Stop & Go Tubeless Tire Plugger With CO2

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Stop & Go Tubeless Tire Plugger With CO2


  • Repair punctures without dismounting tire from wheel
  • Seals from inside-out
  • Complete with CO2 to re-inflate tire
  • Compact size (8" x 5" x 1")
  • Comes in zipper pouch weighing only 22oz
4.5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.4 / 5
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5 / 5
This is the most recommended tire plugger kit on Bay Area Rider Forum. I personally have it, and while I fortunately have not had the wonderful luck of having to use such a device, I will attest to the compactness and quality of the individual components. It's a top-notch kit and many report of it doing its job well.

The posted video is of the kit in action. It says it's not capable of plugging angled punctures but I'm sure it will get you home or to a shop for better analysis of the situation.
April 23, 2012
2001 Suzuki GSF1200S Bandit
One of those things you bring with you AFTER you've had the experience of a flat tire on a lonely highway.
You can ride for years without encountering a flat tire. But when it finally happens, this little kit is the difference between getting home, or being stranded on a lonely highway. Its simple to use, no messy glue-stuff, and did hold air-tight on the repair I did. It comes with 4 CO2 cartridges that will inflate the tire roughly 8psi each. When you use them, make sure you hold them in the foam-sleeve that comes with the kit. They get ICY cold.
November 16, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great tool
Bought it, used it, like it. Simple and quick to use.
June 26, 2015
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Reliable standard for tubeless tires
I am NOT reviewing the version with CO2. CO2 is useless; you need to carry a pump. The plugger itself, though, works beautifully. Hint, if it's a small puncture, work that reamer really well. If the hole is too small, wires in the cord ply will saw through the plug and your repair will fail. Correctly installed, these plugs can last for thousands of miles - until it's time to replace the tire due to normal wear. Also, I suggest you make a copy of the instruction sheet as it will gradually wear and become illegible. I replace mine every couple of years. The kit itself will last pretty much forever, though I expect the rubber plugs eventually harden.
July 2, 2013
1970 BMW R75/5
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Did not work for me
I have only used this once and failed to stop the leak. The original hole was very small (small nail), so it's possible that I didn't accurately follow it's track with the reamer, but whatever the cause it leaked worse after the attempted plugging than with the nail in place.
June 22, 2015
1 year ago
2014 Yamaha FZ-09
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Installs and works as described
I had a nail in the tread of my nearly-new rear tire, and the shops I called didn't want to plug it, they only wanted to replace it with a new tire (I asked why... they said "insurance reasons").

So I did some research, an tried this plug kit. The steps to install are pretty straightforward, but there are, oddly, 2 sets of instructions, and they aren't exactly the same, so it pays to read both first. It only took about 15 minutes to install (taking my time, doing it right). It's been a couple weeks, and ~250 miles, and the plug is working great.
September 7, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Like a Charm
Went out to my bike one morning and the rear tire was flat. Found a roofing nail sticking out the side (not the side wall). I called some shops, but they would repair, only replace. The tire was still pretty new, so I didn't want to spend that money. Search Revzilla and found this. Bingo!

The instructions were pretty good, but I found a video on their website that was helpful. It's pretty simple to use...

but it's tough on a hot day. It was 90F and crazy humid. I found it hard to twist the allan wrench tight enough to get the plug into the tire. My hands were sweaty and there's not enough grip on the inserting unit. I thought I had it all the way in, but then I'd remove the insert and the plug would still be in it. It took me 4 tries to get the plug into the tire (and I almost got heat stroke). I'm sure it would have been fine on a cooler day.

And the result... I've ridden two full weeks, over 800 miles (daily commuting) and the tires only lost 1psi. To be fair, the other good tire also lost 1psi, so I'm calling that normal fluctuation. So the plug looks good and will probably hold forever.

