have used Dyna beeds for a couple years now love them. They even slowed a flat by pluging the hole some. I had changed some rims from stick on weights to Dyna. Forgot to remove the lead the beads adjusted to the excess weight.
Simple and effective. It completely eliminates spoke or stick-on weights. I've had prolonged runs at over a ton that were constantly smooth and vibration free. I run them in tube & tubeless tires on my 990 Adv. Recommended.
I was a bit skeptical, however after using them, I believe. They work great, you just need to be conscious of where the valve is when filling up with air. The beads can easily get between the valve seat and cause a leak.
This is a simple solution to getting a thousand or so tiny beads into your tire or inner tube. Yes, you could make your own version but for the price why bother. I cable tied the tube to the nozzle so it wouldn't fall off and also use a small hose clamp on the value stem end when I install them. The suggestion to vibrate the beads into the tire works well also.
The applicator and spout are kind of a pain. It works, but if you go to fast it jams up and you'll spill beads everywhere clearing it. I held an etching pen against the spout and it vibrated em right down the valve. Love the dyna beads tho!
The applicator was very easy to use, was allittle worried about pouring to fast and getting the beads stuck in the tube so I spent about 10 mins getting 2oz into my back tire and about 3/4 through it I did go to fast and got them stuck, gave a quick squeeze and cleared the tube out. So what I found is if you get the beads close to the tip and squeeze the bottle the air Pressure will just blow them down into the tire as long as you have a good seal on the valve stem.
I have laced wheels on my 2001 Heritage Softail which we all know requires a tube. Well, you can't conveniently dump the beads while mounting the tire. You have to use the applicator to inject them into the tube. The hot tip is....use some form of vibration to allow the beads to flow with more fluidity through the valve stem. If you don't, they'll bind at the stem. I used an engraver, and just turned it on. I made sure it was just touching the wheel, valve stem and applicator tube all at the same time. A light steady flow of beads will dump right in. It took me about 10 minutes to dump 2 ounces. Nice & easy. Oh, and, I love em!!! Smoothe as silk to 105MPH. No need to go faster...Enjoy!!
Dyna Beads are a must when mounting a new tire. I am on my second set of tires with this product and from mile 1 until they are burnt up, You will notice how smooth it is. As the tire wears, the Dyna Beads move around and adjust the balance dynamically.
I ride a 2002 Electra Glide and tried the beads for the first time. Even though I didn't have a ballance problem I noticed the vibritaion in the handlebars reduced to almost "0". I only put 2ozs. in the front. Next time I'll do 3ozs. in both front & rear.
<br>They work like magic. Only problem is getting those little round beads into the velve stem. It takes time but it's worth it. I've put 7000+ miles on my front tire of me 02 Electra Glide and when I replaced the tire I cut the old tube open to see if there was any damage to the tube. None! In fact you could reuse the old beads if you wanted to.