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Stop & Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot

Item: P215599
$65.95
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Stop And Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot

Features:

  • Make on-the-wheel tubeless tire repair and reinflate on the spot
  • Contains 15 rubber plugs with all required installation tools
  • Contains compact Mini-Air Compressor that runs off of Power Point, alligator clips or Battery Tender connector
  • 4" tire valve hose with sports needle and inflatable adapter
  • Complete with canvas case (7" x 4' x 3") and weighs 1.7 lbs
  • 6 amp draw

Note: The LED light on the compressor does not turn on while in use.

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4.6 / 5.0
37 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.6 / 5
Features
5.0 / 5
Style
5.0 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Light weight repair kit
I'm giving this 4 stars because I have never had to use the kit yet so I'm not 100% sure it will satisfy what's needed for my bike.

Summary:
The idea behind this kit is a all-in-one package. From repair to inflation it's all bundled nicely in a zippered package. The picture to date is exactly what I received.
For the price, get this if you have any type of luggage or storage options. It's a great piece of mind to know that being hours away from home, a flat wont kill the trip or cost an expensive tow. Just make sure to have a set of small pliers.

Tools:
Metal plunger, this ensures that the main stress point of pushing in the plug remains sturdy and re-useable. Other tools are to support and clean the puncture site.

Plugs:
Soft mushroom style plugs should ensure a solid seal on a straight puncture. I have my doubts this will work on a angled puncture but anything else I have high hopes.

Function:
Function is very simple, clean using auger.. use pilot tool to insert driver hole... unscrew pilot and screw on plunger with plug.. use supplied wrench to drive plug in.. and finally cut the excess rubber. Make sure to bring a set of small pliers with you though as taking out a nail/etc might be difficult without it.

Pump:
Small hand sized electric pump. Has a built in fan to keep it cool with a built in pressure gauge. It's an emergency pump, don't expect to fill up a car tire without a little smoke from this. This pump works on the battery-tender connection but the polarity is opposite so the helper LED light in the pump wont work, but the pump still does. It does contain other connection types (alligator clips and std cig. lighter) to accommodate all situations.

Package:
The zippered package is nice if you have luggage (tank/saddle/tail). It's probably too big for any under-the-seat application as is. I decided to ditch the zippered bag and ziplock the tools and pump to fit under my seat and faux tank. The pump fits under my seat but may not for all. I ride an F800ST and there is a cavity under the seat where other tools are; the pump fits very nicely right there.
July 23, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
FANTASTIC!
This kit is great! The day it arrived, I found a nail stuck in my tire. I pulled the nail out and patched up the tire that day. I've put about a 100 miles on the bike since the patch and so far it's holding.
May 19, 2014
Ride:
2013 Harley Davidson XL883N Iron 883
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
It Worked Once
So like many of the reviewers here I bought this hoping to never need it. I recently decided it would be a great idea to ride my 1190 adventure cross country for a business meeting. The first night on the road I woke to find a low tire. Not really low but low enough to warrant an visit to the air pump at my first opportunity. I assumed this was due to change in ambient air temperature and went on with life. The next morning I woke to find my front tire completely flat in the hotel parking lot. I quickly unpacked the compressor and plug kit. It's a nice kit that packs well enough into a small space and it seems to have everything one would need for a quick repair. After much inspection I found no hole to plug and decided to just try to put air back in my tire. This is where things get less than awesome. First off the compressor wouldn't turn on. I check all the wires and everything seems ok. I try again and this time it activates. It's REALLY slow. Think sixty seconds for every PSI added to a front 90/90/21 tire over 30PSI. I can live with that. It's small and that's a lot better than no compressor but your buddies will not be excited about waiting for you to put air into a larger tire rear tire. Still none of this is a deal breaker for me. It's small and it works. So the next day I again wake up to find a low tire. I turns out it's not easy to keep tubeless spoked wheels airtight. Out comes the compressor again. I even brag to my friends, "I'm prepared for this." It turns out I was not prepared. The compressor again refused to turn on. It's at this point I notice that I can make it activate if I shake it a little. It won't stay on but it does kick on for a moment. Upon further inspection I find that one of the wires going into the unit is really lose and seems to be the issue. It turns out the wire was never really attached just seemed jammed down in a rubber shrink fitting and left. So any use would pull it out. I didn't have tools or patients to fix it beside the road so <10psi had to get me to a station. Not the most fun I've had on a fully loaded up adventure bike as we were far from civilization. Revzilla was great with return and refund. I might even buy it again since I haven't found another kit that is quite so packable but I would urge everyone to TEST YOUR GEAR if you haven't. Being stuck with a air compressor that doesn't work can add a lot more frustration to an already annoying situation.
October 1, 2015
Ride:
2015 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Life saver!
This kit is a must have. I have had the unfortunate pleasure in using this product when I picked up a flat with a 150 miles on a new tire. I was able to fix it road side and was back on the road in about fifteen minutes. The included air compressor worked great. Just make sure your bike is running when using it. Nothing like going from a flat to a dead battery. The plug held for over 1100 miles without losing a single pound of pressure. I eventually replaced the tire with around 1300 miles and it was only due to peace of mind. I easily could of gone longer on it but why risk it. I won't leave home without this kit.
August 19, 2014
Ride:
2014 Ducati Monster 1200 S
DID NOT BUY - MFG Recommendations
If you go to the MFG website or watch their YOUTUBE video this product it only recommended for OFF ROAD tires. Not recommended for street/on road.
January 11, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Versys KLE650
Repair worked flawlessly
I used a friends Stop and Go puncture repair kit to repair a rear tire that had picked up a substantial nail, filled the tire with 41 psi using another compressor, and it has held for hundreds of miles and a month so far without a leak. So, I purchased one of my own. Have not used the compressor yet, but gives peace of mind.
December 31, 2012
Ride:
2014 BMW F800GT
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Conventional cord compared to Stop and Go mushroom plugs
Got a rear wheel flat on my GTL today, small piece of metal. Used a conventional cord type plug, aired the tire up and got home. Very difficult to install cord plug despite "prepping the hole," and using rubber cement on the plug and hole. Got home, and as I'm replacing the tire anyway, decided to purposely hole the tire and try out the Stop and Go kit. Loaded a mushroom plug in the tool and drilled a 1/16 inch hole in the tire, prepped the hole with the auger and installed the mushroom with the tool. Surprisingly easy even without rubber cement on the plug! Stretched the plug as recommended, trimmed it and air up the tire with the mini compressor. Took a few minutes with the miniature compressor but everything worked well! Didn't put the tire on the road but tested it with soapy water - looks good! I'm impressed with the Stop and Go kit. Ordered another one for my other bike!
February 17, 2017
Purchased
9 months ago
Ride:
2015 BMW R1200GS
Compact
If you have saddle bags this compact tire fix system packs well and is easy to use. I didn't have to use it on my 5 day trip but was cheap insurance.
June 3, 2015
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XVS950 V Star 950
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Lots of features in small package
I have not had a flat yet but I used the compressor to re-inflate tires back to max pressure after some off road and compressor worked to my liking. Thanks Revzilla
July 7, 2014
Ride:
2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Best on the market!!
After two flats in one month and having to be towed, this is best answer for tyre repair. Easy to read instructions and constantly rated number 1 on other motorcycle websites
March 16, 2016
Ride:
2009 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa
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