Hmmm. I was out on Thursday and at the bottom of the last descent found my rear tyre half deflated and sealant spraying out from a decent sized hole, looked like Dale Winton had been hanging out the back of me. Hole wouldn't seal at the trailside but did on the half mile to the pub. Pumped it up to 40psi the next day and after a bit of bubbling it sealed and has done since, not ridden yet. So do I need to repair the tyre or just wing it?
And whilst I'm rambling another thing - watched a few Youtube set up guides on tubeless and some show pulling the tape tight so it seals on the inner shoulders of the rim with a void over the spoke holes and others show the tape pushed down into the rim bed on top of the spoke holes. I didn't have any luck with the latter as the tape just bunched and didn't form a seal, the former sealed first time but after about a month I got the bike out of the garage to find the tyre deflated and removing it showed the tape had detached from the rim over about 6". So am I doing it right, the thought of that sort of instant deflation at speed isn't pleasant, relying on about 1mm wide adhesion on each side seems a bit dodgy now that this has happened.