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    Super Garvey Garvey2003's Avatar
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    Post RSV1000R-Factory 2004 -2009 Dashboard Functions

    I couldn't find the cheat sheet for the 2004-2009 version so I decided to make one



    TOGGLE BETWEEN MPH to KMH
    • Hold down the "TRIP/V" and "-" buttons together for over 15 seconds.


    TOGGLE BETWEEN °C and °F.
    • Hold down the "TRIP/V" and "+" buttons together for over 15 seconds


    TURN OFF SERVICE MESSAGE
    • Hold down the "+" and "-" buttons for at least 15 seconds upon turning the key to on.
    • Or
    • Hold down the "+" and "-" buttons then turn the ignition on, keep pressing for approximate 15 seconds.
    • Turn the key off.



    VIEWING CURRENT, MAXIMUM AND AVERAGE SPEEDS AND BATTERY VOLTAGE
    Average and maximum speed and battery voltage are only displayed when the vehicle is stopped.

    • Press the "+" button once to display maximum speed (V max).
    • Press the "+" button twice to display average speed (AVS).
    • Press the "+" button three times to display battery voltage.


    Reset maximum (V max) and average speed (AVS)
    Select the speed indication you wish to reset and hold down the "-" button for at least 3 seconds.

    INSTRUMENT BACKLIGHTING
    • Press the "-" button within 5 seconds of turning the ignition on
    • Press 1 time for 30% brightness
    • Press 2 times for 70% brightness
    • Press 3 times for 100% brightness


    ODOMETER AND TRIP METER DISPLAY (TRIP 1 AND TRIP 2)
    • Ignition on
    • Press the “Trip/V” button 1 time to display “TRIP 1”
    • Press the “Trip/V” button 2 times to display “TRIP 2”
    • Press the “Trip/V” button 3 times to return to ODOMETER



    RESET TRIP COUNTERS
    • To reset TRIP 1, select Trip 1 display and hold down the "Trip/V" button for at least 3 seconds.
    • To reset TRIP 2, select Trip 2 display and hold down the "Trip/V" button for at least 3 seconds.


    SETTING THE DIGITAL CLOCK
    • Hold down the buttons "+" and "-" for at least 3 seconds, until the hour digits begin to flash.
    • Use the "+" and "-" buttons to set hours as desired.
    • Hold down the "TRIP/V" button for at least three seconds to confirm hour setting.
    • The clock will automatically switch to the minutes setting mode.
    • Use the "+" and "-" buttons to set hours as desired.
    • Hold down the "TRIP/V" button for at least 3 seconds, until the minute digits stop flashing, to confirm your new setting.


    LAP TIMER
    When the "LAP TIMER" function is selected, the "clock" cannot be displayed.
    The lap timer can store up to 40 lap times


    TURN ON LAP TIMER
    • Hold down "TRIP/V" for over 3 seconds while holding down the "LAP" button.
    • The clock display area will read "01 LAP 00'00"00".


    TURN OFF LAP TIMER
    • Hold down "TRIP/V" for over 3 seconds while holding down the "LAP" button.
    • The display will return to the clock display.


    START LAP TIMER
    • Press the "LAP" button (1) and release immediately. At the first press, time count starts.
    • Pressing the "LAP" button again within 10 seconds of starting the time count will reset and restart the time count
    • At the next press of the "LAP" button, a new lap time count begins.
    • The previous lap time is stored and displayed for 10 seconds along with lap number (in the top left corner)
    • After these 10 seconds, lap timer display changes to second lap timing and lap number.


    DELETE LAP TIMES
    • Access the lap timer function and hold down the "-" button for at least 3 seconds while holding down the LAP button (1).
    • When the memory is clear, the lap timer goes back to the initial display "01 LAP 00'00"00".


    VIEW STORED LAP TIMES
    • Access the lap timer function
    • Hold down "TRIP/V" for over 3 seconds.
    • Scroll through lap times using buttons "+" (scroll forward) and "-" (scroll back).
    • To go back to the lap timer function, hold down "TRIP/V" for over 3 seconds.


    SETTING THE RED LINE THRESHOLD (WITH ENGINE OFF ONLY)
    When the maximum rpm set is exceeded, the red line warning light on the dashboard starts blinking.

    VIEW RED LINE THRESHOLD
    • Hold down the "Trip/V" button for at least 3 seconds.
    • The rev counter pointer will point the corresponding rpm for three seconds.


    SET RED LINE THRESHOLD
    • Turn the ignition on, allowing some time for the dashboard to reset.
    • Hold down the "Trip/V" button for at least three seconds
    • The rev counter pointer will point the current red line setting.
    • You have three seconds to change setting as desired (as long as the rev counter pointer is pointing current red line setting).
    • Use the "+" button to change setting.
    • Press briefly to increase setting by 100 rpm.
    • Hold down a little longer to increase by 1000 rpm.
    • After reaching full scale value (12,000 rpm), the pointer will go back to zero automatically.
    • Three seconds after last pressing the "+" button, the new red line threshold is stored.
    • This is confirmed by the red line light coming on for three seconds, while the pointer will go back to zero.


    Hope this helps guys

    Garv

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    Hi garvey m8 nice job, i always spend ages trying to remember how to work the lap timer and when it comes to a track day my mind ends up blank ,so now i can sit and memorise it .Nice job m8 , ps what do you do for a living by the because it seems you have alot of spare time to do this stuff anyway keep it up

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    Great job Garv, thanks dude

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    Thanks, thats useful.

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    Ditto that man! Saves a lot of pissing around trying to remember it all!

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    Super Garvey Garvey2003's Avatar
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    work in IT dude

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    Printing it to put it in my notebook.

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    Is any one else having trouble adjusting the time. Every thing else i can change fine but if i hold in - and + to do the time nothing happens

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    Thanks Gary. After fitting charger wires on my battery, I can now reset clock, and go back to MPH. Odometer has gone to zero though, any fix ?

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    This is bloody ace!

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    Hiya Crownan. Had an idea that would happen. Buy hey, who cares about milage. It's all documented anyway....

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    Hi

    Is there anyway to get into the menu like you can on the touno, I really want to know how to program a new key?

    Thanks

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