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Thread: 12 hour time and the clock on the rt-p

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    JohnWC
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    [QUOTE=To make that simple change would cost a bunch of money just to satisfy the 1/2 of one percent of all bike sales. T.[/QUOTE]

    Is that really the case? I just always assumed that the US market was larger than that for BMW. Although, related to that, I am always stunned when I read the hugely disproportionate sales number of Harleys to BMWs in this country. Baffling,... at least to me. If it is indeed that small a segment of their sales, I could see why BMW doesn't bother making it a 24/12 type clock. I usually trust their judgment.

    I would also agree that the K75 seemed to be pretty close to a perfect machine, and I've never even owned one.

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    If BMW put in a 12/24 switch, the thing would break and render the entire RID nonfunctional. Leave well enough alone.

    Rod

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragtoplvr View Post
    If BMW put in a 12/24 switch, the thing would break and render the entire RID nonfunctional. Leave well enough alone.

    Rod
    lol, or the bike might not start in 12 hour time.
    2000 R1100RT-P

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