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Gekkota VE33S tire

IRC VE33s Gekkota Rear Tire Review

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This is a review of the 2019 IRC Gekkota VE33S Rear tire

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Every once in a while a manufacture will come out with a new tire for the enduro crowd that gets everyone excited.

IRC has done that with the Gekkota VE33s rear tire.

The name “Gekkota” is a bit strange…but HEY if it works who cares what IRC calls it.

When IRC set out to build the VE33S they wanted to build something that could be really grippy but also be able to take the abuse that dirtbike tires take.

The Gekkota V33 rear tire is built out of an optimum rubber compound that allows you to get traction in the places that need it.

This IRC V33S tire has been developed for cross country and hard enduro racing.

Developed and tested in the most extreme enduro-style conditions.

New gummy compound enhances high-speed cornering performance and durability.

Sidewall rigidity provides extra bump-absorption performance.

Tall blocks are designed to provide a larger contact patch and flexibility for maximum traction no matter the conditions.

Tube type.

M-rated for speeds up to 81 mph.

Here are what people are saying about the IRC Gekkota VE33s tire

“the best tire for the type of riding I do”

” I have been using the VE33 since the early 90s best all around tire out there”

“Looks grippy, big knobs with even distribution”

“Has been a great tire time and time again whether im riding east coast mud, west coast rocky single track or trying to climb a big hill”

The IRC Gekkota VE33 tire is a new sticky tire that offers you grip and knobby performance that is needed when riding offroad.

Why?

When you ride offroad you encounter just about every different kind a conditions imaginable.

Gekkota VE33S tire

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How does the IRC Gekkota VE33S compare?

  • Shinko 505 Cheater
  • Shinko 525 Cheater
  • Kenda IBEX

We are in the process of pitting them against each other and so far the VE33S really is stacking up.

It has the grip of the Kenda IBEX 

With the durability of the Shinko tires

What sizes does the IRC Gekkota VE33S rear come in?

  • Gekkota VE33S 100/100×17
  • Gekkota VE33S 100/100×18
  • Gekkota VE33S 110/100×18
  • Gekkota VE33S 110/90×19
  • Gekkota VE33S 5.10×17
  • Gekkota VE33S 5.10×18

The IRC VE33S is an intermediate tire for offroad racing and riding.

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IRC Gekkota VE33 Specs

  • Position Rear
  • Load Rating 64
  • Speed Rating M
  • Tire Type Offroad
  • Tire Application Intermediate T10161

IRC Gekkota VE33S with TUbliss

Tubliss is highly recommended to run with the VE33. This combination makes you pretty much unstoppable.

Sticky tires with the ability to run at a low pressure really make for the best grip available.

We are working on a full review with Tubliss and the VE33

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Top 3 Dirtbike Tube replacement options

Honda CR250R with Tubliss

I get asked all of the time which options should you go with when replacing the stock OEM tubes in your Dirt Bike.

Really there isn’t one clear option for everyone as each person has a different budget, riding style, and riding terrain.

You want to make sure that you purchase the very best solution or product for you and your dirt bike.

Some things to keep in mind

  • Budget
  • Does it solve flat tires
  • How easy is it to install
  • How long does it last

However, I am able to give you the top 3 dirt bike tube replacement options.

Let’s get started with the number one OEM Tube replacement option.

Top 5 Dirtbike Tube replacement options.

  1. Tubliss System

Tubliss is my personal number one choice.

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Why?

Tubliss is a easy and affordable way to completely get rid of flat tires and pinched flats.

Tubliss is a system that allows you to ditch the normal tube that comes with the bike from the factory.

You will then install a system seen above that has a inner bladder and red liner to seal the bead and allow you to run the dirt bike tire without a tube.

The amazing thing about the Tubliss System is that it allows you to run the dirtbike tire at ANY tire pressure you like.

For example I run Tubliss at 5-7 lbs both in the rear tire and the front tire.

This allows for WAY MORE grip then a standard tube. You also eliminate the bouncing and deflecting that happens when running a higher PSI in your dirtbike tube.

Does it completely eliminate flats….

No.

However, you just use a standard plug to patch the hole in the tire. This means you don’t have to take the tire off or anything. Usually this takes less in 10 minutes but can be done in only a few minutes.

If you don’t have a kit to plug a tire (SEE what KIT I am talking about HERE)

You can ride back to the truck as Tubliss will hold the tire bead on the rim.

Is Tubliss bullet proof no…but its close.

