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Enve G23 & tire compatibility? (Pirelli Cinturato Gravel H)

Old 04-14-23, 09:44 AM
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Enve G23 & tire compatibility? (Pirelli Cinturato Gravel H)

Anyone run into issues with subject combo? Only had time to mount up the front tire/wheel thus far, but it was easy-peasy & held air & sealant just fine. Pumped up to about 50 psi & did a 3 mile test loop. Two days later I saw that it was totally deflated. Pumped it up to 40 psi and an overnight it was totally deflated again. Rim tape is factory Enve & Iím am using their valves (per Enve recommendation) with Orange Seal Endurance.

Any and all info is appreciated.
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Old 04-17-23, 11:54 AM
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What width tires? Iím assuming they are wide and thatís why you went with the 650b, so 50 sounds high
have you tried this:
https://silca.cc/pages/sppc-form


ETA: measure your inflated tire width to use the calculator, it has a huge impact

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Old 04-17-23, 09:48 PM
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Tires are 700x40. I only put 50 psi in to see it it would hold air overnight. I’ll ride with them pumped up to around 35 psi or slightly less
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Old 04-18-23, 06:19 AM
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My experience has been that the majority of the time this kind of problem is a loose/leaking valve stem.
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