You send, Stan's mends.
Winning races means pushing limits. That's why Stan Koziatek spent 15 years developing this Race formula of their standard tire sealant that seals faster and stops larger punctures. The low-viscosity latex base better coats your sidewalls, and a combination or normal and "XL" crystals form a lattice work to plug larger holes and sidewall cuts. This means you can take bigger risks and lose less pressure on your way to the hot seat.
32 oz bottle. Recommended amount per tire ranges from 2 - 4 oz depending on tire size. Sealant remains functional down to -20°F.
Manufacturer's Note: Sealant must be poured directly into tire. Application using valve stems and injectors will cause them to be clogged instantly.
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This is the best puncture stop on the market
They say you can't use this on your road presta valves. I hacked it and use a KOM syringe with a small tube to insert deep into tire and add the race sealant. You have to play with the syringe a little but this works. Been doing this for 6 months now and no flata at all. When I get a thorn etc. Stuck in tire and remove it, this race sealant stops the leak in 1 second. So much better that the normal sealant.
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