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I have a new 2015 Outlander L 500 and just read someone talking about a learner key that gives less power, is this the case for the L 500? I have two keys with mine, one has a black rubber BRP grip and the other is just plain silver, both ends of the keys look identical.

Also, I can't seem to find the RPM view on the digital display. I've cycled through the settings on the button to the right of the display and it only seems to have MPH, hours, miles and a clock. Any ideas? This is the non DPS model if that makes a difference since I'm pretty sure I saw digital RPM view on the DPS model. I would also like to change the digital greeting message and be able to turn off maintenance notifications since I plan on doing them myself, surely there's a way to do this without taking it back to the dealer like a plug in I can buy from somewhere to program it? Does it have to be the same BRP dealer that I bought it from? They're over an hour away from me and there's a local Honda/Polaris dealer close to me, would they be able to change the messages if I can't?

It's ridiculous of how much small stuff the dealership tries to milk money out of people with.
 

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As far as the keys go, the L series do not have different keys. You do have to go to the dealer to have them change the greeting message. Don't know anything about sitting of the service messages.
 

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Go in the mph screen and hold the button down for a few seconds. The rpm should show up next to the mph and stay that way until you hold it down again. It will show everytime you cycle through so you dont have to hold the button everytime.
 

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Page 78 in your owners manual.
 
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