Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: Not The End of the World, but you can see it from here
It's one of those things that looks really complicated, but really isn't. You just have to follow the procedure in the manual. The best thing you could probably do right now is take your owners manual outside, turn the bike on (hooking it up to a batter tender might be a good idea), and just go through the menus and learn what button does what. They really are laid out in a very straightforward, intuitive manner, it won't take you long once you really look at it. And if you're worried about power, put it in A3. Unfortunately, telling you how to do some things won't teach you how the menu and bike works, and it's probably best for you to learn it, but it's really not as hard as it looks at first.