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TRS+ (LG1 TR) or LG1+ for Yeti Sb-66?

DerekJ

Monkey
Mar 6, 2006
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Taichung, Taiwan
which e13 chain guide is better suited for SB-66, the TRS+ (LG1 TR) or LG1+?
It really depends on what kind of riding you will be doing, gearing set up and if you want bash protection or not.
The LG1+ has integrated bash protection and the TRS+ is a guide only application for 1X gearing.

I would be tempted to run one of the new TRS+ dual ring systems on this bike. They will come in a direct mount bash version similar to the LG1+, and also in a turbocharger version(no direct mount bash) which you will be able to run with or without the turbocharger.
 

kickbike

Chimp
May 29, 2011
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It really depends on what kind of riding you will be doing, gearing set up and if you want bash protection or not.
The LG1+ has integrated bash protection and the TRS+ is a guide only application for 1X gearing.

I would be tempted to run one of the new TRS+ dual ring systems on this bike. They will come in a direct mount bash version similar to the LG1+, and also in a turbocharger version(no direct mount bash) which you will be able to run with or without the turbocharger.
You right I forgot to specify, I am looking to ride this mainly for Enduro races. Yesterday I installed a TRS+ with 36T saint chainring but still thinking I need a mount bashguard?
 

DerekJ

Monkey
Mar 6, 2006
151
0
Taichung, Taiwan
You right I forgot to specify, I am looking to ride this mainly for Enduro races. Yesterday I installed a TRS+ with 36T saint chainring but still thinking I need a mount bashguard?
Just looking at the weight difference between the LG1+ and the TRS+, being about 51g.. if this is primarily a race bike I would say you have the right system.
A LG1+ would make more sense for DH race or AM riding.
 

Dogboy

Turbo Monkey
Apr 12, 2004
3,131
253
Chapel Hill, NC
You right I forgot to specify, I am looking to ride this mainly for Enduro races. Yesterday I installed a TRS+ with 36T saint chainring but still thinking I need a mount bashguard?
I have the TRS+ on my SB66 and don't see the need for a bash. I just wanted a guide for chain retention.