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Exclamation heating problem!

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My CBR 2007, when this 230 F and I turn off the bike , it will not turn on again .
I have to wait to lower the temperature to be able to connect and connect it when the hitch 1 march it off . You know why he's doing this or if anyone has gone through this?

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Kill the engine but leave the power on so the fans keep running. It's over heating...


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you think it's even heating or any part of the engine or battery is in trouble?
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Kill the engine but leave the power on so the fans keep running. It's over heating...


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you think it's even heating or any part of the engine or battery is in trouble?
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