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*Originally Posted by burchy [+]


There's an option in the software to alter the date to the next due time and this can be set to , say, 10 years forward if they can't find the "disable" button

That's what my dealer did for me  because I service my bikes myself. He set it so it missed the next 2 services but didn't want to set it any further into the future because all the details get automatically sent to kawasaki.
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 Mine is a 2021 model and had the Kawasaki service light come on last summer.  This can be turned off by the dealer but must be done with KDS kit.  I watched my dealer do it for me

There's an option in the software to alter the date to the next due time and this can be set to , say, 10 years forward if they can't find the "disable" button
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No problem in the past with them switching mine off. Got my mate to remap mine last year (2019 model) and my service light had just come on and he couldn't turn mine off. Usually he can do the same as the dealer can. I've never bothered about it ( just the small spanner) but next time I'm passing my dealer I'll call in.
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Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone else has had this issue or know of it. Had the bike in for a service at Kawasaki dealer and they were unable to to clear/reset the service light and update the CPU. I could see them trying to do it on the PC but it just wouldn't accept it. There are no fault codes but it flashes up the big solid SERVICE word at startup and continues with the spanner symbol. They said they have come across a couple of bikes with this issue of that year model in the 650 as well as the 1000

Just wondering if anyone else has come across this.

Regards
Leachy
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New Members / Re: Newbie from Northants
« Last post by Topbox on Yesterday at 07:03:08 pm »
*Originally Posted by Bailz [+]
Very very low mileage for a 2017 which is what sold me on it.

Silly question... being new to European road trips on the bike but an old hand in the car, is there any adjustment required to the headlights? I have a 2017 Astra which apparently has it's light aligned to work on both sides of the road and wondered if newer bikes had the same 'feature'.

The lights do not need any adjustment. Motorcycle lights these days are set straight ahead and not handed.

TB
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*Originally Posted by robygun [+]
The brackets are cut and bent shelf brackets..  :001:

Only the tips vibrate, just a little..

Nice job on your modifications. Not easy sometimes to make brackets that have complex angles in them. I made a set one time for something, and there was a lot back-and-forth efforts to get the angles just right. Though their material was 3mm thick. I imagine that sheet stock would be easier to achieve the final product.

Enjoy your improved ride.
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Mods and Appearance / Re: A couple of aerodynamic changes, Versys1000 2019
« Last post by robygun on Yesterday at 10:46:10 am »
The brackets are cut and bent shelf brackets..  :001:

Only the tips vibrate, just a little..

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The knee spoilers are great  :028: Well done.
Now you should invent spoilers for the feet.

How did you make the brackets?
Do the spoilers vibrate while riding?
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Mods and Appearance / Re: A couple of aerodynamic changes, Versys1000 2019
« Last post by robygun on March 02, 2024, 05:50:47 pm »
Sure, but on top of the windshield supports I have the navigator... I can't tilt the tracks
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Mods and Appearance / Re: A couple of aerodynamic changes, Versys1000 2019
« Last post by TowerMan on March 02, 2024, 05:43:00 pm »
You can also do this by putting pack washers under the lower screen supports, that mounts it onto the front fairing under the front vanity panel. It tilts the whole screen mechanism back  :031:

 Gives the same effect but then looks more OEM ish  :028:
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