Ok so i got quite a bit of riding with the mt43/tubliss setup. About 10psi front&rear all the time. Almost no pressure lost in the tire, very slow leak in the high pressure chamber (i have 100 psi indicator caps on these, works perfectly fine). Great on the rocks and dry loose stuff, very good traction and "plushness". No mud yet but very good so far, and these are my most frequent riding conditions. Pavement... well at start i had a really big front shimmy between 30kph and 70kph. Peak at 50kph and it completely disappeared with speed. As i had lost some fork oil due to a leaking seal very recently, i pulled the fork out to adjust oil level and took time to be carefull with wheel/fork/axle alignement. Checked the wheel bearings. Also raised the front as much as possible as the mt43 rear tire is so high. Used the clevis adjustment on the rear shock to lower the rear a bit too. Shimmy is still here at the same speed, but much less noticeable than before (with hands on the handlebar). Remove hands and you still see it clearly, once again with less amplitude than before my little maintenance. It's "okay" on straight line but still feels a bit weird in low speed cornering on pavment... I've had (not for long) both an untrued front wheel and an unbalanced front wheel in the past and it didn't feel like that. The shaking would increase with speed in these cases and would be really frightening and kill your arms, here it disappears above 70 kph. The tire doesn't look damaged or asymetrical at all, looking at the wheel from any angle while spinning it everything looks normal. The wheel was balanced before putting sealant in it, i don't think i fucked up the balance but who knows? Maybe i put too much sealant in it (to the point that only relatively high speed spreads it completely in the tire?) I was thinking about trying to eject as much sealant as possible (maybe i can be lazy and avoid removing/refitting tire by simply deflating the tubliss and put some pressure in the tire) and see how it rides, if not ok clean it all, rebalance and see how it rides without sealant. Any other idea?