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Plasma Tubeless Valves
While almost every tubeless valve we've seen looks like a clone of one another, the Plasma Tubeless Valves from e*thirteen Components are a little different. These valves are specially designed to provide a sure seal at the rim interface and allow for maximum airflow to make setting up tubeless tires easier. Of course, the red, black, and blue anodized colors look pretty trick too. Each kit includes 2 valves, one cap, and one valve core tool.
The valves come in 2 lengths, a short stem for 19 to 27mm depths which cover almost all aluminum rims and all of the e*thirteen rims, and a long stem for 27 to 37mm rims like the carbon offerings from ENVE and DT Swiss.
- Valves for easy tubeless setups
- Alloy construction is super lightweight
- Secure base and updated seals provide a great rim interface
- Designed to provide a high airflow for easy tubeless setup
- Item #ETR001D
- vavle cap, valve core tube
- Recommended Use
- mountain bike tubeless
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 5 years
What do you think about this product?
July 1, 2019
They definitively stand out on your wheels, and they provide a huge amount of airflow.
June 13, 2019
Paired these up with some e13 TRS wheels and they work perfectly. Lots of airflow which is great for setting up tubeless. No complaints.
April 11, 2019
These ride along with me every ride
- I've put it through the wringer
Love the ability to to take these apart, multiple inner rim joint options and included valve core remover/cap and colors! Not the lightest and have heard that they do not play nice with some pumps but I have not had any issues with floor or trail pumps yet or my digital tire gauge.
August 31, 2018
- I've used it several times
Geez, these things really stick out. Don't get me wrong, it fits the brand's style, but the E*THIRTEEN COMPONENTS Plasma Tubeless Valves have me feeling like a symbiotic alien has attached itself to my rims (Venom Reference....I'm a nerd). These are bomber but I can have a hard time fitting floor and CO2 pumps on them. The PSI also reads a bit wonky at first as well but this does come to getting used to over time. Wouldn't recommend for weight counters but for those folks who worry about their valves having durability issues.