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This all new design incorporates a large 1?” x 1 ?” LCD display screen mounted in a slim 2-7/16” x 2 ?” x ¾” handlebar mounted monitor. It easily mounts to round handlebars or can be face mounted to the brake cylinder face clamp. The handlebar clamp assembly will allow fitment on ?”, 1”, or 1?” handlebars. The monitor quickly slides into or out of the mount to allow quick removal and remounting.
The lightweight, ? ounce sensors feature the latest technology in external sensors on the market and are water resistant. Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) are a proven way to increase fuel efficiency and extend tire life. No tire rebalancing is needed and each sensor comes with a patented anti-theft ring to not only prevent theft, but loss from improper installation. The sensors have a unique 20 minute battery saver mode as well as G-Force sensing to wake them up. The monitor comes with its own one hour battery saver mode to insure long life on all components. Includes instruction manual, all batteries, and a silicone protective skin for the monitor.
Was contacted quickly by the company regarding the warranty on the unit. They were helpful and efficient and posted a new bracket out to me by courier post straight away with no payment required. Very impressed with their help and after sales service, David
Bought the unit about 6 months ago and on the last ride noticed the display unit was at a funny angle and when I touched it the unit broke off. The plastic bracket had snapped through. Sent a e-mail off to the manufacturer 4 days ago and still wait for a response so have just sent another one to try and get a replacement bracket as they advertise 12 months warranty.
Will see if they stand behind their product.
Of all the accessories I purchased for my Wing, this is the one that I think is the wisest investment but has me left â€˜undecidedâ€™ after installing it a week ago and riding 2,200Kms already.
I bought one because my mate has a TPMS fitted as standard to his Kawasaki GTR1400 and it alerted him to falling tyre pressure because of a puncture. At the time we were riding through the countryside at circa 120Kmph so it was a good thing to be warned early.
I fitted the Tiregard to my Wing and am still getting used to it. It doesnâ€™t work like the factory fitted GTR unit as the readouts are fairly inconsistent. The safest reading is the one taken first thing in the morning, when the tyres are cold, and provided, the bike is not sitting in the sunlight.
At the moment, Iâ€™m setting the high pressure warnings very high at 55+ because sunlight and riding causes it to alarm when there is nothing wrong. Iâ€™m basically using it now to alarm me if the tyre pressure drops.
So, the jury is out at the moment but I reckon, for a few hundred dollars, if it warns me of a puncture itâ€™s probably saving me in more than one way.
If anything changes Iâ€™ll post and update.
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