Tire Pressure Monitoring/Alert system Cyclops Adventure Sports

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  1. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Yes sir, all Cyclops products are available for a discount through using the code ADV in checkout. It's not a huge amount, but we know every bit counts.
    Thank you
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  2. Off Road Ryder

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    Although this thread has been a challenge . For the most part Riders are really liking the TPMS. It has proved itself time and time again. We will be racing the Baja Rally with a unit on our 950SE, the same unit that has been on that bike through rain, mud,snow and several other real races.

    So thankful for customers who value what we do.
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  4. BrittC

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    This customer continues to be very happy with my purchase. I'm very glad that I don't need to charge the unit. It replaced a TMPS system from another vendor after the (inside the wheel) sensor batteries died and I learned I can no longer obtain their sensors (which are sealed and not designed to be serviceable). The fact that these external sensors take simple batteries is a big plus for me.

    Mine are mounted on metal valve stems and I've had zero issues - only reliable pressure readings.
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    Thank you Sir
  6. amartin4410

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    Loving my unit so far. Very easy to use and simple to change tire pressure hi and low settings. Has alerted me to two pending flats in the last 6 months.
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    Thank you Sir.
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    We are so thankful that so many have seen through the smoke show. We just sent out the 1000th TPMS We now have nearly two years of use on our original prototype, running rubber valve stems.(we do recomend metal to cover our butts) But I do run rubber on at least one bike and my auto.
    In the 1000 units now sent, we have seen 3 failures. The facts are there. Simply the best product at a fair price.
  9. flei

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    Installed mine in May (rubber stems) and been loving it ever since. Very accurate. No issues with it. Very useful and important safety item. IMO, this product is well worth the $$. Thanks.
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    I have two bikes parked within two feet of each other. Would this cause any issues if I had two of these systems mounted to both bikes?
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    mackdaddy Finding my way

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    Seems like a very cool product
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    DRV Been here awhile

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    R60man, No not at all I have two bikes parked next to one another both with the TMPS and never an issue. Thanks drv.
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    Ok, but these devices need to communicate somehow. I can see if you have two different makers they may use different frequencies so no issues, but with the same device? That is why I asked.
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    DRV Been here awhile

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    R60man, good question, The valve caps are linked to their monitor, as an example if a valve cap has an issue and needs replacing the valve cap and monitor need to "learn" each others signal to be linked together. When the bikes are idle they are not sending signals, centrifugal force is required to activate the system. Thanks drv.
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    Ok, great, thanks for clearing that up.
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