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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-07-2007, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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legs hot while riding??

does anyone else's legs get warm/hot from the air off the motor while riding? my buddy witha600rr says his doesnt. am i goin crazy? Cuz after a while my legs are hot as hell after riding for a bit. bike temp is fine.. its at a constant 176-180. but i just feel like my legs are cooking.
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Hmmm, I haven't had a problem with heat on my legs at all, it was 90+ outside today and it was comfortable.
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i cant tell yet... my ass got hella hot sitting in city traffic... coudnt ride fast enough to get kool... ill tell u later this year when summer kicks in full force

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Well i can feel my legs getting warm after riding for a while but not unbearably hot. Just stick ur knees out and cool em off for a while, works great for a ball cooler too....lol
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Yeah, mine have

But not to the point where they are burnin'

This mostly happens when I'm ridin' on city streets on a hot day
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wear boots? it happens with low cut boots shoes...when i wear my smx's i have no problems with heat, even in todays 90+ temp.
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yeah thats normal i think i know i can start to feel the heat from the motor. but its not unbearable.
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Its normal, fell your case cover after you have been ridding. I've had my leg against them at stop light before and they get pretty hot.
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put a little crisco on your legs. That will help...


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put a little crisco on your legs. That will help...
but how do i turn them over to get them to cook evenly?..lol
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