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March 9th, 2009, 12:32 AM   #11
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did someone say the ktm fan is the same, but costs less for pre 09 bikes?
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Originally Posted by fe600racer
did someone say the ktm fan is the same, but costs less for pre 09 bikes?
The KTM fan is about 80Euro over here compared to the 120Euro I payed for the OEM. The fan is the same. The bracket and the temperature sensor are different. The KTM sensor was about 80/85 and Husaberg is 95/100.
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Thanks for the info re. computer fans. Yes you are right, that type of fan would be destroyed very quickly and not be effective anyway. I live in the desert (Middle East), and as summer approaches I must get hold of a fan from the shop.
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Originally Posted by sabink
The KTM sensor was about 80/85 and Husaberg is 95/100.
This is good to know, as the stock KTM sensor turns the fan on way too early. I routinely replace the KTM sensors with 91 C units (for an '84 BMW 318i) which turn on at about 94 C and off at 88 C.
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