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Old 01-11-2007, 02:35 PM   #1
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'07 (or '06) gixxer 6 or 7 help - rpm indicator light (rev light/shift light)

Any of you guys have your owners guide handy or remember how to change the rpm indicator light.

I have mine set to 7000 right now, for the 500 mile break in. Now I need to bump it up to 11,000 but don't have my manual with me at work and I forgot to do it this morning before I left the house.

Anyone?

I can do it once I get home of course but would be nice if I could do it before I head home.
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if you figure it out let me know, I'm too lazy to look in the manual
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Old 01-11-2007, 10:38 PM   #3
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I'm sitting in front of my computer with my head turned sideways, now my neck hurts. Thanks. seriously thanks
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yeah cept I was already gone for the day......oh well. Didn't ride today, didn't feel like getting caught in the rain.
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Old 02-27-2007, 02:15 PM   #7
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I get to use it again, finally over 1000 miles so i can bump the light up higher....
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I get to use it again, finally over 1000 miles so i can bump the light up higher....
only 1k?
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Old 02-27-2007, 02:39 PM   #9
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uma try to turn the key to the off postion and then hold the select key for 5 sec.....then turn the key back to the on postion. thats how you do it on my bike...... Yamaha 06 r6..

this gets you in to the computer.

you prolly going to need a owner manual
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only 1k?
Yeah.....just over 1k......haven't had much time to ride on the weekends or anything so its all just back and forth to work when its not raining. Too much going on on the weekends with my son's basketball and we run our own business so that takes up a lot of time too. Once the weather gets nicer I plan to get out on some rides on the weekends. (basketball is over this weekend)
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