I have yet to have one fail on me…even after using them on everyone of my bikes over the past 6-7 years.

So, below are the pros and cons of the Tubliss System

Tubliss Pros

  • Eliminates most flats and pinched flats
  • Easy to plug when you do get a flat tire
  • Installation isn’t too difficult
  • Last a long time and protects your rim
  • Can run at whatever PSI you need for the terrain
  • Can run with a flat tire

Tubliss Cons

  • Not exactly Cheap (see below for price)
  • A few extra steps when installing
  • Still have to plug the tire
  • If you bend your rim really bad the system could fail

Tubliss Systems Price $179.90 (Front and rear tire price)

2. Mousse Bib Tube

Mousse bibs are what the pro riders use….

Why?

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They are the most indestructible product that dirtbike riders can get their hands on.

Mousse bibs don’t get flats and for the most part can take a MAJOR beating for wearing out or breaking.

The reason that mose pro riders choose Mousse bibs over Tubliss or Heavy duty tubs…is they still work when you bend or smash up your rim.

Most weekend warriors like myself don’t bend their rim all that often…not saying it can’t happen.

I am nowhere close to a pro rider.

Mousse bids is the choice for most hard enduro riders.

They are not easy to install and there is a bit of a learning curve.

They also need to be broken in a bit.

Now this break in period depends on which Mousse tube you go with.

They usually start around feeling around 10-15 PSI and then break down from there.

This also means you really can’t control how much air pressure (if you want to call it that) is in the tire.

Bib-Mousse vs Tubliss

I have seen pros drill holes through the Mousse to get the desired feel

Some riders complain about the “Dead” feeling Mousse bibs have.

However, You can really ride with the ultimate confidence as you will never get a flat tire….

This is the Major bonus point of Mousse tubes….not flats…no pinched tubes…..indestructible.  

So if you want the most indestructible product out there and you don’t care about the different PSI or Cost then the Mousse tubes are for you.

Mousse Tubes Pros

  • Indestructible
  • No flats or pinched flats
  • Last longer then heavy duty tube
  • protects your rim
  • As it breaks down you get better grip
  • Simple

Mousse Tubes Cons

  • Costly
  • Harder to install
  • Can’t control the PSI
  • Dead Feel

Mousse Bib Tube price: $106-$150 (Price is for one tire)

Ultra Heavy Duty dirt bike tube

3. Ultra Heavy Duty Tubes

Ultra heavy duty tubes are WAY better than your standard OEM tubes.

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They can take a way higher beating and are way less prone to pinched flats.

Heavy Duty tubes are great because they are so much cheaper then the Tubliss and Mousse systems.

They are easier to install and really isn’t a learning curve.

When running a Ultra Heavy Duty tube you can smash into just about anything and in most cases not worry about getting a flat tire.

This is the option if you don’t want to invest in the more expensive options and just care about having a simple easy to install option for your dirtbike.

Heavy duty tubes are still being used everywhere.

Ultra Heavy Duty Tubes Pros

  • Cost effective
  • Protect against Flats better than OEM tubes
  • Easy to install
  • Can run at a little less PSI vs Stock tubes
  • Easy to find

Ultra Heavy Duty TUbes Cons

  • Don’t completely protect against flats
  • Having to carry spare Tubes on your ride
  • Have to run the Tubes at a higher PSI
  • Less traction

Ultra Heavy Duty Tube Price: $20-$40 per tire

Final Thoughts:

Any of the above options are a must for any hard enduro rider……..The stock or OEM tubes will not stand up to the abuse.

The last thing that you want is to ruin your riding with a flat tire. 

The Mousse Tube bib you will never get a flat

The Tubliss System you can plug a flat in 5 minutes or ride back to the truck

The Ultra Heavy Duty Tubes significantly reduces your chances of getting a flat

That being said I personally prefer Tubliss over all….

WHY?

For the money it’s the best bang for your buck.

The ability to run at whatever PSI I want is really important

And…Tubliss really isn’t all that hard to install.

There you go.

What do you prefer and WHY?

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Mousse vs Tubliss

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

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Tubliss pressure

Tubliss in the mud

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This is a review of Tubliss in the mud.

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One of the MAJOR advantages of using Tubliss over heavy duty inner tubes on your dirt bike is the ability to run your air pressure at a MUCH lower PSI.

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Tubliss is a system that allows you to completely eliminate pinched flats.

Most people don’t realize that having the ability to run your tire pressure at a low pressure gives you WAY more traction.

