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May 25th, 2010, 04:44 AM   #1
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Temperature Gauges

Chasing PeeWee 50's on the Grass Track at Louee is hot work for the FE570:



I added the EFFEX Temperature Stickers. I think they work well but they are a bit hard to see (maybe I need glasses ):



I installed a Trail Tech TTO Temperature Guage and it looks great. They even supply a mounting kit that fits the thick part of the handle bars:


I installed the Trail Tech Temp sensor on the left hand side:


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Hey Davo, didja buy the guage in oz? I can't find anyone who sells em......also, what size hose fitting did you get.
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Sutto's at Penrith NSW told me about the Trailtech Temp meter and ordered it in for me and posted it out. If you give Mal a call he can get them for you. He is on the ball and easy to deal with.
02 4737 9566

PS72EH1 Trial Tech Temp Meter 19mm

I used the mount I had spare from a Trail Tech Vapour Speedo I had on my TT250. You can get Mal to order the Temp Meter Mounting Bracket too:
TTO Parts Kit: Handlebar Mount
72-PK02


This weekend was the first ride I did with the gauge.
On the steep hill climbs it went no higher than 101 degrees C. That was the recorded max in the meter memory.
On open trails it went down to 63 degrees C.
It was a cold winters day with light rain and air temp was about 11 degrees C
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Thanks mate, I'll give them a call.....
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I see the pictures on the first post are not loading anymore. I want to find the best location for the sensor.

"on the left side" ? does it mean somewhere on the line that comes out of the left radiator?
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