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June 8, 2004, 09:09 PM

Hi, I just bought a new bike and I have a few questions. Does anyone know how to change the coolant temp from Celsius to Fahrenheit? This is my first sport bike and under break-in for the first 300 miles, you have to keep it below 5,000 RPM's, and in 6th gear thats only 60 mph. Is that normal?

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June 8, 2004, 10:08 PM

Congrats.....thats a nice bike...don't know about british bikes....but I would check out the triumphs forum....I have a friends who use to have 955 I will ask him.

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Congrats. It's probably in the manual or on some forum. My Aprilia had the same metric options. Press a few buttons and it was back to our system.
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shweet man.. that a cool bike..

ive always been a fan of triumphs due to my grand father... thats all he rocked..

but yeah man like everyone said check a brand specific forum.. im sure ya can find help there from other daytona owners.


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June 10, 2004, 10:20 PM

Thanks, I took your advice and went to another forum and got the answers I was looking for.

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