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    Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    on: Jul 11, 2020, 03.29 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 03.29 pm
    Hey there,

    I recently bought a Tiger 900 Rally Pro, have done a few 100 of kms already.
    Since 200kms I am getting almost constantly front tyre tpms warnings. Looking at the readings, it says that the front tyre has 2.2 - 2.3 bar pressure. From the manual I see that the normal one should be 2.48

    I have asked my service garage to take a look at it on the first service coming up next week.

    Has anyone experienced this issue too?

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #1 on: Jul 11, 2020, 03.40 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 03.40 pm
    I had this on both test rides of the Rally Pro, I reported it to the sales man and he said, "yeah, I'm not surprised" got the impression it was a known issue.


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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #2 on: Jul 11, 2020, 03.44 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 03.44 pm
    *Originally Posted by boldie [+]
    I had this on both test rides of the Rally Pro, I reported it to the sales man and he said, "yeah, I'm not surprised" got the impression it was a known issue.

    did he give any clue whether that was an issue with the sensor itself or with the actual tyre pressure?

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #3 on: Jul 11, 2020, 04.27 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 04.27 pm
    According to the manual I've downloaded, the Rally & Rally Pro should be 2.34 bar front & 2.89 bar rear. The 900 & 900 GT models should be 2.48 front & same rear.

    AFAIK, the 900 uses the same immobiliser & TPMS sensors as the 800 so I would expect the trigger points to be the same.

    Either way, 2.2~2.3 bar sounds more like the typical trigger point for the rear tyre.

    Have you checked the pressures yourself? That would be my first port of call.

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #4 on: Jul 11, 2020, 04.32 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 04.32 pm
    *Originally Posted by T800XC [+]
    According to the manual I've downloaded, the Rally & Rally Pro should be 2.34 bar front & 2.89 bar rear. The 900 & 900 GT models should be 2.48 front & same rear.
    Indeed, I messed them up.

    Have you checked the pressures yourself? That would be my first port of call.

    Not yet. Will do

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #5 on: Jul 11, 2020, 11.10 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 11.10 pm
    *Originally Posted by dimisjim [+]
    Not yet. Will do

    So you are complaining about getting a warning that your pressures are low but you have not actually checked the pressures?
    I’ll give you a hint. When the low fuel light comes on put fuel in the tank rather than blaming Triumoh for a faulty light switch.

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #6 on: Jul 11, 2020, 11.14 pm
    Jul 11, 2020, 11.14 pm
    *Originally Posted by K1W1 [+]
    So you are complaining about getting a warning that your pressures are low but you have not actually checked the pressures?
    I’ll give you a hint. When the low fuel light comes on put fuel in the tank rather than blaming Triumoh for a faulty light switch.

    First of all, I did not blame Triumph. I just asked here to see if this issue is something others have encountered too. Bike is gonna get serviced soon, so this is gonna get checked anyway.

    Thanks for the dumb analogy though  :028:

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #7 on: Jun 14, 2022, 01.03 am
    Jun 14, 2022, 01.03 am
    I have have this same issue and I have checked the pressure.  The owners manual says 34 psi, I set it to 34 and the TPMS shows 34 and I still get a warning.  After the tire gets hot and goes up to 35 I still get warnings, sometimes.  The TPMS is messed up!

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    Re: Tiger 900 Rally Pro TPMS issue
    Reply #8 on: Jun 14, 2022, 06.57 pm
    Jun 14, 2022, 06.57 pm
    I may not ride my bike for a couple of weeks between rides so I always do a manual tyre pressure check with my digital display foot pump before I go for a ride.
    I have a work colleague who rides less than me, got a RS1250 with TPMS and first time out TP warning came on soon after leaving home so he rode home as he thought he had a puncture.
    I asked him " Did you actually check it was at the right pressure before you went out2 and he said no  :138: :138: :138:

     


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