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Instructions: Endurance Instructions in English

Instruction One: Set up the computer for your motorcycle or ATV

Hold down all three buttons together to clear all information from the computer (3 seconds). The computer should enter a “test mode” where it flashes all the digits in sequence. Press any button to enter the programming mode. The cursor will be flashing on ‘km/h’. If mph is desired, press the left button once. Click the MODE button to move to the wheel size setting.

Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

  • All motorcycles with 21” front wheels: 2205mm
  • All ATVs with stock 21” front wheels: 1580mm
  • All ATVs with stock 23” front wheels: 1676mm

To make your own measurement:

Use a flat, hard surface (e.g. driveway, sidewalk), and a piece of chalk or a marking pen.

Mark the sidewall of the tire and the ground at the same point. Roll the vehicle one full revolution until the mark on the sidewall returns to the ground (Tip: for best accuracy, have someone push you while your weight is on the vehicle.) Mark the ground again.

Use a tape measure to calculate the distance between the two marks on the ground. If the measured units are inches, multiply by 25.4 to convert to millimeters.

Once the desired wheel size setting is entered, click the MODE button to move to the clock setting. If a ’12 hour’ clock is desired, click the left button once. Click the right button to move to the actual clock setting.

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

Click the MODE button to move to the oil change reminder. If this feature will not be used, set all numbers to zero. The large number 60 indicates this setting is pre-programmed at 60 (miles or kilometers).

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

    Click the MODE button to move to the maintenance reminder. If this feature will not be used, set all numbers to zero. The small number 2 and two large zeros indicates that the setting is pre-programmed at 200 hundred (miles or kilometers).

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

    Click the MODE button to move to the Odometer (ODO) setting. Enter miles or kilometers ridden to date, if desired.

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

    Click the MODE button to move to the Accumulated Riding Time setting (ART). Enter hours to date, if desired.

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

    If you do not press any button for three seconds, computer will leave the programming mode and return to the main screen.

    Instruction Two: Changing Data Without Losing Information

    Hold down the two outside buttons together to enter programming mode (2 seconds). You will go immediately to the wheel size setting. Click the MODE button to move to the feature you would like to change.

  • Left button changes the flashing digit, right button moves the cursor to the next digit.

 

Instruction Three: Computer Operation

Primary Feature List:

  • DST (trip distance)
  • RT (trip ride time)
  • ODO (odometer)
  • ART (accumulated ride time)
  • MS (maximum speed)
  • TT (total time/stop watch)
  • AS (average speed)
  • Pace Arrow (cannot be modified)-indicates above or below average speed

The computer will start providing information when the wheel of the vehicle starts rolling. It will shut itself off automatically after there has been no activity for 20 minutes.

To set the trip distance (DST) to zero, hold down the left and center buttons together (3 seconds). This will also zero ride time (RT), stop watch or total time (TT), maximum speed (MS) and average speed (AS).

Instruction Four: Modify Trip Distance by tenths

To increase or decrease the trip distance, hold down the MODE button for two seconds. When the trip distance feature is flashing, modify it upwards by clicking the left button. Modify it downwards by clicking the right button.

Instruction Five: Backlight feature

Click the right button to turn the backlight feature on. Light will stay on for five seconds, then turn off automatically to conserve battery power.

Instruction Six: Using the computer for second vehicle

The computer contains two separate menus. To reach the second menu (Bike 2), hold the right button down for five seconds. The backlight will turn on, and off; then the computer will switch to Bike 2. Program for the second vehicle by holding down the two outside buttons together for two seconds. Follow instructions above for Normal Data Setting. If Bike 1 is programmed for kilometers, then Bike 2 must also be programmed for kilometers.

Instruction Seven: Turn off reminder lights when they are blinking

If the oil and/or maintenance reminders are used, the appropriate icon will flash when the distance has been reached. To stop the icon from flashing, enter the Normal Data Setting mode (hold down two outside buttons for two seconds), then click the MODE button until the reminder setting is reached. Simply viewing the setting will stop the icon from flashing. The computer will return to the regular operation screen within five seconds.