You can just go to the website: http://superbike.co.il/page.asp?id=11Cloxxki said:That's almost 20MB worth of movie. What can I expect to find when I lket my computer download it overnight at my strawband connection?
This fluid is used in tubes? Man, thats impressive. I wonder how it would work as a tubeless kit.RangerJay said:You can just go to the website: http://superbike.co.il/page.asp?id=11
But to learn much from that, you have to read Hebrew! The video is in English, at least.
Basically, it's a new fluid that you put in a tube and it won't flat with a bunch of nails in it. Kind of fun to watch if you wait for the download.
The website reads:
The movie was shot using
Joe's Super Sealant
in regular innertubes
And the fact that Joe is my cousin has nothing to do with this promotion!
I've never seen or heard it anywhere before but I am sure that I am not the first to name it that. I agree with you about slube being a relatively light and easy way to stay away from flats. Btw, the price stated above was with DT 240 disc hubs. To bad that he does not offer the wheels with brass nipples. I've had to many alu nipples corroding and cracking on me to go back to them again (salty ocean air). From what I've heard the rims have happy owners so far!? They would sure suite me weighing only 70 kg.Cloxxki said:Did you just come up with "slube"? I like it! I think it's a great low-tech option to prevent some 90% of all tire failures, with as only penalty the weight added in the form of liquid. The time I tried the thinnest type of tube, Maxxis Flylight or something, it didn't seal fast enough to save my race, not sure if that was a coincidence or not, otherwise light tubes and sealent together might be quite light together still.