Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Kit
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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Kit
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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Kit

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Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Kit

The Nuetech Tubliss 2.0 Kit replaces conventional inner tubes with a small red insert that creates two different pressure zones inside the tire itself. This enables an incredible 100 PSI of rim protection, increased tire stability, and eliminates pinch flats. The Tubliss system also allows you to run much lower tire pressures than you normally would with a standard tube. The lower tire pressure creates a larger contact patch, leading to greatly improved traction and a plusher ride.

The typical weight savings on a rear wheel compared to a standard pinch prone tube is about one pound, and can be several pounds lighter than some heavy duty tubes. Saving weight in the wheels is one of the most important places to save weight, and is often overlooked because of limited options. A lighter wheel will help reduce rotating mass, improve acceleration, braking, and the overall handling of your machine.

Features:

  • Low pressure capability
  • Massive traction gains
  • Plusher ride
  • Pounds lighter than heavy duty tubes
  • No pinch flats
  • Superior Rim Protection 
  • Improved tire life

Kit Includes:

  • Red Tubliss insert liner
  • Black high pressure bladder
  • Guide plate
  • Rim tape and plug
  • Sticker kit for rim
  • Installation guide

Sizing:

  • 18" Kit Fits 18" x (1.85-2.15) rims
  • 19" Kit Fits 19" x (1.85-2.15) rims
  • 21" Kit Fits 21" x (1.6) rims 

Weight:

  • 18" Kit 1lb. 13oz. Including rim lock
  • 19" Kit 1lb. 14oz. Including rim lock
  • 21" Kit 1lb. 120z. Including rim lock

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5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.8 / 5
Features
4.5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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18" 1024038 TU18 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
19" 1024039 TU19 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Must for any trail rider
Tubliss has to be one of the biggest "bang for your buck" performance improvements you can make to any off road bike. Nuetech states it over and over again, but it's really that important- FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY. It includes an extremely detailed, illustrated guide. Nothing about it is difficult, but it does take some care and attention to detail. The vast majority of reported problems online have to do with improper/careless installation (using hooked tire levers- ONLY USE SPOONS, leaving rough edges on the new rim hole, getting dirt on the tubliss liner, ect)

Once it's on, spooning tires on and off is a breeze. No hassling with a tube. I put on a set of Dunlop AT81's, a stiff/durable tire. If you plan on running low PSI, and why wouldn't you, it's a good idea to use a tire with a stiffer carcass to better hold up to the increased flexing, especially if you ride aggressively or in rocky terrain.

It transforms the bike. Running the AT81's at 5psi, it feels glued to the ground. Greasy clay/rocky hills that were a spin-fest are now no big deal. Confidence in corners is huge. It also feels like a nice suspension upgrade- hits to tree roots, rocks, ect are notably softer and the whole ride is plusher. Even if you get a puncture in the tire (use of Slime or a similar tubeless tire sealant is common and even recommended for extra reliability), it's safe to ride home completely flat, the liner protects the rim.

Regarding the common complaint of having to frequently air up the liner/tire- the high pressure liner I found to lose maybe a couple PSI per week, due to just permeation of the rubber. So realistically you might need to top it up once a month. You check your tire pressure at least that often, right? Right after mounting the last tires, I found them to have a slow leak, losing a couple PSI per day. Followed the "reset" procedure in the directions, and the leak vanished. I had them at a rather high 10psi, and a week later, both were still bang on at 10 psi.

The only "con" is the enormous liner beadlock plate (and having both valve stems adjacent) throws the wheel way out of balance. On a dual-sport, there's noticeable vibration by 30mph or so. It took 3oz, or nearly 90 grams of weight to balance, directly opposite the beadlock nut. Once balanced you won't need to mess with it, since the Tubliss system doesn't move relative to the rim, and variation in tire balance is fairly minimal.

Anyway, it makes you feel like a hero off road, improves ride comfort, makes tire changes far easier and faster, and is far tougher and lighter than HD/UHD tubes. The initial cost might seem a bit steep, but for the benefit and reliability, it's a no brainer.
March 29, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Z1000
Love them - KTM 500 EXC
TuBliss works as advertised for me. I installed them on one wheel set on my KTM and have had great success. My buddy runs them on his 500 also and rode into Telluride on only 2 lbs after he flatted. I know they're not for highway use but I haven't had any problems there either. It took a few days before they held air overnight, but now I lose maybe 5 lbs in the high pressure overnight and none in the low pressure. Great product. I'm going to install them on my other wheel set when I change tires.
September 28, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
As Advertised
Been banging rocks for the last couple months and no issues - very pleased.
July 25, 2016
Purchased
9 months ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Win win tire product.
Every once in a while a new product comes along that deserves to be called revolutionary. Meet TUBliss, it installs easier than a tire and eliminates flats caused by pinching the tube. If thats not enough reason to lay down your cash it's ability to allow for ultra low tire pressures will. Running lower pressure allows your tire to get the maximum traction it was designed to get. Easier uphill climbs, less erosion and a more compliant tire on squared edge bumps and rocks that = speed and less fatigue. No need to carry a spare tubes, tire irons and other heavy tools on your trail rides.
Speaking of weight, it weighs less than a heavy duty tube. If you want to get hook up that makes you look like a boss order one and the only looking back you'll do is at your buddy trying to keep up.
February 10, 2016
Ride:
2011 Husqvarna TE310
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Good!
good working in mountain.
November 14, 2016
Purchased
5 months ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
2016 xc300
no pinch flats and supports the sidewall of the tire to protect the rim. Thats why I run it and there is no question it helps with that. I run 7 psi, it does give some additional traction, but nothing dramatic.

First time installing is a bit of a pain but after that changing tires is a bit easier with this vs tubes.
September 23, 2016
Purchased
6 months ago
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Awesome!
Chris C on Jan 30, 2017
Got a nice pinch flat on a Death Valley ride, no fun. Riding lots of rocks in the Mohave area and zero issues. Highly recommend!
sweetman on Nov 27, 2016
Awesome!
Chris C on Jan 30, 2017
Easy flat repair
Mike S on Jan 13, 2017
Got a nice pinch flat on a Death Valley ride, no fun. Riding lots of rocks in the Mohave area and zero issues. Highly recommend!
sweetman on Nov 27, 2016
Never had a problem with these and they allow lower tire pressures.
Enginerd on Aug 11, 2016
Just in case!
Joseph S on Jun 6, 2016
Installed rear with used tire, no issues so far, works as advertised.
Matthew G on Jan 17, 2016
Easy flat repair
Mike S on Jan 13, 2017
Never had a problem with these and they allow lower tire pressures.
Enginerd on Aug 11, 2016
If this Nuetech tube gets a flat, how is it repaired? Can a standard patch and glue work?
David S on Jun 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The RED Liner is 3.5mm thick and the bladder is 2.2mm thick, so getting a puncture would be rare but if you do Nuetech suggests you replace the inner bladder which only costs around $10.
Will it work a a 2014 bmw f800gs?
Javier on Jun 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'd like to know that too, but I'd guess it's not optimal for that since the front rim on the F800gs is 2.15X21 and the tubliss is meant for a 1.6" width. They don't make a 17" size, so there is nothing that would work on the rear tire. So basically the answer is NO, it won't work on a F800gs.