Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 (Tubeless) Tire System

Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 (Tubeless) Tire System
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Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 (Tubeless) Tire System

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    It's hard to find a good balance between the traction of low tire pressure and reducing the risk of pinch flats. Many riders opt for heavy tubes or mousses, but the Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Tire System is a relatively new solution that uses a clever design to eliminate pinch flats, bad traction, and tubes entirely.

    The Tubliss System works by replacing your conventional inner tube with a smaller, higher pressure insert that hugs the inside of your rim. This creates two separate pressure areas inside your tire. One area inside the high pressure insert, and another lower-pressure area that fills the rest of your tire where your old tube used to be.

    Inflate the high-pressure insert and it locks the bead in place, forming a seal against the rim and acting like a bumper that protects the rim from impact. With the high-pressure insert filled, the lower-pressure area can be inflated like a traditional tubeless tire you would find on a car. With the Tubliss Tire System installed there are no tubes to pinch, plug kits are a more viable repair option, and you can run much lower psi without your bead rolling off since the high pressure air chamber will still have it locked down.

    Plenty of riders swear by the Tubliss System and for many enduro, GNCC, or off-road riders it's a great alternative to a traditional setup. Watch our video above for more detailed information on the Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 Tire System and see if it will work for you.

    Specs:
  • High-pressure tube acts as a bumper to protect rim from impact
  • Inner tube support sidewall better for less folding over
  • Tubliss locks the tire bead 360° around the rim to act as a full circumference rim lock
  • Saves up to one pound of weight over stock tubed design
  • Less unsprung weight in tires can help handling and acceleration
  • Entirely eliminates pinch flats
  • Integrated rim lock near inner chamber valve
  • Repair tire with a simple plug kit
  • Tubliss allows you to run a wider range of pressures
  • Tire temperature is greatly reduced, creating consistent pressures
  • For off-road use only
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Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 (Tubeless) Tire System Reviews

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No (4)
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Chuck those tubes!
If you're intimidated by the install, don't be. It's actually very easy. Much easier than dealing with tubes in my opinion. I change out tires on a regular basis now, and look forward to doing it.

I love the option of running the tire pressure as low as I choose without fear of a pinch flat. It's really a great system.
December 15, 2018
So Cal , CA, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
8 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
221 - 250 lbs.
Height:
6'4 - 6'6
Value
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Tubliss Tire system
I was a little hesitant to purchase the Tubliss system because of the initial cost. However, I am able to ride with only a 5 p.s.i. with no incidences of flats!

-m-2012 KTM 350 XCF-W--
December 11, 2018
Delano , MN, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
11 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
221 - 250 lbs.
Height:
5'10 - 6'0
Value
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Tubeliss
I use tubeliss on all my bikes. It makes technical trail riding so much easier when you are able to run with low tire pressure. The hook up you get is amazing and don’t have to fight tire spin. I have used tubeliss for 3 years now and won’t ride a bike without it.
December 3, 2018
Spanish Fork , UT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
1 year ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
191 - 220 lbs.
Height:
5'10 - 6'0
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
You need tubliss
Tire installation is easy, no more pinched tubes. The lower tire pressure you are able to run with tubliss adds a lot of traction. I run them front and back.

-m-2018 HUSQVARNA TX 300--
November 27, 2018
cumming, GA, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
4 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
161 - 190 lbs.
Height:
5'10 - 6'0
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Buy these if you ride enduro / singletrack. This is perhaps the best mod I have on my bike for the kind of riding that I do.

-m-2006 KTM 200 XC--
November 24, 2018
Pittsboro, NC, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
5 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
131 - 160 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Excellent value! Life changing traction
I love my tubliss. Traction is awesome. Tire repairs are easy. Tire replacement is a snap.
Never had any problems with leaking that others have reported.
November 1, 2018
Orem, UT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
1 year ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
161 - 190 lbs.
Height:
5'7 - 5'9
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Good product
Purchased these mor my 2019 ktm 300 love em
Especially with the ability to run low tire pressure

-m-2019 KTM 300 XC-W i Six Days (Fuel Injected)--
Easy to install just follow the instructions definitely helped with traction at low pressures
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October 31, 2018
Hamburg , PA, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
2 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
251 - 280 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
No tube-no worries
I have these both front and rear on my bike and they're great. Never have to worry about the tubes being punctured, and the tubliss system does an excellent job of protecting the rims in low-psi environments.

