MrWolf’s MousseBalls are the link between versatility of an inner tube and anti-puncture features and performance of a traditional mousse. Thanks to the innovative and patented sector structure it will be possible to completely customize the wheel hardness according to the terrain condition and the rider preferences, without renounce the reliability and feeling of a mousse. MrWolf’s MousseBalls are perfectly suitable for any type of tire, offering, a wide range of customization and an extremely easier assembly compared to a traditional mousse.
MrWolf’s MousseBalls are created to meet the needs of amateurs and PRO riders. The amateurs will find a mousse with a much longer duration, able to be regenerated over time using the two extra “balls” contained in the package. The Rider will be able to have a ready-to-use mousse from the very first minute with an optimal performance in any type of terrain or condition. MousseBalls is also a technology synonymous with absolute reliability: thanks to the patented sector structure and the higher surface / volume ratio, operating temperatures can drop up to 33%. Furthermore, the complete absence of vibrations reduces overheating due to hysteresis, increasing the feeling and versatility of use. The MousseBalls have been tested in all conditions of use: from Cross to Enduro, from Rally to Maxi-Enduro.
Successfully tested in the most extreme OffRoad events
The package includes:
- A complete set of MousseBalls of the chosen size
- Assembly instructions
- A silicone lubricant kit
- A rim sticker kit + a MrWolf sticker
MB-1000 (Front) fits:
90/90-21 (“Fatty” front tires may require additional balls)
MB-2000 (Rear) fits:
Please note: 130/140/150 tires also require the 3 additional balls.
Increase the life of your balls by adding Additional Mousse Balls!
** Due to variations between tire manufacturers and models, sizing recommendations can vary. An example would be a trials tire in a 120/90 that may have different internal volume than the same size motocross tire. Another example would be a 110/100 Michelin which tends to be a little smaller than a 110/100 Dunlop. If the tire seems to run smaller or larger for that size, many times adding or subtracting a ball will accommodate this, but the smaller MB-2001 may be a better fit than the larger MB-2000, especially if you are looking for a little softer “feel”. Please also note that rim width also affects internal volume and going down a size if the rim is narrower will allow for easier installation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out!