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Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS) for your motorcycle!
TIRE WATCH can be fitted to most bikes with cast rims and tubeless tyres., also SOME wire spoked tubeless rims - contact us if you are unsure!
One model fits 99% of motorcycles and scooters!
Original Equipment on BMW, Honda, Kawasaki and Triumph (some models).
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Tire Watch motorcycle tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system.
Tire Watch is a tyre monitoring system that uses high tech tyre sensors to transmit Pressure and Temperature information to the display unit.
Display information includes tyre pressure and temperature, alert warnings for low pressure and high temperature, as well as ambient temperature and a clock.
The alert feature also allows independent front and rear tyre settings.
Tire Watch will benefit fuel economy, tyre wear and grip as well as increasing safety.
For ease of use the valve sensors also have angled valves installed.
Tire Watch fits all motorcycles, requires no wires and will be the best accessory you ever buy for yourself, your pillion and your motorcycle.
Even if the tire pressure is slightly incorrect (20%), the under-inflation can reduce tire service life by as one third. Also, the security (handling, braking) and comfort (vibration, noise) are significantly affected and can increase the risk of accident.
Riding under-inflated tires cause an increase of the tyre rolling resistance. The direct consequence is higher fuel consumption and increased wear.
Know when your tyres are up to optimal temperature.
Know when your warmers have failed! (1st hand experience of that!)
Be able to adjust for optimal grip regardless of ambient or track temperature. Summer/winter pressures are not the same!
TIRE WATCH helps you to improve your :
- SAFETY : puncture or slow leakage detection in real time for each tire - visual alarm when a problem is detected
- PERFORMANCE : the motorcycle recovers an optimal road-holding and a better handling and braking
- MOBILITY : reliable information of temperature and pressure in real time
- BUDGET : the life of your tire is extended on average of 20% and you can save 8% of fuel (when tires have been inflated according to manufacturer recommendations)
The kit can be fitted by yourself or by a professional. Tyres need to be removed for fitting sensors.
- LOW Pressure Warning
- HIGH Temperature Warning
- Adjustable Pressure Warning thresholds
- Identifies Front or Rear Warning
- Real Time Pressure Readout
- Real Time Temperature Readout
- Ambient Temperature Display
- Metric or Imperial Readout
- Pressure Accuracy 0.290075475 PSI
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I have had this on my road bike, then swapped to my track bike. On road i was amazed to find a 10 degree tyre temp drop from one of my local hill runs from samford to glorious village, so tyres were barely above ambient. Hitting a reasonable pace up the hill didn't help. You'd be amazed at how much speed you need to get heat into the tyres, slowish twistys really don't generate much heat. However on a longer stretch of faster road i managed to hit 49 degrees in the rear..... I then swapped the system to my track bike. Reaching fast yellow group pace the front tyre air temp reached 50 and rear reached 59. I measured external temperature of the rear with an infra red thermometer to compare. Left side was at 55 degrees and the right hand side was 65 degrees (lakeside has 3 right hand corners that do stress the tyres). So, in short summary, the air temperature was a very good guide as to tyre surface temperature, sitting roughly in the middle of the surface temperatures. In broad terms, for a track tyre/slick, around 60 to 65 is about right, higher than that and the surface starts melting, (Tyre pressure too low) sacrificing grip, lower than that, the tyre is not working hard enough therefore not getting hot enough (pressure too high). On a cold day at the track, it will take longer for tyres to warm up and on this day in particular there were many offs, most likely due to cold tyres.... Combined with looking for correct cold to hot pressure gain (if not using warmers) the tyre watch can save you money on tyres, (and repairs) by letting you know when it is safe to start pushing.