At the odometer setting (the one that shows your total miles you have on the bike) press and hold the "select" button for about 8 seconds. MPH goes first to KPH. Press and hold again and your radiator setting goes from F to C. Press and hold again, C stays put and KPH changes back to MPH. Press and hold again and you're back to MPH and F
Thanks a lot guys! I was wondering why my bike was running under 100 degrees all the time hahaha.... Sitting today the fan came on at like 104 ish and I was curious so I looked a little closer... Thanks again
and iirc the clock is switched by pressing both select and reset together for a couple seconds, then you can change the hour with reset, and cycle to the minutes with select then change that with reset
So, I tried to change my gauge readout, and was unable. I have the bike in neutral, engine off, and ODO on the readout. I can hold the Reset button forever and it doesn't change. I noticed that when I initially power up the bike the display does the 'lamp test' and only shows MPH and C. Does everyone elses bikes show MPH/KPH and C/F? It's not too crazy that my bike runs in C, but it'd be nice to see a F readout. Lemme know any ideas, guys!
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