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Each time the button is pressed,
the display shows values start-
ing with the current value in the
following order: Total distance covered Tripmeter 1 (
Tripmeter 2 (
Tire pressures (OE)
Warnings if necessary
Resetting tripmeterSwitch on ignition.
Select desired tripmeter.
Press and hold button 2.
Tripmeter is reset.
Selecting readingsSwitch on ignition.
Press button 1.
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RangeAmbient temperatureWhen the motorcycle is stopped,
the engine heat can falsify the
measurement of the ambient
temperature. If the influence of
the engine heat becomes too
is temporarily shown in
the display. If the ambient temperature drops
below 3 °C, the temperature dis-
play flashes as a warning of pos-
sible icing-up. The display auto-
matically switches from any other
mode to the temperature read-
ing when the temperature drops
below this threshold for the first
Average speedThe average speed is calculated
based on the elapsed time since
the last reset. Times during
which the engine was stopped
are excluded from the calculation.
Resetting average speedSwitch on ignition.
Select average speed.
Hold down button
Average speed is reset.
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Average consumptionThe average consumption is cal-
culated by dividing the distance
covered since the last reset by
the corresponding amount of fuel
consumptionSwitch on ignition.
Select average consumption.Hold down button
Average consumption is reset.
Current consumptionThe current consumption is dis-
RangeThe range indicates what dis-
tance can still be driven with the
remaining fuel. The calculation is
made based on the fuel level and
an average consumption stored
for this purpose, however which
need not always match the val-
ue that can be called up in the
With a completely filled fuel tank,
the fuel volume cannot be deter-
mined exactly. In this area a min-
imum range is indicated, marked
>symbol. As soon as the
fuel level can be determined ex-
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actly, the range is shown more
When refueling after running on
reserve, make sure that you top
up the tank to a level above re-
serve, as otherwise the sensor
will not be able to register the
new level. Otherwise neither the
fill level nor the range display can
be updated.The determined range is an
approximate reading. BMW
Motorrad therefore recommends
that you do not try to use the full
range before refueling.
StopwatchAs an alternative to the odome-
ter, the stopwatch can be dis-
played. The display consists
of hours, minutes, seconds and
tenths of a second separated by
To use the stopwatch as a lap
timer, it can also be operated
via the INFO button on the han-
dlebar fitting instead of with the
button 2. If the operation of the
stopwatch is set to the INFO
button, the onboard computer
must be operated with the but-
ton 2. The stopwatch continues to run
in the background when the dis-
play is temporarily switched over
to the odometer. The stopwatch
also continues to run when the
ignition is temporarily switched
Operating stopwatchIf necessary, switch over from
odometer to stopwatch with
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Press stopped stopwatch but-
Stopwatch runs starting from
indicated time in steps of one-
tenth of a second.
Press button 2with stopwatch
Stopwatch shows the time
Press and hold button 2.
Stopwatch is reset and shows0.00.00.0
Using stopwatch as Lap-
TimerPress and hold button 1and
button 2simultaneously until
(display of engine
speed warning) and
Press button 2.
Press button 1repeatedly until
desired state is shown.
: Operation of stopwatch
with INFO button on handlebar
: operation of stopwatch
with button 2in instrument
To confirm setting, press and
hold button 1and button 2
simultaneously until display
The settings are applied and
the last display is shown.
If no confirmation is made, the
last setting is retained.
Engine speed warningThe engine speed warning sig-
nals to the driver that the red
engine speed range has been
reached. This signal is shown in