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Tufo Elite Pulse Tubular Road Tire

Tufo Elite Pulse Tubular Road TireTufo Elite Pulse Tubular Road Tire
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Very low rolling resistance road tire with unique tread pattern specially designed for excellent traction on wet or dry pavement. Tread compound uses the new Silane VP Si 363, designed to improve the key tire characteristics - lowering rolling resistance by over 10%, better grip in wet conditions, higher durability and smoother ride. Black. 230g.

Weight: 230 grams

Tire Type: Tubular 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 22-622 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25-622 

Max Pressure: 225 psi

Applications: Road Racing 

Made in: Czech Republic 

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Reviewed 11/9/2013
by Anonymous
Montreal, Canada
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Very comfortable tubular, smooth ride.

Racing and training. Almost 2000km so far.

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Reviewed 9/20/2012
by Libor Krasny
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Prague, Czech Rep.
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8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.
Seriously fast rubber that makes you fly.

At first, I was hesitant to use Tufo tires because of the bad reputation they have on the Internet (being slow, giving harsh ride etc.). However, after a season on Continental Competition tubulars, I was looking for something that would result in a more comfy ride. The Competitions were not perfectly round and no matter how I tried to seat them, they always produced a bumpy ride. I ran the Competitions at 105 PSI and this pressure (72 kg rider) seemed to be the best compromise between comfort and speed. Nevertheles, at the end of August I was just fed up with the bumps and went for Tufos as they offer a seamless casing. The difference was apparent at first. The bumps disappeared. However, the tires were slow (at 120 PSI). As riding the Competitions was deadly when I once tried to ride them pumped at 130 (no grip while cornering, very harsh ride) I was not sure if it was a good idea to try a higher pressure. But I did try and what a transformation! I ride the Tufos at 150-160 PSI and they are seriously fast, grip well and provide a supple ride comparable to Continental GP4000S clinchers (one of the best clinchers ever) pumped to 110 PSI. I cannot comment on durability as I clocked 1000 km only, but the ride quality and speed are excellent.

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