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Just got my Valkyrie and wow is all I can say. It is without a doubt one of the best rides I have ever had(30+ years of riding). So smooth and I feel like those of us who have one have the best kept secret in all of ridingdom.....Seriously, really enjoy it. Has anyone ever run across a speedometer shroud that would help shade the readouts and help cut the airflow? I mocked up an idea in photoshop and was curious if there would be any interest?
 

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I've set the display to the brightest setting and have never had trouble reading the display but really, it's your bike so if you want it, do it. Making it your own is matter of pride too.
 

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I didnt know

Turbo, Thanks and yes I was really think shade as well as maybe helping to break up some of the wind by angling it upwards. I didnt know there is a setting on the speedo display toward brightness or less brightness....would you tewll where or how that display is changed please thx mike
 

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Turbo, Thanks and yes I was really think shade as well as maybe helping to break up some of the wind by angling it upwards. I didnt know there is a setting on the speedo display toward brightness or less brightness....would you tewll where or how that display is changed please thx mike
It's the same way you set your clock, press the right side button down and hold it, then press the left side down and hold it, after a few seconds the clock hr should start blinking, then use the left side button to cycle through different settings and the right side button to adjust them. There should be a brightness or dimmer setting. I've only done it once when I first got the bike, but I'll go play with mine to refresh my memory if you can't find it.
 

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Also forgot to mention, you should have an owner's manual under your seat. You might be able to get to it from the ride side cover panel. It pops right off, just held on by some plastic rivets in rubber grommets.
 
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