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TireGard Motorcycle TPMS

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MSRP $179.95



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  • Model: 13-315U
  • Shipping Weight: 0.52lbs
  • Manufactured by: TireGard TPMS


Product Details:
  • Do It Yourself (D.I.Y.) installation is quick and easy without any technical knowledge or special equipment.
  • Installs in 2 minutes!
  • Wireless technology allows the Sensor and Monitor to connect automatically.
  • Real-time highly accurate sensor and monitor with powerful Graphical User Interface.
  • Fully adjustable pressure and temperature warning range with vibration and/or audible tone which immediately alerts operator through the LCD Monitor of abnormal tire pressure or temperature.
  • Anti-Theft Ring to prevent removal of sensor.
  • Both Sensor and Monitor are battery powered with a low battery indicator on the LCD monitor which will instantly alert rider of battery power status.
  • These new enhanced TPMS now include a soft silicon monitor skin for added protection.

Product Description:

Big Bike Parts® has updated the popular TireGard™ Motorcycle Tire Pressure Monitoring System with an all new easier to read universal display. With the broad market acceptance of TireGard™ the decision was simple to make the 2-Wheel Monitor easier to read with larger read out numbers and a simplified presentation. All the same information is still displayed on the 1 1/4 inch key fob display, but is now more easily interpreted, making this top seller even better. Lightweight 1/3 oz sensors do not require wheel rebalancing and includes G-Force sensing to reduce battery life. Batteries included, 2 minute installation.

Checking your motorcycle's tire pressure frequently is the single most important step in tire maintenance for your bike. Underinflated tires can result in imprecise cornering, higher running temperatures, irregular tread wear at the edge of the contact patch, fatigue cracking, overstressing and tire failure. Overinflating tires does not increase load carrying capacity, but will result in a hard ride and accelerated tire wear in the center of the contact patch.1

The TireGard™ Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System (WTPMS) is a powerful and effective tool for maximizing safety, increasing fuel economy, improving vehicle handling, and reducing operating cost. Through its wireless technology, tire pressure and temperature information is displayed instantly on the easy to read LCD Receiver/Monitor in real time.

The TireGard™ system is the proven leader in motorcycle tire pressure monitoring. Buy one today to give yourself the peace of mind you deserve.

The team at BikerHiway hopes to spread awareness to help keep you riding for years to come. A little knowledge goes a very long way toward protecting yourself and your bike. Take the time to educate yourself, and put forth the effort to learn the ins and outs of tire safety. Remember: we rely on our tires more than any other component of our bike to keep us separated from the roads we're riding on.

With that in mind, here are some tire safety tips:

• Check your tire pressure often and adjust as necessary, using an accurate tire gauge. Motorcycle tire manufacturers recommend checking pressure at least once a week. However, many motorcycle safety experts recommend checking tire pressure and tread wear every time you take your bike out.2
• Know your motorcycle's weight and load, and follow the PSI recommendations specific to your motorcycle. Failure to do so can result in adverse motorcycle handling (wobble and weave) or tire failure, or both.2
• Learn about the anatomy of motorcycle tires3 and how they react with the road, and learn to recognize your own bike's tell-tale warning signs. When you hear your pegs screaming at you because they are dragging they're telling you that any more lean-angle and you'll be testing the abrasion resistance of your riding gear.3
• And finally, know how to react in the event of a blow-out or other sudden loss of air pressure:4

  • Ease off the throttle and slow down gradually.
  • Do not use the brakes! Braking, especially hard, will only make keeping control of your motorcycle even more difficult.
  • Firmly hold on to the handlebars while keeping your arms bent. Do not "fight" the steering to correct the wobble or weave that will likely develop. Focus instead on maintaining control by keeping your motorcycle directed in as straight a line as possible until it comes to a stop.
  • Remain seated until your motorcycle has come to a full stop.
  • Once stopped, push your motorcycle as far away from the travel lanes as possible.

1 Source: http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/infocenter_tiretips.asp?id=8#tip
2 Source: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/pedbimot/motorcycle/PSIMotorcycle/pages/McycleTireSafTips.htm
3 Source: http://www.bikerenews.com/Stories/Motorcycle_tires.htm
4 Source: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/pedbimot/motorcycle/PSIMotorcycle/pages/howToHandleBlowout.htm

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