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e*thirteen components Tire Plasma Tubeless Sealant

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    Tire Plasma Tubeless Sealant

    Pretty much every bike in our stable is rocking tubeless now since the flat protection and ride performance is really hard to beat. But a tubeless setup is only as good as the sealant in the tires and while we've had mixed results with several brands, we've had really good luck with e*thirteen Components' Tire Plasma Tubeless Sealant. It’s a little different from most of the other latex-based offerings and is instead formulated with compounded acrylic resin with self-cross-linking properties. The sealant is designed to make tubeless setup easier and quickly and efficiently coagulates to seal punctures up to 4mm wide, often with little to no air loss. Its eco-friendly formula is non-toxic, safe for tire casings, and cleans up easily with water.

    • 1-liter of premium tubless tire sealant
    • Designed to coagulate to seal punchers up to 4mm
    • Compounded acrylic resin provides quick-sealing protection
    • Water-soluble ingredients are eco-friendly
    • Item #ETR001C

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    Material
    compounded acrylic resin
    Recommended Use
    tubeless tires

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The E*THIRTEEN COMPONENTS Tire Plasma Tubeless Sealant was a departure for me as I've run Stans sealant for most of my tubeless life. The sealant has so far been applied wonderfully as I've changed out 3-4 tyres with it and have had zero issues. You'll need to get used to the amount conversion but once you do things are a breeze. I still need to get savage on my tyres from a riding standpoint so will report back when I know more.