M3 non-runflat & TPMS
Just curious. We all know the M3 will not have run-flats. BMW throws in M-Mobility kit in the trunks. Now that in-tire TPMS are being used, what effect will that have. I'm sure the answer is none but I haven't a clue if the two play nice together.
Maybe the 2007 328/335 owners (w/TPMS) who have used the Mobility Kit (or conticomfortkit) know the answer?
I think there is risk of damaging valve/sensor which most people will find a minor thing. But do the M-Mobility/Conticomfort kits even work with these types of valves?