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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #50 on: 02 June, 2016, 05:43:54 PM »
i'm living in a much hotter climate so i experience that fan quite a lot.

as i work at a hella gutmann diagnostic (for bikes  also) dealer so i have one and can check at what temp the fan engages for some more info.

for my everyday use i already  ordered this

http://www.trailtech.net/722-ef6


so far its the best way of getting that temp reading with no holes ,cutting etc .

it fits in the rad fins watch the installation video.
http://www.youtube.com/user/trailtechinc/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=1

and  regarding the diagnostic tool i can make a vid showing at what temp the fan comes on and where it stops .




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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #51 on: 02 June, 2016, 06:34:16 PM »
 :460:
Be interested to see what results you get regarding running temp variation / range of values...

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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #52 on: 16 June, 2016, 01:47:39 AM »
Fan starts around 212-14 F.

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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #53 on: 16 June, 2016, 08:20:32 AM »

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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #54 on: 04 March, 2018, 02:21:10 PM »
my reply is a bit late but here are the working temps

while on the road trashing it or not  anything above 4000rpm keeps it between 75c to 85c

stop for a second or two temperatures reach 99,9 faster than ....well you get the idea. At 100c is where fan kicks in.... sloooowly bringing temp down due to  the tiny radiator honda decided to use.

Perfect bike for traveling just dont stop... or be in a place that its warm....

the brand used si RUNLEADER from aliexpress and i used it with the sensor rl-ts003 that goes in the radiator fins for optimal results (if you own a motocross its pretty common to see such temp gauses). It claims its waterproof.... its not but it can show voltage, time ,and temp. You can adjust and alarm at a preset temperature .
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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #55 on: 04 March, 2018, 04:38:19 PM »
 :460:   :028:

Better late than never as the saying goes  :001:

May I ask what the power switches are on the left and right?  I guess running lights but could be wrong...


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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #56 on: 04 March, 2018, 09:03:16 PM »
the right one was installed by the previous owner for the main beam  but i dont like having to use the throttle/brake hand to access a switch thus i drilled another hole to match the design and used the left one.

for now its a backup switch :)


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Re: CBF running temperature
« Reply #57 on: 04 March, 2018, 09:50:47 PM »
 :062:

 


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