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Old 14-05-2019
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Air Mousse

Has anyone tried these new air mousse tubes. are they any better or just the same as a normal mousse.
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Are talking about the MEFO MOUSSE CHANNEL TUBE? Would be interesting to see what these are like.
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Old 15-05-2019
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haven't seen those ones, will have to check them out. was talking about these ones:
http://www.airmousse.com/
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looks interesting.
12, 7 or 16 pounds pressure in enduro, soft enduro and MX (19" rears)

web site says the right things.
handy tyre fitment guide
monza imports!. $$$


who's going to be the guinea pig?
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"Airmousse combines a high concentration of Nitrogenium"






WTF is Nitrogenium???
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Guys, I did a bunch of research on mousses about a year ago - if we get 100, we can get them from Ali Baba direct from the manufacturers all these guys use.
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they have them at mxstore too. i will probably try one when my dura mousse is dead.
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"Airmousse combines a high concentration of Nitrogenium"






WTF is Nitrogenium???
Sounds like it's an integral part of the flux capacitor.
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Guys, I did a bunch of research on mousses about a year ago - if we get 100, we can get them from Ali Baba direct from the manufacturers all these guys use.
I am in
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I am in
I would take a couple, sounds like a logistical nightmare for someone though ??

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