Thread: It was a cold first ride!
02-02-2008, 09:44 AM #1
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It was a cold first ride!
Hi everyone! I rode my first RXP last weekend down in Atlanta....
39 degrees with a cold wind ! But it ROCKED!! WOW! Things have
really changed for the better, the last sitdown I owned I bought in 93.
Needless to say, I now own a 2006 RXP!! (Along with my 93 750 SX!)
Although I only rode for about 10 minutes, I noticed that the speedometer
was in metric. Is there a way to change it to mph, or is that the way
it is? I didn't really have time to mess around with it, I was trying to
avoid freezing! Can anyone help me with this?
I really look forward to keeping up with other riders.... dragging behind a group of
sit down riders really sucks when you are the only one on a stand up!!
NOT ANY MORE!!
02-02-2008, 10:11 AM #2
Congrats Zrtsx - I'm sure the thrill of that first ride kept you plenty warm - but 39 degrees - no way would I do that!
02-02-2008, 10:16 AM #3
Congrats on your new "sea bullet"....lol ... About the speedometer readings, The ECM uses memory coding which displays the sensor values on your dash or instrument panel according to its setting. You can call RIVA CREW Tel: (954) 785-4820 and ask them about this to find a solution. Maybe some members in the forum here have been through this already and can help you out and correct me if I am wrong...... or you can try one of the SEA DOO dealers on your location to help you out with the B.U.D.S and fix it.
02-02-2008, 11:40 AM #4
Congrats on your new found speed.
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