I’m a bad man
To answer your serious Q, yes it is better than the air tank pumps. I picked up an air shot on sale and did a round of wheels with it on the weekend. I have 2 rear wheels that are a pain to seal due to a few choice dings. With the air tank pump there isn't quite enough volume to get 29 tyres on and seated before the air gets past the dings. The air shot got both tyres on first go no problems.Serious Q, does it do better than an air tank pump? Granted my home compressor isn’t the greatest, but my tubeless air tank pump is usually better at inflating a pesky tyre than the compressor.
Absolutely the less restriction the better but volume plays a part. With larger volume 29er tyres there just wasn't enough air in the air tank pump to get them on the bead if there was any sort of imperfection in the rim.The trick is to make yourself a straight through inflator hose with no reductions, restrictions or strangle points to stem the air volume rush.
Mine slides over the presta valve outer with the core removed, the end tip is a schrader to presta adaptor. When the trigger is pressed it opens a hole greater than the diameter of the hose giving a full flow blast of air.
I'm glad he's around. Without him a couple of years ago, my then 9 year old wouldn't have decided he wanted to get into mtb, and thus I wouldn't have even known it was a thing.I wish he would show a hack on removing his bike seat so he can ride away and fuck himself. Still confused how he became internet famous.
Don't worry...mountain biking would have found you.I'm glad he's around. Without him a couple of years ago, my then 9 year old wouldn't have decided he wanted to get into mtb, and thus I wouldn't have even known it was a thing.
On second thought, yeah fuck him.
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Unless you are "Multisport" or want an easy way to monitor heart rate you don't want one. I posted it up for people that might want one.I don't understand watches gps etc very much, curious to know why would I want to get one of these?