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So who are the lucky ones who get access to the "Maintenance" mode (temp, tire pressure etc.) on the display? The manual states it's only present on certain models. Hmmm...its not an option on my bike (US version).
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not on mine either (UK), that said the display is not so easy to use so less on it the better!
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Not on mine either , or if it is i don't know where
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Tyre Temp and Pressure on a OEM bike/MV ? Are you for real

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Tyre Temp and Pressure on a OEM bike/MV ? Are you for real
Well yes.... this is an $18K bike and it's in the manual. My last 2 BMW's displayed tire pressure as part of the TPMS.... Just wondering which models have it???
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i have a hunch that is mv's way of saying even they are wishful thinking as far as the display being easy to use or having more options. lol

yeah i was wondering why they put all that stuff in the manual i haven't seen anyone post that they could get any of those options with the bike.
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