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Excellent Quality, Look great, work great.
I always now install 90deg valve stems. They are super convenient to use and look great to boot! These are great.
January 19, 2015
Absolutely the best add-on I have done to my bike. Had a nail blow out my rear tire. Plugged it with my travel kit repair tire kit.
The problem was getting to the vertical air valve at a gas station to properly fill up the tire. Getting to the air valve is just a PITA!! Especially the front tire,with both rotors being in the way to get to the valve.
Ok, so I ordered these and had one installed on the brand new rear tire. Soooooo much easier to gain access to valve now when filling up. The new valve is horizontal instead of vertical. A true must have for any motorcyclist.
December 15, 2014
Awesome replacement for straight valves
Highly recommend this for anyone still using straight valves as now the task of checking the pressure and/or inflating the tires is no longer a nightmare of attempts to fit the inflator between the valve and the hub and dirty hands because of the chain and the brake disks.
Riders, seriously -- a must have
August 18, 2014
For the 11.3MM
I install this on every bike I get. If you check your PSI often you know how annoying it can be to fill up air at the station with the oem valve stems. This is super convenient and lasts. One of my favorite accessories.
August 10, 2014
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Bryann L: Makes adjusting tire pressures at the track an easier task.Feb 21, 2015
John G: "available, best price, free shipping friendly help full personal, Thank you "Dec 20, 2014
Shawn K asked:I have a 2014 FJR1300, which size valve stems should I get? Nothing in owners manual about the size needed. I drive in cold weather and almost every two days I have to add air to my tires. It is so cumbersome to get at the 90 degree valve stems on the front and rear wheels. Looking for something like this that will be easier to get at.Nov 23, 2014
Mark B:Yes I do have the 90 degree valve stems I purchased them and had them installed with a new set of tires. The only problem I have with them is I don't believe the mechanic that install the valve stems tighten them enough they don't leak but they do pivot from side to side on the rim when you're checking the air pressure. so far they haven't needed air and I've had them on for several months now. This doesn't answer your question on what size to get I have a Goldwing. The reasons for going to these I was having to add air to my tires every time I rode and one day the entire valve stem popped out of the rim while riding two up on the freeway at 65 miles per hour no accident. But no more rubber valve stems for me I go with the a metal stem.Nov 24, 2014
Samuel C:I have a GEN I FJR 1300 -- the standard 90 degree valve stem pictured in the advertisement work perfectly. A "10". I tell all my friends that it is the best $20 I have ever spent. Takes 2 seconds to put air into my tires. I don't know why bike manufacturers selling bikes for $10,000 or $15,000 or $20,000 haven't made them standard. I got mine in blue :).
PS...you have to remove the tire from your wheels to install the 90 degree valve stems.Nov 24, 2014
Frederick J:Shawn, I have a 2007 FJRAE. The 11.3 mm fitted mine. I expect they are the same size for the 2014. You could call Yamaha of check a parts schematic online to be sure. They are on every parts site.
Well worth the trouble. They make tire pressure checks a breeze.
MICHAEL L:I have a zx6r 636 2014 and this do not work. Yes, it will fits over the bike's valve stem but it doesn't goes deep enough to actually press on the stem so you can pump air in to. Nov 23, 2014