So, how does Tubliss perform in the Mud?

I pretty much always no matter what the conditions are run Tubliss between 5-7 PSI.

For the mud I will run 5 PSI.

This allows your tire to have a bigger patch of your tire in contact with the ground. This allows more of the knobbies to impact the much giving you so much grip then a tire with a standard tube.

In mud traction and lots of it is really needed.

I have ridden Tubliss in EVERY condition including snow and Ice.

It’s MUCH MUCH better than standard tubes for the above mentioned reasons.

When hitting mud the lower air pressure allows you to get the grip you need to keep your forward motion.

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If you ride mud a lot I would highly recommend that you invest in Tubliss. 

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Does Tubliss work on an Adventure Bike

I get asked from time to time if Tubliss works with Adventure bikes? (Also known as ADV bikes)

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Adventure bikes for those who are wondering are bikes that you can use on road and offroad. However, they tend to be bikes that spend more time on pavement vs dirt.

Dual Sport VS Adventure bike

So, the question Does Tubliss work on an Adventure bikes?

The answer is Depends.

As you probably notice Adventure bikes come in all different shapes and sizes.

You have the more pavement road worth ADV bikes and then the more dirt worth ADV bikes.

how tubliss works

Overall, Tubliss DOES NOT RECOMMEND using TUBLISS for PAVEMENT USE.

Tubliss was designed for a dirt only application. However, I have ridden my bike on pavement with Tubliss for miles but haven’t experienced any failure.

Note** I would strongly suggest you DON’T use Tubliss on paved roads

Will Tubliss fit an adventure bike?

That all depends on the size of the rim.

Tubliss only comes in the following rims sizes

  • Front 21″ Inch Rim Tubliss
  • Rear 19″ Inch Rim Tubliss
  • Rear 18″ Inch Rear Tubliss

So some of the bigger ADV bikes will have a different tire size.

But if your adventure bikes comes with a the above mentioned sizes they will fit. And if you are using your Adventure bike mainly for dirt riding with maybe a mile here and there then Tubliss probably would work for you.

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If not I would recommend you stick to a Heavy Duty Tube instead of Tubliss


Adventure bikes

KTM

  • KTM 690 ENDURO
  • KTM 1090 Adventure R
  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
  • KTM 500 SXCF
  • KTM 450 EXCF Six Days
  • KTM 350 EXCF
  • KTM 259 EXCF

BMW

  • BMW R 1200 GS Adventure
  • BMW R 1200 GS
  • BMW S 1000 XR
  • BMW F 800 GS Adventure
  • BMW F 850 GS
  • BMW F 750 GS
  • BMW G 310 GS
  • BMW R1250 GS

HONDA

  • Honda VFR1200X
  • Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L
  • Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L2
  • Honda HC750X
  • Honda HC700X
  • Honda CB500X
  • Honda CRF450L
  • Honda CRF250L
  • Honda CRF250L Rally
  • Honda XR650L

KAWASAKI

  • Kawasaki KLX250
  • Kawasaki KLR650

Yamaha

  • Yamaha Super Tenere ES
  • Yamaha Super Tenere
  • Yamaha WR250R
  • Yamaha XT250
  • Yamaha TW200

Husqvarna

  • Husqvarna 701 Enduro

Suzuki

  • Suzuki V-Strom 1000XT
  • Suzuki V-Strom 1000
  • Suzuki V-Strom 1000XT Adventure
  • Suzuki V-Strom 1000ABS Adventure
  • Suzuki V-Strom 650XT
  • Suzuki V-Strom 650XT Touring
  • Suzuki V-Strom 650
  • Suzuki DR650S
  • Suzuki DRZ400S
  • Suzuki DR200S
  • Suzuki  VanVan 200

Beta Motorcycles

  • Beta 350 RRS
  • Beta 390 RRS
  • Beta 430 RRS
  • Beta 500 RRS

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Other Tubliss Stuff to check out

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

TUbliss really works: See what the Dirt Bike industry is saying about TUbliss

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Where to buy Tubliss

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Where to buy Tubliss

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

So, have I.

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.

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Where to buy Tubliss ?

You can buy Tubliss on Amazon Prime….I recommend getting the front and rear at the same time. This way you can have tubliss all around and you don’t have to carry a tube and plugs.

Also, in this article we jump into how Tubliss works and why its a solid product to invest in.

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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.

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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

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.

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

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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.

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.

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. Buy it here ->

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.

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

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.

