Best Tires for Tubliss

505 Tubliss

Alright you have decided you want to invest in Nuetech’s Tubliss system 2.0

But….

You are not sure which dirt bike tire will work best with Tubliss.

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Keep in mind that just about ANY dirt bike tire will work with Tubliss. However, there are some tires that do not (a few Goldentyres) and usually the manufacture will specify.

Choosing the best tire to go with your Tubliss really depends on YOU.

So, which is the BEST TIRE FOR TUBLISS?

That really depends on your riding style and terrain you ride in.

If you spend most of your time out in the desert riding fast then you won’t probably want to go with a “sticky hybrid” tire.

I have ridden these sticky hybrid tires and they are fine.

Tubliss allows you to run different air pressure in the 2nd air chamber if needed.

Out tin the desert and need your sidewalls to be a little stiffer?

Put more air in them.

Riding single track and need the best grip possible?

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Air down. I typically run around 5-7 lbs of PSI in my tires and I ride that PSI in the fast whoops out in the desert.

I ride that PSI in the rocky gnarly single track.

I prefer to run my front a pound of my air then my rear.

Last ride I road half the day on my Kenda IBEX tire with Tubliss before I realized that I didn’t have very much air in the tire.

It wouldn’t even register on my air gauge. Tubliss held the bead and the side wall of the Kenda IBEX from a glance didn’t look flat.

I rode a couple of really big whoop sections and felt like the back was a little soft.

Turns out my rear tire was pretty much flat.

Put some air in and kept riding.

Tubliss really is, in my opinion the best way to get the grip or PSI you need for the terrain that you are riding.

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Bridgestone Battlecross X30 with tubliss

BEST TIRE FOR TUBLISS in the Desert

  • Bridgestone BattleCross X30 or X40
  • Maxxis Desert IT
  • Dunlop Geomax AT81
  • Kenda Parker DT
  • IRC VE-33s

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BEST TIRE FOR TUBLISS IN SINGLE TRACK

Kenda Ibex with tubliss

You can use any tire for single track but if you want the best performance I would recommend going with a “Sticky Hybrid” tire.

  • Kenda IBEX
  • Shinko 505
  • Shinko 525
  • IRC VE-33s
  • Motoz Arena Hybrid Gummy
  • Golden Tyre

I am a BIG fan of these Hybrid tires. They provide you with A ton of grip that a normal trials tire provides but also preform well in braking, cornering, mud, sand, moon dust, and just about everything in-between.

I feel the Hybrid tires with Tubliss are the best all around setup you can get with tires.

I have ridden the Kenda IBEX for the past year or so and LOVE them. I also have spent time on the Shinko 505 and 525 and I like the Shinko 525 better than the 505 but really love them both.

The next tire I am going to try with Tubliss is the IRC VE-33s

My buddies love them and so I thought I will give them a try.

Really, like I mentioned above any tire with Tubliss running 5-6 PSI will give you MUCH MUCH better grip then a standard heavy duty tube running 10-15 PSI.

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You get much better contact to the ground and a MUCH better ride.

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Here is My Vote for which tire is BEST for TUBLISS

  • Kenda IBEX
  • Shinko 525
  • Shinko 505
  • IRC VE-33s
  • Bridgestone X30

Let me know in the comments below which tire you are thinking about using with Tubliss.

Article written by:

Sam Oldham – Dirtbike Junkie

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