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August 16th, 2019, 02:28 PM   #11
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Could also add a coolent catch tank helps stop over heating and when your bike starts to cool down it sucks the coolent back into the rad from the catch tank I just installed one on my fe 450. If you were to ever loose coolent it goes into the catch tank so u wonít risk running out of coolent if your overheating
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Could you send me a link of the product please mate.


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August 16th, 2019, 07:05 PM   #13
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https://www.amazon.com/Motion-Pro-11...+pro+co&sr=8-4

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There is a few different style and sizes most are universal I sent you links , if you look up on YouTube there's videos of the motion pro one, before I got mine I had one off a Honda elite 250 , it hooks up to the coolent overflow line just need a line to reach wherever you mount the tank
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August 17th, 2019, 08:24 AM   #14
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have you jet wash the radiator? is the bike kept clean ?....there can be lot's of dirt on the radiator fins preventing it from cooling especially on off road...if it still happen then other people have explained good point in here (bigger rad, fan, ecc. )
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Open up the very restrictive airbox. Open muffler. Letting these breath can help dissipate heat. Get the fueling adjusted to suit these mods. Lean = heat. Run a fan. I have the Spal on one of my bikes but i tried a cheapie off AliExpress which has worked really good. Also the switches are dirt cheap off there also.
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I know some people are saying that upgrading your hose kit is a waste of money if your existing hoses are ok. Well I disagreed

I recently fitted a samco silicone hose kit on my fe450 and Iím having amazing results. Engine is running heaps smoother and keeping cooler.

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September 11th, 2019, 07:46 AM   #17
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Also try using water wetter I recently switched to it on fe450 with highpressure tusk 2.0 rad cap with temp gauge and my bike is running way cooler now 25 to 30 degrees cooler then when I had the regular coolent in , with the regular coolent bike would get hot very fast and rads would be really hot now with waterwetter I can hold my hand on engine after a ride I highly recommend it works better then engine ice IMO.
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September 17th, 2019, 06:59 PM   #18
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If you are doing slow tight hard endur o work, you need the radiator fins in tact as they truly real help flow the air in through the radiator, such is amassing in just how good them fins work.
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Sorry for the hijack but is anyone aware of a fan kit for the Fs650e
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