This is what I plan on doing with mine. I have about 1000 extra miles or so since ive done the 15/45 520. There is also a service on the net that can adjust your mileage on the speedo. I don't have the web site but you could probably find it.Blade-Runner said:
Tron, this is the site I was talking about. No the mileage is not on the computer it is stored in the speedo. They can program the speedo to whatever mileage you want.03WisconsinRR said:bluegauges.com offers odometer adjustments. Check out there site. They also offer a product similar to the speedo healer but cheaper.
That's interesting. I started the bike after putting the front together and noticed that the gauges were not working. I had forgotten to plug them in. It was in nuetral. It is an '04. I did not try to put it in gear or anything. I was thinking at the time that it wasn't suppose to start without the cluster being hooked up.mabbottusmc said:Nope, try unpluging it. It won't start.
Doesn't it calculate the ratio using engine RPM and air velocity? I'm sure it's smart enough to know when to add more fuel based on the actual volume of air. If speed is a factor in the formular, then the bike would be running on the rich side on the dyno, and lean on the track/street.blwnbyu33 said:also to dont set the speedohealer to low because the computer adjusts fuel/air ratio based on your speed as well. so if its not perfect ull be doing damage to your bike. just a little heads up!!!!
Wow thats good to know.blwnbyu33 said:also to dont set the speedohealer to low because the computer adjusts fuel/air ratio based on your speed as well. so if its not perfect ull be doing damage to your bike. just a little heads up!!!!