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JerryIUP

2008 wr450f speedo

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2008 wr450f

Is the odometer just one of the trip meters that you do not reset? Going through the new bike and trying to find the odometer and cannot. Thanks.

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Did a previous owner remove it from the bike? It would be hard to miss if it hadn't been removed. The '08 would have come with the electronic odometer/speedometer stock. In fact I think Yamaha started using them as far back as '05 or '06. It's a pretty nice unit that has some neat features.

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There are 2 trip meters and no real odometer on the factory speedo/enduro computer so you will have to keep track on your own. It will reset if it loses power.

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Thanks guys. I have the stock unit. In the manual it says to scroll through and it has 2 trip meters and an odometer, I just cannot get the odometer to show up. If anyone has the step by step instructions to view the odometer that would be great. Cheers

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If it is the same as my 07', I've never seen an odometer on mine. Just 2 trip meters. I would think that it would reset anyways if you removed the battery. Yes?/No?

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My 06 has odometer, speed and 2 trip meters with timers. Even with the battery unplugged it doesn't reset

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I didn't think we got the odometer in the USA because they are not sold street legal here.

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FYI Spoke with Yamaha Corporate and they said the US model just has the trip meters the manual I downloaded was from Australia. Cheers

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Yep, US has 2 trip meters. I use one as the odo and the other as the trip. I keep track of how many times it passes 999.

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