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Checking the tire pressure regularly is crucial to your riding safety. Underinflated tires run hot resulting in the reduced lifespan of your rubber. Besides, in this case, it may be harder to handle your bike. Fuel mileage is also reduced. In extreme cases, you may end up with a blown tire, damaged rim and other problems. In other words, low tire pressure is an accident waiting to happen.

If the pressure is higher than normal, your tires become too stiff reducing the contact patch on the road. It reduces traction and makes your motorcycle unstable on gravel or bumpy road. And there is the probability of a puncture. You would want to have a monitor that can show you the accelerated tire pressure drop so that you could stop safely and fix the problem. In this case, the TPMS Kit by Torxe, which can be mounted on your handlebar, would come in handy.

TORXE™ TPMS-02 - 2-Tire TPMS Kit – MOTORCYCLEiD.com


Specifications:
Frequency: 433.92MHz
Monitor display output voltage: DC5V
Monitor working temperature: -4ºF - 176ºF (-20ºC - 80ºC)
Monitor storage temperature: -22ºF - 185ºF (-30ºC - -85ºC)
Monitor dimensions: 2.28”L x 1.89”W x 0.90”H (58mmL x 48mmW x 23mmH)
Monitor weight: 1.83 oz. (52g)
Sensor transmission power: <10dBm
Sensor working temperature: -40ºF - 176ºF (-40ºC - 80ºC)
Sensor storage temperature: -40ºF - 185ºF (-40ºC - 85ºC)
Sensor pressure range: 0-87 psi (0-6 bar)
Sensor pressure accuracy: ± 1.5 psi (± 0.1 bar)
Sensor temperature accuracy: ± 6.3ºF (± 3ºC)
Sensor battery life: more than 2 years
Sensor dimensions: 0.82”D x 0.688”H (21mmD x 17.5mmH)
Sensor weight: 0.31 oz. (9g)
Features:
Monitor displays pressure or temperature for both tires simultaneously
Easily toggles between pressure and temperature displays
Pressure unit selectable (psi or bar)
Temperature unit selectable (Fahrenheit or Celsius)
Warnings for high pressure, low pressure, high temperature, fast leakage, and sensor low battery
Alerts warning with flashing display and audible alarm
Programmable with selectable parameters
The monitor contains a rechargeable battery
Monitor battery recharges via included USB charging cable
Monitor backlight illuminates automatically when ambient light is insufficient
Monitor battery saving mode – shuts down after 15 minutes when the bike is not in motion
2 valve stem mount sensors
Sensors contain CR1632 replaceable lithium batteries
Includes tool to disassemble sensors for battery replacement
Warranty: 1 year

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You give the temperature range in Centigrade and Fahrenheit.

However 40 Fahrenheit is not the same as 40 Centigrade.-----:notme


This proves that some folk do read your advertising.---:rollin
 

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You give the temperature range in Centigrade and Fahrenheit.
However 40 Fahrenheit is not the same as 40 Centigrade.-----:notme
This proves that some folk do read your advertising.---:rollin
It's negative 40.
-40F is actually the same as -40C
 

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normal people use a tire pressure gauge .. along with their eyes and handling of the bike .. another superfluous solution to a problem that was sorted over 100 years ago..
Some guys simply want to have an additional safety feature. You can never be too safe.
 
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