I know no bike that needs the dash (or dials) to run. The dash is only for showing things, not a Proccessing unit of any sort.Is it true that the dash does not affect the ignition/performance at all? I've been told that we can remove the dash and the bike would run fine.
If that's so, it's a big relief since this thing would be impossible to have fixed in most places.
My last (and only) new bike was in 1971. I buy older used bikes and the newest bike of the 4 that I currently own was built in 96 and it has simple gauges.I know no bike that needs the dash (or dials) to run. The dash is only for showing things, not a Proccessing unit of any sort.
I have an early 2016 and ridden the later models, all I can see in the display is a reflection of my white Shoei helmet, put me off completely swapping to an Adventure Sport.It's the worst display I've ever had on a bike. I can't believe it's actually legal because it's unreadable during the day (unless the sun is behind you) and unless you stare at it you cannot see the rpm either. With the bright colour displays available on the market today this is a disgrace by Honda to fit this on a 2018 model.
this is true and untrue!The TFT on the 2020 model is horrendously complicated.
To be fair, this is the nature of these incredible displays showing everything and doing everything known to man and beast.
It does make me think that I miss the old simple dials!
As I speak I am going through the manual!
ha, hope so.this is true and untrue!
as there are numerous displays you can cycle through, some of them being really sparse!
Keep playing you'll surprise yourself lol
There is an 890mm option and the standard seat goes up to 870mm.What rules it out for me as a contender is the height reduction. If I had wanted a lower bike I would have bought a standard bike in 2018. Producing a taller sports version, with a larger tank was just what I was waiting for. So despite the "improvements" the new bike is a step backwards.