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Old 20th-March-2017, 02:39 PM   #1
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**NEW** Dakota Digital Tire Pressure Monitor System for HDX, VHX, VFD

Dakota has just released the long awaited TPMS kit. We will be offering a great introductory price on these kits through April 14th.

This expansion module for Dakota Digital HDX instrument systems gives you real-time pressure readings for all four tires, displayed in your existing message center! Wireless valve stem sensors (dismount tire to install) report back to a vehicle-mounted receiver for on the fly information. Easily reprogrammable upon tire rotation or replacement, this is the finishing touch for your hot rod!

Kit is complete with 4 valve stem sensors.

This kit works right out of the box on all HDX gauge systems.

VHX and VFD systems with a Black Control box (Manufactured July 2010-current) can also use this TPMS kit but your dash and control box need to be flashed by Dakota. There is no charge for this but it MUST be sent to Dakota to be done.

Here are some images of the kit and how it displays on the HDX Gauge Systems.





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That's pretty so cool, do the shorter or different stems available? Ones that long will hit my calipers
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That's pretty so cool, do the shorter or different stems available? Ones that long will hit my calipers


These are the only ones they offer right now. I will discuss shorter ones with them though as that can be an issue for some guys.

I will update this thread if any changes are made.

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That's pretty so cool, do the shorter or different stems available? Ones that long will hit my calipers
They look like they are held on with a torqs screw. GM and might have a shorter stem that would work.

The sensors should be the band type like ford. I'd use them if they were


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They look like they are held on with a torqs screw. GM and might have a shorter stem that would work.

The sensors should be the band type like ford. I'd use them if they were


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