Installed my Orange Electronics TPMS

fredz43

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Those of us with the Orangs Electronics TPMS see the value in it, for sure, but we need to find a solution to the lack of availability of replaceable sensors with straight stems that would work for either wheel. Any ideas? Has anybody contacted Orange Electronics directly? If I get time this week, I will try to contact them.
 

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I sent an email directly to Orange a couple weeks ago. Evidently it’s been ignored. Not encouraging.


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Any new and encouraging updates on the Orange TPMS sensor front? One of mine is only working intermittently at this point after showing me the low voltage warning for a little while.
Tried to use a contact form on a website to request a new one but haven't heard back. Would love to keep the system since it is great with good batteries, and the display is all mounted and wired.

And to those of you who have given up on Orange - what system with Internal sensors is the alternative?
 

StanBo

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Late comer to the conversation but super interested in running a TPMS like the orange on my bike. I will reach out to the companies as well.
 

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Same, I wanted an Orange unfortunately found out about them after they stopped selling them. I want an internal though not valve stem mounted.
 

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I am wondering if one could get the sensors for the new M207 and pair them with the M203 display. The displays look almost identical so it's conceivable.
That leaves the new sensors with the funky valve stem that won't work on the front rim (unless you are willing to cut deep into it, but not me). The intriguing thing is that the sensors and the valve stems are separate on the M207 and I wonder if it is possible to find a straight aftermarket valve stem for TPMS that you could attach the M207 sensor to? But right now I am still too cheap to fork over 50 bucks for a sensor that may or may not work.
And then there is the question, do I continue with a system from a manufacturer that clearly has shitty service , or cut bait now. But I still think it's the best system and I have that receiver mounted and wired....

 

WJBertrand

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Gordon (RRRTools) told me that the 207 sensors will indeed work with the older 203 display.


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Well that's good to know. Especially since it's my rear wheel sensor that crapped out so I might even be able to use the new valve stem. I will give Orange a few more weeks to respond to my email (haha!) but then I may just try the 207 sensor and will report back.
 
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