I know there are tons of threads and did my searching but I have a few other questions. Lately I've been forced to race my dual sport due to bike issues. I know these suckers run hot from the production line but what the hell... What are you guys doing to keep your bike cool under race conditions? I normally race a mid pack A class race pace running hare scrambles. Currently my bike is setup with engine ice, uncorked exhaust, no emissions bull, uncorked thermostat, and JD jet kit. I can't keep this bike from steaming over. I'm waiting on my fan to come in but can't see that really solving my issue. I jetted the bike according to the instructions but just curious what you guys are running around South Jersey. What else should I be doing (over sized rads, larger water pump)? The only way I can keep this thing cool is to cruise around 20mph with a steady throttle on the trail. On the street you can rip it all day with no issues, obviously getting more air. It seems to be the slow stuff. Also I tend to be getting a ton of clutch fade in just a single 7 mile lap. Normal for these bikes? What kind of mileage or hours you guys getting out of these clutches on dirt/street? Any help would be greatly appreciated and yes I'm a KTM newb if you couldn't tell.