Straitline Silent Guide Chain Accessories

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $152.99


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Product Description

DesignedTo be light, rugged and maintenance free. Virtually silent dueTo our proprietary elastomeric guides. 100% machined from solid 7075T6 aluminum Approximate weight 205 grams (include bash ring and hardware) Very easyTo set up Virtually silent Laser etched


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by norbar a Downhiller from Warsaw, Poland

Date Reviewed: October 19, 2011

Strengths:    Durability, Weight, Silence, Looks, Ease of setup, EVERYTHING!

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
It never cloggs with mud, is durable as hell and silent. The sliders wear very little. It's the best guide on the market and it's only a few g heavier than an lg1+ but with a full bash! I managed to rip half of my bolts 2 times but the chainring stays true and even with half of the bolts gone I had no problems with my chain falling off. I have a very low bb and I used to ride with way too much sag (close to 50% due to me forgeting to change a spring before a 2 week trip to morzine) It's the best chainguide ever.

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Favorite Trail:   Maribor WC DH track

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $120.00

Purchased At:   haibike

Similar Products Used:   MRP G2, Lapierre chain guide, roox roller coaster

Bike Setup:   Banshee Legend, Boxxer World cup, Stans/823/hope wheels, saint brakes

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by noeffectx a Weekend Warrior from New York, NY

Date Reviewed: August 19, 2011

Strengths:    no moving parts, easy to install, and light.

Weaknesses:    None so far

Bottom Line:   
It works, easy to install, no moving parts, durable, and light.
My Giant Reign SX 2011, came with MRP Mini G2 chain guide and I smashed the bottom plate right away after hitting a rock on my local trail (Sprainridge Park. Yonkers, NY). The Straitline Chain Guide w/ Bash Guard combo feels a lot more rock solid (Aluminum) than the plasticky MRP Mini G2.

Heres what it looks like on my bike - http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6069/6061128548_927ec79f83_z.jpg

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Favorite Trail:   Sprainridge Park

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $130.00

Purchased At:   EBAY

Similar Products Used:   MRP Mini G2

Bike Setup:   Giant Reign SX 2011, Race Face Atlas AM handlebar, Lizard Skins grip, Straitline Chain guide & Bash gard.

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Straitline silent guide 32 or 32-36?

I'm set on getting a silent guide for a 32t chainring. Just before buying I found somebody selling a 32-36 model in good shape for less then half of the new price. Looking at the design it seems the tabs won't go deeper then the bash, meaning the larger one will keep the chain looser and matbe inc ... Read More »

Straitline silent guide

I'm about to order Straitlines silent guide and just want to make sure that I order the correct one. I have a 2012 Carve Comp. The bottom bracket is 73mm per Specialized website. So does that mean I have the ISCG 05? Also, when ordering I need to order the guide for a 32T middle ring, correct? Thank ... Read More »

Gamut P30 or Straitline Silent Guide?

Decided to run my bike as a 1x10 because I only use the middle ring and am tired of getting the big ring snagged on roots and rocks. I'm looking at either running a straitline silent guide and like that it weighs a little less (but this isn't a big deal to me) but more that the fact it has sliders ... Read More »

Straitline Silent Guide owners, please measure

Could somebody meusure and make a working drawing of Straitline Silent Guide's boomerang? I want to make it myself, but need for drawing.Read More »

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