The KTM Adventure series bikes come from the factory with TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) which is a great safety feature, but were does that leave the motorcycles that do not have such features? Now any bike can be updated to TPMS with a Cyclops Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Get real time info on tire pressures and tire air temperature, a significant safety advantage. Know what your tire pressures are the second you get on your motorcycle. Easy to install and operate, this system uses replacement valve caps to actually show your tire's current air pressure and temperature on the multi-color display. Set an audible alarm for low and high pressure warnings. Red warning light for perimeter deviations.
Warranty fulfilled by Cyclops Adventure Sports.
Posted by Patrick Duffy on 8th May 2018
Found my unit was reading consistently low. Cyclops sent a replacement promptly and this also reads 3PSI below actual - checked with 2 dial and now a digital pressure gauge. It is constant so not returning. Just have to keep that in my head and adjust the warning levels accordingly. Talked with Cyclops and they say mine is the first report.
Posted by Dax on 20th Feb 2018
Very easy installation. It is also easier to adjust at what level the warning comes on vs some of the OEM TPMS units (i.e. 1290SAR). Last year I was on a weekend trip and had 4 flats in 2 days! After the first 2 flats I kept looking down at my tires to see if they were OK. Now I don't have to.
Posted by Craig Scott on 13th Jan 2018
Installed two of these systems today,they arrived yesterdaya great looking product, instructions are pretty strait forward. The systems install took about 90 minutes on my 2014 Kawsaki KLR. The second system was intalled on my 2013 Victory Cross Country. This took around 60 minutes ,soldered the electrical connects on both bikes and putting heat shrink over the connector. Both systems were set up to operate, from the factory as described. I topped off the tyres on both bikes to establish the base line tyre pressure . The A cap on the Victory doesn't seam quite right. The retainer ring was in the box when I removed it from the package, I inserted it into the sensor, it seamed ok but when I removed it from the valve stem it unthreads itself.
It 6 Fahrenheit today with snow so I'm not able to do a road test. It was easy get the sensors activated by rolling it around in my hand then attaching it to the valve stem it gave the readings. I will set my minimal and maximum on each of the bikes tomorrow. Thankfully my garage is completely heated and insulated. Tee shirt weather inside.