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    Trim neutral position of IBR

    Saw this referred to in other posts. From my Ops. guide (2012 PX):

    When in neutral, if the watercraft creeps foward or backward, the IBR system may be trimmed.

    If the watercraft is moving fowards, momentarily press the DOWN button.

    If the watercraft is moving backwards, momentarily press the UP button.

    NOTE: Press the UP/DOWN button repeatedly until proper adjustment of the neutral position is attained and the watercraft stops moving.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vman View Post
    Saw this referred to in other posts. From my Ops. guide (2012 PX):

    When in neutral, if the watercraft creeps foward or backward, the IBR system may be trimmed.

    If the watercraft is moving fowards, momentarily press the DOWN button.

    If the watercraft is moving backwards, momentarily press the UP button.

    NOTE: Press the UP/DOWN button repeatedly until proper adjustment of the neutral position is attained and the watercraft stops moving.
    My iS is moving backwards at an alarming rate in neutral. BRP has been made aware via a video I shot and we'll see how they react. That adjustment would make perfect sense and I wish my iS had something like that. I wonder it that's a software/firmware update issue???

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNSANE View Post
    My iS is moving backwards at an alarming rate in neutral. BRP has been made aware via a video I shot and we'll see how they react. That adjustment would make perfect sense and I wish my iS had something like that. I wonder it that's a software/firmware update issue???
    This is my first IBR... I thought that they would all have that feature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vman View Post
    Saw this referred to in other posts. From my Ops. guide (2012 PX):

    When in neutral, if the watercraft creeps foward or backward, the IBR system may be trimmed.

    If the watercraft is moving fowards, momentarily press the DOWN button.

    If the watercraft is moving backwards, momentarily press the UP button.

    NOTE: Press the UP/DOWN button repeatedly until proper adjustment of the neutral position is attained and the watercraft stops moving.
    I played with this on the weekend, it definitely works. The adjustments are very minor and it lets you know with a scrolling message on the screen saying neutral adjustment or something

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    I'll end up taking mine off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNSANE View Post
    My iS is moving backwards at an alarming rate in neutral. BRP has been made aware via a video I shot and we'll see how they react. That adjustment would make perfect sense and I wish my iS had something like that. I wonder it that's a software/firmware update issue???
    Your iS should def. have this Adjustment. I would Think ALL IBR 'Ski's would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxxed View Post
    Your iS should def. have this Adjustment. I would Think ALL IBR 'Ski's would.

    So would I. I even tried, but no luck. Mine is way out of whack. Give it a minute and it will back up in Neutral just as fast as it would be if I was holding the brake handle open at idle. BRP has seen the vid and I'm going to give them a chance before I make the vid public. I hope it's something that can be updated. That would be the smart thing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNSANE View Post
    So would I. I even tried, but no luck. Mine is way out of whack. Give it a minute and it will back up in Neutral just as fast as it would be if I was holding the brake handle open at idle. BRP has seen the vid and I'm going to give them a chance before I make the vid public. I hope it's something that can be updated. That would be the smart thing to do.
    That sucks you don't have the adjustment... maybe they can calibrate it on BUDs? Tiny would be the guy who could find out for us.

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