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Thread: 12/24Hr Clock and PSI instead of BAR?

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    My late 1200gsa Rallye can be either bar or psi. Just access the tft menu and find the settings that refer to the tyre pressure and select what you want. Not sure about the clock 12/24 hr setting though not been an issue...

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    On my GSA Rallye manufactured July 18, I have used the menu button, then the toggle wheel to select settings. Then select system settings followed by units. The relevant items are then displayed for you to select the readout.
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    I’ve not found a way to change the clock to 24 hour on the in-built clocks ...
    Which is annoying !

    However on the plumbed in sat nav, it’s easy to change the clock to 24 hour, speed in mph or kph, tyre pressure in BAR or psi etc

    So for anyone with a BMW sat nav, that at least provides a work around ...

    Hope that helps !

    I’m going to ask my local dealer to change the clock to 24 hour next time the bike goes in for something...

    It is annoying that is not user-adjustable !


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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Mine was reading bar, it’s changed to psi and I’d prefer bar as that’s what I became accustomed to!
    It occurred to me, after posting this that the bikes tyre pressure display is in bar, the sat nav is in psi. I am surprised that you cannot select your preferred tyre pressure unit, regardless of speed units.
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    It occurred to me, after posting this that the bikes tyre pressure display is in bar, the sat nav is in psi. I am surprised that you cannot select your preferred tyre pressure unit, regardless of speed units.
    Have you noticed the Nav5/6 displays actual pressures, not compensated like the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor c View Post
    Have you noticed the Nav5/6 displays actual pressures, not compensated like the bike.
    No, I hadn’t, but I’m suspicious of all of them.
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevvyn View Post
    Anyone know if it's possible to change the clock from 12hr to 24hr? Same with the RDC readings, is it possible to get them in PSI instead of Bar?

    Manual is a chocolate teapot.

    Yes had mine changed to psi last year by bmw dealer during service. Took 2 mins. Also have noticed my GS-911wifi also allows the option, ‘16 reg LC

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