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Change from °F to °C (LCD Display)

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sguerrero
Does anybody know how to change the temperature from °F to °C? I was able to update miles to kilometers, but that was all.

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noltz
You can't change it, it's Fahrenheit for everyone, wish I could get Celsius

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Guest Ralph
My UK bike is in C but we cant get F.
So it looks like your stuck with what ever the market norm is.

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sguerrero
Sounds like a ECU Flash might do the trick...just a guess

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wickedtwister
Check in the owners manual I think you can change it. I know I changed to kph somehow and could not figure out how to get it back. Opened owners manual and it was easy.

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noltz
US and Mexico units as far as i can tell come with F, mine's from Mexico and came in F, which i hate because we don't use that

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sguerrero
US and Mexico units as far as i can tell come with F, mine's from Mexico and came in F, which i hate because we don't use that
I totally hear you. I'm used to C.  
Here is a tip:
 
Take F reading then subtract 30 then divide by 2 to convert to C
 
Example: 60F - 30 = 30/2 = 15C is not exact conversion but keeps your mind busy.
 
 
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sguerrero
Check in the owners manual I think you can change it. I know I changed to kph somehow and could not figure out how to get it back. Opened owners manual and it was easy.
You can only update Mi to Km and viceversa, but it will not make a change in temp. 

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Guest Ralph
I've tried all sorts of key presses to see if I can hack my way into hidden
menus but the 07 seems to be pretty locked up not found a way in yet.
 

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Mr.Puss
US and Mexico units as far as i can tell come with F, mine's from Mexico and came in F, which i hate because we don't use that
I totally hear you. I'm used to C.  
Here is a tip:
 
Take F reading then subtract 30 then divide by 2 to convert to C
 
Example: 60F - 30 = 30/2 = 15C is not exact conversion but keeps your mind busy.
 

Brilliant, why was this method never explained to me? thank you. 

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hippiebikerchick
US and Mexico units as far as i can tell come with F, mine's from Mexico and came in F, which i hate because we don't use that
I totally hear you. I'm used to C.  
Here is a tip:
 
Take F reading then subtract 30 then divide by 2 to convert to C
 
Example: 60F - 30 = 30/2 = 15C is not exact conversion but keeps your mind busy.
 

And for our northernmost members if it's -40F no math is needed!  :D 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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mjh937
There are a couple where you can just reverse the digits 61°F = 16°C and 82°F = 28°C. 104°F = 40°C, so if you drop the 1 you can reverse the remaining digits.

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rick
-40c = -40F! I have freezers at work that run -80C. Back in the analog days, some freezers had both scales and that's where they meet.
 
If it helps - our body temps are basically 98-99F = 37C
 
Everything I do at work is metric - everything at home is not. It's as close to bilingual as I get.
 
the proper conversions look like this
 
from C to F : 9/5 celsius +32 = F
 
from F to C: (F - 32) x 5/9 = C
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