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2012 bike just put .2 of an hour on since I fixed the dropped valve.....she runs pretty dang well

 

I did notice it seems to run on the hotter side...

It must have always been that way.... because you see where previous owner had drilled a bunch of holes in the rad louvers.

 

Anyway...I like it...now whether to add the rekluse

And get rid of the ugly eBay graphics.

 

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No kidding....just ripped those hideous things off.

5 hours ago, FaceDeAce said:

The plastics and graphics are pretty gross emoji21.png
The rest of the bike looks good! Yes unless you are moving along and have wind in your face these bikes to run quite warm. Low and slow or not in the scope.

 

 

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Question.....bike came with a few missing parts. I put the crankcase vent line on its port but unsure of correct routing. It seems excessively long

 

Anyone chime in would be helpful

 

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The engineers design everything with heat in mind.  It shouldn't get too hot. As long as you're getting air to the radiators, and you're coolant isn't boiling over.

 

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On 9/20/2017 at 10:09 PM, Blackwoodz said:

I'm loving the bike. It's fast and the rekluse really works well.

Any other rekluse guys on here?

I've got the same bike with Core EXP 3.0, except 2011. Mine has never overheated, even on slow Southern pine sand trails in 95+ degrees.

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