Originally Posted by crankshaft
Been running Tubliss on my 950 SE for a year now and I find the opposite to be true, I can change them faster than a tube. I have eliminated the possibility of getting pinch flats and when I ran tubes, I would get them on the SE all the time while running hard in rocky terrain. I've also ran them on Rally stages with no problems at speeds up to 116 MPH and I'm still sitting here typing
I usually carry a spare Tubliss tube in my pack but I've never used it.
Try them sometime.
I agree with Crankshaft. I love the Tubliss in my RXV550 (both ends) with Michelin Deserts. I can run them down to 5psi and never worry about pinch flats and they handle all the speed & power the RXV550 can dish out. I had the wheels balanced so they run smooth at paved road/highway speeds. I did not find them hard to change either, with simple hand tire tools.