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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
okay,for one,the odometer doesnt read in miles per hr,it reads miles driven, and two i have no idea if its possible to change the odometer to km traveled,if you're talking about the speedometer,its already there,get a european cluster :p
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
If you are experiencing a "shimmy" that only occurs at a certain speed, I'd suspect a tire balance issue. If it were in the alignment, the problem would manifest itself at all speeds not just at 60 mph. There's a chance that a wheel weight fell off or the tires have uneven wear. If you do have uneven wear on the tires, then you may worn front end parts that need to be dealt with. Incorrect tire pressure can cause uneven wear as well. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: Km to Mph for 04' GG 450FSE
Copied from the manual. You can download it here: http://www.gasgasmotos.es/rcs/manual...04_fse_eng.zip Quote: To change to kilometers per hour or miles per hour: - Disconnect the battery. (the total distance will be saved). - Re-connect the battery whilst holding down either button and it will read either; met -- for km/h mil --- for mp/h - The white plastic block connector on the speedo is for the display backlight. - The red wire is positve. - The black wire is negative. - Warning; your speedo is set for the diameter of your front wheel enduro 21 supermoto 17 If you get the display to read a 00 then you are in the rolling radius changing mode. you can trim the speed to run fast or slow. It ranges from a-25 to a 25. NOTE Standard setting is a 00 we recommend you keep it at that. 0.0 Trip distance 0000,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Put key in on position with engine off.
Hold Info & Back button together for a few seconds on steering wheel.
Scroll thorugh with info button Till you see it say Kilometers.
Hold Back Button.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Check wheel balance,
check steering linkages for loosness - such as tie rod ends, steering rack linkages etc,
check driveline for worn/loose joints and bearings.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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