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I acquired a Euro version of the CBR1000RR but I'm using it in the US now because the previous owner imported it in.
Having trouble finding a way to set the Coolant temperature to Fahrenheit.
I guess it cannot be done?
 

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What year bike?

Some of the Euro bikes have programmable miles to kilometres, and Fahrenheit to centigrade. Definitely the case on the 954 and 929, and as I recall, on the 2004 - 2007s.

So give us your year of manufacture and you'll get the gospel answer with instructions.(y)
 

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It's a 2005 CBR1000RR bought in Italy, imported to UK for trade shows and then imported to USA.
Yes, it does have the option to change km/h to mph but it did not give me an option degree C/F
 

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Ok, your model does not have transferable temperature readings.

I attach a PDF copy of Owners Handbook for your reference.Page 19 & 20 refer to temperature reading. You will note in the front of the book that there's a few different regional models of our bikes made. Whilst mileage/klm are readily changeable on some models, it seems that none cater for temperature changes. I thought very few use the Farenheit scale now; perhaps USA is one of the few remaining countries to. But you will have our 'green' indicator tell-tale lights!:)
 

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I thought very few use the Farenheit scale now; perhaps USA is one of the few remaining countries to. But you will have our 'green' indicator tell-tale lights!:)
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Thanks for helping. I appreciate it.

Yes, Americans like to compete with one hand tied behind their backs. ;)
I think there will be a revolt if they change everything to Metrics.
 
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