-m-2008 KTM 450 XC-W--
October 28, 2018
Payson, UT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
9 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
191 - 220 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Ditch the tubes
Finally switched to tubliss and will never look back! Install was straight forward if you follow their instructions plus they have a video of each step on their website. Love being able to air WAY done if I want with no issues
October 27, 2018
Arlington, WA, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
2 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
161 - 190 lbs.
Height:
5'7 - 5'9
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
awesome traction
this system is not the easiest to put on but it is worth the pain. The traction you can get from this is awesome

-m-2019 KTM 300 XC-W i (Fuel Injected)--
October 24, 2018
Pittsburgh , PA, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
2 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
131 - 160 lbs.
Height:
5'10 - 6'0
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does it come with the rim tape?
alex c on Dec 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It comes with everything you need to install the system. Make sure you buy a good quality tire mounting lube. Its a little tricky to get the seal, but they work great after that.
According to the nuetech installation video, the second hole in the rim is supposed to be four spokes away. On My 2017 Beta xtrainer the value stem and the rim lock are opposite each other, so here lies the question, do I drill a new hole four spokes away? If so I now have three holes in the rim is that ok,if so, do I plug it with something or what?
Shane B on Oct 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, follow the instructions and drill the new hole. The kit comes with a plug for your old rim lock hole which is then held in place by the included rim tape. Many older bikes came with two rim locks so don't worry about the extra hole.
Where i can get the high pressure inner tube?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: RMC has them, I keep a spare front and rear on hand just in case I need one in a hurry.
What kind of inflator do I need to get the bladder to 100psi?
Andy K on May 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Any bicycle pump that can reach 100+ psi. The tubliss inflator valves are schrader type. Bicycle floor pumps work best in the garage. There are some small portable bicycle pumps that will work too. I'd carry one in a hydration pack while trail riding. Road bicyles aften can have 125+ tire pressures so visit a bike shop for best selections.
Can you flip your tire to get the the sharper edge and not have sealing issues with the high pressure bladder?
Tim O on May 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I always flip my tires to enjoy that fresh cutting-edge. The important thing with tubeless is to take them on and off without touching the inner red piece. A couple of times of changing you'll be an expert. Additionally I put Stan's no flat in the high pressure tube and in the actual Tire. I have never gotten a flat since I started doing this.
Will this system work on the rear of a 2016 Husqvarna te 300 when I pull my bike up it doesn't show this system just tubes?
lyndon W on Dec 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will. I had it installed on my 2012 KTM 300 XCW. You have to run the right tire or you will have issues. I spent quite a bit of time talking to Nuetech which were very responsive. My buddy and I both had issues keeping the high pressure seal. We both got rear flats in an enduro and road about 30 and 20 miles to the finish with the tire still on the rim. Very impressive. However the tubeless system was smoked and needed to be replaced. I found out later you should run slime, it may help prevent the flat but if you do get one it prevents that inner red tubeless part from getting burned. So I'm told. I stopped using them as I didn't want to buy another rear and it was a pain to keep the high pressure correct. I can say running at 6 psi traction is awesome. Hope this helps.
Do I have to run a certain kind of tire, or will any normal offroad tire work? I know the high pressure tube is 100psi, but what is the most psi I can put in the tire?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can run any kind of tyre you like.
The tubliss system is aimed towards running lower than conventional tube pressures, (0-10psi) so I'm a little confused as why you want to know the maximum you can inflate to, and I don't think tubliss specify a maximum tyre pressure, so you could really run it as hard a you like, 20 or 30psi not problem, but I don't know why you would.
I typically run about 11 front, 7 rear and 110 in the tubliss. I have run with a flat punctured tyre too and it's not a drama with the tubliss.
Does the tubliss package come with the installation glide plate?
Zac P on Dec 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: YES, glide plate and installation instructions
tip: use lots Armor All for a lubricant and electrical tape for rim tape,
You can use 9 wraps of standard electrical tape (the electrical tape is my preference when setting up wheels), just make sure NOT to stretch it on. Instead pull a couple feet of tape off the roll, let it relax for a few seconds and then press it onto the rim. Put the first wrap down the center, the next 1/8” off center to one side and then repeat to the offset on other side – then repeat these same layers for 9 wraps. You just need to build up layers over the spoke heads to protect the bladder – remember the tape just protects the bladder from the spoke heads, it does not need to seal in any way. – I prefer this method because the tape is so thin that it has no real edge for the bead of the tire to catch on. This can happen with the thick tape.
can i go back to tubes if something happens?
Jack G on Aug 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, no problem. You have to enlarge 1 of the pre-existing rim lock or valve stem holes slightly by drilling and that is the only permanent commitment. I have made the mistake of going back to traditional tubes and didnt cause any problems. Just reminded me of why i went Tubliss in the first place. Forced me to read the directions better. Call Tubliss if you have questions. Their directions are good but they miss a few steps I think are important to a trouble free installation and long life.
