The sensor is a hybrid nano-technology. http://www.sensonor.com/etc_brosyrer/sp13.pdf Piezo resistive stuff, the "movement" of the parts SHOULD be unaffeted by flat-fix stuff. PLUS if you had the sensor, odds or aginst the flat fix stuff ever being needed. You'd be able to keep you pressure at recommended levels. If you picked up a small nail (the best kind of damage for flat fix to repair) you be able to spot the sudden leak and get to a tire repair/replacement location.markr said:Notwithstanding, I would ONLY use it in an emergency such as multiple flats, etc. I never put anything in my tire except air.
In addition, if you're using a tire pressure sensing device, I'd never use it. It would probably destroy the electrical device.
I've heard of people using this to fill their tire just to get it to the repair shop. The tire must be broken down and washed out to remove this product or it will build up and create vibrations and noises. It's a great product when your stuck at 2:00 A.M. in a bad neighborhood. Shoot it in and get yourself to a safe place, just remember to have it removed asap to avoid problem!!!G2_Integra said:Has anyone here tried "SLIME" in your tires. It's suppose to be some kind of a fix-a-flat. I use it on my mountain bike, but that's about it.