Guaranteed specified weight, the S3 Lite Tubular Road Tyre is Tufo's best selling road racing tyre. The tyre has very unique properties in this weight category, with high inflation pressure and minimal rolling resistance.
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These tires are very round for tubulars -< 0.3 mm run out. Very lite and true to advertised weight. Though they do stretch out to 23mm wide with just 115 PSI of pressure which from todays popular bias is maybe good.
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I've used both Continental Competition & Vittoria tubulars in the past. While the Tufo doesn't have the smooth, silky ride of the Vittoria (due to the latex inner), it provides a ride that is comparable to Continental. Where I've seen the difference is in resistance to flats. For whatever reason, over the last 3 years, I've had about 5-6 flats with the previous tubulars I've used. My Vittoria only lasted me about 300 miles before going flat & once they flat, I won't race on them. The TUFO has not given me any issues at all. It holds it's pressure well (due to the rubber inner) and I couldn't be happier with how it is showing little wear. I have about 400 miles on the rear tire at this point and it still looks like it has many months, possibly years, to go. I purchased another TUFO to replace the Continental Sprint I have on the front right now. I installed this with the TUFO tubular tape, which made installation a snap. I know I'm adding a little weight, but I'm not as concerned with rolling weight.
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