removing the need for a bash ring, this guide saves around 1lb in weight over say an old style E13 setup. Also, using a jockey wheel as a roller, allows for easy wear replacement
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flag RMSlayerMTB (Jul 15, 2011 at 7:57)
 Although I sometimes miss my chaingrings, this bashguard is bullet proof. It does get a little noisy on some techy downhills, but havent had any other issues.
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flag b-wicked (Aug 9, 2010 at 13:32)
 Very nice chainguide, I own e13 LG and MRP Mini G. Both are superb.
Not a proble in two seasons. Light reliable and looks nice.
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flag aghodgkin (Jul 13, 2010 at 15:41)
 Very good chain guide just dont over tighten! Seems to be a bit softer metal then on some other models ive used! Other then that it does the job and looks good too!
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flag Kelley (Nov 29, 2009 at 16:46)
 very light and super bieffy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The regular G2 kicks ass toooooooooooooo
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flag BetterRide (Jul 4, 2011 at 14:08)
 Light weight, strong, keeps my chain on and provides good protection, all the things a good guide/bash guard should do.
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MRP Mini-G (MSRP $150) — Introducing the next generation in Chain Guides. The G2 showcases MRP’s patented (#7,066,856) integrated guard that allows the design to be super lightweight, without sacrificing chain retention, rigidity or protection of the chain and chain ring. The integrated guard fully protects the chain and also the rear pulley wheel. MRP is excited to add this new and innovative, patented guard technology to its Chain Guide line up that includes the original patented dual roller system that started it all. Two sizes: G2 (36-40T) and Mini-G (32-36T).

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Release Date 2009
Price $150
Weight 225 g
Color Options Black/White
Mounting Standard iscg Old/Iscg 05/bb-mount.
Mounting Standard - Chain guide mounting standards determine its compatibility with your frame. Older frames will use a simpler version known as ISCG. Most new age frames will use ISCG05, however there is adapters made for cross compatibility.
Single/Dual Ring Single/32-36
FD Compatible No.

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