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Or is it the cockpit? Regardless...



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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2016 gsx-s1000f speedometer clocks disc fork leg

Hey fellow gsx-s1000f owners
i recently bought a damaged 2016 GSX-S1000f but the speedometer is missing
I Need one, if anyone out there has one, also left fork leg, also left front disc and finally a black front mudguard/fender for sale
Thank ye kindly;):x:D:):):)
 

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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.

Rob.
 

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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. :D
 
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No ambient temperature readout as claimed, unfortunately. That saved Suzuki $5. No hazard flashers either, another $5. This company is obsessed with meeting price points.
 

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Not a lot of extra’s but mines got Hazards on it as standard.
UK model


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Mine has hazard flasher also but they are pointless when most other road users disregard/don't see motorcycle indicators.
 

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I like our instrument clusters. The new TFT displays are cool, but really, beyond the first few minutes looking at them, what real advantage do they give you. We should be looking down the road and not staring at the instrument cluster, and when we need some bit of information it should be easy and quick to find so we can get back to looking down the road, and I think ours does this very well.
 

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I've got an ambient temperature readout LCD on mine:
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Thank you. Can this do Fahrenheit too?
No idea I'm afraid, it doesn't seem to have any buttons. Might be worth messaging the seller
 
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