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Old 01-21-2008, 12:26 AM
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wonder if you have even been to www.discounttiredirect.com , i have seen a bunch of selections of wheels there and they also have tpms mentioned there? Can anyone tell me if the wheels that they list will take tpms for sure like tirerack.com or they just list everything they have depending on the size?
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I am going to clean up the rims and change my plugs tomorrow. I will try to take some pictures to post here so that those interested are welcome to look. I inspected them fairly closely and I dont see any scuffs, scratches, or anything of that nature on any one of them. Other than alot of brakedust, they are basiclally flawless. I would not be selling them if there were something wrong with them as I would not sell junk to anyone. I hope to post some pictures in the next day or two. Bare with me as I have been so busy the last week and didnt have time to do much of anything.
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Old 02-05-2008, 04:16 PM
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Old 02-24-2008, 12:23 PM
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so if my wheels are tpms compatible, is i as simple as plugging my old tpms into hte new ones and go? is there any reprogramming thats needed?
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Old 03-11-2008, 02:03 PM
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18" X 7.5" Racing Hart CR's, anyone know if these take TPMS? I see CX's don't but have hopes for the CR's.
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:11 PM
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^^ in case anyone ever wonders, these wheels work fine with TPMS. They're installed on my car now.
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Old 03-25-2008, 09:08 AM
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Anybody know if Stern ST-1 FACE III BEAST will take a TPMS???? Also, weight?

PM me if you do here is a link to them on ebay......

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/18-WH...spagenameZWDVW
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Old 03-29-2008, 12:44 AM
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Summer rims, TPMS questions

Bought a 2005 RX_8 GT this past January and bought a set of snow tires. Used the stock rims with TPMS for the snow tires, thinking I'd get a separate set of rims for the summer tires I removed (Kumhos with a lot of tread left).

It's time to switch, and ideally I'd like a set of light, Mazda TPMS compatible rims that have the same dimensions as stock (since I want to keep the summer tires I have), without being the same as the stock wheels I have in the winter. Any suggestions?

Also, when I look at Tirerack, etc., they often mention TPMS, but is this the same TPMS that came with the stock rims? If not, do I need to have the sensor in the car reprogrammed every time I switch from summer to winter tires and back?

Thanks in advance for any advice.

BTW, I the 40th anniversary wheels I've seen at the local dealer are stunning (for aesthetics, I like seeing the rounded triangle/rotory theme suggested or repeated in the wheels), but I suspect they're too pricey for me.
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Old 04-03-2008, 10:57 AM
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Anyone know if 18x7.5 R1 Racing Hype wheels take TPMS?
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Old 04-06-2008, 03:04 PM
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anyone selling rims?
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Old 04-22-2008, 01:58 PM
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FYI...

All wheels that TireRack shows for the RX8 are TPMS friendly. I do not know if you can reuse the stock sensors, but a new set @ TR runs about $220 if memory serves me. I believe they are OEM sensors.
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Old 05-03-2008, 03:57 PM
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JIC Magic J-Force 05

Just picked up JIC Magic's J-Force 05 and they work fine with TPMS.

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Old 05-10-2008, 03:04 PM
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do xxr 006 take tpms?
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Old 05-12-2008, 01:56 PM
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do xxr 006 take tpms?
I do believe their updated XXR line (use to be Sportsmax) can take TPMS. I have the XXR 502s and the TPMS are in just fine. Here's XXRWheel's phone number 800-647-7462 to find out for sure.

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anyone know if tpms will fit in rota boosts 18x9?
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do 5zigen gn+ take TPMS? and also tenzo DC-6?

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Old 11-23-2008, 05:25 PM
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a lil off topic, but my enkei wheels dont have TPMS in them, nor do i plan on putting it in them, but how do i get the TPMS light to not blink after 10 mins of driving? i dont like lights flashing at me. makes me feel like somethings wrong.

i did search for the one thread i was going to ask this in, but couldnt find it.

thanks
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Old 12-08-2008, 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted by cheeto View Post
a lil off topic, but my enkei wheels dont have TPMS in them, nor do i plan on putting it in them, but how do i get the TPMS light to not blink after 10 mins of driving? i dont like lights flashing at me. makes me feel like somethings wrong.

i did search for the one thread i was going to ask this in, but couldnt find it.

thanks
Buy 4 of them, put'em in a ziplock, toss them in the trunk or glove box.
The main thing is that you have 4 sensors, and they are all showing relatively same pressures. If you mount two, but leave other two in trunk, it won't work. either all 4 mounted in rim, or all 4 in trunk. Will take 10 minutes of driving before they resync with the TPM system though.

Are those 17" or 18" Enkei RFP-1's? My 19" Axis Hiro's are off the car and up forsale and getting ready to buy some 17" RFP-1's and was on here to find out if they took TPMS (so i can transfer them to the new wheels). Do you know if yours will actually fit them if you did have them?

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Old 04-20-2009, 06:31 PM
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18x10 KMC GTX's are confirmed to work with TPMS
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Originally Posted by cheeto View Post
a lil off topic, but my enkei wheels dont have TPMS in them, nor do i plan on putting it in them, but how do i get the TPMS light to not blink after 10 mins of driving? i dont like lights flashing at me. makes me feel like somethings wrong.

i did search for the one thread i was going to ask this in, but couldnt find it.

thanks
if you don't care about it, you can black out the light with a little piece of electrical tape....you'll never know it was there.
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Old 07-30-2009, 01:50 PM
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Advan Model T5's DO take tpms. (confirmed)
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Old 07-30-2009, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Fate View Post
Bought a 2005 RX_8 GT this past January and bought a set of snow tires. Used the stock rims with TPMS for the snow tires, thinking I'd get a separate set of rims for the summer tires I removed (Kumhos with a lot of tread left).

It's time to switch, and ideally I'd like a set of light, Mazda TPMS compatible rims that have the same dimensions as stock (since I want to keep the summer tires I have), without being the same as the stock wheels I have in the winter. Any suggestions?

Also, when I look at Tirerack, etc., they often mention TPMS, but is this the same TPMS that came with the stock rims? If not, do I need to have the sensor in the car reprogrammed every time I switch from summer to winter tires and back?

Thanks in advance for any advice.

BTW, I the 40th anniversary wheels I've seen at the local dealer are stunning (for aesthetics, I like seeing the rounded triangle/rotory theme suggested or repeated in the wheels), but I suspect they're too pricey for me.
Yes, you need to have the ECU reprogrammed for the other set of TPMS on your new wheels and then reprogrammed when you put your stocks back on. The only way to get around that (that I know of) is if you are going to reuse your stock TPMS, which means you have to have your tires remounted wheels each time you switch.
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Does anyone know if the Ings+1 TS06 wheels take the TPMS sensors?

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