Yes, I was going to go for those. Been riding my electric skateboard combined with the Metro Bus to work over Highway 17 to San Jose, so haven't been using the Roadster all that much. These cars really want to be driven and I feel out of place a bit not being in it almost every day as I did a year ago. Still sitting at 60k. Have to get some weekend coastal road trips to keep the electrons fresh.
I just came across the Huf UVS2000 and didn't know there was such a thing. Curious if they just came out with it, makes sense to have one common sensor and program the chip inside to work with multiple makes and models. Huf's are of best quality when it comes to TPMS and one of the top manufacturers in the industry for quality, durability and longevity. My TPMS sensors died a little before Dec '16. and my Roadster was built in Apr '08, so that's over 7 years of life. The new ones might last even longer, we'll have to both report back at least in 2024 and see where we are
Happy you got yours installed and all is good! Nice you didn't have to go for and pay the Tesla route. I was surprised actually and its super nice that I was able to find Huf branded TPMS at a reasonable price. Its a price that doesn't give you that lead weight sinking feeling in your gut when you first see the cost. I still need to install them, so its not 100% yet until I fully verify they do indeed work as they say when installed and paired to the 1.5 Roadster. The seller indicated you carry on your normal TPMS pairing procedures, he even said if you have a car where you just drive for some time, they work with that type too. That gave me even more confidence to try them since that's how our 1.5 Roadsters sense and reconnect to the new sensors.