Good deal Tim
I attempted tubeless and for me it didnt work. With my aggressive riding style and my fat butt my tires rolled on the rims and cause the front to push and wallow.
Factor in the tires I used were not Tubeless ready so they had thin side walls which just compounded the situation. Those tires are designed for tubes and the tubes added thickness to the sidewalls.
I tried Hutchinsons, Schwalbe, and kenda tires with no luck.
I was going to use tubeless ready but, those tires are over 100 grams heavier and then if I threw in the Stans (that is what the wtb TCS system is) that would add more weight. I going to guess the tubes is close to the weight of the amount of stans I would add in.
They say added traction, but i dont have issues with traction…so no benefit for me.
Please Post up what you think after you burn a few laps with the new set up. I would be curious to see how you feel about it…Oh and from what I have read about the wtb set up on MTBR, they offer great instructions on how to utilize the system.