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Have had to replace my GSX-R k4 600 clock due to slight impact damage. Have recieved the new one however I wanted to know if there was any way to transfer the mileage from the old one to the new one?

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I'm sure I'll be corrected if I'm wrong on this... But a little voice in my brain is saying nooooo. It'd be illegal.. Considered to be 'clocking'. I'm sure I've come across this on cars before...

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I wouldnt bother, keep the recipt for the new clock and make a note of the current mileage and date of clock change for your records, that way when you sell the bike you can show the buyer when and why the clocks were changed.


No problem - no cost

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I wouldnt bother, keep the recipt for the new clock and make a note of the current mileage and date of clock change for your records, that way when you sell the bike you can show the buyer when and why the clocks were changed.


No problem - no cost

 

Or accidently forget to tell them you had new clocks! :lol:

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Tried it a few years ago when I put Gixer6 clocks on my bandit.

(which by the way is easy to do and looks the dogs!)

And succeeded in wiping the mileage off the clocks, leaving a series of dashes.

It appears the clocks knew I was trying to do something illicit to them, and shut down.


Fortunately I had another set!!, but as for wiping the eprom on them, I failed miserably.


Dont do it Id say, keep recipts, note in service book the mileage change, tell the insurance etc, and leave it at that.





By the way, to convert a bandit, use a kawasaki 4 sided speedo pick up nut(fits the bandit), recess the pickup into the sprocket cover, and wire in the clocks. Excellent!

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