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2009 Versys 650- Setting the clock

I have done this couple of time before but now not sure as to how to set the clock on 650 Kawasaki 2009.
I know it has something to do with Mode button. It cycles thru odometer, trip meter & clock etc but when I get to clock I am not how to change the clock time

Anyway is there an online manual for this bike ?


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I have done this couple of time before but now not sure as to how to set the clock on 650 Kawasaki 2009.
I know it has something to do with Mode button. It cycles thru odometer, trip meter & clock etc but when I get to clock I am not how to change the clock time....
Ignition ON then:
Push MODE button to display the clock;
Push the RESET button for MORE than 2 seconds till both hour and minute displays start FLASHING;
Push the RESET button - only the hour display will flash, then use MODE button to advance the HOURS; and
Push the RESET button - then the minute display will flash, then use MODE button to advance the minutes;
Push the RESET button - both hour and minute displays start FLASHING again; then
Push MODE button - displays STOP flashing, and the clock NOW works.

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Ignition ON then:
Push MODE button to display the clock;
Push the RESET button for MORE than 2 seconds till both hour and minute displays start FLASHING;
Push the RESET button - only the hour display will flash, then use MODE button to advance the HOURS; and
Push the RESET button - then the minute display will flash, then use MODE button to advance the minutes;
Push the RESET button - both hour and minute displays start FLASHING again; then
Push MODE button - displays STOP flashing, and the clock NOW works.

But . . . . this procedure only works if you use your left hand while standing on your right leg . . . facing west!

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But . . . . this procedure only works if you use your left hand while standing on your right leg . . . facing west!
CRAP! I forgot to add this to those "hints" to get your clock operational AGAIN!

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CRAP! I forgot to add this to those "hints" to get your clock operational AGAIN!

Thanks for "jumping-in" Arion...!



You're welcome, but I would have thought that anyone who had flown a Lockheed aircraft knew nothing could ever be simple, or that all the essential steps were ever included in Lockheed tech manuals.

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You're welcome, but I would have thought that anyone who had flown a Lockheed aircraft knew nothing could ever be simple, or that all the essential steps were ever included in Lockheed tech manuals.
Now I have to disagree w/ you, Arion. I have THREE Lockheed a/c on my license. I LOVED them all, and would happily fly them again, IF I could: the SILVER STAR T-33, the C-130E, and the L-1011.

Hours on each? About 120 to "Wings" on the T-Bird, 3,000 on the Herc, 600 on the TriStar....

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Now I have to disagree w/ you, Arion. I have THREE Lockheed a/c on my license. I LOVED them all, and would happily fly them again, IF I could: the SILVER STAR T-33, the C-130E, and the L-1011.

Hours on each? About 120 to "Wings" on the T-Bird, 3,000 on the Herc, 600 on the TriStar....
More hours than me. And actually I did like the C-130 because Lockheed seems to have created a self-healing aircraft. Nice feature I thought.

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