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What's the max speed indicated on your Nav/GPS?

Discussion in 'General R1200RS Discussions' started by TimMc, Apr 12, 2018.

  1. TimMc

    TimMc Active Member

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    G'day.
    The max speed reading on my Nav V is indicating 275km/hr, which I'm sure is genuine... Is there a way I can reset it?
    Cheers!

    Validated Vmax
    1. 933km/hr - Aussie Export closely followed by
    2. 275km/hr - Honest Tim (possibly not actual)
    3. 239km/hr - Fearless Phil
    4. 225km/hr - Bra vo
    5. 216km/hr - Boxer buoy
    6. 169km/hr - Jimmy B
    7. 161km/hr - Grumpy Git

     
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  2. MrVvrroomm

    MrVvrroomm Well-Known Member

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    push bike backwards 275 Kph
     
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    Aussie Import Well-Known Member

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    Mine shows 933 kph. I am not going to reset it. Ever.
     
  4. TimMc

    TimMc Active Member

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    Haha. I've shown you mine (photo...), you show me yours!
     
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    Aussie Import Well-Known Member

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    Oh Ye of little faith.
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  6. TimMc

    TimMc Active Member

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    Struth! I know they're capable of it of course..., but how does the bike register these speeds if you haven't actually done them? If you really did exceed 110 in the state of Victoria Aussie, I'm pretty sure it's automatic; hang, drawn and quartering?
     
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    Colour? This could settle the debate once and for all.
     
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    Well I think I've been able to answer my initial question. I;
    1. Removed the Nav V from the cradle and turned it on (Do I need to remove it? Edit, no I don't)
    2. Clicked on “View Map”
    3. Clicked on the three small horizontal stripes in the bottom RH corner
    4. Scrolled down to "Trip Computer" and clicked on it
    5. Clicked on the three small horizontal stripes in the top LH corner
    6. Clicked on the "Reset Field(s)" option
    7. Scrolled down to and selected "Reset Max. Speed"
    8. Clicked on the red "Reset" field on the bottom right
    Max speed now indicates zero!

    Edit: I might change the title name to "What's the max speed indicated on your Nav/GPS?"...
     
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  9. Grumpy Goat

    Grumpy Goat Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Cool. Now the question is, how do these apparently spurious speeds get there in the first place? ;) What other weird data is being displayed on the instrumentation ... ? :rolleyes:
     
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    GordonH Well-Known Member

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    What was your altitude at that speed?
     
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  11. TimMc

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    I'm not sure, but I believe he was inverted.
     
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    GordonH Well-Known Member

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    I thought you Aussies were permenantly inverted......
     
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    Bravo Plenty in the tank Contributor

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    140mph flat out,Will post a piccie when I get home the weekend.
     
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    darrell Well-Known Member Contributor

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    I find this happens when I pass through on area with a mountain tunnel or even in a tunnel of trees and the GPS records distance but not all the time related to that distance. On rare occasion I've had it happen randomly with nothing unusual. Lee helped me sort out how to reset and exactly as described by TimMc.
     
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    My RS is a Lupin.

    For all members that know Melbourne, that speed was achieved on William Street between Lonsdale and Latrobe Streets, northbound.

    Some may say it was a GPS glitch.

    Others may know the true speed potential of the RS in 1st and 2nd gear.

    Just don't let Rocky know or he will take his to Bonneville and make it official.
     
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    Phillo Active Member

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    239 kmph
     
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    105mph (169kph) on my Nav5. This old guy needn’t travel much faster than the ton, though the bike was still pulling very hard and was perfectly steady. It felt as though it could maintain that speed all day.
     
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    :) it can
     
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