Tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

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Tubliss, Tubliss system, Tubliss Gen 2.0

Have you been miles from the truck with a flat tire, no tools, and no way to fix it?

So, have I.

tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

When I first was introduced to TUbliss I thought “no way it works”. A year or so went by and I finally was able to meet someone that actually was running the Tubliss Gen 1.0 system. IT allows you convert your bike…..tubeless conversion kit motorcycle.

==> Click here to see how Tubliss COSTS

How does TUbliss work ?

There is a small high pressure inner tube that has a red rubber chamber that holds the high pressure tube. This creates 2 air chambers. This allows you to ditch the traditional tube.

Tubliss, Dual chamber, Dirtbike, Offroad, Tires, Tubliss, No tubs

This person was someone that was much faster than I and WAY harder on rims.

His response to me when I asked about it was, “I HATE flats, get some you will not regret it” that’s it.

That week bought the TUbliss 18” and the TUbliss 21” for my KTM.

How do you install TUbliss ?

This was my next question. Really, I was quite nervous that I would screw it up and the instructions that TUbliss provides are good, but I am a visual person and the watching the installation videos on YouTube was MUCH better for me.

Installing TUbliss is a lot like installing a normal tire.

The key is to slow down and use lots of lube (I use Armor All). The reason you want to slow down as you don’t want to damage the red liner. This liner is key in sealing up the bead.

The Gen 1.0 Tubliss red liner was as tough and only gave you enough rim tape to cover the inside of the rim. Nuetech now provides you with the correct amount of rim tape.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

Tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

TUbliss Gen 2.0 that has a tougher red liner and much more rim tape.

Changing a tire with TUbliss isn’t all that hard.

You let the air out of both chambers. Spoon the tire off – Make sure you aren’t spooning the tire and the red liner.

Once you get the tire off, you then can proceed to put on the tire the same way you did originally – see installation video.

Want to invest in TUbliss – click here

Questions about TUbliss that I commonly get:

Does Tubliss really work?

Yep, and we have been putting it on our bikes for over 6 years. Personally, if you take your time and install the Tubliss correctly you will not have any failures.

What PSI to run Tubliss ?

Well, at first I was running 10 PSI front and rear tires. Why? Because of a mental block from all the pinched flats I have gotten running lower pressures with normal tubes.

tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

This whole summer I started running less and less and I know am running 5 lbs in the front and the rear. TUbliss recommends putting in 10 PSI first and then running the same course and slowly take air out of each tire. Keep doing this until you don’t like the feel of the tires and then go back up to find the perfect PSI for your tires, riding style, and terrain.

Is TUbliss heavier than standard tubes ?

I don’t think its lighter than the tubes that come from the factory. It probably is lighter than an extra HD tube. I haven’t weighed them.

Why aren’t more extreme offroad enduro pros using them ?

Honestly, I think its because pros trash the hell out of their rims which means that bending a rim would cause air to leak but that’s not a failure of the TUbliss system that’s rim failure. However, I personally know guys who are much faster than the average rider that have run them for years and have bent their rims and it still works.

Pros opt for Mouse bids which are harder to install and wear out faster.

If Tubliss was so good why aren’t they being used in Supercross and Motocross ?

I don’t know the answer to that one. Really, I think they would benefit from getting more traction running lower PSI. I think it’s because it’s so damn competitive that teams are scared to try something new or they just want to do what the big teams are doing…

How long does Tubliss last ?

This all depends, really. I usually rotate my bike every 2 years. I haven’t replaced a set on any of my bikes. I inspect the Tubliss for damage every time I change a tire.

Towards the end of the 2 year cycle the Tubliss looks a little worn but still is holding the bead.

Is TUbliss right for me ?

Do you hate flats? Do you hate changing tubes on the trail? – Buy click here to buy it

If you aren’t a Pro racer and not getting paid to finish races. You should buy it.

tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

If you are already using Mouse Bibs and fine with the performance and tire changes, there no need to change. NUETECH makes a sweet new Mousse called Nitromousse. 

Mousse vs Tubliss

I haven’t tried the Nuetech Nitromousse yet.

What if I don’t have plugs and I get a flat with Tubliss ? This has happened to me before. I rode 15 miles at a pretty good clip on a flat front tire. Because TUbliss holds the bed onto the rim the tire still was able to work. I just went slower than normal and avoided pounding into rocks.

Do you use tire sealant with TUbliss ?

