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May 23rd, 2017, 10:56 AM   #1
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trailtech coolant sensor

hi all,

ive got the vapour computer fitted to my 2002 fs650. i noticed there are 3 wires hanging out. I've looked into them more and have ended up buying a power lead and the coolant sensor

my question is where is the best place to locate the coolant sensor? it invloves cutting one of my hoses in half so I'm intending on doing the fitting when I'm in the left side case sorting my kickstart out.

has anyone got a picture of the cooling system?

i can't decide if i want the engine outlet temp- know how hot its running
or inlet temp so i know what she's getting?

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I would go for the outlet. That tells me how warm the engine is and that makes more sense than to know the temp of the water going in. Even if you know what she's getting it doesn't matter if you don't know if it's good enough.
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is the one attached to the pump the inlet or outlet. the one on the left side?
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I run two, Koso in the return to the pump and TrailTech in the bleed thread in the head.
Switch the motor off and watch the head temperature keep rising!!
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So just mount it up on this hose



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You'd want to measure it as near as possible coming out of the head?
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Ah ok. The other hose. The one further up


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Mines mounted up near the Rad
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