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Just got my Fury a few days ago....and I cant seem to figure out how to adjust the clock from 24hr time to 12hr time.....Can anyone help?
 

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Just got my Fury a few days ago....and I cant seem to figure out how to adjust the clock from 24hr time to 12hr time.....Can anyone help?
I don't recall seeing anything about swapping to a 12 hour format in the manual when I was looking for how to set the clock. I seen it was 24 hour when adjusting it and was ok with it as that's what I have almost all my time pieces set to.

It is a bit odd for it to be in 24 hour by default and not have a way to go into 12 hour that I/we know of.
 

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Hey DeadSpider,can you please tell me what numbers in the vin tell you what number the bike is of how many?
It's the last series of #'s in the VIN from what PREDATOR told me in another post. But it's basically only cool if you have the SE as only 500 will be made/"painted" :p
 

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lol, I don't know if those vin numbers work for the other models besides the Matte Silver SE version.... sorry :(
 

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Help!!!

Guys no one has helped me figure this out....does anyone know how to set the clock to 12hr time?
 

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I could not figure it out either. I read the book and it didn't say how. I think it is a 24 and thats it.
 

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It's the last series of #'s in the VIN from what PREDATOR told me in another post. But it's basically only cool if you have the SE as only 500 will be made/"painted" :p
Sorry but the last 6 digits in the VIN are a sequential number that tells the number of units made in that production year (in this case 2010) so you have the 318th Fury built.

Changing the clock does not seem possible, I looked thru the shop manual and it is not addressed anywhere in there either, I might asked the Honda roadman next time I see him.
 

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Sorry but the last 6 digits in the VIN are a sequential number that tells the number of units made in that production year (in this case 2010) so you have the 318th Fury built.
Sounds good to me... my post was based off of hearsay which was basically stated in the quoted post :p Thanks for the information, I figured it was just a general Unit Number or something of the like.
 

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mine was probably made the same day # 341, these units don't come with build tags the way the VTXs and wings do, so it's not as easy to tell what day/shift they are built, the red one I prepped the other dy was 15xx (something) so they are shipping them out pretty fast, we also got a silver that is 381.
 
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