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the dials, not the bike ;) haha
 

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lol i think its a universal speedo clock thingy but it looks awesome!
 

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No lie, if that was plug and play, I'd be on it, that is sexy as fuck!
 

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If a clock's all you need, why don't you do the watch mod that I did? :p
 

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I used to have a little stick on clock but it came off... Still to this day do not understand why they never put the time on the comp???
 

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Would be too complex, the dash would need to stay powered while the bike's not on!
 

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The clock stays on, same with all modern phones. Anything that has a clock on can never be absolutely switched off!
Your dash goes completely off I'm sure.
 

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The clock stays on, same with all modern phones. Anything that has a clock on can never be absolutely switched off!
Your dash goes completely off I'm sure.
But even normal phone with battery removed clock is still right. Can't be still running with no battery? i dunno i am prob wrong.
 

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But even normal phone with battery removed clock is still right. Can't be still running with no battery? i dunno i am prob wrong.
good point i can take my bat out put it back in and time would be correct
 

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Now here I could be wrong, but I'm guessing some will use a little backup battery or such, and a lot of smartphones will probably auto-correct off 3G or somthing.
 

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good point i can take my bat out put it back in and time would be correct
Think about chaps, it's a device that receives packets of data, what does it probably do when it registers with a network, yes, it receives the current time, probably encoded as the number of seconds since the epoch, which is normally taken as the number of seconds since the 1st January 1970 at midnight.
 

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Think about chaps, it's a device that receives packets of data, what does it probably do when it registers with a network, yes, it receives the current time, probably encoded as the number of seconds since the epoch, which is normally taken as the number of seconds since the 1st January 1970 at midnight.
Right so how do you explain my laptop displaying the right time with no internet connection? when powered off and left and then power back on? it would not be hard to put clock on R125 comp as many/most other bikes have it.
 

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Just an added layer of complexity I reckon they didn't do to cut costs :p
 
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