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    tpms sensors
    on: Feb 18, 2022, 01.30 pm
    Feb 18, 2022, 01.30 pm
    Hello everyone

    I was wondering if someone has experimented with alternative tpms sensors.
    On a bmw forum there were people who had verry good results with AUTEL tpms sensors on there bmw bike.
    Nowing that a autel sensor only costs plus minus 30.
    Only thing to buy was a AUTEL programmer to read in the old original sensor and convert it to the AUTEL sensor.
    All together price was still less than 1 original sensor.

    Greetings

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    Re: tpms sensors
    Reply #1 on: Feb 18, 2022, 04.29 pm
    Feb 18, 2022, 04.29 pm
    I've tried numerous alternative sensors over the years and didn't find one that was compatible with the LDL system used by Triumph.
    ...we are reviewing telemetric information in our mission simulator and will advise...

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    Re: tpms sensors
    Reply #2 on: Dec 11, 2022, 10.42 pm
    Dec 11, 2022, 10.42 pm
    After an almost 8 month issue 18 months ago with the radio head / ecu I have had non-functional TPMS. OEM units are ridiculously expensive and I am curious on a couple questions:
    1. If I buy replacements do they need to be programmed to the bike at a dealer?
    2. Any ideas on buying replacements not OEM and getting programmed?
    3. Does anyone know the manufacturer of OEM TPMS units and whether they are available outside of dealer network?

    Im struggling with paying hundreds of dollars to have tire pressure displayed again. May cover the stupid red light with electrical tape

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    Re: tpms sensors
    Reply #3 on: Dec 12, 2022, 12.36 am
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    A spare set, put new batteries in them before you're having new tires installed so they can be changed out at that time.  Depending on how many miles a year you ride could be 2-3 tire changes or even more before you need to change the sensors.
    Be SURE to record the serial numbers on the replacement sensors and what location they are installed in.  Get the free Tigertool on this forum and a good quality OBD cable so you can program the new sensors in at each wheel and life will be good.
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    Re: tpms sensors
    Reply #4 on: Dec 12, 2022, 10.10 am
    Dec 12, 2022, 10.10 am
    *Originally Posted by TX Triumphs [+]
    After an almost 8 month issue 18 months ago with the radio head / ecu I have had non-functional TPMS. OEM units are ridiculously expensive and I am curious on a couple questions:
    1. If I buy replacements do they need to be programmed to the bike at a dealer?
    2. Any ideas on buying replacements not OEM and getting programmed?
    3. Does anyone know the manufacturer of OEM TPMS units and whether they are available outside of dealer network?

    Im struggling with paying hundreds of dollars to have tire pressure displayed again. May cover the stupid red light with electrical tape

    Re. Q1:- See trophied's reply above.


    Re. Q2, you might want to take a look at the following thread, especially page 3...
    https://www.triumph-trophy.com/index.php/topic,12478.0.html

    I finally found a compatible setup that can be programmed into the Autel MX sensors for use on Triumph motorcycles. You can also clone your sensor IDs so you don't need to reprogram the immobiliser on the bike to match new sensors.


    Re. Q3, they're made by LDL and I've yet to see them available anywhere (new) other than from a dealer.
    ...we are reviewing telemetric information in our mission simulator and will advise...