I did not try the CO2 so I can't comment on that. But I have it for later if I need it (I hope not). The kit comes with a ton of plugs, so I ride with it all the time now. I definitely recommend everyone get a kit like this.
July 25, 2016
3 months ago
2013 BMW F800GT
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Works well
When I received this product, I was skeptical as there were more procedures and parts than the usual plug and glue operation that I'm used to, but this actually works well. After looking at the directions several times (photos) and using the tools as they're depicted, everything becomes much more logical. I plugged my tire, it held well and rode on that plugged tire for about 3 months (tires had only 2000 miles, couldn't pitch them!) with no issues (not recommending). I did need to add air at a compressor 20 miles down the road after plugging the tire, but that was expected using one CO2 canister. Yes I do like and recommend this product and will purchase again.
June 28, 2016
7 months ago
2015 Triumph Bonneville SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
I followed the instructions. Plugged my tire and my tire is holding its pressure just fine. Why didn't i buy one of these long time ago !!!! The CO'2 cartridge thing just didn't work for me, I just rode to the gas station and used the air hose.
July 20, 2016
3 months ago
2014 Yamaha FZ1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
A must in long rides
Got this product a couple of years ago, first time I used it on an almost brand new rear tire, tire worn out without a leak after a year and a half;
Keep it in storage for long, last week moved to my Goldwing's trunk since I was getting ready for a long ride, 2 days ago and 3 miles from home, I noticed weird handling, stopped, checked: rear flat tire, found the hole, plug it with this kit, set proper pressure with an air compressor up to 42 psi, Once at home, checked the tire for leaks with soap foam, none!, today tire pressure keeps.
Still 10 spare plugs left.
Will get a second kit for my other bike!
July 23, 2014
2003 BMW R1150GS Adventure
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
long trips far from tows & shops. This could be a lifesaver literally.
Jeff B on Oct 13, 2016
Wanted to avoid getting stranded by a flat tire. Read excellent reviews of this kit on multiple sites. Small, simple to use, easy to pack, all-in-one.
ChiefPockets on Aug 2, 2016
long trips far from tows & shops. This could be a lifesaver literally.
Jeff B on Oct 13, 2016
Easy pack for tire emergencies.
zers on Sep 11, 2016
Wanted to avoid getting stranded by a flat tire. Read excellent reviews of this kit on multiple sites. Small, simple to use, easy to pack, all-in-one.
ChiefPockets on Aug 2, 2016
Boy Scout motto. Always be prepared.
Armand G on May 23, 2016
Tire plugs are something that every motorcycle rider should have in their toolkit. I hope the CO2 can properly inflate my tires.
Kevin B on May 14, 2016
Piece of mind
TNT1 on May 8, 2016
Friend recommendation.
Ronald S on Mar 21, 2016
tires go flat
Jamison H on Oct 26, 2015
riding the COBDR. just trying to be prepared.
Dan S on Aug 1, 2015
It was recommended
gerald l on Jul 29, 2015
I have been thinking of adding this to my repair pack for some time and figure it will help me get back on the road quickly in the event of a puncture.
Paul S on Jul 21, 2015
The wife made me get a first aid kit and I wanted free shipping... :D
Ian C on Jul 2, 2015
Peace of mind while commuting
ML416 on Jun 23, 2015
You never know
Joseph O on Apr 8, 2015
Small pack size
Jonathan R on Apr 6, 2015
for the obvious my brethren
martin m on Mar 3, 2015
Got a flat tire... seemed like a good opportunity to test this kit. Worked very well (but didn't use the C02).
Chris L on Dec 31, 2014
Looks to be a necessity in the event of a flat when riding out of town etc.
Greg B on Nov 21, 2014
Seems like a good kit to provide cheap insurance against a ride ruining flat tire.
Dave M on Nov 16, 2014
Wanted to have peace of mind that I won't be stranded on side of road.
kevin860 on Oct 28, 2014
I needed a safety kit. Just in case.
Michael K on Oct 2, 2014
Compact size
Robert H on Sep 20, 2014
Wanted some insurance on a 6,500 mile ride, as well as my daily commute. Plugging a tire from the inside-out seemed like a great solution to an immediate problem, should one arise.
Michael P on Sep 18, 2014
Got a big ride planned and this looks like a must have.
belish on Aug 29, 2014
Just in case.
David D on Aug 10, 2014
Safety and convenience.
Stephen P on Jul 28, 2014
Why not ...
A s on Jul 26, 2014
Good price and had everything for that rare occasion. Like the backside plugging rather than the "rope" stuff.
Zilly on Jul 13, 2014
Peace of mind.
Christopher S on Jul 5, 2014
needed a tire kit
Jason on Jun 30, 2014
Has worked wonders twice in an unlucky month for me.
Rasheed H on May 16, 2014
They work for me.
Kenneth S on Apr 27, 2014
Great reviews.
Christopher T on Mar 16, 2014
I hope this work when i need it. The bag is very compact and fit well in my backpack.
Douglas M S on Mar 5, 2014
because you never know..
Rose B on Feb 25, 2014
Always have a way to help yourself and others! Looked like the most complete kit out there. Didn't require separate adhesive for the plug. I also carry a small pump, but redundancy is good.
John B on Jan 7, 2014
Well reviewed, here and elsewhere.
A S on Dec 28, 2013
Always be prepared--like a boy scout

Have used it--works good
Bobdl650w650 on Dec 9, 2013
Always B prepared
Tray W on Nov 3, 2013
insurance for the ride in less populated areas
Fleming W on Sep 3, 2013
Easy pack for tire emergencies.
zers on Sep 11, 2016
Boy Scout motto. Always be prepared.
Armand G on May 23, 2016
How many CO2 cartidges does it take to fill a tire?
BennyTheJet on Jul 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That would depend on the size of the tire. But fortunately I have not used mine yet. But I keep it packed on bike for peace of mind.