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Motocross Enduro

husqvarna motocross

Have you ever wondered what the Difference between motocross and enduro?

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Motocross Enduro

First things first….no matter what type of riding you do their are specific bikes that for specific reasons.

The bike in the above picture is a Motocross bike.

Motocross bikes typically have stiffer suspension and higher gearing.

Enduro bikes typically have softer suspension and lower gearing.

Motocross enduro isn’t really a thing however they have races like the GNCC that combines motocross jumps with enduro as well.

Motocross bikes for years have been converted into hard enduro slaying machines….WHY?

For years all the “Enduro bikes” where just soft trail bikes not full fledge race beasts….

Think Honda XR or CRFX…Yamaha WR as well.

If you wanted to take one of these Trail bikes and make them into a hard charging Enduro racing Machine you would need to do the following….

  • Ignition mapping
  • Full Exhaust system
  • Figure how to make it lighter…if possible
  • Get rid of emission green sticker crap…Thanks Cali
  • Remove Throttle stop
  • Upgrade the Suspension
  • High compression piston
  • Skid plate if it didn’t come with the bike…most didn’t back then
  • Hand guards if it didn’t come with the bike
  • Rear Disk Guard

It was cheaper to take a Motocross bike and turn it into an Enduro bike

You would take a YZ450F which was built for Motocross build it for Enduro

Here is what you would have to add to a motocross bike.

  • Softer suspension
  • Different gearing
  • 18 inch rear wheel
  • Larger gas tank
  • hand guards
  • Skid plate
  • rear disk guard
  • Tubliss or Mousse bibs

So back then you had a choice..

Motocross or Enduro

This all changed when KTM decided it would make a FULL fledge offroad enduro bike.

KTM decided that they would take their motocross platform and build a XC model that was somewhere between their EXC/XCW and the SX models.

This brought the world a do it all bike….These XC models are only sold here in the states.


WHY?

That’s because people in the past where taking Motocross bikes and trying to turn them into Enduro bikes.

The great thing is most of the Manufactures have followed suit.

CRF with Tubliss

Honda now has the

  • CRF450RX
  • CRF250RX

Yamaha Tubliss

Yamaha now has the

  • YZ450FX
  • YZ250FX
  • YZ250X

GasGas 

  • 200XC
  • 250xc
  • 300XC

Sherco

  • 125 SC
  • 250SC
  • 250SCF
  • 300 SC
  • 300SCF
  • 450SCF
  • 500SCF

KTM/Husky

  • 250xc
  • 300xc
  • 250xcf
  • 350xcf
  • 450xcf

and Beta just has enduro race bikes not these hybrid bikes.

KTM, BETA, Sherco, and GasGas make full fledge HARD ENDURO race bikes…

These bikes are designed for the gnarly. 

  • Softer suspension
  • E-Start
  • KTM has PDS rear shock for more clearance
  • E-Start
  • Gearing for hard enduro

Here is a picture of a Enduro Race dirtbike

Beta RR Racing 2 stroke-right side-LR

Riding a enduro bike on a motocross track is harder to do as the suspension can’t really handle the huge jumps, and whoops Motocross Enduro

That doesn’t mean that it cannot be done…it just means that its not all that great. Now some dirt bike manufacturers make a hybrid….a bike that might be able to do motocross and enduro.

The Yamaha YZ250X or the KTM300XC are examples of 2 stroke bikes that are more closely related to Motocross and enduro.

However these bikes can ride on a motocross track and then head out on a gnarly single track trail….

Are this type of bikes better than a true hard enduro bike on gnarly single track?

No….however they are WAY better out in the desert and on a Motocross track.

Motocross Enduro has turned into an entire MARKET….

You can ride these hybrid bikes just about anywhere and they really are the do it all bike….

If you told me I can only have one bike….(Who only wants one bike?)

I would get one of these bikes because you can really ride it EVERYWHERE.

Is it as good as a Motocross bike on the track…NO

Is it as good as a XCW in hard Enduro….NO

But can it do all of the above YES. and it can do it well enough for my abilities. 

 

Leave us a comment if you have any questions about Dirtbikes.

How long does Tubliss last

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Problems with Tubliss

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Problems with Tubliss

Ever before questioned suppose there are any kind of problems with Tubliss?
If so after that stay as this post is for you.

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Tubliss is a system that was developed to remove flat tires on your motorcycle tires.

If you have every had any type of problems or have inquiries please remark listed below.

