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Offline Brenton

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HI looking into a system for the buzz box.
Just wondering if anyone here has use one???

I want temp and pressure visable at once,
I have found this so what advice do you guys have

http://www.tpmsaustralia.com.au/tpms-products/car-tyre-pressure-monitors/internal-tpms/
 :thumbsup:



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
HI looking into a system for the buzz box.
Just wondering if anyone here has use one???

I want temp and pressure visable at once,
I have found this so what advice do you guys have

http://www.tpmsaustralia.com.au/tpms-products/car-tyre-pressure-monitors/internal-tpms/
 :thumbsup:

My 458 has this option - cost me a couple of grand.  :eye-popping:



Offline Brenton

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My 458 has this option - cost me a couple of grand.  :eye-popping:

Has it helped you find a better ride in the car?
I changed the pressures for my last run and it felt much better.
I think i was running to lower pressures before
36F / 40R is what i am running now.



Offline mhh

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Has it helped you find a better ride in the car?
I changed the pressures for my last run and it felt much better.
I think i was running to lower pressures before
36F / 40R is what i am running now.

I treat it as a safety warning - for sudden pressure loss - rather than to find a better ride.  Your pressure look about right.  My car says 37/44 for a fully laden car so that's what I've given the Turbo for the NT run.  I usually check with a decent guage rather than relying on the servo ones.



Offline Brenton

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Interesting point about the safety, had not thought about that...

I was thinking it would help with getting cold and hot temps while on a run and seeing what was actually happening.
Then help find the better pressures for the car.

I also did not know how accurate these would be?
I spoke to the dealer and he said that the internal ones were much more accurate and that makes sense to me.



Offline Brenton

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Offline CortinaD


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Interesting point about the safety, had not thought about that...

I was thinking it would help with getting cold and hot temps while on a run and seeing what was actually happening.
Then help find the better pressures for the car.

I also did not know how accurate these would be?
I spoke to the dealer and he said that the internal ones were much more accurate and that makes sense to me.

Mines accurate to +/- 1psi.

I cannot really tell the difference between 36 and 38psi etc on the road. I have set the pressures at 32F/34R on the m3.



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