Tire Pressure Monitoring/Alert system Cyclops Adventure Sports

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  1. Off Road Ryder

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    After more than a year in development, We are really excited to bring you something new.

    What is the single most important item on your bike? If you think about it, Probably the most overlooked and potential self inflicted hazard for us riders.
    Tire pressure,lack of checking pressure before jumping on the bike and leaks from impalements while we ride.

    Our New Motorcycle Tire pressure management system is ready for shipment. use this promo code to save $30.00 for a very limited time. Use code TPMS

    Now update your bike with a Cyclops Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Get real time info on tire pressures and tire air temperature. A huge safety advantage, know what your tire pressures are when you jump on your bike. Easy to install and operate, this system uses replacement valve caps to actually show your tires current air pressure and air temperature on the multi-color display in real time. Set an adjustable audible alarm for low and high pressure warnings. mounts to dash or handle bars, both mounts included.

    http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/Motorcycle-Tire-Pressure-Monitoring-System_p_171.html

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  2. BrittC

    BrittC Been here awhile

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    I may have to give this a try. My bike came with dead TPMS batteries inside the wheels which means breaking the tires from the rims to change them....
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  3. Off Road Ryder

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    Thanks. We really feel this will be a great safety feature. Most bikes do not have a TPMS.
    I know I don't think about my tires to much until I'm rallying down some road with my wife on the back of the 990, then ... yikes I forgot to check my tires... Ive also lost a front tire at speed twice in my life, both times ending in a totaled bike with injuries. One was a pothole and low air pressure, the other was a high speed banked corner with low air pressure, these factors were what pushed us into this product, we know it will be of benefit for anyone who rides a bike without a factory TPMS.
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  4. BrittC

    BrittC Been here awhile

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    Do the sensors have replaceable batteries or do the valve caps get replaced when dead?
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  5. HAYVIATOR

    HAYVIATOR Don't be me dude.

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    Ordered.
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  6. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    The batteries are replaceable in the valve caps.
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  7. Rootkiller

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    Looks great, suitable for tubed tires?
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  8. Off Road Ryder

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    Yes they use watch style batteries.
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  9. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank you!
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  10. Off Road Ryder

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    Absolutely. tube or tubeless.. Photos of the sensors and mounted on the bike coming..
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    What is the approximate weight of the sending unit (cap)? In other words is it enough to upset the balance of a currently balanced wheel?
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  12. DRV

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    It shouldn't throw the balance off, just put one sender on the kitchen scale weighs 1/4 ounce or 10 grams. Thanks drv.
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    MtnRider2 Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the info. I've got your LED's for Hi/Low and they rock...I'm sure these are also fantastic. Order will be placed in the near future
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  14. flei

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    Ordered. I've been waiting for something like this to come along. Most reviews I have read of other valve cap systems (some at 3x this price) report them as unreliable. Given your reputation and the discount price, willing to give these a try. The closest I've ever come to wrecking was a front flat; maybe with this system that risk will be reduced.
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  15. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    Awesome! Thank You Very Much. drv.
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    Ditto on what Flei said above (except for the wrecking part: most of mine were from speed, youth and stupidity!). Ordered and looking forward to this. You guys are great!
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  17. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank you Sir!
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    Thank you we took quite a while to test, modify and determine we wanted to move forward with this product. One major change we made during the Beta testing was to move to 12v power rather than batteries for the display power.
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    mounting photos.. there is also a handle bar mount which we are not showing in these photos

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  20. GB

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    Awesome product :thumb Can these be used with rubber valve stems or is it best to replace the rubber stems with metal ones?
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