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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-19-2015, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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In changing my clocks to KM for my European trip on my Brutale RR I think I may have accidentally reset the service interval. What's the mileage for the first (post-620 mile) service?

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I guess I mean first 'proper' service, or if I were to write in correct English, second service!
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Has someone not posted a "how to" for resetting the service interval?
3750 mile is the service interval on the B3s


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Problem is I reset it too early accidentally when changing to KM - just press both buttons from memory for 10 secs to get to dealer menu.
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The service interval is not dependent on the clocks telling you, it's overall mileage you go by, so when your getting to 3750 miles/ 6000km just book it in as normal, the dealer will reset it when he services it (bringing it back to normal), just tell him what's happened. Then start saving for the biggie at 7500 miles 😀. The service intervals are in your handbook and also on the handbook from your little memory stick that comes with your docs and if all that fails download the manual from Donsy's site.

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The service interval is not dependent on the clocks telling you, it's overall mileage you go by, so when your getting to 3750 miles/ 6000km just book it in as normal.
Yes, I understand that, that's why I was asking at what mileage it was required after accidentally resetting it.

I thought it was 6000km and it is. Booked in already.

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