Torxe™ - 2-Tire TPMS Kit

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Universal 2-Tire TPMS Kit by Torxe™. Frequency: 433 Mhz. Monitor your motorcycle’s tire pressure and temperature at a glance, while you ride, with this tire pressure monitoring system. For greater riding safety, a flashing display and audible alarm will alert you in the event of incorrect tire pressure, excessive tire temperature, or a tire that’s leaking fast due to a puncture. The easy to install kit includes a rechargeable battery powered LCD display monitor, monitor handlebar mount, 2 battery powered sensors, USB charging cable, and detailed user and installation instructions.



Frequency: 433.92MHz
Monitor display output voltage: DC5V
Monitor working temperature: -4ºF - 176ºF (-20ºC - 80ºC)
Monitor storage temperature: -22ºF - 185ºF (-30ºC - -85ºC)
Monitor dimensions: 2.28”L x 1.89”W x 0.90”H (58mmL x 48mmW x 23mmH)
Monitor weight: 1.83 oz. (52g)
Sensor transmission power: <10dBm
Sensor working temperature: -40ºF - 176ºF (-40ºC - 80ºC)
Sensor storage temperature: -40ºF - 185ºF (-40ºC - 85ºC)
Sensor pressure range: 0-87 psi (0-6 bar)
Sensor pressure accuracy: ± 1.5 psi (± 0.1 bar)
Sensor temperature accuracy: ± 6.3ºF (± 3ºC)
Sensor battery life: more than 2 years
Sensor dimensions: 0.82”D x 0.688”H (21mmD x 17.5mmH)
Sensor weight: 0.31 oz. (9g)


  • Monitor displays pressure or temperature for both tires simultaneously
  • Easily toggles between pressure and temperature displays
  • Pressure unit selectable (psi or bar)
  • Temperature unit selectable (Fahrenheit or Celsius)
  • Warnings for high pressure, low pressure, high temperature, fast leakage, and sensor low battery
  • Alerts warning with flashing display and audible alarm
  • Programmable with selectable parameters
  • Monitor contains rechargeable battery
  • Monitor battery recharges via included USB charging cable
  • Monitor backlight illuminates automatically when ambient light is insufficient
  • Monitor battery saving mode – shuts down after 15 minutes when bike is not in motion
  • 2 valve stem mount sensors
  • Sensors contain CR1632 replaceable lithium batteries
  • Includes tool to disassemble sensors for battery replacement
  • Warranty: 1 year

In response to a rising number of accidents and fatalities caused by tire failures due to underinflation, Congress mandated that cars and light trucks had to be factory equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) beginning in 2007. If underinflated tires were such a danger to 4-tired vehicles that a law was passed, it doesn’t take much imagination to see how serious a problem underinflated tires can be on a motorcycle with only 2 tires. “Your tires are the only thing between you and the road” may sound cliché but with a motorcycle it’s literally true because if you have a blowout or a puncture that causes sudden, rapid tire deflation on a bike, you’re most likely going down. A few modern bikes come from the factory with TPMS systems, and these are usually expensive models. But you don’t have to spend big bucks on a new bike to get this important safety feature, all you need is the affordable, easy to use and install, Torxe 2-Tire TPMS kit.

Besides making your bike handle poorly, low tire pressure can make tires run hotter, which can drastically reduce their lifespan and even result in total failure. In extreme cases low tire pressure can result in rim damage, and could even cause the bead to unseat and come off the rim. Overinflation can also be problematic, reducing tire contact and traction, and causing a harsh reaction to bumps, which can destabilize the bike. TPMS or not, you should regularly check your tire pressure with a reliably accurate gauge, preferably before every ride. But even if you’re fastidious about inflation pressure, it won’t help if you pick up a nail on the road – unless you have the Torxe TPMS kit. This kit can alert you to such an occurrence and much more.

The Torxe TPMS monitor attaches to your handlebars with the included universal mount. It’s so compact it will be easy to find a spot for it, yet the LCD display can be read with just a glance. The monitor will display real-time air pressure or tire temperature in both tires simultaneously, wirelessly transmitted from sensors mounted on each tire’s valve stem. You can switch from displaying tire pressure to displaying tire temperature with just the touch of the “+” button. Pressure can be displayed in psi or bar, and temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit. Along with pressure and temperature the display can also indicate tire alarm status, sensor low battery, and monitor power level. The simple set-up procedure allows you to program your bike’s tire parameters – high pressure level, low pressure level, and high temperature level. Once programmed, if high pressure, low pressure, or high temperature is beyond limits, or you have a tire with a fast leak or a sensor with a low battery, the red alarm icon will flash accompanied by an audible alarm.

The monitor’s battery can be recharged using the included USB cable, which takes about 2.5 hours if no bars show on the battery icon. Battery saving mode shuts down the monitor if the bike hasn’t moved in 15 minutes, and the monitor backlight automatically illuminates when there’s insufficient ambient light. The battery-powered tire pressure sensors are pre-coded and marked for front and rear tire position, and they attach to your valve stems with the included hex nuts. A hex wrench is supplied for tightening. The sensors’ CR1632 lithium batteries should last for 2 years or more. When the monitor display indicates sensor low battery and replacement is required, the sensors can easily be disassembled for battery installation with the included sensor opening tool.

Being a well-respected company in the automotive aftermarket industry, Torxe™ provides products that are globally renowned for their uncompromising quality and dependability. The company has an impressive product line, covering a majority of vehicle applications around the world. Exterior and interior accessories, performance and auto body parts, audio and electronics, and many other high quality products are offered at customer-friendly prices. All Torxe parts and components are engineered to strict quality standards and are inspected and tested to guarantee exceptional performance and long service life.

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The instructions are poorly translated into English. The supposed tools for opening the sensor do not fit in order to open the sensor to check the battery. Once programmed according to the setup procedure, the monitor does not display anything but the battery charge. I get no tire pressure nor temperature indications. The online chat guy asked me to submit an installation video. What does that mean? The entire step by step setup?So I called and was informed that the motorcycle had to be ridden before the monitor would display anything. I have ridden it several times now after reviewing and ensuring that I followed the setup properly. There is still no display other than the tires are highlighted, and the battery has almost full charge. I though I should check the sensor batteries. The tools do not fit the sensor to allow me to unscrew the cap without using other tools and risking marring the caps. There is no sensor battery warning, so I guess the monitor thinks the sensors have batteries. The sensor pairing indicates the 6 digit code for each sensor. I'm at a loss for further troubleshooting. Support might help get this monitor to display. but what bout the batteries in the sensors when they need to be replaced, since the tools don't fit. That triangular 3 cup looking tool has one hole that does fit. But the other tool does not capture the other end of the sensor. And BTW I have a 2016 VTX1800 Honda, and your year-make-model selector doesn't know my motorcycle exists. So now what?
Posted by Allan (Reno, NV) / April 18, 20202016 Honda VT13CX Fury

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