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    raider hour reset

    is it possible to reset the hours on the raider if so how?


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    Buy a new gage I don't think anyone knows how to do it on purpose? but I read that it been done by accident, JMHO Z

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    in a way i guss that's a good thing

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    Here is what I did on my rebuilds I took a black marker and inside the hull I wrote what I did( hot rods crank,pro=x mm over jetting specs and etc)
    then I also noted the hours so I would have a good reference point that I couldn't lose

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    Here is what I did on my rebuilds I took a black marker and inside the hull I wrote what I did( hot rods crank,pro=x mm over jetting specs and etc)
    then I also noted the hours so I would have a good reference point that I couldn't lose
    i was thinking of getting a tack with an hour meeter

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    you cannot reset it. I've wanted to do so with my gp1200 after the engine rebuild. I wrote it in an notebook the amount of hours and calculated when the next service is due. You can buy aftermarket hour meters, but as far as I know they can't be reset either. I think it has something to do for warantyclaims fraud or something

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