Tire Pressure Monitoring/Alert system Cyclops Adventure Sports

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Off Road Ryder, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. Kainic

    Kainic Almost there

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    Just ordered
  2. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    Thank You Sir!
  3. Old93

    Old93 Adventurer

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    I have your lights on my 800xca and love them. I stumbled across this and I think I am going to order this. It looks and sounds great.
  4. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    Well Thank You Sir, I run the TPMS on my DL1000 and my 701. It really is nice to see what your tires are doing while you ride. It gives you a margin of safety that you may not have otherwise. Thanks drv. :ricky
  5. markinthailand

    markinthailand Long timer

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    I’m not at the bike right now, but what is the size of the small wrench to tighten up the cap? Any source online for them (or similar)? It’s small enough I’d like to put one on my keychain.
  6. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    The wrench for the lock nut on the sender is a 12mm. we have extra wrenches here at the shop. Thank You drv.
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  7. jvloyola

    jvloyola Adventurer

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    My front sensor got rusted and now read 50 lbs. do you also have spare sensors?

    Vinny


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  8. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    Hey Vinny we do have an extra sensor. send me an email to greg@cyclopsadventuresports.com and we'll make it happen. Thanks drv.
  9. jvloyola

    jvloyola Adventurer

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    Just another reason to buy from Greg... great support he provided a replacement sensor free of charge... and made it happen FAST.

    Many Thanks to Greg (DRV) for such great support of an awesome product

    Vinny


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  10. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    Thank You Vinny for the kind words. If you have issues learning the new sensor to your system, do not hesitate to call or contact me. Thanks Greg aka drv. :ricky
  11. BigToad

    BigToad The Bone Destroyer

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    Is there a trick to keeping the notched washer on the bottom of sensor in place while you screw it on valve stem? Every time I go to screw it on it falls off ...... this is very frustrating when you air down and up a lot
  12. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    I generally spin my wheel to somewhere between 10 and 2 while reinstalling the valve cap. drv.
  13. AliveDK

    AliveDK Long timer

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    +1, but yes that’s annoying..
  14. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    I'm not in disagreement, but it works, drv.
  15. BigToad

    BigToad The Bone Destroyer

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    That’s simple.....but a pain when airing up and down a lot, plus on my ktm I have to remove the lock nut to add air as there isn’t enough room on the valve to get air chuck on
  16. dpike

    dpike BeeKeeper Supporter

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    Can't you just put a little shoe goo or silicone on it to hold it to body of the unit. Not enough to bond it, just enough to hold.
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  17. DRV

    DRV Been here awhile

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    That's a great idea!
  18. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer Super Supporter

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    It's been awhile since we posted about this product, still going strong on all our test mules. We have seen very few issues. Like I have always said you do not have to buy ours (although I hope you do :-)) but consider one from any vendor. I really do feel, in fact I know, that it can save your bacon, as it has done mine many times.
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  19. mackdaddy

    mackdaddy Finding my way Supporter

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    Howdy, interested in a unit. I would like to see a better picture of the back of the unit and the way it mounts.
  20. ScooterNoMore

    ScooterNoMore Been here awhile

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    I’m looking forward to installing mine.....it’s peace of mind for me.


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