cSixx launch new 9Series performance chainguides

We have combined our 16 years of chainguide manufacture experience with input from top riders such as Julian Absalon, Christoph Sauser, and the late Burry Stander to produce this no expense spared chainguide.

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Our new flagship product line:

  • Full carbon Chainguide for single chainring drivetrains, no expense spared.
  • Ultimate performance with the biggest chainring compatibility on the market.
  • Our 9Series guides, handcrafted at our brand new Cape Town HQ Factory, fit all sizes from 28t to 40t.

Full carbon construction


Our previous model, the cSixx XC Guide has won and podiumed at international level races with the Worldcup XCO series and the Cape Epic to name but a few.

 

Top level racers have realized that a chainguide is essential to ensure a Podium on the most technical of races. With the launch of our 15 gram Low Direct guide this now makes it possible to run one of our guides permanently at an extremely low weight insurance policy against dropped chains.

 

Hand made


Our full 9series range is Hand Made right here in our own purpose built Factory setup in Cape Town.

 

Each Chainguide is custom made to order with your choice of 16 graphic colors and 3 mounting options giving you an unbelievable 768 possible combinations.

 

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Snap fit slider system


All of our guides are mounted on our Snap Fit Slider system to make installation and adjustment as simple as possible. Snap on the correct spacer 1- 6mm for your bikes chainline, slide it down to cover the_bottom of the bolt, tighten and you are ready to Go!

 

Carbon top-guide


Weighing in at 7.4 grams our single-piece carbon top guide is Oval ring compatible and can be adjusted on the go without removing your chain.

 

Our full Carbon guide is an extremely lightweight insurance policy against a dropped chain

 

Complete Compatability


All of our chain guides use the same tech so that they are interchangeable throughout the range. Even our hardware is compatible with bits you would have in your tool box or even on your bike. Between standard M6, M5 and Chainring bolts our hardware is easily available.

 

Models available

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Our new 9 series guides are available in:

  • LD - Low direct frame mount - ( 15 grams)
  • HD - High Direct frame mount - ( 25 grams)
  • ISCG05 - ISCG05 Chainguide frame mount - ( 30 grams)
All models retail at R2,000.00

 

Colours



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  • Multiple colorways available.
  • Color charts will be available at our Premium level cSixx Dealers country wide
Customers can also specify colors on checkout at our Local online store www.csixx.co.za or at our Global online store - www.csixx.com




20 Comments

Headshot, Oct 21 2016 12:40

Hahahahahah R2k for teeny tiny bit of carbon.... 

cdevil, Oct 21 2016 12:55

Handmade in Cape Town and custom colour options don't come cheap!

Headshot, Oct 21 2016 01:11

At R2k for 30g of carbon  - imagine how much a 2kg frame would cost...

cdevil, Oct 21 2016 01:38

Almost as much as the new S-Works hahahaha

Hairy, Oct 21 2016 01:45

I have used a cSixx guide before, and it was awesome .... I am sure this will also be awesome, but at 2K ... einna ... yes yes yes you can get your colourway right and all and all .... 

rock, Oct 21 2016 01:46

I have used a cSixx guide before, and it was awesome .... I am sure this will also be awesome, but at 2K ... einna ... yes yes yes you can get your colourway right and all and all .... 

 

still wont fit my bike though?

Daezara, Oct 21 2016 02:02

R2k for a chain guide!!?? Are they crazy!!??

V12man, Oct 21 2016 02:15

i have seen some of these in the flesh and they look awesome.... and a matching price tag....

Aurora, Oct 21 2016 02:16

Are they taking the piss? 2k for a tiny carbon chain guide?

rock, Oct 21 2016 02:32

Even Specialized can sell you a small chain guide for $33?

 

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Hairy, Oct 21 2016 02:32

Are they taking the piss? 2k for a tiny carbon chain guide?

not wanting to defend the pricing here, but I would love to know the number of (skilled) man hours to manufacture the guide, not to mention the cost for the hardware.

Robodog, Oct 21 2016 02:48

No one has to buy the 9 series carbon guide. Nothing wrong with the 3 series guides for less than half that price. I have the 6 series on my bike.

 

You know where you can find all the cSixx stuff...

Headshot, Oct 21 2016 02:55

No one has to buy the 9 series carbon guide. Nothing wrong with the 3 series guides for less than half that price. I have the 6 series on my bike.

 

You know where you can find all the cSixx stuff...

How about a 50% discount on one of these babies :-) 

Hairy, Oct 21 2016 02:56

No one has to buy the 9 series carbon guide. Nothing wrong with the 3 series guides for less than half that price. I have the 6 series on my bike.

 

You know where you can find all the cSixx stuff...

I had the 3 series on my previous stumpy and it was rock solid

James29, Oct 22 2016 09:38

You get what you pay for. If you want to save some cash and buy something cheaper go for it but then don't complain every time you drop a chain in a race because u wanted to save a few bucks and bought a shitty product.

punchitchewie, Oct 22 2016 09:59

You get what you pay for. If you want to save some cash and buy something cheaper go for it but then don't complain every time you drop a chain in a race because u wanted to save a few bucks and bought a shitty product.


Strong first post, welcome! Have you or are you planning on purchasing one?

James29, Oct 22 2016 10:43

Haha shot man. Yeah first post. Nope i dont have one ive got the 3 series enduro guide and most of their other products and i have never dropped a chain since using it. I have also had other chainguides which gave me problemes and dropping a chain in a dh or enduro run or xc race can cost you a race so i think spending some extra cash on something that works will pay off in the long run. I have also tried this guide on a gnarly ride so i know it works haha.

Headshot, Oct 24 2016 11:14

James, are you a product tester for Csixx? Csixx is a great SA and Cape Town brand, but the pricing has always put me off. For instance, you can get a 35g One Up chain guide from CRC for around R380.00 . That puts it in perspective. An extra R1200.00 to save 10g. Mmmmm, no thanks. 

DJuice, Oct 24 2016 11:30

Csixx has great products and local is lekka!

I can only afford the chain guard/slap sock, it works 100%!

Can only dream of the rest.

deanbean, Oct 24 2016 11:36

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