Yes, I do but there are times that I didn’t and it still worked perfect

What are the downsides of Tubliss ?

It costs more than standard HD tubes. You have to be a little more careful installing it to make sure you seal the bead. Bent rim could mean bead no longer seals.

The Tubliss system is too expensive 

Well, that’s a valid concern and my only response to that is I would rather spend more money to only have to take 5 minutes to fix a flat instead of 30-40 minutes fixing a flat on a tube.

Money is replaceable time is not. 

If you still need some proof here are some videos of what others are saying about Tubliss system.

tubeless conversion kit motorcycle

The TUbliss Gen 2.0 system will fit any dirtbike that has the following rim size:

Tubliss 21 ” rim

Tubliss 19 “ rim

Tubliss 18 “ rim

TUbliss is designed for offroad use only.

Get your set now – CLICK HERE

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Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

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Tubliss, Tubliss system, Tubliss Gen 2.0

Have you been miles from the truck with a flat tire, no tools, and no way to fix it?

So, have I.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

When I first was introduced to TUbliss I thought “no way it works”. A year or so went by and I finally was able to meet someone that actually was running the Tubliss Gen 1.0 system. IT allows you convert your bike into Tubeless off road motorcycle tires.

==> Click here to see how Tubliss COSTS

How does TUbliss work ?

There is a small high pressure inner tube that has a red rubber chamber that holds the high pressure tube. This creates 2 air chambers. This allows you to ditch the traditional tube.

Tubliss, Dual chamber, Dirtbike, Offroad, Tires, Tubliss, No tubs

This person was someone that was much faster than I and WAY harder on rims.

His response to me when I asked about it was, “I HATE flats, get some you will not regret it” that’s it.

That week bought the TUbliss 18” and the TUbliss 21” for my KTM.

How do you install TUbliss ?

This was my next question. Really, I was quite nervous that I would screw it up and the instructions that TUbliss provides are good, but I am a visual person and the watching the installation videos on YouTube was MUCH better for me.

Installing TUbliss is a lot like installing a normal tire.

The key is to slow down and use lots of lube (I use Armor All). The reason you want to slow down as you don’t want to damage the red liner. This liner is key in sealing up the bead.

The Gen 1.0 Tubliss red liner was as tough and only gave you enough rim tape to cover the inside of the rim. Nuetech now provides you with the correct amount of rim tape.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

Tubeless Gen 2 Tire System

TUbliss Gen 2.0 that has a tougher red liner and much more rim tape.

Changing a tire with TUbliss isn’t all that hard.

You let the air out of both chambers. Spoon the tire off – Make sure you aren’t spooning the tire and the red liner.

Once you get the tire off, you then can proceed to put on the tire the same way you did originally – see installation video.

Want to invest in TUbliss – click here

Questions about TUbliss that I commonly get:

Does Tubliss really work?

Yep, and we have been putting it on our bikes for over 6 years. Personally, if you take your time and install the Tubliss correctly you will not have any failures.

What PSI to run Tubliss ?

Well, at first I was running 10 PSI front and rear tires. Why? Because of a mental block from all the pinched flats I have gotten running lower pressures with normal tubes.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

This whole summer I started running less and less and I know am running 5 lbs in the front and the rear. TUbliss recommends putting in 10 PSI first and then running the same course and slowly take air out of each tire. Keep doing this until you don’t like the feel of the tires and then go back up to find the perfect PSI for your tires, riding style, and terrain.

Is TUbliss heavier than standard tubes ?

I don’t think its lighter than the tubes that come from the factory. It probably is lighter than an extra HD tube. I haven’t weighed them.

Why aren’t more extreme offroad enduro pros using them ?

Honestly, I think its because pros trash the hell out of their rims which means that bending a rim would cause air to leak but that’s not a failure of the TUbliss system that’s rim failure. However, I personally know guys who are much faster than the average rider that have run them for years and have bent their rims and it still works.

Pros opt for Mouse bids which are harder to install and wear out faster.

If Tubliss was so good why aren’t they being used in Supercross and Motocross ?

I don’t know the answer to that one. Really, I think they would benefit from getting more traction running lower PSI. I think it’s because it’s so damn competitive that teams are scared to try something new or they just want to do what the big teams are doing…

How long does Tubliss last ?

This all depends, really. I usually rotate my bike every 2 years. I haven’t replaced a set on any of my bikes. I inspect the Tubliss for damage every time I change a tire.

Towards the end of the 2 year cycle the Tubliss looks a little worn but still is holding the bead.

