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Any Boston area riders?
Congrats !!!

SilentService (Chuck)is in your neck of the woods...other's too.

Me, I can't take the winters. :ahhh:
 

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thanks man! winters are tough (not too bad this year).

i'll be sure to contact them once I pick this baby up. I used to live in ATL - love me some waffle house!
 

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Well done mate, she looks good :) I am new to MV as well
 

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Congratulations. I test rode an F3 but found it too mental for our speed laws in Australia.
Loved it otherwise.
 

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how does that work with insuring the bike? do you not have to get it insured if its purely "track only"?
 

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If its not registered you do not need insurance. However, if you have a loan on the bike you may need some insurance against theft/fire/etc. It's in your best interest to have a policy to prevent against a total loss in these instances.
 

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Hey all! Going to be a proud new owner of this '13 F3 675. Taking delivery on April 1. Can't wait!!

Any Boston area riders?
Congratulations, looks awesome, I too recently purchased a F3 675, I see yours looks like it has a couple of Carbon Fiber goodies on it also :naughty:
 

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does anyone know how to set the clock on this thing? I press the up arrow to cycle through to the clock settings, then press the down arrow to toggle the hour, but i cant seem to set it. When i press set or Ok, nothing happens.

any advice?
 

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does anyone know how to set the clock on this thing? I press the up arrow to cycle through to the clock settings, then press the down arrow to toggle the hour, but i cant seem to set it. When i press set or Ok, nothing happens.

any advice?
You must not have received the user's manual with the bike. The clock setting is spelled out there. Digital versions of the appropriate user's manual are available on this forum. Anyway, here's the process:

4.4.5. Clock settings
To carry out clock settings, press the "SET" button
until viewing the "CLOCK SETTING" caption.

WARNING
The display modes may be changed or set
when the engine is off, the gear in neutral, the
motorbike stationary with your feet on the
ground. Do not change the display while driving.

Press the "OK" button for less than four seconds; the
hour digit begins to flash.
By pressing the "OK" button again for less than four
seconds, the hour digit is increased by going to the following
numeric value.
Press the "OK" button for over four seconds; the
selected hour digit is confirmed. If instead one presses
the "SET" button for less than four seconds the setting
procedure is interrupted.
After having carried out the hour digit setting, the
dashboard automatically switches to the minute digit
setting. The minute digit begins to flash.
By pressing the "OK" button for less than four
seconds, the minute digit is increased by going to the
following numeric value.
Press the "OK" button for over four seconds; the
selected minute digit is confirmed and the dashboard
returns to "CLOCK" mode. If instead one presses the
"SET" button for less than four seconds the setting procedure
is interrupted.
 
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