Doran Motorcycle Tire Air Pressure Monitor System 2-Wheels


Doran Motorcycle Tire Air Pressure Monitor System 2-Wheels
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Doran 360M Tire Pressure Monitoring System is designed to fit ANY 2 Wheel Motorcycle. This is by far the best safety related item you could ever purchase for your motorcycle, alarming you anytime deflation occurs before you find out while riding, possibly leading to a dangerous situation too late. Kit includes everything you need.

Over 6,000,000+ motorcycles are registered in the United States, more than 5,100,000 of them are running on under-inflated tires. Besides a safety hazard, Under-inflation leads to shorter tire life, decreased gas mileage and increased risk of accidents.

The Doran 360M Tire Pressure Monitoring System fits any two wheel motorcycle, the only thing between YOU and the PAVEMENT are your tires, ride safer by installing the best safety item available for motorcycles, Doran's 360M. Ensures the perfect ride on your tires by accurately monitoring air pressure on your all important tires mile after mile.

Doran Tire Pressure Monitor System Sensor Specifications:

Operating frequency:     434.1 MHz
Operating temperature range:     -40°F to +185°F
Storage temperature range:     -40°F to +185°F
Sensor weight:     .67 oz
Sensor dimensions:     1.15”W x 1.06”H
Sensor batteries:     internal, non-rechargeable
Sensor pressure range:     10 to 87 PSI ±1.5 PSI

Doran Tire Pressure Monitor System Monitor Specifications:
Monitor power requirement:     12V DC, Typically draws 30mA in standby.
Less than 55mA when LEDs are on
Operating temperature range:     -22°F to +167°F
Storage temperature range:     -31°F to +176°F
Monitor dimensions:     1.7”W x 1.95”L x 1.4”D
Monitor weight:     2.2oz
Tire positions monitored:     2 positions
Sensor alarm trigger setting:     12.5% & 25% below the baseline tire inflation level

The Doran 360M™ Motorcycle Tire Pressure Monitoring System provides the perfect ride with a peace of mind for a minimal investment.
*Installation inside the valve stems may require professional installation where you purchase tires.

*Note: Please be sure to register your product with the included post card. All warranty questions and returns are to be directed to the manufacturer. Warranty is not valid if product is not registered.

66 Member Reviews

Air Pressure monitor

Will this work for front and rear shocks, too?

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Oxnard, CA
Tire Pressure Monitor

I was happy with Doran monitor for years but have decided to install a different brand. My sensors only lasted about 14 months and cost me $45 a piece that's almost a hundred bucks almost a year so decided to go with a monitor that I can change the batteries. I'll put the Doran in my spare parts box in hopes they someday come out with a sensor I can change the battries.

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Federal Way, WA
8 years of use

See original review dated 8/4/2010
For the life of me I cant get more than 2 years out of a replacement sensor. They claim they redesigned them but after inspection the new sensors ($39.95 EACH) look just like the old ($25 each).
I go through a set of tires every 2 years also so when the tires get replaced I always order a new set of sensors because mine are between the rim and tire. when/if a sensor goes bad I just unprogram it from the unit until I replace the tire.
My Wing now has 73000 miles on it and I'm working on my 5th set of sensors. Do I wish they lasted longer? Yup Do I regret purchasing? He_L no!

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Charlotte, NC
NOT a safety feature

If you install the sensor to the from wheel of a Goldwing, you will not notice that simply screwing it on the angled valve stem is not at all safe because under the fender, where you can't see it or notice it, it will rub against the brake line on the right side. I just had a front brake failure after a hole wore through the brake line. This is a sudden failure with no warning. Lucky for me I was in a parking lot at low speed and still stopped safely with back brake. I had to ride home and to the repair shop with only the back brake. $174.00 repair. Technician told me not to reinstall the sensor. I should have known earlier when it caused a leak in my valve stem and I had to replace that. Everyone who has this installed should immediately check for this interference. This product caused me bigger problems than it prevented.

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Dekalb, IL
Wish I Had This Years Ago

Bought mine 5/2012. Finally getting around to writing the review. I mounted mine where the optional Battery Gauge goes below the right side pocket. Took my time and used black silicon rubber to seal it around the outside and secure it behind the panel after I cut it out. Looks like it was made to be mounted there! So after mounting I screwed the sensors on the stock valve stems (bad idea)and took off. After a couple months, I lost the front sensor from vibration even with the clips on. Called Mfg and ordered a replacement sensor and was also informed you need to use the included steel stems for mounting sensors on the outside. Guess I missed that part as I found that all that vibration also cracked the rubber seal on the valve stem. I had just purchased the tires a couple months ago so another trip back to the shop to have them unmount, install included valve stems and sensors (inside this time) and remount. No problems after that. I've had the Doran and original sensors for 4 years now and 2 sets of tires since I installed it and it has worked flawless. Front sensor started going out a couple months ago. It would loose connection to the Doran at night and start working during the day. Probably due to temperature change as the battery is weak. I called the Mfg and ordered a new set of sensors. When I told the guy at Doran that I've had these sensors for 4 years he said WOW! Most guys were only getting about 18 months out of the sensors. He also told me that they redesigned them for that same reason and sensor life should be twice that. He also told me that the price went up after the redesign to $39.95/ea. I only paid $25 for the first sensor replacement back in 2012 after the bonehead mistake I made with the valve stems. So, $80 now for replacement sensors instead of $50. If I get another 4 years out of the new sensors I'll be just as happy. I'm getting maximum tire life since I bought the Doran as I keep my tires at a constant 40 and 41. Well worth the money in my opinion and I always know my tire pressure without having to lay down and check that rear tire pressure!

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