Is TUbliss right for me ?

Do you hate flats? Do you hate changing tubes on the trail? – Buy click here to buy it

If you aren’t a Pro racer and not getting paid to finish races. You should buy it.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

If you are already using Mouse Bibs and fine with the performance and tire changes, there no need to change. NUETECH makes a sweet new Mousse called Nitromousse. 

Mousse vs Tubliss

I haven’t tried the Nuetech Nitromousse yet.

What if I don’t have plugs and I get a flat with Tubliss ? This has happened to me before. I rode 15 miles at a pretty good clip on a flat front tire. Because TUbliss holds the bed onto the rim the tire still was able to work. I just went slower than normal and avoided pounding into rocks.

Do you use tire sealant with TUbliss ?

Yes, I do but there are times that I didn’t and it still worked perfect

What are the downsides of Tubliss ?

It costs more than standard HD tubes. You have to be a little more careful installing it to make sure you seal the bead. Bent rim could mean bead no longer seals.

The Tubliss system is too expensive 

Well, that’s a valid concern and my only response to that is I would rather spend more money to only have to take 5 minutes to fix a flat instead of 30-40 minutes fixing a flat on a tube.

Money is replaceable time is not. 

If you still need some proof here are some videos of what others are saying about Tubliss system.

Tubeless off road motorcycle tires

The TUbliss Gen 2.0 system will fit any dirtbike that has the following rim size:

Tubliss 21 ” rim

Tubliss 19 “ rim

Tubliss 18 “ rim

TUbliss is designed for offroad use only.

Get your set now – CLICK HERE

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Tubliss with Shinko 525 Cheater

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Honda CR250R with Tubliss

Shinko 525 HYBRID CHEATER with Tubliss

So, I have had the chance to spend a couple of hours on a 2003 Honda CR250R that has the Shinko 525 Hybrid Cheater tire with Tubliss installed.

This is a REALLY good combo….


It does really well in pretty much everything I threw at it….and I think its up to the task to compete with the Kenda IBEX.

Scroll to the bottom to see the specs on the Shinko 525 Cheater tire.

Tires can make or break a riding trip. The VERY best modification you can do to your bike is new tires with the Tubliss system.

Traction is the key with dirt bikes and you need to make sure you keep your tires fresh.

The combo of a sticky hybrid tire and Tubliss = MAGIC.

You still have the knobbies of a motocross style tire, plus a stiffer sidewall but you get the gummy trials tire compound for the knobbies.

This allows you to grip hard surfaces WAY better then a standard tire. In fact dirtbike tire companies are hurrying to release their version of these Hybrid tires….they are that good.

Now. The Shinko 525 is the new and improved version of the old Shinko 505 and in my opinion is much better…

Why?

The Knobbies…..They offer good hook up in the really loose/sandy conditions as well. The 505 just lacked a little in that area. This was where the IBEX was better then the 505….

The IBEX and 525 are pretty much even to me. I would get either of them.

I will continue to add to this post as I learn more about Shinko 525 vs Kenda IBEX

So, it really comes down to the price:

Click HERE to see Shinko 525 price

Click HERE to see Kenda IBEX price

Click here to see more about the Shinko 505

 

 

 Last week was the first time that I was able to spend time riding on the Shinko 525 Cheater.
Its a really good tire.
Shinko’s newest Hybrid Soft/Intermediate Terrain Enduro/Extreme single track trail tire finds traction in the most extreme conditions
  • Perfect for Soft/Intermediate terrain
  • Best of both worlds, soft sticky rubber compounds like the Trail Pro trails tire in a knobby tread pattern to work in a wide variety of soil conditions
  • Where a Trials tire falls short in braking and loose soil conditions, the 525 “Cheater” bridges that gap to make it the Ultimate Hybrid off-road tire
  • Wide self-cleaning tread design
  • Available in popular 18″ and 19″ sizes
  • 4 ply

Get your Shinko 525 Hybrid Cheater tire here

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Husqvarna with Tubliss

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husqvarna tubliss

Ever wondered if you could get Tubliss for your Husqvarna dirt bike?

The answer is yes…..

Will Tubliss fit on ANY Husqvarna dirt bike?

Husqvarna with Tubliss System

==> check out Husqvarna Motorcycles 

The answer is no…

However, Tubliss isn’t brand specific, rather its rim size specific.

