Never attempt to tamper with or alter the vehicle odometer. This is illegal. Tampering with or altering a vehicle odometer may cause equipment damage. (00160a)
The trigger switch is located on the front of the left hand control. See Controls and Indicators → Hand Controls → Hand Controls and Switches.
See Figure 1. The odometer shows the total accumulated mileage for the motorcycle. Press the trigger switch to cycle through different odometer functions. The odometer can be displayed while the motorcycle is turned off by pressing the trigger switch.
Changing units: Use the setup function in the radio to change the odometer units to ENGLISH UNITS or METRIC. See BOOM! BOX OWNER'S MANUAL. All odometer functions display the selected units.
Trip Odometers
See Figure 1. The two trip odometers (A and B) display the total accumulated mileage since they were last reset. To check, press and release the trigger switch until the desired trip odometer (A or B) is displayed.
Reset: With the desired trip odometer displayed (A or B), press and hold the trigger switch until the selected trip odometer resets to zero.
Fuel Range
See Figure 1. The fuel range display shows the approximate mileage available with the amount of fuel left in the fuel tank. The range display is only updated when the vehicle is moving.
Display Fuel Range: With the motorcycle turned on or in accessory mode, press the trigger switch until fuel range is displayed. The fuel range shows the letter "R" in the left side of the display. The calculated remaining distance (miles or kilometers) to empty is displayed, based on the amount of fuel in the tank.
Low Fuel: The fuel range is automatically displayed in the odometer when the low fuel lamp is on. The odometer displays "LO RNG" when the fuel range drops to 10 miles or 10 kilometers. The motorcycle is nearly out of fuel. Refuel as soon as possible. Refer to Specifications → Specifications → Capacities.
Turn Off Automatic Low Fuel Popup: With the fuel range displayed, hold the trigger switch until the fuel range flashes two times. To turn this feature back on, hold the trigger switch until the fuel range flashes once.
Reset: Resetting the low fuel warning lamp and fuel range requires sufficient fuel in the tank and an ignition cycle change (RUN-OFF-RUN).
Adding at least 7.6 L (2 USgal) of fuel allows the fuel range to update. The fuel range slowly updates over the next 48 km (30 mi) after refueling.
Battery Reconnection and Initialization: If the battery is disconnected and reconnected, the gauge requires approximately a half tank of fuel to initialize fuel range functionality.
Tire Pressure
See Figure 1. The TPMS monitors and displays the tire pressure for both the front and the rear wheels in the odometer window.
A sensor is attached inside each tire at the valve stem. The sensors send a signal to the motorcycle at varying intervals depending on whether the vehicle is in motion or parked on the jiffy stand.
Display tire pressure: Press the trigger switch to display the front (FR) tire pressure. Press the trigger switch again to display the rear (RR) tire pressure.
Low tire pressure: When low tire pressure is detected, the odometer window shows the affected tire and pressure data. Safely stop the vehicle and use a tire pressure gauge to check the pressure of each affected tire. Inflate the tires according to specifications in Specifications → Specifications → Specified Tires or as specified on the label on the frame downtube.
  • Do not use the TPMS system as a pressure gauge when adding or removing air from a tire. Sensor data is sent to the TPMS at varying intervals (depending on whether the vehicle is in motion, parked on the jiffy stand, or has a significant change in tire pressure). The tire pressure data may not refresh immediately when adding or removing air from the tire. Over- or under-inflation can result.
  • Specifications → Specifications → Specified Tires indicates the specified pressure for tires when they are cold (vehicle parked for at least three hours). Tire pressure will increase as the tires get warm.
No tire pressure data: If the system does not have information for the current tire pressure, the odometer window displays dashes for the affected tires (such as FR -- ). This can be caused by lack of a recent signal from the TPMS sensors or other malfunction. Check the low tire pressure/TPMS malfunction lamp. See Controls and Indicators → Instruments.
Tire pressure data is also displayed in the radio. See Controls and Indicators → Boom! Box Vehicle Status and the BOOM! BOX OWNER'S MANUAL for more information.
Tip Indicator
If tip occurs, check all controls for proper operation. Restricted control movement can adversely affect the performance of the brakes, clutch or ability to shift, which could result in loss of vehicle control and death or serious injury. (00350a)
See Figure 2. If the motorcycle is tipped over, the word "tIP" appears in the odometer window and four-way flashers will operate. The engine cannot start until the tip condition is reset. See Operation → Starting after Tipover to reset.
No Fob Message
If the motorcycle is driven away without the fob, 'NO FOB' temporarily displays in the odometer window.
Without the fob, the motorcycle can only be started with a manual PIN entry to disarm the security system. See SECURITY SYSTEM → Arming and Disarming.
Sidestand Message
See Figure 2. Some vehicles have a jiffy stand interlock feature. If the jiffy stand is lowered while the motorcycle is in gear or while riding, a "SidEStAnd" message scrolls across the odometer . See Controls and Indicators → Jiffy Stand Interlock: International Models.
Clearing message (before starting motorcycle): Place transmission in neutral or raise jiffy stand.
Clearing message (while riding): Safely bring the motorcycle to a stop. Raise jiffy stand.
Clearing message (temporarily): Press the trigger switch. The message clears momentarily before displaying again.
Fork Locked Message
See Figure 2. A "Fork Locked" message scrolls across the odometer to indicate that the fork lock knob is not in the unlocked position. Fully rotate the fork lock knob into the unlocked position to clear the message and enable the starter.
2Trip odometers (A, B, reset)
3Fuel range (low fuel range)
4Front tire pressure
5Rear tire pressure
6Trigger switch (left hand control)
Figure 1. Odometer Functions
1Tip indicator
2Sidestand message
3Fork locked message
Figure 2. Tip, Sidestand and Fork Locked Messages