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I would like to know how the dynna bids work best with air or nitrogen
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I'm sure someone will be along shortly to answer your question.I use mine with air, never tried it with nitrogen.


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Welcome aboard. I've been reading up on Dyna beads and it seems they work just as well in nitrogen or air.

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Certainly work fine with air in my 1500

Long and distant past. CB175, CB400/4, GL1000, 2 GL1100\'s & GL1200 Aspencade.

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Certainly work fine with air in my 1500
Same here for me on the rear tire.

We own a 2007 Goldwing with 65,000 KM ( 39,000 Mi. ) on it.

The best part about owning a wing is you know what your next bike is going to be. ( We know, we just bought our 3rd Goldwing )
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I have DynaBeads both front and rear, with regular air (That's 78% nitrogen anyway isn't it)
Works great. I am not paying to fill my tires.

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works fine in two of my tires, but only 78% nitrogen mixed with that lowly stuff called oxygen

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The think to watch with dyna beads is the goo used to mount tires, and air lines with excessive amounts of water in them.
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The beads work, as broncobob says a possible issue is with tire goo and sealer. They slow the beads down. I think they still work anyways, they work fine for me with slime in the tires.

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Never heard of Dyna beads, but I am assuming they work on the same principle as the Counter-Act I sell for balancing semi tires.

There will be exactly 0.00% difference in their performance with air or nitrogen. Moisture should also not make a difference, as it is a bead and not a powder. The old Equal balancing powder had problems clumping in the cold northern climate if it got wet.

I wouldn't suggest running it with slime or any kind of sealant though... not that I suggest those anyways.
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