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The plastic panel that covers the coolant caps is perfect for this little device. It came with a handlebar mount, but...since the 200 scooter has no handlebars, you just have to get creative with the Dremel. Now I check my tires at least twice a day, as opposed to once every couple months or so. Yeah, I'm lazy.
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What type of monitor are you using; do you have a link for it.
 
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What type of monitor are you using; do you have a link for it.
Here's what it is: I think it was about 55 bucks, or so. It was very easy to set up; it actually sets itself up--as soon as I put on the valve sensors it was already indicating pressures. I guess it's accurate, since I got the identical pressure readings from my Ryobi compressor. . It's interesting to watch the tire pressure change throughout the day, as you ride and as the pavement gets hotter/cooler.
CAREUD Motorcycle TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System Wireless Digital Tire Pressure Gauge Tire Leakage Alarming System Waterproof 2 External
 
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