Riding offroad motorcycle with all the differing surface truly abuses tires.

Why is this essential..

Well, what happens if the high pressure tube stops working throughout a flight?
I never ever have actually had this take place to me to be truthful, and also I have actually ridden with Tubliss for the previous 6+ years.

It likewise, does not harmed to bring added high pressure internal tubes in your backpack together with your device collection. They are MUCH smaller sized after that a HD internal tube.

In either case you have to ditch the OEM tubes for something much better … as well as there typically aren’t actually that several disadvantages to making use of Tubliss.

Tubliss isn’t really bullet evidence however its rather close … Mousse bibs is the a lot of bullet evidence alternative however click on the Mousse VS Tubliss web link as there are pro and also disadvantages to both systems, as well as right currently I pick Tubliss over Mousse bibs.

Also, if you have the appropriate tools and also added tubes … altering a tube route side isn’t really all that enjoyable.

If you cannot inform many of the issues individuals have with Tubliss takes place throughout the installment procedure.

The factor you could do this is Tubliss will certainly hold the grain of the tire into the edge.

Lug a 21″ as well as a 18″ tube substitute if you are riding a offroad bike rather than an MX.

I directly have ridden 10-12 miles on a level front tire without any concerns.

Problems with Tubliss

Televisions that originate from the manufacture truly do not stand up to the misuse that hardcore offroad motorcyclists offer their tires.

Just how, do you fight that … Constantly see to it that you have sufficient atmospheric pressure in the internal tube prior to every flight.

Well, if you have actually ever before experienced a level when you are MILES from the truck you understand that obtaining a puncture on your dirtbike just SUCKS.

If you ever before jab an opening in the Tire as well as you do not have plugs to repair it you could ride back to the truck on a blowout.

You could make use of Strong tubes in your motorcycle and also this aids with apartments however still isn’t really bullet evidence as well as I have actually experienced apartments with additional strong tubes.

The little High pressure internal tube as well as red lining should be managed with treatment when you are spooning it on the edge.

Ok, Ok so you wish to know that Problems with Tubliss  exist ….

  • The primary problem in my viewpoint is they are far more costly after that Strong Tubes.
  • If you do not mount Tubliss with treatment after that you run the risk of harming the high
  • pressure internal tube.
  • If you do not mount Tubliss with treatment you could harm the red lining that shields the
  • high pressure internal tube.
  • You have see to it that you have 100-110 PSI prior to EVERY FLIGHT.
  • If you do not cleanse the edge as well as use the edge tape you the internal tube could obtain stood out.

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How long does Tubliss last

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How long does Tubliss last

Have you ever wondered how long Tubliss lasts?

One of the questions I get all the time is “when do you change out your Tubliss system for a new one?”

The answer:

That depends!

I have used the Tubliss system for quite some time. I don’t remember the exact date I started using Tubliss but its been at least the past 5 years.

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To this date I haven’t had to replace or repair ANYTHING on the Tubliss.

Now…I typically only keep a bike to 100-120 hours and then invest in a new one. 

I don’t know what Tubliss recommends when it comes to replacing the Red Liner or the inner bladder.

But, I know that the Tubliss can take a major beating and lasts FOREVER…..

Here is what to check when seeing how long TUBLISS LASTs,

  • During a tire change, inspect the redliner for knicks or damage
  • Inspect the inner bladder tube for MAJOR chafing
  • Replace with a new Tubliss system if the redliner is damaged
  • You can get replacement Tubliss inner bladders HERE
  • If the Inner bladder slowly leaks…replace it.


When I initially was presented to TUbliss I assumed “no chance it functions”. A year or two passed and also I ultimately had the ability to fulfill a person that really was running the Tubliss Gen 1.0 system.

Have I.

Exactly how does TUbliss function?

There is a little high pressure internal tube that has a red rubber chamber that holds the high pressure tube. This develops 2 air chambers. This permits you to ditch the standard tube.

You could additionally take a look at TUbliss’s very own web site – Go here to see just what they state

Mounting TUbliss is a great deal like setting up a regular tire. How long does Tubliss last.
The trick is to decrease and also utilize great deals of lube (I make use of Shield All). The factor you intend to reduce as you do not wish to harm the red lining. This lining is type in securing up the grain.

Exactly how do you set up TUbliss?

This was my following concern. Actually, I was fairly anxious that I would certainly screw it up as well as the guidelines that TUbliss supplies excel, however I am an aesthetic individual and also the enjoying the setup video clips on YouTube was BETTER for me.

