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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-16-2016, 03:06 AM Thread Starter
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TPMS for Street Twin?

Dear all,

Considering getting the Street Twin as my daily ride, and I noticed that in some site description, Street Twin is "TPMS ready".

However, with all the review videos I watched, I can't seem to find an option to display that information when they scroll the information on the dash.

Will the dash automatically picks up the numbers when Triumph TPMS are installed?

thanks!
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Dear all,

Considering getting the Street Twin as my daily ride, and I noticed that in some site description, Street Twin is "TPMS ready".

However, with all the review videos I watched, I can't seem to find an option to display that information when they scroll the information on the dash.

Will the dash automatically picks up the numbers when Triumph TPMS are installed?

thanks!
If it is available as an add-on my guess is that it will not display pressures, just a warning when below the threshold.
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If it is available as an add-on my guess is that it will not display pressures, just a warning when below the threshold.
Have a look at the owners handbook, pages 40 & 41. The actual tyre pressures will be displayed in the LCD screen in psi or Bars.
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Have a look at the owners handbook, pages 40 & 41. The actual tyre pressures will be displayed in the LCD screen in psi or Bars.
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Another reason to get the bike.

Appreciate the confirmation.
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