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Mozartt precision racing components is a Poland based company that specializes into making custom & light weight components,from chainguides to custom made crowns for dual crown forks for some fork models.

They offering two models,1 with bashguard(WG) and 1 with out bashguard(WoG),I have picked the WG model(ISCG05 mounting) which comes with bashguard for 36T-38T chainring.

First Impression:
When you pick up the Mozartt WG chainguide out of the box,the first thing you notice is how rediculous light it is and how well it is cnc machined:) .The gold anodised backplate & hardware(bolts,nuts) is pretty sweet but more tricked is the name they engraved onto the backplate for you as a option(which is either your'e own name or user name):thumbsup: .





Materials:
The Backplate is made out of a 5,5mm thick 7075 T651 alloy and come in 4 color options,the bolts are made out of 7075 Alloy which also comes in some colors.The chainguide pulley wheel are having a sealed bearing.



Weight:
The Mozartt WG chainguide is very light compaired to it's competitors like the MRP and E-Thirteen chainguides.Here are the weight's with some compairisons from other brands(to give you a idea how lite the Mozartt chainguide realy is)




versus other more expensive brands





Pricing:
The pricing is realy amazing as the chainguide it self,these things put other expensive brands to shame.The pricing is only 88 euro incl shipping while a E-Thirteen for example cost close to 140 euro!!!.It's a very good value for something that is very good made with out beeing very expensive

Great dealing with these guys,im very happy and it looks great:thumbsup: .The owner of the company is on pinkbike but you can also visit their website
https://mozartt.pinkbike.com/
https://www.mozartt.com/
 

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Looks pretty nice, I like it! Can it be run without removing the granny posts on XT cranks?? Also, does it come with that bashguard?
 

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Looks pretty nice, I like it! Can it be run without removing the granny posts on XT cranks?? Also, does it come with that bashguard?
I think so cain't see a problem why it wouldn't work and yes basguard comes standard with the WG guide for 36T-38T chainring
 

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Holy crap i see kenda made a round object made of rubber and called it a tire what will maxxis do...

Ehh theres only so many ways to design something and thats kind of what limits things but if we go to square chainrings then it opens it up for a new design...

OK so the good news is we now can buy based on:
-Brand loyalty
-Weight
-Color
-Cost

and still get a really good device and as a consumer that kicks @$$....

Nice guide BTW... Looks pretty sick. Wouldnt swap to one to save 40g but when Mine detonates Id consider replacing it...
 

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Yeah well bullcrew i have bought it not only to save litle weigth,my old e13 srs guide was very heavy like a dump truck(400+ grams) and it was time to replace it by something that isn't putting a big hole into your'e wallet and still saves allot of weight.
 

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Nice guide BTW... Looks pretty sick. Wouldnt swap to one to save 40g but when Mine detonates Id consider replacing it...
What bullcrew said. I'm not going to replace my Gamut P30 right now, but when it goes, I'll definitely be searching for this thread again to find the name. Looks like a quality piece of gear.
 
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