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  • beach_boy86

    I ended up buying the FSA guide out of necessity, and would have preferred to buy something else. However, I was impressed with the finishing of the metal pieces and the inclusion of a ISCG 05 BB adapter. As for function the guide kept the chain on and I never suffered a single dropped chain.

    Setup took about the same time as any other guide, but it did slightly rub on the two outer gears. I also find the polycarbonate bashguard very ugly and quite bulky; not to mention it begins to look haggered within a couple of rides and/or strikes.

    Although there were no major flaws in the FSA I would still recommend spending your money on a MRP G2, Straitline Silent guide or e*thirteen LS1 or SRS.

    - Keeps chain on and does its job
    - Minimal resistance
    - Rear guide plate is sturdy and well made
    - Came with a BB ISCG 05 adapter

    - Requires the use of a bashguard in order to work properly
    - Polycarbonate bashguard is bulky and shows wear very easily
    - Difficult to setup without any rubbing

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