Hold down the "A" button ( on the left ) until the time flashes.
Adjust with the "B" button ( on the right )
You just alternate back and forth adjusting hours, then minutes,
then once set have both numbers flashing and press the 'B" button.
Press the left hand button for a few seconds untill the hour on the clock starts to flash. Release the button and press the right hand button untill you get the hour you want. Then press the Left hand button again untill you see the minutes start to flash. Press the Right Hand button untill you get the minutes you require. Press the LH button again untill both the hour and minutes start to flash and then press the RH button for the last time and Hej presto problem solved.
I took my bike for a ride today, and it ran like total crap. It was a surging bucking unridable mess! It would hardly even idle. Almost every red light I pulled up to, the RPM's would drop, and the bike would stall. trying to restart was a lot of trouble, the bike would crank and crank, before...
I'm currently assembling the ZX-12R in Japan. (I've taken three A1s in the past.)
Quickly, I made a rear seat up hinge! (Photo shows the prototype)
There are three things that make it different from what has been sold in the past
Torque hinge can be used to hold any angle.
Parts other than...
Question about autotune, I've installed it and calibrated the gears and done a couple runs to get the initial trims sent them to the fuel map and everything is working well really happy with it.
My question is how lean and how rich can you go. There seems to be 2 schools of thought...
2003 Ace Performance cyl head
A1 cams at 105/108 CL
2000 short block.
Cooper back cut trans
Stock crank and rods
KZScott preped Wossner 1199 turbo pistons.
Didn't want to let perfectly good parts sit on the shelf.... :)