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  • Why two valve stems on Kosei K1 wheel?

  • …track use. The two valve stems help in exchanging ambient air for Nitrogen. One stem is used to bleed off the ambient air while nitrogen is put in the opposite stem. It's a popular look in Japan and was requested by many of Kosei's customers. You can see the complete list of wheels we have available…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Valve Types, Components & Uses

  • …and brass valve cores are available. The nickel-plated valve cores must be used in the aluminum valve stems of tire pressure monitoring sensors because using a standard brass valve core in an aluminum tire pressure sensor valve stem will experience galvanic corrosion and the brass valve core will…

  • Do You Need TPMS Sensors?

  • …equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System. A majority of the vehicles come with a battery powered sensor attached to the wheel on the opposite side of the valve stem. Now that the law has been in effect for five years, we're starting to see some of the systems in need of replacement. Most…

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  • Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

  • …pressures. There are two types of systems, a direct TPMS and indirect TPMS. A direct TPMS uses a serialized sensor inside the wheel, often attached to the valve stem which sends a radio frequency to an on-board computer. An indirect system uses the vehicle's anti-lock brake system (ABS) to…

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