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The navi system on my Mazda RX-8 had an "administrative mode" that could be accessed by a hotkey combination of the cursor on a specific screen. Is there a similar option on the Honda Navi used by the techs for maintenance/upgrades, etc?

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I just tried it and now it works...(?) though there is not much in there that's interesting enough...maybe the satellites but that's all. Nice find. I function I find useful is the tire calibration when you put new wheels on
 

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Tate said:
I just tried it and now it works...(?) though there is not much in there that's interesting enough...maybe the satellites but that's all. Nice find. I function I find useful is the tire calibration when you put new wheels on
I saw the calibration feature too. Any idea how that works? I'm about to get some Si wheels, and it would be nice to use that feature.
 

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I saw the calibration feature too. Any idea how that works? I'm about to get some Si wheels, and it would be nice to use that feature.
AFAIK the tire calibrate menu only changes the speed at which the navi scrolls while you are driving. I don't think it will correct the speedo. Anyway, aren't Si wheels (assuming you stick with 215/45s) be really close to the same overall diameter of the EX stockers?
 

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AFAIK the tire calibrate menu only changes the speed at which the navi scrolls while you are driving. I don't think it will correct the speedo. Anyway, aren't Si wheels (assuming you stick with 215/45s) be really close to the same overall diameter of the EX stockers?
Yeah. I'm not too worried about it. I'm not freaking out about a .03 mph change at 65. Just curious. :D
 
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