Ah, you have the KIM-U / P manual. I'm using the KIM-SS model. My box looks the same, but they sent me the manual for the SS.
So, I went to look for the manual for the KIM-U and the P like you have, found the U and the P on their website under Motorcycles. They don't have a combined one like you do and clicked on the P : https://www.digitalguarddawg.c…M-P%20Owners%20Manual.pdf
File name says it's the KIM-P, but it loads a KIM-Y per the title page, and is 11 pages long. Doesn't mention a bypass. The U manual didn't have anything either.
Guess I can contact DD and ask them about it
Do you mind taking a pic of page 16 for me?
Talk about timing! I jumped in my Sling in the garage yesterday, started it up and drove 20 miles north to the next county up to do some banking at my credit union of choice. When I came back out my Sling would not start. No lights, spool up or anything. A quick check of my pockets revealed that I did not have my Digital Guard Dawg fob with me. It was hanging on my key hanger in the house about 15 feet away from the Sling and was close enough to start the vehicle. I had tested this before and the vehicle would not start. It must be right at the effective limit. So I called my wife and she went home, verified that I left the fob behind, and texted me this page from the DGD manual. I tried 100 times but could not get the override to work so she had to drive the fob up to me. I honestly don't remember changing the code, and didn't write a new code down in the manual, so I'll call DGD today to try to troubleshoot. Here is page 16. If you want to use the code listed to steal my Sling, good luck! It will be changed when I get it to work. I highly recommend testing this procedure and memorizing the two digit code before you actually need it. This isn't going to help if your code is different. Maybe they all come with the same initial code - I doubt it.