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OK I have read and experimented until I am slightly mad. I can't get the menu for the custom map.

Custom map shows on the dash, engine running (or not) and pressing the set for anything up to 20 seconds and no menu saying 'setting C map' as per instruction manual.

Has anyone else had this and what was the solution (except alcohol)?
 

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OK I have read and experimented until I am slightly mad. I can't get the menu for the custom map.

Custom map shows on the dash, engine running (or not) and pressing the set for anything up to 20 seconds and no menu saying 'setting C map' as per instruction manual.

Has anyone else had this and what was the solution (except alcohol)?
Hi Manic, I managed to set my custom map by;
- Pressing ENGINE START button to select CUSTOM map
- Once CUSTOM map is selected, I wait for CUSTOM map to stop flashing
- Then press SET until SET CUSTOM MAP is on the screen
- Once SET CUSTOM MAP is indicated on the screen, proceed to enter with OK

Keep note that the SET / OK buttons do not necessarily need to be pressed and held for 20s. You can just try clicking (short press) it multiple times until you see SET CUSTOM MAP. I hope this helps!

When I got my Rivale my left switch was not functional.. Both SET / OK buttons did not work, could you confirm if your left switch is functional or not? I had my mechanic go over the wiring and it was just a loose connection which we fixed. After the fix, everything works.
 
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...can't get the menu for the custom map.
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Engine RUNNING
-both feet on the ground, no gear engaged, evidently-

As above select CUSTOM with the start/map button on the right.
SET button, on the left hand control will bring the 'setting C map' on dash.
OK button will cycle the menu items.

The setup menu was the same accross the lineup for Brutale, Rivale or F3 of the same generation.

The SET micro-switch under the rubber cap might be balky.
-Hard to locate or activate micro-switch might even happen with people-
Otherwise the configuration protocol works with all older models.


If you ride or teach with slow pokes or crawling, creeping wind-broken contraptions;
Royal-Enfield, Ural, Mash et all, comes to mind,
you need customizing bad.
Rain mode on the Stradale won't be enough.


BTW
RAIN mode on the early Stradale has funny quirks :surprise:




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I think that the controls themself and how they work are a bit....stupid. Compare this with a magnificant Ducati interface...yeah MV's is bad.
But once you setup your custom mode you'd get the feeling on how it works.
 
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