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This is a small guide to clear some of questions regarding the hidden service menu that you might think you need to take the bike to the dealer but you can do this simple set ups on your bike display.
Hope this will help clear things up.
Disclaimer: I’m not responsible for you guys dicking around on your bikes and cause the ECU to be set up incorrectly, if you follow this guide should help you solve your issue. This guide works only if you have DP or Stock ECU on your bike.

Immobilizer Reprogramming

This function allows for the reprogramming of the Immobilizer System in case one or both keys are missing/lost or damaged.
To view this function, access the "Service Menu" and enter the "Pro" page.
This function shows a default "00000" code; press button (1) in position B "t" for 3 seconds to access the electronic code entry procedure (code can be found on CODE CARD).
Entering the code:
the first digit on the left starts flashing;
each time you press the button in position B "t", the digit will increase by one unit per second;
if you press the button in position A "s", you will move to the second digit, which will start to flash. Each time you press the button in position B "t", the digit will increase by one unit per second;
If you press the button in position A "s", you will move to the third digit, which will start to flash. Each time you press the button in position B "t", the digit will increase by one unit per second;
if you press the button in position A "s", you will move to the fourth digit, which will start to flash. Each time you press the button in position B "t", the digit will increase by one unit per second;
if you press the button in position A "s", you will move to the fifth digit, which will start to flash. Each time you press the button in position B "t", the digit will increase by one unit per second;
press the button in position A "s" to confirm the code.
If code is incorrect, the display will again show the default code "00000". A wrong code can be entered countless times.
If the code is correct, "Pro." wording and the entered code will flash; now take the key to Off.
From this moment on, the Immobilizer System is waiting to be Reprogrammed with the new key (or keys); upon the following Key-On it will be necessary to carry out a key programming procedure using the procedure described under "Programming the immobilizer".
Note
During this stage the Immobilizer System disables engine starting until keys are reprogrammed.

Code Card is missing
Since the Electronic Code indicated on the CODE CARD is no longer available, it will not be possible to:
reprogram the Immobilizer System in case one or both keys are lost/missing;
temporarily "override" the system in case of a fault to the Immobilizer System.
To restore System normal operation it will be necessary to change the KEY SET (2 black keys + new CODE CARD) and the Instrument panel and then perform a new Immobilizer Programming.

One key is missing
After buying a new key, it is necessary to carry out a Reprogramming procedure (entering the code indicated on the CODE CARD) with the new key and the existing key (not lost/missing).

Both keys are missing
After buying two new keys, it is necessary to carry out a Reprogramming procedure (entering the code indicated on the CODE CARD) with the new keys.

Replacing the locks set (new locks + new Code Card + new keys)
After installing the new locks set, use the two new keys to Reprogram the system (entering the electronic code indicated on the old CODE CARD).

Keep the new CODE CARD in a safe place since it could become “active” if the Instrument panel is replaced in the future and then needs a new progrmming procedure.
Instrument panel replacement

After buying the new instrument panel, perform a normal "Programming" of the Immobilizer System.
Instrument panel replacement after one or both keys were changed
For this special case, for the whole Immobilizer System to work correctly, before Programming the Immobilizer it is necessary to change the KEY SET as well (2 black keys + new CODE CARD).
If the new instrument panel is programmed with the existing keys, previously replaced, the System programming will be successful and will allow engine starting but the Electronic code on the CODE CARD will no longer allow you to:
reprogram the Immobilizer System in case one or both keys are lost/missing;
temporarily "override" the system in case of a fault to the Immobilizer System.

Programming the immobilizer
This instrument panel function allows for Immobilizer System programming.
Note
It is possible to store only 2 keys.

Insert KEY 1 (one of the two black keys) and turn it from Off to On;
turn key to Off within 3 seconds;
within 15 seconds, insert KEY 2 (the other black key) and turn it from Off to On;
turn key to Off within 3 seconds;
within 15 seconds, insert again KEY X (either Key 1 or Key 2, it does not matter) and turn it from Off to On.

If the procedure is successful, the Dashboard will display "PROG" fixed for 3 seconds and then go back to normal display.

Programming aborted:
if the 3-second countdown after Key-On, the 15-second countdown after Key-Off reach zero or if programming procedure is incorrect, the Dashboard aborts the programming and will display "OFF" for 3 seconds and then go back to normal display.

Caution
During the programming procedure, the Dashboard not only stores the key codes, but detects two "electronic" codes after KEY 1 (first black key inserted) and KEY 2 (second black key inserted) are inserted.

In case the Immobilizer is reprogrammed, the key codes are deleted and replaced by the new codes of the new keys; while the two "electronic" codes are forever stored with no chance to delete or overwrite them.
The electronic code indicated on the CODE CARD corresponds to one of the two electronic codes and will be used for the procedures of Immobilizer Recovery and Immobilizer Reprogramming.
 
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