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Faulty bicycle computers?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by thomas, Jun 20, 2006.

  1. thomas

    thomas The Crank Engine Admin

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    I have been using this bike computer on two of my bikes since November. While they do work to my full satisfaction most of time, the recorded data sometimes is (obviously) incorrect:

    Mx 130,3

    or last week

    Mx 128,3

    While I would love to experience such max speed once, I am wondering if other members have had similar experiences with their comps? :nosweat:
     
  2. Freeride39

    Freeride39 Peloton Leader

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    Did you set your computer with the correct rim size...calibration, plus keep magnetic contact clean and clear. Last resort, use manual to troubleshoot. If that doesn't work, enter the Tour De France time trials because you are quick...LOL!
     
  3. Sora

    Sora Basho's companion Admin

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    In the case of "wireless", it alwasys happens. Many kinds of radio wave confuse your computer.
    I often run over 80km/h.:nosweat:
    But don't worry, it is just in a moment. It don't effect your distance, time and average speed.:)
     
  4. Freeride39

    Freeride39 Peloton Leader

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    WIRELESS has a mind of it's own

     
  5. thomas

    thomas The Crank Engine Admin

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    Thanks Sora-san, that makes sense. So I guess I just have to ride faster than these waves then... :D
     

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