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Old July 23rd, 2007, 10:09 AM   #16

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Recent readings with 2000+ miles on 1098:
Ambient approx. 60 degrees F: 145F to 160F moving over 60 MPH
75 degrees F: 160 F to 175F , 90 degrees F: 170 to 185 F over 60 MPH
depending on engine load, climbing hills, etc.

Going slower bike gets hotter; and I dont ride in traffic
Do not hear the fan go on even at 207F at stoplight
At what temperture should the fan go on?
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Old July 23rd, 2007, 10:14 AM   #17

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about the exact answer to your question. Just keep in mind that your bike won't shut down until it hits about 245+ (see your manual) so 207 isn't really that hot for the bike. FYI

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Recent readings with 2000+ miles on 1098:
Ambient approx. 60 degrees F: 145F to 160F moving over 60 MPH
75 degrees F: 160 F to 175F , 90 degrees F: 170 to 185 F over 60 MPH
depending on engine load, climbing hills, etc.

Going slower bike gets hotter; and I dont ride in traffic
Do not hear the fan go on even at 207F at stoplight
At what temperture should the fan go on?
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Old July 23rd, 2007, 02:03 PM   #18
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At what temperture should the fan go on?
Joe,

The fan goes on when you reach 220 degrees.

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Old July 23rd, 2007, 02:41 PM   #19

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Running water wetter and water in mine, due to track restrictions. On the street, stop-and-go in high 90's air temp, it got up to 217 degrees. On the track, air temps pushing 100, it ran around 200 degrees.
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Old July 4th, 2009, 09:14 AM   #20
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Joe,

The fan goes on when you reach 220 degrees.

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just curious if this temp is in the service manual or where did you find it ? i looked all thru it and couldnt find a fan on temp-do you know if it can be set lower say 200 degrees ?thanks a lot
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Old July 4th, 2009, 09:38 AM   #21
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What does your bike usually run at? Mine seems to hover between lower 190's when riding at faster speeds on the highway and near 220 when riding in stop and go traffic. Also I hope I am not the only one that has the glowing rear header... more noticeable at night, but the rear header glows orange at cruising speed. Im not going to lie it does look cool. Is this common on twins or Ducatis, or is it something i should bring up at the first service?
Those temperature readings agree with the figures observed on my bike.

However, the glowing header pipe is weird....
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Old July 4th, 2009, 04:34 PM   #22
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just curious if this temp is in the service manual or where did you find it ? i looked all thru it and couldnt find a fan on temp-do you know if it can be set lower say 200 degrees ?thanks a lot
It should be in the service manual.

I don't think the temp can be set lower on an OEM ecu but could be reset with an aftermarket one such as the NEMESIS.

You could also wire in a manual switch to the fan and turn it on yourself when you feel the need. This is the cheapest and most common way.
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ok thanks -i have the race ecm and full termys -probably still cant -
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