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    Tuono 2009

    Just picked up my new baby but struggling to figure out how to change clock settings/trip settings etc. Handbook is worse than useless and I'm all Googled out looking for help. Now I'm not the brightest, so basically I need "Noddy's ABC guide to owning a tuono"!!!

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    Assuming your 09 is like my 08, slide the switch on the left handlebar to Mode, then press the SET button (on the back of the switch) for a couple of seconds and your screen should come up with your MENU. Highlight the SETTINGS menu (not sure if it's highlighted by default or you need to press the SET button once, briefly), then hold the SET button for a few until the menu changes. Highlight TIME SETTINGS, then hold again and do the following: TIME SETTINGS This mode allows you to set the clock. In this function, hours increase by one unit every time the SET button (2) is pressed; when value is 12, it goes back to 1 if the SET button (2) is pressed again. AM indication becomes PM or vice versa when time goes from 11:59 to 12:00. Press the SET button (2) for several seconds to store the value and go to minutes setting mode. Minutes increase by one unit every time the SET button (3) is pressed; when value is 59, it goes back to 0 if the SET button (2) is pressed again. Press the SET button (2) for several seconds to complete the procedure; the instrument panel sets back to SETTINGS menu. From SETTINGS, highlight EXIT, hold the SET button and you should be done.
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    Or just send me a PM with your email address and I'll send you the owner's manual in PDF form.

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    Thank you sooooooooo much! I tried following the instructions in my handbook, but it was the SET button that was throwing me. However having read your guidance and examined the switchgear with a bit better an understanding, it all became clear. I'll fire you a pm with my email address and will be grateful if you'd send the file. Hopefully between that and my handbook I'll not have any other issues. Cheers my friend. Ride safe.

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    Glad I could help. Lord knows many others have helped me! Email sent with the manual. Ride safe....

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    I have a question how do you Permanently switch off the highest speed reached on each trip? I panicked when I saw 90mph staring back at me?

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    When you're at that screen, hold the Set button (in back) for a few seconds and all the numbers should reset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveish View Post
    I have a question how do you Permanently switch off the highest speed reached on each trip? I panicked when I saw 90mph staring back at me?
    Do a track day mate, and you could see 150+ staring back at you . Although, if my Gen 1's anything to go by (with -1, +2 gearing, so reduced top speed), it feels like the wind is trying to tear your head off at 150... though it was quite a blowy day!

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    153 on mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    153 on mine
    . Do you have a Gen1 with the same modified gearing? I reckon on a calm/warm day I could squeeze a few more mph out, so sounds like our set up is much the same!

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    Gen2 here mate -1 so far on front

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    90 , 90 that's cruising speed !!! ------ go into settings on the mode switch and keep little rubber button pressed.
    my record high was 156 showing a clean pair of heels to a power ranger on a blade !!

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    Looks like the bragging has started

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    156 phaw phaw..

    did that on me fizzy..

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    I had a fizzy------- RIP, LBD47L managed the heady heights of oooh !! 50 mph head on clocks feet on the rear rack ................

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    a few weeks ago I had a bike ,oliday with a mate we went to the voges mountain region near Belfort . after a couple of days playing on the hairpins ,

    there was a cycle event on the col de voges ( the highest peak at 1400 m ) there were hundreds of fookin cyclists , clocked some of em clocking 48 mph on steep downhill sections mad fookin mad or what !!!!

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    The panic was due to the evidence staring at me "your honour". 90 is a bit steep for "just popping to the shop". Thanks for the advice lads.

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    oh dear !!! I had an instance of similar nature a couple of months ago . 61 in a 60 !! in a van and we all know vans are allowed a max of 50 !!
    fair play !!

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    Arrf arf, what a larf...

    Must admit I have a habit of resetting my Gen1 clock Max speed recording after each trip. Wouldn't want the wife to see it, or other 'authorities'. They might wonder what track I'd been visiting! . And then bikes all set for the next trip, but being a Tuono it all just happens again...

    Seriously though... remember when 'doing a ton up' was incredibly cool, and a stretch for most bikes. No equivalence today... That said a ton up on some of them old bikes was more dangerous than 150 on the likes of our bikes today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul D View Post
    Arrf arf, what a larf...

    Must admit I have a habit of resetting my Gen1 clock Max speed recording after each trip. Wouldn't want the wife to see it, or other 'authorities'. They might wonder what track I'd been visiting! . And then bikes all set for the next trip, but being a Tuono it all just happens again...

    Seriously though... remember when 'doing a ton up' was incredibly cool, and a stretch for most bikes. No equivalence today... That said a ton up on some of them old bikes was more dangerous than 150 on the likes of our bikes today.
    same sort of thing applies with cars !! national speed limits for motorways were set in the early 70!s when the suez crisis was in full swing , it was put in place as a fuel conserving exercise.

    other speed limits such as 50 and 60 are a bit draconian in some circumstances as vehicles of today have better brakes , handling , safety systems etc etc

    looking back to when I had a Kawasaki s1c 250 95 mph was terrifying , drum brakes and spindly forks etc . its a wonder I,m still here

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