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I have a 2009 S.E. 1800, I have a spare rime to fit but it has no TPMS sensor, so can I buy one and use it on my bike or does it need to be assigned to my particular bike??

Please let me know, I have a leaker and need it swapped out soon.

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The TPMS sensor has to be programmed to the particular vehicle it is on. Otherwise if someone with a low tire came in range of the receiver your tire pressure light would come on.
 

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Another bad deal from Mother. Them trying to lock us into dealer (their system). And, a few aftermarket TPMS's are so much more feature rich, and capable of being programmed on the spot.
 

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Oregonwinger wrote:
Another bad deal from Mother. Them trying to lock us into dealer (their system). And, a few aftermarket TPMS's are so much more feature rich, and capable of being programmed on the spot.
Yep, and to think I actually suggested putting it on the bikes.:(
 

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I've seen a quite few posts on other sites that Kawi and 1800 riders aren't too tickled with that LDS system, Dave.
It's too featureless, and comes on a lot when riding in the cold. But, to mount one into a pre-TPMS wheel, I suppose that part is do-able, after a little metal tickling. :action:
 
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