David, you talking about the same one, the 360M? I've had mine installed for about two months now, but with all the lousy northeast weather I've only put not quite a thousand miles on since then.
You read the review, and, if so, what'd you think of it?
I did get the Doran 360M. I read the review and thought it was great, spot on. I have been thinking about the Doran for the past four years and decided it was to get one. I have been reading about them forever over on the Goldwing forums back before we bought our XCT . I mounted mine on the throttle side in the same spot you have yours, I also have the Heli bars but in chrome. Installation couldn't have been easier with just two wires and programing the unit was a bit confusing at first but only because I'm a guy and did not read everything step by step. Once I did it all made since and was easy peasy , well sort of, but not bad at all.
I have Dyna beads in my tires and did not feel any added vibrations from the added weight of the sensors, I even called Doran to make sure they would work properly with the Dyna beads and they said everything would be ok.
We ( me and my wife ) just got back from a 312 mile lunch ride, some back roads and about 128 miles of interstate on the way home. I have my baseline PSI for the front at 38 lbs. and the rear which is a car tire at 29 lbs. On the back roads I noticed a increase in pressure by 2-3 lbs. and on the interstate running 80 mph with the outside air temperature around 86 I noticed a increase of 4-6 lbs. in pressure , this I just verified by checking the tires with a gauge and comparing it to the monitor, all my air gauges seem to be off by + or - 1 lbs.
With that being said the highest pressure in the front was 42 lbs. and the rear at 35 lbs. We all know the tires will heat up and change the pressure so this just seems fine to me. I will do a recheck in the morning once everything cools down.
All in all I'm very happy with the Doran 360M and it gives me some piece of mind knowing that I will get a warning should any loss of air happen while traveling down the road. I might add two more sensors to my Bushtec trailer down the road, but being we only use it a few times a year I'm not sure its worth it. The bushtec tires are almost like run flat as they will support the trailer with no air in them ,so most likely not.
Oh yea one thing I forgot to mention , it is kind of cool to be able to check the air pressure at 80 mph...