The main display is optimized for riding possibles. The number on the left is the distance to the next possible in hundredths of miles. The number in the middle is your differential time (early/late status). The number on the right is the keytime seconds. This is one of four displays that are sequentially selected each time you press the MAIN button. The sequence is MinuteMinder, CheckSync, OdoSpeedo, Keytime, and then back to MinuteMinder. Press either the UP or DOWN to switch to the MileMinder.
This display appears whenever you press the UP or DOWN button. Your odometer is on the left and your differential time is on the right. Continue pressing UP or DOWN to adjust your mileage. When done, the display automatically returns to the MinuteMinder. Note: Press the UP button when you are next to the mileage marker and the odo will freeze so you can adjust your mileage to match it if neccessary. No need to stop, new mileage is accumulated in the background.
If you get out on a long road section you can switch to full odo and speedo.
When you come into a check, simply press the MAIN button and this screen will appear. Your current mileage is on the left and the word "chec" will flash on the right. Leave the display here and two things will happen: your mileage will be syncronized to the correct check point mileage and you will start your 3 for free. The display will automatically return to the main display, no need to wait or push any buttons, just take off.
When the next possible is more than a mile away a decimal point will appear in the left number. Once the next possible is less than a mile the decimal point goes away. This display indicates the next possible is at least 1.2 miles away and you are 1 sec late (indicated by the dashes on either side of the center number).
Once you are more than 1 minute early or late the center number includes a colon, indicating minutes and tens of seconds. For example, in this display you are at least 1 minute and 30 seconds early. The 1:3 would be flashing since you are early and the dashes on either side disappear. Once you are less than a minute early or late the display returns to showing full seconds.
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This display shows your full keytime. This is the elapsed time since the start.
Dual Sport displays
This is the main dual sport display. Your full odo is on the left and your speed is on the right. You can configure the speed display to show your current speed, your average over time, or your average over distance
Your speed averages are shown in this display. On the left is your average over time, in the middle is your current speed, and on the right is your average over distance. The average over distance is your average while you are moving. Using the DOWN button you can display these averages to 2 decimal places (one at a time).
You can view your elapsed time, your riding time, the time of day or a stopwatch in these displays. The elapsed display is shown above. The decimal point next to the "E" indicates the stopwatch is active.
This is a general purpose trip that is easily reset to zero. On the right is a GP clock. Great for measuring short distances.