When you obtain the tire off, you after that could continue to place on the tire similarly you did initially– see installment video clip.

The Gen 1.0 Tubliss red lining was as difficult and also just provided you sufficient rim tape to cover the within the edge. Nuetech currently gives you with the

That week got the TUbliss 18″ and also the TUbliss 21″ for my KTM.

How long does Tubliss last

TUbliss Gen 2.0 that has a harder red lining as well as a lot more edge tape.

He or she was somebody that was much faster compared to I as well as MEANS harder on edges.

Transforming a tire with TUbliss isn’t really all that tough.
You allowed the air out of both chambers. Spoon the tire off– See to it you typically aren’t spooning the tire and also the red lining.

His action to me when I inquired about it was, “I DISLIKE apartments, obtain some you will certainly not regret it” that’s it.

Intend to buy TUbliss – click on this link

Pros select Computer mouse quotes which are more difficult to mount and also break much faster.

I haven’t tried have not Attempted Nitromousse.

Is TUbliss much heavier compared to basic tubes?
I do not assume its lighter compared to televisions that originate from the manufacturing facility. It possibly is lighter compared to an added HD tube. I have not considered them.

What happens if I do not have plugs and also I obtain a level with Tubliss? This has actually taken place to me prior to. I rode 15 miles at a respectable clip on a level front tire. Since TUbliss holds the bed into the edge the tire still had the ability to function. I simply went slower compared to typical as well as prevented battering right into rocks.

For how long does Tubliss last?

This depends, actually. I normally revolve my bike every 2 years. I have not changed an established on any one of my bikes. I evaluate the Tubliss for damages each time I transform a tire.

This entire summertime I began running much less as well as much less as well as I recognize am running 5 pounds in the front and also the back. TUbliss suggests placing in 10 PSI initially and afterwards running the very same training course as well as gradually take air out of each tire. Maintain doing this up until you do not such as the feeling of the tires then return as much as locate the perfect PSI for your tires, riding design, and also surface.

To completion of the 2 year cycle the Tubliss looks a little used however still is holding the grain.

If Tubliss was so great why typically aren’t they being made use of in Supercross as well as Motocross?

I have no idea the solution to that a person. Actually, I believe they would certainly gain from obtaining even more grip running reduced PSI. I assume it’s due to the fact that it’s so damn affordable that groups are frightened to attempt something brand-new or they simply intend to do just what the huge groups are doing …

Why typically aren’t much more severe offroad enduro pros utilizing them?

Truthfully, I assume its since pros trash the heck from their edges which suggests that flexing an edge would certainly create air to leakage yet that’s not a failing of the TUbliss system that’s edge failing. I directly understand men that are much faster compared to the typical biker that have actually run them for years as well as have curved their edges as well as it still functions.

Does Tubliss actually function?

Yep, as well as we have actually been placing it on our bikes for over 6 years. Directly, if you take your time as well as set up the Tubliss properly you will certainly not have any type of failings.

If you are currently utilizing Computer mouse Bibs as well as great with the efficiency as well as tire modifications, there no should transform. NUETECH makes a pleasant brand-new Mousse called Nitromousse. Purchase it right here ->

If you typically aren’t a Pro racer as well as not earning money to complete races. You must get it.

Is TUbliss right for me?

Do you despise apartments? Do you despise altering tubes on the path?– Purchase visit this site to purchase it


What PSI to run Tubliss?

Well, initially I was running 10 PSI front and also back tires. Why? As a result of a psychological block from all the pinched apartments I have actually obtained running reduced stress with regular tubes.

Do you utilize tire sealer with TUbliss?

Yes, I do however there are times that I really did not and also it still functioned perfect

Tubliss 21″ edge.

The TUbliss Gen 2.0 system will certainly fit any kind of dirtbike that has the adhering to edge dimension:.

Tubliss 19″ edge.

If you still require some evidence right here are some video clips of just what others are stating concerning Tubliss system.

Just what are the drawbacks of Tubliss?

It sets you back greater than basic HD tubes. You need to be a bit a lot more cautious mounting it making certain you secure the grain. Bent edge can imply grain not seals.

Tubliss 18″ edge.

The Tubliss system is as well costly.
Well, that’s a legitimate issue and also my only action to that is I prefer to invest even more money to just need to take 5 mins to deal with a level as opposed to 30-40 mins taking care of a level on a tube.

Money is changeable time is not.

How long does Tubliss last
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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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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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