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Old 12-09-2007, 08:25 PM   #1
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i had just got an oil change 3 weeks ago and new radiator fluid. wen i criuse the temp is at 200+ it was never that high before. wen i turn off the bike for a minute, and wen i turn it back on, the temp is at 230ish! the fan is working also. any ideas??
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i had just got an oil change 3 weeks ago and new radiator fluid. wen i criuse the temp is at 200+ it was never that high before. wen i turn off the bike for a minute, and wen i turn it back on, the temp is at 230ish! the fan is working also. any ideas??

sounds like maybe air bubbles trapped in the system...try burping it.
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Old 12-09-2007, 08:27 PM   #3
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i had just got an oil change 3 weeks ago and new radiator fluid. wen i criuse the temp is at 200+ it was never that high before. wen i turn off the bike for a minute, and wen i turn it back on, the temp is at 230ish! the fan is working also. any ideas??

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Old 12-09-2007, 08:33 PM   #5
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thankz. ill try that tomorow nite!
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230 is a little warm, and may not be normal but you are not over heating yet. the fan should come on around 220. I frequently see temps reach 220, highest was 228
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230 is a little warm, and may not be normal but you are not over heating yet. the fan should come on around 220. I frequently see temps reach 220, highest was 228

thats chilly for a rc...saw mine hit 248 once on 290,lol
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230 is a little warm, and may not be normal but you are not over heating yet. the fan should come on around 220. I frequently see temps reach 220, highest was 228
yea but that wasnt usual for my bike to do that. it never seemed to pass 223. but now 230. and cruisin, it atleast 200+. used to be 185.
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