II am worried about tire spin on the rim. I am interested in trying on a hillclimb bike (very high horsepower with intense hole shots). We often run extra rim locks. Some even screw the tire to the rim. Can I assume rim locks are not used with this system and how secure is the tire to the rim?
Vince on Oct 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: hello, Vincent, I have this system set up on both my bikes. I have had it for about two years and I can tell you with certainty that your tire will not spin on the rim. The inner tube that sits in the red liner receives 100-110psi. It makes for the best tire bead seal you can get. I have ran the outer chamber tire pressure at 4psi on a 2012 kiwi 450f with plenty of mods and the tire will not spin. you can run them with no air pressure and they wont spin it will just ruin the red liner in about 50 miles or less. Hands down these are the best tubes you can get. Just take your time and read instructions carefully. Always use a new tire or one that is fairly new (less then 2 years old). Be sure to check tire pressure every two weeks or so as the inner tube will generally loose about 20psi a month just from sitting. and yes there is one rim lock attached to red liner gold color Hope this helps answer your question.
How well will they work for motocross because I only seen woods racers using them?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The benefit is you can run low air pressure and the tire is bead locked to the rim all the way around. I am not a motocross racer but ride the woods a lot. I believe the weight of the tublis system is close to using a thick tube and two bead locks. I have run with no air, tire stays on! The main advantage is no pinch flats, not a big problem on a race track. I would guess it will be fine for motocross.
What does the "system" come with? Do we need to buy additional items like tape and stuff to make it work?
Andy K on May 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It comes with everything as far as parts go I messed up putting my front tire together I scared the red hard liner. I just replaced it before I went riding this last weekend in the mountains. Use lots lots of straight dish soap so things are slick it worked better for me to put the guts on the rim first then put it inside the tire so that the beads are over the out each side do one side then the other it's not easy job any way you do it. Once it's together put some tire slime inside the tire part it just helps a little. Once your up and running you'll like the fact that you sent hitting the rim when you pound through the rocks and let the air down on the rear the tractor is un mached if you have a rekluse clutch to go with it all those obstacles get much easer
How much of a difference is there when running tubliss in the rear only versus both front and rear having tubliss. Also what setup would be recommended for three diferent riding areas? Motocross racing. Enduro or trailriding(i ride in mountain trails while camping so it is not that extreme). Sand dune paddle tire. If you dont know or recommend a different way to run for different situations im all ears. I just got into riding and i would like to know more about what to expect and how to setup for different rides.
Taylor P on Mar 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think is makes the biggest difference in the rear due to the low pressure you can run and the added traction. I don't do MX so can't answer that. But trail and enduro the set up would be the same, run a tire with a stiff sidewall and run low pressure 4-6 psi (some people even run 0) or a little higher if it is a more flexible sidewall. For a paddle tire, I think it would work fine but never tried it, I would call Nuetech and ask them.
Can these still get pinched and leak? I seem to always have problems pinching tubes because I don't change tires or tubes often and wanting to run these but would hate to pinch these.
Brandon on Oct 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't think it is possible to pinch the tubliss tube as such, they are very tough. But you have to check your tubliss pressure regularly. Tubliss recommend checking before every ride, I check mine every week and they have usually dropped from the 110psi I set them at to about 85-90psi, and I think most of that air is lost when I'm actually reattaching the pump to the valve. If you fit them well as per the instructions, and check your pressure regularly you shouldn't have a problem. I have had mine for about 2 years now and think they're fantastic, never had a problem or a flat. I use a stainless steel valve cap with the little oring in to help keep it sealed too. I find tyre changes are much easier too with the tubliss system. It isn't for everyone though, if you want to keep it simple and low maintenance I may not be for you, sounds like you don't like to pay a lot of attention to your tyres, it's a personal preference and application choice also. If you want to be able to run really low pressures for maximum traction etc then they're ideal, if you never go below 10 psi then you probably don't need them. I'm currently running 9 and 6psi (front rear) in my 500 doing technical enduro and it's great. Hope that helps.
Why are these for off road only? I am really interested in never getting a flat front at 70 mph.
Richard H on Oct 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I ran the Gen 2 for a season and ran over a large busting the high pressure small tube. When this occurred a had only a plug kit. I was not prepared for that incident. I like the Gen 2 but I have since moved to the mousse bib. They aren’t made for road use but solve the getting flats problem. I switch out to heavy duty tubes also depending on what type of ride I will be riding. Sorry I don’t have a pod answer. I don’t think there will ever be a perfect inflation cure for dirtbikes
Good luck
What is the reason for drilling a new hole in the rim 4 spokes away from the factory valve stem hole, why cant you just move the tube and use the original valve stem hole and bead look hole?
ANDREW O on Oct 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Honesty that is what I did. I drilled out the rim lock hole bigger and left the inner tube hole alone. I was not going to add an extra hole into the rim if needed. I actually bent my rim and was still able to go back and use the original holes for a tube as wel. The rim lock hole was a little Big but still holds the tire firm.