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post #1 of 21 Old 09-30-2014, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Instrument Cluster

Or is it the cockpit? Regardless...



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The instrument cluster is a lightweight, brightness-adjustable LCD with readouts including speedometer, tachometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, gear position, coolant and ambient temperatures, driving range, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, traction control, and a clock. The display is flanked by LED indicators for all the usual warning lights.
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I think the Instrument cluster is cool.


At least with Suzuki they give you a gear indicator which is handy to have.
I don't know why other manufacturers don't standardise on this feature eg Z1000, CBR1000 (the naked), Ducati Monster/SF.
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I like this instrument cluster. It looks like modern and it also displays the information in a very clear way. I wonder what color the back-lighting is. Can you change the back-light color?
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Question 2016 gsx-s1000f speedometer clocks disc fork leg

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i recently bought a damaged 2016 GSX-S1000f but the speedometer is missing
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Speaking of the instruments, I ran across this video on youtube the other day.
Apparently the way the tach displays RPM is a bit configurable. I admit I have
not bothered to check whether mine allows it. My only owner's manual is one
I access online. (Does Suzuki ship paper ones with the bike anymore?)

Anyway, here is the video. I could not easily find it on the forum (yet).

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Speaking of the instruments, I ran across this video on youtube the other day.
Apparently the way the tach displays RPM is a bit configurable. I admit I have
not bothered to check whether mine allows it. My only owner's manual is one
I access online. (Does Suzuki ship paper ones with the bike anymore?)

Anyway, here is the video. I could not easily find it on the forum (yet).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_lX6exYPvw
Yes

On another side note, note the date of that Post 1, Oct 10 2014.
Our Girl is getting on.

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i like mine old
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i like mine old

Ha Ha, and me. My girl is 70 and runs as good as a new one.
I was just a lurker when Ginger made that post, he beat me by 3 months.
Note the information about the Ambient Temperature readout in his quote, I've been searching for it ever since.
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Our bikes don't have an instrument cluster they have a LED screen

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gauges i say
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