New Vittoria Tubular?

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Bridgeman
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by Bridgeman

Just received next years supply of tubulars, and noticed that they are now called Vittoria Corsa CX III, Pro Series. Evo CX II is history I reckon. The new rubber compound is called ISOgrip.

I can't find much about this new tire. Hoping for the best!

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by Zigmeister

Interesting. Love the Vittoria Corsa Evo CX II tubulars. Sounds like they just got better!

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by Bridgeman

Couple of observations;

* Weight is 252grams @ 23mm wide.

* The valve stem is brass, and it looks like it cannot be removed. If true would be a real bummer.

AFA
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by AFA

I bought one earlier in the year. Mine also had the brass stem which appears to be non-removeable which sucks since the proper length Vittoria stems I bought a year earlier are now too long.

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by atakaoka

aint this one?
http://www.totalcycling.com/a-z/tires/t ... 0_iso.html

this is diferent from the CX II who has the intire valve stem removed, it's back to valve core remove stem.
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by Bridgeman

Yes, core is removable, which means you will be able to insert sealant for small puncture repair out on the road. Sorry, I'm a bit late to the party.

Looking forward to trying this new tire compound!

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