Anyone try something like this. I know you have to have steel valve stems. And there are sensors that go inside the tire as well. Motorcycle Tire Pressure Monitoring System W/ 2 External Sensor Waterproof G3E5 | eBay
And the fact that FOBO TPMS reports to your cell phone alerts you when you are away from your bike but still in Bluetooth range. This saved me from missing a dinner train on an overnight trip.I'm a pretty big fan of the FOBO TPMS (available on Amazon). FOBO sensors are more expensive than the ones in the link above, but the results show up on your smartphone via a Bluetooth connection. I've used FOBO on several different motorcycles over the years and have been very happy with the system.
I've used a system similar to the one in the link on my N1K(mines from amazon) , its worked flawlessly for a couple of years now,,. Totally wireless,. Not even an on/off switch, wakes up on any minor vibration, sleeps the rest of the time,,. Just plug it in every month or two, don't even have to remove it to charge, just plug it into your USB outlet,,.Anyone try something like this. I know you have to have steel valve stems. And there are sensors that go inside the tire as well. Motorcycle Tire Pressure Monitoring System W/ 2 External Sensor Waterproof G3E5 | eBay
Get T-valve stems so you can leave the sensors on when airing up. Here are the ones I use:I have a similar CARUD valve stem system. It works pretty well. Even though an internal tire system is more expensive, I kind of wish I'd gone that way. I can't add air without removing the sensor cap, then lose about a half pound of air each time I put the sensor cap back on. The instructions say you don't need to rebalance, but you do.The cap adds .289 ounces to one side of the tire.
Thanks, will add a .3 ounce weight on the wheel, opposite the valve stem.