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3.5 ounces in a 700x23 tire dried up in 6 weeks. On my gravel bike it lasted a bit longer, cooler months and 4.5 ounces, but the fibers all found each other and the Stan's clump ball was born again. My reason for trying the race formula was I was tired of their less expensive product balling up - just pay the lower price get the same result. Last, you shake the bottle to stir up the hair like particles, but this creates loads of bubbles that pour out when you service your tire. After using 1/2 the bottle you notice lots of fibers left in the bottle-- it is tough to get an even pour of this mix with each use. Way too high a price for this low of performance, too many good alternatives. But Stans, love your rims!
I don’t know if I got a fake bottle, but I’ve been using Stan’s for years. Twice their sealant looks watery in my tire (no rain or water crossings) and just doesn’t seal my tires. On my gravel bike with new tires if I inflate past 40 to 60 lbs it doesn’t hold the pressure and goes down to 20ish. This stuff is not cheap and will be going in the trash. I’m done with Stan’s sealer getting watery in my tires. The orange stuff, doesn’t do that on my other bikes.
This may seal better than the original formula but I don't like the chunks in it. Makes it so you can't fill through the valve stem. Means breaking the bead EVERY time you need to top your sealant off. I'll finish this bottle and then go back to Stan's original sealant.
Since you cannot inject thru the valve stem you must break the tire rim seal. This creates problems when reinflating, so you probably wish you had a compressor This fluid can also clog valve stem or valvecore. Another problem, it seems to dry out very quickly. I switched back to the original Stans. Can also act like contact cement on the inside of the tire, sticking it togheter, making the tire impossable to remove,without destroying it. Cheers.