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N2Otorious2010-08-11 08:15:56 +0000 #1
Does anyone know for certain if the hours, miles are stored in the board of the display.

I have started changing out the tiny L.E.D.s in the display to different colors, and was curious if it would be practical to purchase a display that I can change the L.E.D.s in so when someone wanted a particular color, i can change them, send them the display, and they could return their display.

Sound reasonable?




Josh2010-08-11 08:27:44 +0000 #2
Just hook your display into another brute and see how many hours it has on each bike.
N2Otorious2010-08-11 08:58:41 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by josh4290

Just hook your display into another brute and see how many hours it has on each bike.

I don't have a 2nd Brute to test that out.
filthyredneck08brute2010-08-11 08:34:26 +0000 #4
MAYBE we can swap displays out this weekend when I see you at RiverRun. It just depends on what kind of mood my electronics are in lol, I told you the other night I had gotten it all back working again and then yesterday I messed it up again.
N2Otorious2010-08-11 08:45:13 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by filthyredneck08brute

MAYBE we can swap displays out this weekend when I see you at RiverRun. It just depends on what kind of mood my electronics are in lol, I told you the other night I had gotten it all back working again and then yesterday I messed it up again.

I skeered I'll catch a gremlin from your bike. LOL
bruterider272010-08-11 10:12:29 +0000 #6
How hard was it to change the display lights?
IBBruin2010-08-11 09:10:01 +0000 #7
I did some reading on this a while back cause I was going to do the same thing. From the information I got, the information is stored on a a chip in the display. The article I was reading was from someone else that was doing it and he offered to change the numbers on a new display if someone wanted to buy a new one and have the lights changed. He didn't share much info on how to change the stored numbers though.
N2Otorious2010-08-11 11:33:06 +0000 #8
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Originally Posted by IBBruin

I did some reading on this a while back cause I was going to do the same thing. From the information I got, the information is stored on a a chip in the display. The article I was reading was from someone else that was doing it and he offered to change the numbers on a new display if someone wanted to buy a new one and have the lights changed. He didn't share much info on how to change the stored numbers though.

That's kinda what I figured.
N2Otorious2010-08-11 09:53:56 +0000 #9
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Originally Posted by bruterider27

How hard was it to change the display lights?

soldering the tiny leds is the PITA. the rest is easy.
1bigforeman2010-08-11 10:57:43 +0000 #10
Yep, it's in the display.
bruterider272010-08-11 13:28:29 +0000 #11
I want to do blue ones is why I was asking

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