HI FLOW 'No Clog' Tubeless Valves

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Colour: magenta

Size: One Pair of Size 2 - 30-50mm

with screw on adaptor: yes

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Specifically designed to work with tubeless systems.

76 Projects' HI FLOW valves have 4x the air throughput and a redesigned core that helps prevent sealant build-up.

Tubeless bike tyres and rims were introduced 20 years ago yet tubeless systems still use the Presta valve standard. The clearances in a Presta valve are smaller than the holes that sealant is supposed to be able to block so it's no surprise that the valves get clogged.

  • 'No Clog' internals - Greatly increased clearances prevent sealant build up.
  • 4x greater air flow (compared to Presta) - Fill the tyre faster to help seat and seal the bead.
  • Inject sealant directly through the valve centre. Although we still recommend adding sealants with particles directly into the tyre.
  • Compatible with standard rims and holes for Presta valves.
  • Lightweight at just 9 grams a pair.
  • High precision CNC machined aluminium.
  • Come supplied with spacers to allow fitting to different rim heights.
  • Completely rebuildable for cleaning.
  • Compatible with rim inserts.

WORKS WITH LEVER LOCK STYLE PUMPS AS STANDARD. WILL WORK WITH SCREW ON OR DIRECT PUSH ON PUMPS USING ADAPTER AVAILABLE here

Size 1 - 15-35mm rim heights

Size 2 - 30-50mm rim heights

Size 3 - 45-65mm rim heights

Price per pair of valves



    https://onetrackmind.bike/76-projects-hi-flow-tubeless-valves-review/

     What can I say? These are the future of MTB valves. Why would you use a Presta valve ever again when these are available?

    One of the best products I have tested to date and I will be fitting these to all my bikes in the near future.

     

    GMBN Tech Sticker

     CycleTechReview - CycleTechReview

    ‘Hi Flow’ Tubeless Valves – the end of Presta?

    I fitted a pair and BAM! Well actually more a poof! I was able to seat a pair of Schwalbe X-One tyres to some Mavic Open Pro UST rims using just a track pump. It was easy, just a few strokes and up they went. So, so far the ‘Hi Flow’ valves have impressed. They stayed sealed, no leaking around the valve, I’m happy.

    Paul Horta Hopkins

    Bikerumor (@bikerumor) / Twitter https://bikerumor.com/76projects-hi-flow-no-clog-tubeless-valve-delivers-4x-air-flow-of-presta/
    https://off.road.cc/content/review/components/76-projects-hi-flow-no-clog-tubeless-valves-9075
    If you're constantly unclocking clogged Presta valves or running a tubeless setup, the 76 Projects HI FLOW 'No Clog' Tubeless Valves are an absolute must-have. Although it takes a little more to install them, they perform exactly as promised, making tyre inflation much quicker and easier at a price that's incredibly competitive to traditional tubeless valves. These valves may just spell the death of Presta.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
    59%
    (16)
    11%
    (3)
    15%
    (4)
    7%
    (2)
    7%
    (2)
    M
    Michael Campagna
    Problem using air pumps

    These valves were easy to install, but challenging using various pumps to air up. I tried 4 different pumps and everything needs to be just right to get a seal that won't fall off. I will not buy another set.

    a
    andy bailie
    I really wanted to make this a 5 star review but...

    Having suffered from clogged valves in the past, I was excited to try these as a way to remedy clogs and pressure issues with both my gravel and MTB bikes. Alas - After installing as per the instructions/video - these valves were quite loose on the rims and had annoying leaks. I tried... I REALLY tried to get them more secured but - in the end - was unsuccessful and have returned them for a full refund.

    T
    Tran Quoc Hung
    It works!

    Easy set up with normal floor pump

    M
    Michael Matteson
    Not that compatible

    I bought these because 76 Projects description said they could be used with a lever-type pump adaptor. I own and tried 3 different adaptors, a Nashbar floor pump, a Kobalt portable air inflator, and a Chinese knockoff from Amazon. None of them would attach to the 76 valve, and none of them would inflate the tires. I then bought standard cheapo tubeless valves from Amazon and they work fine. I can even remove the Presta valve core and get plenty of air flow to inflate tire. Side note: after inflating the tire and adding sealant, one of the Presta valve cores did get plugged. I replaced it with another I had laying around and it's fine now.
    Bottom line 1. 76 Projects is misleading its customers when they say their valve works with most lever-type adaptors. Buyer beware. 2. Regular tubeless Presta valves like I bought work fine.

    R
    Raymond Halliwell
    Better than Presta

    Easy to fit and works well. So far the valve hasn't become clogged with sealant. Reasonably priced and well made. My Park Tools pump and Topeak pressure gauge work without issues. The screw on adapter fits my mini-pump.
    Very quick delivery, Ordered Monday arrived Thailand on Thursday.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
    59%
    (16)
    11%
    (3)
    15%
    (4)
    7%
    (2)
    7%
    (2)
    M
    Michael Campagna
    Problem using air pumps

    These valves were easy to install, but challenging using various pumps to air up. I tried 4 different pumps and everything needs to be just right to get a seal that won't fall off. I will not buy another set.

    a
    andy bailie
    I really wanted to make this a 5 star review but...

    Having suffered from clogged valves in the past, I was excited to try these as a way to remedy clogs and pressure issues with both my gravel and MTB bikes. Alas - After installing as per the instructions/video - these valves were quite loose on the rims and had annoying leaks. I tried... I REALLY tried to get them more secured but - in the end - was unsuccessful and have returned them for a full refund.

    T
    Tran Quoc Hung
    It works!

    Easy set up with normal floor pump

    M
    Michael Matteson
    Not that compatible

    I bought these because 76 Projects description said they could be used with a lever-type pump adaptor. I own and tried 3 different adaptors, a Nashbar floor pump, a Kobalt portable air inflator, and a Chinese knockoff from Amazon. None of them would attach to the 76 valve, and none of them would inflate the tires. I then bought standard cheapo tubeless valves from Amazon and they work fine. I can even remove the Presta valve core and get plenty of air flow to inflate tire. Side note: after inflating the tire and adding sealant, one of the Presta valve cores did get plugged. I replaced it with another I had laying around and it's fine now.
    Bottom line 1. 76 Projects is misleading its customers when they say their valve works with most lever-type adaptors. Buyer beware. 2. Regular tubeless Presta valves like I bought work fine.

    R
    Raymond Halliwell
    Better than Presta

    Easy to fit and works well. So far the valve hasn't become clogged with sealant. Reasonably priced and well made. My Park Tools pump and Topeak pressure gauge work without issues. The screw on adapter fits my mini-pump.
    Very quick delivery, Ordered Monday arrived Thailand on Thursday.