Dashboard Main Display
Burrasca will soon hit the market and we have some news for the tech enthusiasts out there and for those who can’t wait to put their hands on Belassi’s beast.
As you’ve already seen, Burrasca has not one, but two dashboards; the first one is closest to the rider and works as a “ride system”, while the other is a fully digital dashboard with an integrated GPS sensor and soft touch buttons.
Let’s see the ride system first. When you’ll turn the PWC on, the main display, set between the two handlebars, will lit up and, at first, the main display will appear and stay on for about ten seconds: it shows the company’s name and the elegant trident logo you’ve come to know and, we hope, love.
Once the device is on, it will show all the functions Belassi gave its groundbreaking, high-quality PWC. First of all, on the top left corner, the rider will be able to see a compass, it’s an extremely useful function, which receives the GPS coordinates and data from the receiver on Dashboard 1. In the top right corner of the display, there’ll be the so-called “force meter”.
And now let’s have a look at the other information shown on the display. The top center of the main display will feature a percentage regarding the steering, while the bottom half will show the percentage for the nozzle, they both vary from -100% to +100%.
Then comes the mode. When talking about mode there will be a few possible options: “M” stands for Manual, “A” for Automatic, a setting you should try when you want to live your Belassi experience at its fullest.Finally the G Meter, which will have a default valve of 0 and will increase from 0,0G.
The main display is also the place where you’ll be able to see warning messages and such. Belassi’s technicians gave warning messages different priorities and the main display will show only the one with the highest. These types of messages will disappear after a minimum display time of 2 seconds, after that the main display will appear. In order of priority, these are the main warning messages on a Burrasca: low oil pressure (this has the highest priority), then come engine and exhaust overheat and reverse with a so-called “high priority”; after these there are the low fuel, battery and oil level warnings, with a medium priority and, finally, the warning message with a low priority that advise riders when the dynamic drive systemis turned off.
The second dashboard, the digital one, will give riders other important information. They’ll find four lights there, at the top there’ll be those for the fuel, engine and oil, at the bottom a light for the GPS sensor. In the middle, the display will show information about trip and GPS position, about speed (mph or km/h), engine rpm, hour meter and fuel level. This dashboard will also notify the riders in case of low oil pressure, low fuel level, overheating.
So, what do you think, are you excited yet?