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    Python Air Light slow roller ?

    I just replaced rear my ust conti vapour with a python air ligh with stans ... and I dont kow if it is my imanigation , but the rear tire seems heavy on the trail , alot of rolling resistance ? is this correct ? I though they were like racing tires ..
    any comments ..

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    Slow? No. The Python is a fast rolling tire. How much sealant do you have in the tire? Fluid moving in a tire can make it sluggish feeling.

    Try using tubes.
    The trouble with common sense is it is no longer common

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    Alot of sealant ... about 1/2 a slime bottle

    I never rememberd the tire rolling so slow , maybe it is the 500g i just added to my bike with the conversion to disks ... *sigh*

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