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post #1 of 3 Old May 13th, 2019, 6:21 am Thread Starter
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How do you read and how do those information work on computer board
One says 32g
One says 43g
I don’t understand how does it work ... it seems those numbers never changent ...
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post #2 of 3 Old May 13th, 2019, 7:12 am
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Re: Miles per Gallon

It might help to have a bit more information from you. What year is your bike and what exactly are you trying to work out.
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How do you read and how do those information work on computer board
One says 32g
One says 43g
I don’t understand how does it work ... it seems those numbers never changent ...
Unless they are different in other parts of the world, the trip computer displays ambient air temp, miles per gallon, miles to go before out of gas, and average speed. These modes can be cycled through with the BC button on the right hand switch cluster or with the mode button on the trip computer itself. These are continuous running totals, You can reset the MPG and average MPH and let it start calculating from that point again by holding in the reset button while displaying those values. Miles to go is calculated on the fuel measured in the tank and your current MPG.

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