SYNCROS Tubeless Kit Eco 33 mm
The Syncros Eco Tubeless Kit belongs to the latest generation of sealants. It is free from ammonia, latex substances and proteins. It not only protects the environment, but also your material and your hands when processing. It is still able to reliably seal holes up to 6 mm thick and thin side walls. These excellent properties make it standard equipment on high-quality Scott bikes.
NOTE: The kit may only be used with tubeless-ready rims!
Width tubeless tape: 33 mm (for 2 rims)
Compatibility rims: approx. 28 - 32 mm internal width
Length of valves: 48 mm
Weights aluminum manufacturer: n / a
Weights weighed by yourself: 382g
Scope of delivery:
1x SYNCROS Tubeless Kit Eco 33 mm includes:
- 2x Syncros Eco Sealant tire sealant 125 ml
- 1x roll of tubeless tape (for 2 rims)
- 2x tubeless valves 48 mm with screw-out valve core
- 1x valve key
- 1x replacement valve
1. Degrease the rim, e.g. with brake disc cleaner (you can find this under the heading Cleaning and accessories in our shop)
2. Glue a 20 cm strip of the tape, under tension, bubble-free over the valve hole.
IMPORTANT: Rub the strips carefully without bubbles!
3. Lay a layer of rim tape / stick it on under tension.
IMPORTANT: The two ends must overlap at the valve hole in order to have two layers of tape to secure the valve bolt. The whole tape must be rubbed into place without bubbles.
4. Make a small hole for the valve. Then push the valve through and secure with a knurled nut.
5. Pull the tires on completely and inflate them with compressed air. The tire jumps clearly audibly from approx. 2.2 bar into the correct position on the rim flange. If you have worked cleanly, the air lasts for about 10 minutes even without sealing milk.
6. Let the air out again. Rub the tire between the rim flange and the carcass with soapy water. This guarantees the best fit and takes additional surface tension from the latex milk at the transition so that it is even better distributed in the pores. Unscrew the valve core from the valve.
Caution: do not bend the valve pin.
Then fill at least 60 ml of sealing milk in one place by removing the tire. Screw in the valve core again and inflate again with compressed air.
7. Now swivel and tap the impeller for several minutes so that the liquid is distributed. The optimal distribution occurs when the impeller is turning. If air escapes at one point, turn the relevant point downwards and shake vigorously again.