Any of you old schools guys.......

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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JTC
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by JTC

I just ran into a few brand new Wolber SP1 Pro Tubulars and was wondering if anyone knew or can remember what the pressure limit was for them. Cant find any info on them since Wolber is no longer around.

Joel
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by Joel

What size is it? The most 21-23mm can safely afford 8-9 bar

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JTC
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by JTC

I beleive they are 21mm.

Joel
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by Joel

The tyre pressure didn't really changed the last years, so when you ride with 7-8 bar it's no problem

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Kirkster
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by Kirkster

7-9 bars....Thats a bit ov a pussy's pressure innit?

Should be at least 9-10 bar.........tho i know you guys are weight freaks so the less air the liter? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Kirkster wrote:7-9 bars....Thats a bit ov a pussy's pressure innit?

Should be at least 9-10 bar.........tho i know you guys are weight freaks so the less air the liter? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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I think its safe to assume your an idiot :lol:

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by Joel

Kirkster wrote:7-9 bars....Thats a bit ov a pussy's pressure innit?

Should be at least 9-10 bar.........tho i know you guys are weight freaks so the less air the liter? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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I didn't say that yo can't ride with 9-10bar, but you can ride all day with 7-8bar so the limit will be 10bar or more. That's for all old tubulars

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