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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jul 2018
    Melbourne fringe
    Go tubeless, lower your air pressure & thereby decrease rolling resistance..Also more comfortable, no pinch flats etc

  2. #12
    NJS Certified
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Thanks heaps for all the info, crew. I took it on board and hunted and hunted for cheap 5000s and corsas, but in the end went with the 4000sII, I couldn't go past the known goodness and cheapness at $93 a pair.
    Sidenote: The rear tyre (durano plus) that I swapped out weighed 448g at 23c! Thats just shy of a 2" thunderburt. Anyway, I got a 360g saving off the tyres overall, and the grip is much, much nicer... this mornings ride was a pleasure. The mounting on neutrons was bloody insane though, god help me if i ever flat.
    Last edited by JP; 05-02-2019 at 10:17 AM.

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