==> Click here for full review of the Tubliss system

There is a limit to which size of rim that Tubliss currently fits on…and it comes in 3 different sizes for now.

Husqvarna Tubliss tire sizes

  • 21 Inch
  • 19 inch
  • 18 inch

So, if you have any Husqvarna dirt bike with a 21″ front rim you can put Tubliss on your front tire.

List of Husqvarna Offroad bikes that require a 21″ and 18″ rim Tubliss system

  • TE 150
  • TE 250i
  • TE 300i
  • FE 250
  • FE 350
  • FE 450
  • FE 501
  • TX 300
  • FX 350
  • FX 450

List of Husqvarna Motocross bikes that require a 21″ and 19″ rim Tubliss system

  • TC 125
  • TC 250
  • FC 250
  • FC 350
  • FC 450



Tubliss System will work great for any Beta dirt bike, in fact I highly recommend using Tubliss if you ride offroad or enduro.

I have been using Tubliss for years. Everytime I get a new bike the first thing I do, is put Tubliss on my bike.

 

Adding Tubliss with the Husqvarna forks just made it perform even better.

I would feel more planted and safer but with solid rebound and compression.

Using Tubliss will help you eliminate flats, and provide you with better traction.

This will allow you to stay out riding for much longer and climb up that gnarly rock section that everyone else is struggling with.

Tubliss is a must have upgrade to your Husqvarna.

==> Click here to get your Tubiss now

While Tubliss will not fit on ANY Husqvarna dirt bike

*** As always please comment below letting me know what bike your ride and if you have any questions.

Quick Links:

Tubliss review 2018 – This is a review of the TUbliss 2.0 Gen system

Tubliss install with Slime

Tubliss on a Honda

 

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Tubliss with Beta Motorcycles

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Beta RR Racing 2 stroke-right side-LR

Ever wondered if you could get Tubliss for your Beta dirt bike?

The answer is yes…..

Will Tubliss fit on ANY Beta dirt bike?

Beta with Tubliss System

==> check out Beta Motorcycles 

The answer is no…

However, Tubliss isn’t brand specific, rather its rim size specific.

==> Click here for full review of the Tubliss system

There is a limit to which size of rim that Tubliss currently fits on…and it comes in 3 different sizes for now.

Visit Beta’s website here

Beta Tubliss tire sizes

  • 21 Inch
  • 19 inch
  • 18 inch

So, if you have any Beta dirt bike with a 21″ front rim you can put Tubliss on your front tire.

List of Beta Offroad bikes that require a 21″ and 18″ rim Tubliss system

  • 300RR – Race Edition
  • 300 RR
  • 250 RR – Race Edition
  • 250 RR
  • 200 RR
  • 125 RR



Tubliss System will work great for any Beta dirt bike, in fact I highly recommend using Tubliss if you ride offroad or enduro.

He has been using Tubliss for years. Everytime he gets a new bike the first thing he does is put Tubliss on his bike.

The last Beta I rode, and it was in the mountains and I wish I had Tubliss

Adding Tubliss with the Beta forks just made it perform even better.

I would feel more planted and safer but with solid rebound and compression.

Using Tubliss will help you eliminate flats, and provide you with better traction.

This will allow you to stay out riding for much longer and climb up that gnarly rock section that everyone else is struggling with.

Tubliss is a must have upgrade to your Beta.

==> Click here to get your Tubiss now

While Tubliss will not fit on ANY Beta dirt bike

*** As always please comment below letting me know what bike your ride and if you have any questions.

Quick Links:

Tubliss review 2018 – This is a review of the TUbliss 2.0 Gen system

Tubliss install with Slime

Tubliss on a Honda

 

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Does Tubliss work with a Kawasaki

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Kawasaki with Tubliss

Ever wondered if you could get Tubliss for your Kawasaki dirt bike?

The answer is yes…..

Will Tubliss fit on ANY Kawasaki dirt bike?

Kawasaki with Tubliss System

The answer is no…

However, Tubliss isn’t brand specific, rather its rim size specific.

==> Click here for full review of the Tubliss system

There is a limit to which size of rim that Tubliss currently fits on…and it comes in 3 different sizes for now.

Check out the ALL new Kawasaki 2019 KX450

Visit Kawasaki’s website here

Kawasaki Tubliss tire sizes

  • 21 Inch
  • 19 inch
  • 18 inch

So, if you have any Kawasaki dirt bike with a 21″ front rim you can put tubliss on your front tire.

