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ok does anyone know if there is a way of changing the clock settings so it will read in "AM/PM" instead of 24hr/military time?? i haven't been able to find anything on it... you would think there would BOUND TO BE a way to change it.. not everyone is in the military and tells people to meet them at the bar at 2100 hrs!!!!! anyone got any solutions??
 

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Don't know, either. I'm not sure you can as there is no indication in the owners manual. I can use 24Hr. time but don't want to.
 

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the dealership told me there is no way to make it am/pm. And since i am typing i have a lil story to tell....ok i made my first payment at 2300 miles then the next day i ran over a screw and now i need a new tire. Long story short Dunlap just started makin this size tire in the 200/50/18 and they want 250 just for the tire so i do some hunting and find i can get a metzler the same for 200$ so i order the tire and then i relize no one has posted a fury doing a burnout. So i figure why not i need a new tire anyway lets make a video, ok so i get on the bike and the tape strarts rolling. I lite the fury up in the shop and in less than 30 seconds you can only see the tail light and it felt good. Furyion will post the video A.S.A.P it is wild.
 

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Umm yea not to make you look dumb but i dont think the clock on the bike is there for am/pm time keeping. Its there to keep track of how many hours the bike has been running. And before you post a thread on "how to get miles off you bike by rolling it backwards"...its not gonna work.
 

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As a veteran, I'm used to the 24 hour clock. At least for the non 24 hour clock users, it works great until 12:59 p.m. :)
So what your saying is time is broke after 12:59pm for the civilian world? :p

Ive been working the river since 2001 and since then almost all my time revolves around the 24 hour format. It was nice to see the clock had a 24hour time piece.
 

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Umm yea not to make you look dumb but i dont think the clock on the bike is there for am/pm time keeping. Its there to keep track of how many hours the bike has been running. And before you post a thread on "how to get miles off you bike by rolling it backwards"...its not gonna work.
i believe you are wrong. it's not a counter. it's just a clock without (as far as i know) an am/pm option.
 

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Um yea, I believe that 7point6 is incorrect also. what would be the point in counting the hours the motor was running? That's what the odometer is for
And I guess you could always reset the clock every 12 hours. LOL
 

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Goodness sakes! Don't drive your self crazy over it. If it's that much of a problem, go to the dollar store and buy one of the tiny digital clocks and use the double-sided sticky tape on the back to attach it to your speedo. Or perhaps you could wear a watch?
 

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Yeah I mean really military time is not difficult!If thats the only gripe with the bike sound pretty minor.I may be mad if the clock was Roman numerals that would suck LOL!
 

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Works perfect for me :D In by 0700 out by 1630 :cool:
 

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Puny civilians...:)
 

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i dont care what time it is when i am riding.so,crap on the clock.
 
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