MRP G2

21 Reviews for G2

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 The G2 is an easy setup with easy to follow instructions. I've used the E13 LG1 for a few seasons before I got the MRP G2 and like the quietness and reliablility of the G2 better...not to mention its strong as hell. Great product to add to your dh race rig or use on any 1x setup in my opinion.
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 The bash guard on this chain device saved me having to fork out for a new frame as a result of a massive stack in les arcs. The boomerang bent and the plastic guard remained absoultely solid meaning that the rock in question did not touch the frame itself at all. Thank you MRP!
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 Brilliant chainguide! never dropped a chain and looks the part too, the taco has saved my chainring many times from rocks and logs and chavs. only problem is that one of the bolts rounded on me resulting in hours of drilling it out and me having ot botch together another bolt. id recomend it though!
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 taco guide rules! easy setup, easy to take apart and clean, keeps the chain where it needs to be, and can take a beating. And pretty dam light, almost LG1 light...

need i say more?
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 pretty reliable chainguide, never dropped my chain, just a little bit loud but who cares about that? e13 LG1 is a bit lighter for the same price but not as reliable as the mrp g2 in my opinion!
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 This thing came with my Orange 224 evolution. It's have been working well so far. I've had feg bad hits on this thing and it has held it's ground. I would buy a new one if it would go broken.
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 All i can say is this is the best Chain guide i have ever used, it runs smooth and quiet definatly a good buy would recommend it to anyone.
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 Been using it for a little over 2 months now. No problems what so ever, so far. I run it via the bottom bracket mount on my 2001 Intense M1
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 Best chain guide. PERIOD. Look no further if you want race track reliability and can't afford to not finish a race run. Don't let a jammed chain ruin a weekend or a season.
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 If you get the steel backplate version, you're getting a quality chainguide, easy set-up, noise free piece of kit with a minimum weight penalty. Great guide!
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 I never tried the LG1 and never will, I have found the best chain Guide/Guard. I have hit it on rocks and logs and it has not bent yet. Truly a superior Product!
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 It's light and it works! Setup was fast and I haven't had to touch it since I've installed it. And even with a few good smacks in some gnarly rock gardens too!
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 I've ridden my G2 for 2 years and have never dropped my chain. I'm running a 38t ring. It's light, fairly cheap and looks good. Thumbs up from me
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 way better than the e 13 light guide the g2 is way stronger and has a better skid plate the old down side to it is that it is more expensive than the e 13
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 Amazing product. Looks better than the lg1 with the hole in the top guide and the bashguard that protects the bottom roller aswell as the chainring/chain 10/10
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 Great product. I have had none of the troubles with this product that i had with my e.thirteen that i broke.
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 Light, very quite, very easy to install and setup. Will not drop chain. Slides over stuff and does not take any damage.
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 nice looking and lightweight but one downfall is that it has not enough adustment horizontally from the iscg mount
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 It just works. Set up is easy. I have not dropped a chain since installing this guide. MRP is the OG of chain guides.
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 I love my G2 works great and looks way better than the LG1 in my opinion
Hockeynut approves and recomends the MRP G2
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 you can just forget its there does its job brilliantly however mine is not a standard mounting, it is built into the frame.
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MRP G2 (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 265 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/36-40
FD Compatible No.

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