List of Kawasaki Motocross bikes that require a 21″ and 19″ rim Tubliss 

  • KX450
  • KX250

List of Kawasaki Offroad bikes that require a 21″ and 18″ rim Tubliss system

  • KLX450



Tubliss System will work great for any Kawasaki dirt bike, in fact I highly recommend using Tubliss if you ride offroad or enduro.

My buddy has a 2016 KX450 and he has been using Tubliss for years. Everytime he gets a new bike the first thing he does is put Tubliss on his bike.

 

Adding Tubliss with theKawasaki forks just made them perform even better.

I would feel more planted and safer but with solid rebound and compression.

Using Tubliss will help you eliminate flats, and provide you with better traction.

This will allow you to stay out riding for much longer and climb up that gnarly rock section that everyone else is struggling with.

Tubliss is a must have upgrade to your Kawasaki.

==> Click here to get your Tubiss now

While Tubliss will not fit on ANY Kawasaki dirt bike

*** As always please comment below letting me know what bike your ride and if you have any questions.

Quick Links:

Tubliss review 2018 – This is a review of the TUbliss 2.0 Gen system

Tubliss install with Slime

Tubliss on a Honda

 

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Suzuki with Tubliss System

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Ever wondered if you could get Tubliss for your Suzuki dirt bike?

The answer is yes…..

Will Tubliss fit on ANY Suzuki dirt bike?

Suzuki with Tubliss System

The answer is no…

However, Tubliss isn’t brand specific, rather its rim size specific.

==> Click here for full review of the Tubliss system

There is a limit to which size of rim that Tubliss currently fits on…and it comes in 3 different sizes for now.

Visit Suzuki’s website here

Suzuki Tubliss tire sizes

  • 21 Inch
  • 19 inch
  • 18 inch

So, if you have any Suzuki dirt bike with a 21″ front rim you can put tubliss on your front tire.

List of Suzuki Motocross bikes that require a 21″ and 19″ rim Tubliss 

  • RMZ450
  • RMZ250

List of Suzuki Offroad bikes that require a 21″ and 18″ rim Tubliss system

  • RMX450



Tubliss System will work great for any Honda dirt bike, in fact I highly recommend using Tubliss if you ride offroad or enduro.

He has been using Tubliss for years. Everytime he gets a new bike the first thing he does is put Tubliss on his bike.

The last Suzuki I rode was a 2005 RM250 and it was in the mountains and I wish I had Tubliss

Adding Tubliss with the Suzuki forks just made it perform even better.

I would feel more planted and safer but with solid rebound and compression.

Using Tubliss will help you eliminate flats, and provide you with better traction.

This will allow you to stay out riding for much longer and climb up that gnarly rock section that everyone else is struggling with.

Tubliss is a must have upgrade to your Suzuki.

==> Click here to get your Tubiss now

While Tubliss will not fit on ANY Suzuki dirt bike

*** As always please comment below letting me know what bike your ride and if you have any questions.

Quick Links:

Tubliss review 2018 – This is a review of the TUbliss 2.0 Gen system

Tubliss install with Slime

Tubliss on a Honda

 

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Tubliss on a Honda

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CRF with Tubliss

Ever wondered if you could get Tubliss for your Honda dirt bike?

The answer is yes…..

Will Tubliss fit on ANY Honda dirt bike?

Honda with Tubliss System

The answer is no…

However, Tubliss isn’t brand specific, rather its rim size specific.

==> Click here for full review of the Tubliss system

There is a limit to which size of rim that Tubliss currently fits on…and it comes in 3 different sizes for now.

Check out Honda’s website for list of bikes

Honda Tubliss tire sizes

  • 21 Inch
  • 19 inch
  • 18 inch

So, if you have any Yamaha dirt bike with a 21″ front rim you can put tubliss on your front tire.

List of Honda bikes that require a 21″ and 19″ rim Tubliss 

  • CRF450R
  • CRF250R

List of Honda bikes that require a 21″ and 18″ rim Tubliss system

  • CRF450RX
  • CRF250RX
  • CRF250X
  • CRF450X



Tubliss System will work great for any Honda dirt bike, in fact I highly recommend using Tubliss if you ride offroad or enduro.

I am really excited for the ALL NEW 2019 CRF250RX …. This bike should be a solid bike.

He has been using Tubliss for years. Everytime he gets a new bike the first thing he does is put Tubliss on his bike.

I spent a around 6 hours on this Honda riding it fast desert with big whoops and loose conditions.  Even with running the tires at a lower then normal PSI, I never felt uncomfortable going fast.

