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Mar 06

Posts: 33

cw46 says:

GSXR 600 running temperatuire

Hi, can anyone tell me what the normal running temperature for a GSXR600 k3/4?

after using it slowly like around town last night, it was up on 215 degrees. it was for only about 15 mins and my cbr600rr never really goes above 100 at all

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Jan 08

Posts: 7532

kcmc says:

Gsxr 600

Hi cw46 i am thinking your bike is reading in Fahrenheit as 215F is 101centigrade some bikes the fan will come on at 95c up to 105c whitch is about the limit really. So 101c or 214f is dead on. Can't see it being 215c as something would have let go by now.But if it is - is this because you are just starting it in your garage to keep your battery charged or something. If so then it may be frozen or your fan is not working or your thermostat is stuck shut. Dont think it would be a lack of fluid cos you dont get a reading at all or your temp gauge would go up and down as water and steam go by. Hope this is a help. Good luck

KC&The Sunshine Band Down Under :tongue:  

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Dec 07

Posts: 166



:smileABSOLUTELY RIGHT! You've got your bike reading in fahrenheit mate. This would normally indicate an import. I've got a K4 1000 and that reads in fahrenheit. Fan kicks in at about 221deg. It's a US import.:biggrin:

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