WR Trip Meter
Posted May 13, 2001 - 12:44 PM
I am trying to reset my Trip Meter on this bike, and you have to turn it backwards for it to reset? It's bad enough to get my hand in there. I thought it would work like on the 4 wheeler where the numbers turn at one time and they align. So after just a few turns it would read zero. Is this thing messed up? Is anyone else experiencing this?
Posted May 14, 2001 - 04:40 AM
The reset knob is stone-age. I replaced the knob with one for a TTR250. It is twice the diameter and fits the shank, makes resetting the odometer a snap. I went for a 95 mile ride on Saturday and it took less than 2 minutes to reset back to zero.
Posted May 14, 2001 - 09:30 PM
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Posted May 14, 2001 - 10:22 PM
<a href=http://www.trailtech.net>Panoram Website</a>
Posted May 15, 2001 - 10:30 AM
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Posted May 15, 2001 - 04:54 PM
My opinion: lose the stock odometer! I'll be putting the Trailtech on all my future rides. One of the best 'bang for the buck' parts I've bought.
Posted May 27, 2001 - 07:04 AM
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Posted May 30, 2001 - 04:02 PM
I was once a so-called "brain dead" desert racer, but am just now learning to timekeep for possible D-37 Enduro use. I will need a tool that can do this.
Posted May 30, 2001 - 05:12 PM
I own one of Geoff's kits and think it's awesome, but not for what your doing. Timekeeping in a D-37 enduro is an art I've yet to master. I've had some big get-offs trying to read my ICO at speed and can't seem to ride and think about time at the same time. I just hope I get on a row with someone who knows what they are doing.
I have the trailtech on the bike until it's enduro time. Hope this helps.
Posted May 31, 2001 - 03:02 PM
Posted June 05, 2001 - 04:54 AM
I installed it and with the help of a friend programed it but as of yet haven't rode the bike yet.. hope I am as happy with it as all of you other guys.
Posted June 05, 2001 - 05:31 AM