Adding Tubliss with the KYB Honda forks just made it perform even better.

I would feel more planted and safer but with solid rebound and compression.

Using Tubliss will help you eliminate flats, and provide you with better traction.

This will allow you to stay out riding for much longer and climb up that gnarly rock section that everyone else is struggling with.

Tubliss is a must have upgrade to your Honda.

==> Click here to get your Tubiss now

While Tubliss will not fit on ANY Honda dirt bike it will fit on the major CRF and CRFX

*** As always please comment below letting me know what bike your ride and if you have any questions.

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Tubliss 17 inch

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So, I get asked all the time if Neutech Tubliss makes other Tubliss sizes other than then 

==> click here for full Tubliss review

Current Tubliss Sizes

  • 21 In Tubliss
  • 19 In Tubliss
  • 18 In Tubliss

how tubliss works

I have been asked if a Tubliss 17 inch is ever going to be made and to be honest I don’t know.

The reason that Nuetech has decided to make Tubliss in the sizes that they do is pretty obvious.

They want to make the most money which means they need to make product for the most popular rims sizes in the dirt bike market.

The 21 in front and 18 in rear is probably their best sellers. 

Why?

21 in rim is the front tire for almost all of the big bikes 125-500 CC +

The 19 in is for Motocross bikes.

Most people that are using Tubliss are enduro offroaders and those offroad dirt bikes have a 18 in rim.

You can use Tubliss for your motocross bike and it works great….it just seems to be more popular with the offroad single track crew.

Do I think Nuetech will ever make a 17″ Tubliss?

Depends….

If they sell enough of the 21,18, and 19 in Tubliss then there is a good chance they will venture into other sizes as well.

But for now they unfortunately don’t make a 17 in Tubliss.

If you are interested in Tubliss or have any questions please leave your message in the comments below.

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

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FMF Gnarly pipe 2 stroke review

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FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe

Looking into getting a FMF Gnarly pipe for your 2 stroke dirt bike?

If, yes then stick around this review is for you.

I have been replacing my bent, smashed up stock OEM 2 stroke pipes with the FMF Gnarly pipe.

==> 2018 Tubliss review

My last bike which was a 2017 KTM 300 XC had one but I got a new 2017 KTM 250 XC that is still using the stock 2 stroke pipe (It does have a FMF Turbine Core 2 silencer).

With spring around the corner I am sure I will be needing to get a new FMF Gnarly pipe soon….

Why should I buy a FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe?

If you are a serious offroad rider and want to broaden the power to get more traction, you need to invest in the FMF Gnarly pipe with a FMF Turbine Core 2 silencer.

CLICK HERE TO Get yours ==>

Here are the benefits of the FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe

  • 18 gauge steel for way more durability over stock
  • More Tractable power gains
  • Power gains in the bottom to mid range
  • FMF uses a Tru-Flo stamping process to ensure perfect fit
  • Most cases can be used with stock silencer
  • O – rings are included

Downsides of the FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe

  • There isn’t ANY

Getting a FMF Gnarly pipe is cheaper and better than replacing it with a stock OEM 2 stroke pipe.

For example KTM’s OEM 2 stroke pipe for a 300 xc costs around $400 bucks…..


 

The toughest 2 stroke pipe you can buy

The Gnarly is made to take a beating and is probably one of the toughest 2 stroke pipes you can buy.

Along with giving you better bottom end power, this allows for more traction.

For those who ride hard enduro or offroad know that traction is KING.

FMF also pre dent’s the top of the FMF Gnarly for KTM bikes allowing the pipe to wrap closer to the bike.

This keeps the FMF pipe further away from trouble, but not completely out of trouble.

If you need to fix other dents in your FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe, be aware that the pre dent will also be fixed.

(This happened to one of my buddies)

FMF is one of the few companies that are still investing time and money in development of 2 stroke pipes.

If you are the type of Dirt bike rider that is hard on pipes (You know who you are)

You really don’t have a choice…..The FMF Gnarly pipe is the best 2 stroke pipe for the job.

FMF Gnarly with Powercore 2

The FMF Gnarly with a Turbine powercore 2 is the best combination for a 2 stroke rider who rides hard enduro.

The Turbine powercore 2 is Forest Service approved.

==> CLICK here to get more traction on your dirt bike

Let us know what you think about your FMF Gnarly 2 stroke pipe.

 

 

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