how good does it have to be? if it's digital it's pretty accurate. are you just looking for one for the garage or to carry with you? walmart carries a small one that's only like 5 bucks that's small enough to put on your key chain, i carry it everywhere with me and it works wonderfully.
I don't know what's available in your neck of the wood. Here is a link to a product test for gauges. I have purchased on their recommendation before & it has turned out to b good.
Whatever you choose, take into account how easy it would be to use it on a bike wheel.
I bought the race X pro few years ago & it is ace & doesn't need batteries:thumb:
Here is the link: Tyre gauges test | Products | Auto Express
I have a cheapy little digital one made by Slime. its worked good so far. At my last track day it was cold and I was 2psi off my hot pressure the first session, adding the 2 pounds made a huge difference. so judging by tire feel and recommended hot pressure from Pirelli I'd say its pretty accurate.
I made service of my Honda CBR954RR this weekend to get her ready for Spring/Summer.
When i made oil change and after started my bike twice to get oil out in system and filter i tried to read oil level in window.
Because i was alone it was hard to see if bike was straight and now my...
Can someone advise the pin size required for 929/954 Constands front lift under yoke stand?
I have done the Googling but cannot come up with a definitive answer. Have also emailed Constands, but not sure if they'll reply.
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