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I have a '13 Hyper and I love the gauge as it provides a wealth of information and customization options. A few of my favorites are a clock, outside ambient temperature, and a multitude of trip-related information. Oddly not included in all this tech is a fuel level indicator. It has a low fuel light, but no actual level indicator.

So, question for you new owners...does the SS have any of the following:

  1. Clock
  2. Outside ambient temperature reading
  3. Trip with multi-informational trackers
  4. fuel level indicator (!)
Anything else you guys see that is actually really handy or just plain cool?
 

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Yes to both questions. :grin2:
Thanks.

In order
1 Yes
2 Yes
3 Yes, 2 trip odometers, average fuel consumption, time of trip, distance of trip.
4. Yes.
So go buy one!
Thanks, again. Working on the purchase soon. I already have two bikes in the garage...need to unload at least one to make room.

Either of you have any quality videos of it when its first turned on? I know my HM flashes the word "Hypermotard" across the screen during the startup.
 

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I hardly ever use the gear indicator. I guess it is nice to have, but you should not get into the habit of relying on it. Learn the bike and what it tells you through your seat and hands.
 

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I hardly ever use the gear indicator. I guess it is nice to have, but you should not get into the habit of relying on it. Learn the bike and what it tells you through your seat and hands.
I agree with you entirely. In short order, I usually start to get the "feel" of the gear based on the bike, engine, and their collective vibrations.

BUT, I'd sure like to have a gear indicator, though...just because! >:)
 

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I agree with you entirely. In short order, I usually start to get the "feel" of the gear based on the bike, engine, and their collective vibrations.

BUT, I'd sure like to have a gear indicator, though...just because! >:)
works for me while running it in, I use it along with the rpm meter and DQS.
 
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