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Eddie will prob be the one to answer this, but just in case anyone else knows for sure.... I installed my Vapor computer today, and as I was going through the settings I found myself with a couple questions that I guess I shouldve asked but never did...

1) At what water temp would you think to be dangerous?

2) At what water temp would you think to be "shut the bike down to keep from burning it up?"

3) What RPM is getting high?

4) What is red line?

5) What setting on the Vapor is used for an SM wheel setup, 1 2 or 3?

:)

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1) At what water temp would you think to be dangerous?

I set mine at 105 c

2) At what water temp would you think to be "shut the bike down to keep from burning it up?"

I set mine at 110 c

3) What RPM is getting high?

I'm using this as a shiftlight at 9000 rpm

4) What is red line?

I set mine at 9500 rpm ,doesen't matter as revlimiter will stop you anyway

5) What setting on the Vapor is used for an SM wheel setup, 1 2 or 3?

I used 1 which gave 2009 mm ,so I let it to standard 2100mm, not 100% but close enough

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Thanks.... Now I just need to convert those to F... :D

105 x 9, divide by 5 and add 32... :)

So you used 221F for warning and 230F for danger... I think I set it at 225....

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Guess it's a bit hotter in Texas than in Norway (He-He). Even with bigborekit,I haven't seen moore than 85 c (185 f ?) at the clock ,but it's seldom moore than 25 c (77f) here in a good summerday :)

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Guess it's a bit hotter in Texas than in Norway (He-He). Even with bigborekit,I haven't seen moore than 85 c (185 f ?) at the clock ,but it's seldom moore than 25 c (77f) here in a good summerday :D

Geez the low here isn't even 77f / 25c!!! Today's hi was 101f with a dew point of 71! :)

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I set mine at 195F and 215F, shift at 7500 and 9500. With a 110/70(?) profile Pilot power on a 3.0 rim I use 1845 and it's within decimal places of the GPS. I use 2154 for the knobby and it is within about 1% error. Knobs are 50% ish.

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Did a searh ,and found a calculator who finds circumference based on size of wheel and tyre.

http://www.orpetveit.net/dekk/

I'm sorry to tell that's in Norwegian, but here's the translation :

Bredde = With

Høyde = Height

Felgdiameter = Rim size

Rulleomkrets=circumference

My bike with original tyres came out like this :

With= 120

Height=70 (Tyre profile)

Rimsize=17"

Circumference =190,6 cm = 1906mm

So it looks that I've been far off with 2100...:)

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