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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-Sep-2019, 06:16 AM (470) Thread Starter
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Nav V display

My Nav V displays tire pressure in BARs, I cannot change it to PSI despite the bike's original panel showing PSI. I like to use the Nav V to display this info, it is much more visible.
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Go to Settings > Units & Time > Units and select Miles.


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My trusty 10-year old digital tire pressure gauge reads way higher (4PSI) than the Navigator 5 TPM display on my 2014 R1200GS. I've used it on Goldwing tires, my other vehicle tires, and received normal wear pattern from the tires as a result. Anyone else experience this difference?

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Yes on the pressure delta. The BMW algorithm assumes 68 F for the calculation, as I understand it. Your pressure/temperature may differ. Best use of TPM is to monitor relative pressure, on the fly. Checking actual with a known good gauge is best practice.
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