Finish Line Tyre Sealant - 1L

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Description

The Finish Line Tubeless Tyre Sealant is not just 'another sealant' on the market. Free of latex and ammonia (commonly used in other sealants), it relies on FiberLink technology to fill gaps caused by punctures and stop air loss from your tyre. The fibers are DuPont Kevlar, so as the tyre continues to rotate as you ride on, the FiberLink tightens and strengthens, which locks in the seal and you're ready to continue riding and shouldn't get any grief from that puncture for the remainder of the tyre's life! 

This sealant was originally released stating it would last the entire life of the tyre, however, Finishline quickly realised that with the vast amount of tyres on the market and people living in different climates, that the sealant might require additional top ups during the life a tyre. The formula remains the same and it is advised to check up on the tyre in case it needs refreshing like other sealants. 

Finish Line sealant is naturally non-toxic, hypoallergenic and safe for use on carbon rims. 

Dosage recommendations per tyre:

  • 26" & 27.5" - 3-4oz (88-118ml)
  • 29" - 4-5oz (118-147ml)
  • CX & Gravel - 3-4oz (88-118ml)
  • Road - 2-3oz (59-88ml)
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Reviews

2.6

Top quality product

by

I am very confused by all these negative reviews. This is by far the best sealant I have used. I ride and race enduro using maxxis double down tyres(if that helps to know). I also have some in my vittoria tyres on my XC bike. I have not had a single problem with sealing or minor punctures. It also doesn’t dry up to nothing like I found stans did too frequently.
I won’t be using anything else.

Finish Line <<< Stans

by

Terrible stuff - takes ages to seal the bead when fitting a tyre, constant pressure loss, doesn't seal small punctures and costs more. Stick with Stans

Can't seal small puncture

by -

Had really high hopes for this sealant to be a no fuss and easy option, without having to routinely check and top up sealant levels.

Whilst it does that ok, it can't for the life of it seal punctures. Had a small puncture today of not even a couple millimeters which should've sealed just by riding (like other sealants).

Unfortunately I had to resort to plugging the puncture with a strip and even then, it still couldn't hold the seal.

Disappointing, will be going back to other sealants. Might be more hassle but at least they work.

It works like a sealant

by -

First off, the sealant has only been in three of the fleet for a couple of weeks. It was as straightforward as any sealant to put in even though it is not the same smooth latex liquid you may be familiar with. I injected it into all tyres through the valve stem. Easy enough. One bike still uses tubes and that was okay too.
Only test so far has been an infestation of catheads/caltrop/three cornered jacks. The tyres were clearly punctured (in one case, three times) but very little sealant came out the holes...just a tiny blob and the holes sealed with almost no air loss. So as a sealant, it works very well. Other sealants often jet a little out these holes before any sealing takes place. So that's a win.

However, the longevity test has much longer to run...

Stay w stans

by -

I've used this twice. 1 tyre sealed up ok but loses pressure fast. It is a porous tyre so might not be sealants fault. The other tyre wouldn't seal on the rim (which has a small ding). After a few attempts I took out the finish line and put in stans, which sealed up no probs. after I purchased this I got an email saying it might not last the life of tyre dependent on how porous the tyre is. Next time I'll stick w good old stans.

So Far So Good, be carfeul when you open the box however!

by -

As a Sealent its been fine so far. I had three bikes due for changesna dn have done the fronts only in the commute the FR and the 4X/DJ. so far its as per normal.
On a side note Maybe get the supplier to put some tape over the lid. Mine was partially unscrewed and had leaked probably 200ml into the box. A little annoying and messy. might need the lids taped during transit :(

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

Top quality product

by

I am very confused by all these negative reviews. This is by far the best sealant I have used. I ride and race enduro using maxxis double down tyres(if that helps to know). I also have some in my vittoria tyres on my XC bike. I have not had a single problem with sealing or minor punctures. It also doesn’t dry up to nothing like I found stans did too frequently.
I won’t be using anything else.

Finish Line <<< Stans

by

Terrible stuff - takes ages to seal the bead when fitting a tyre, constant pressure loss, doesn't seal small punctures and costs more. Stick with Stans

Can't seal small puncture

by -

Had really high hopes for this sealant to be a no fuss and easy option, without having to routinely check and top up sealant levels.

Whilst it does that ok, it can't for the life of it seal punctures. Had a small puncture today of not even a couple millimeters which should've sealed just by riding (like other sealants).

Unfortunately I had to resort to plugging the puncture with a strip and even then, it still couldn't hold the seal.

Disappointing, will be going back to other sealants. Might be more hassle but at least they work.

It works like a sealant

by -

First off, the sealant has only been in three of the fleet for a couple of weeks. It was as straightforward as any sealant to put in even though it is not the same smooth latex liquid you may be familiar with. I injected it into all tyres through the valve stem. Easy enough. One bike still uses tubes and that was okay too.
Only test so far has been an infestation of catheads/caltrop/three cornered jacks. The tyres were clearly punctured (in one case, three times) but very little sealant came out the holes...just a tiny blob and the holes sealed with almost no air loss. So as a sealant, it works very well. Other sealants often jet a little out these holes before any sealing takes place. So that's a win.

However, the longevity test has much longer to run...

Stay w stans

by -

I've used this twice. 1 tyre sealed up ok but loses pressure fast. It is a porous tyre so might not be sealants fault. The other tyre wouldn't seal on the rim (which has a small ding). After a few attempts I took out the finish line and put in stans, which sealed up no probs. after I purchased this I got an email saying it might not last the life of tyre dependent on how porous the tyre is. Next time I'll stick w good old stans.

So Far So Good, be carfeul when you open the box however!

by -

As a Sealent its been fine so far. I had three bikes due for changesna dn have done the fronts only in the commute the FR and the 4X/DJ. so far its as per normal.
On a side note Maybe get the supplier to put some tape over the lid. Mine was partially unscrewed and had leaked probably 200ml into the box. A little annoying and messy. might need the lids taped during transit :(

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Finish Line Tyre Sealant - 1L036121711198

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