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|05-20-2009, 10:32 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2008
So today I was riding my Ninja 250r and when I got home and put it in the garage. When I shut the engine the Fans were on and going really hard. I am new to motorcycle but have had the bike since Jan and it has never done this, the fans stayed on even though the bike was off. I had to turn the bike on then Off again. Once I did that the fans shut off. Can anyone tell me if this is normal?.
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|05-21-2009, 06:54 AM||#4|
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On the Kawis and some other models they will run for a short time after the key is off if the bike is hot enough.
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|05-21-2009, 10:49 AM||#6|
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I've heard that also (what pat said)
On a sportbike the fan usually kicks on about ~212 F. Keep an eye on your radiator fluid and overflow, without it that bike will run extremely hot. Check your fluids weekly.
|05-21-2009, 11:55 PM||#7|
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+1 with kawi fans running without the key.
Motorcycles don't disperse heat very well while idling, because all the coolant is located in a small area. (Not like cagers who have miles of hose). Not sure why all bikes don't have this feature, unless they just flow coolant much better than Kawis??????