They will work with the new wheels.
You don't have to use them however- if you use regular stems in place of the TPMS, then you will have a constant light on the dash, and it will chime 4x every time that you start the vehicle. It is actually very easy to get used to. It doesn't chime when you are driving. It will not effect any engine/ ECU performance either. It's safe to remove them as long as you keep an eye on your tire pressure from time to time.
You can also get a programmer like the AEV Procal unit for around $140. It allows you to keep the TPMS stems, while you set a lower psi (or get rid of them). This way you can run whatever pressure that you want with no chime/ light.
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