I was super interested after reading this. One review on Amazon got me a little worried. This is what he said, thought?: "So yesterday I was on a road trip to southern UT and my rear tire went completely flat, in the middle of nowhere!! Guess why?? The Fobo sensor on my Vstrom caused the valve stem to have a slight tear in it and go flat. Even though it weighs approx .25 OZ, while a motorcycle is going down the road at 80MPH, the centrifugal force is very stressful on a valve stem. If you have a metal valve stem, yes it would probably work great! There needs to be a warning not to use on motorcycles with rubber valve stems!!!!!!!!!! I got really lucky and found a guy with a truck and trailer in the next town, convinced him to help me load and haul the bike 25 miles away, then had to pay him, plus a repair shop to fix it. All in all, I paid $75 ( EXTREMELY FORTUNATE) and lost several hours of ride time. I was also fortunate not to wreck the bike with a flat in the twisties, or get run over by a passing vehicle while parked on the side of the road. People sometimes get killed because of flats!!! DON'T BE A FOOL AND BUY THIS WITHOUT METAL STEMS!!!! Other than the problem with rubber stems, it pairs and works as promised- but can't overlook this issue!!!!!!"
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