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Normal Engine Temperature

Just a quick question, what's the normal standby temperature, mine is usually at 100C, I wonder if there is an overheating problem.
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When the bike is warmed up optimism temp to start riding is 165F , the fan turns on to cool off the engine from 220F to 225F , temp can reach up to 240F or so which is kind of high but once you start moving the engine should cool off .If the warning Redvlight turns on you need to pull off right away and shut the bike off BTW 100C=212F that is not bad at all RR engines tend to run hotn any ways
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74 degrees C in cold weather at low engine workload. 78 degrees C in cold/normal weather with workload. 100 degrees C in warm weather , workload but low speed.

higherst ive ever had was 103 degrees C. you will notice a significant loss of power and she easily stalls at that temperature



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173F-175F While riding, hits 220F when at stop lights.
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here you go bud, this thread should help to remove any concerns about your bike temps

Standard cooling system temps.

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Thanks for the input everyone, I was getting a little worried but now that it's completely normal, I can rest assured that it's just the engine doing its job.
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No problem man, glad we could help.... We've all been there

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Oh, how this reminds me so much of the day when I got my CBR :) Haha, every little thing freaked me out and made me believe that something was wrong with my bike.

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Oh, how this reminds me so much of the day when I got my CBR :) Haha, every little thing freaked me out and made me believe that something was wrong with my bike.
Haha, damm right! First time I heard my fan kick on I freaked out a little bit.... Fortunately I was with my R1 buddy and he told me what was going on.... Laughed at me too

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