Question about 2007 Buell XB12X Ulysses
I have a 2007 Buell Ulysses, 24,000 miles. I agree with tina783 and use synthetic oil. On my Ulysses the fan comes on when the engine temp calls for it, if you hear it running, all is normal. Mine will run on cold days when stopped in traffic, after exiting the highway, etc., hot days it will run unless I'm going fast enough for the moving air to cool it without the fan. Only problem I've had is when the fan motor failed, if you DON'T hear it running when you think it should THEN maybe something is wrong. When the fan motor failed it blew the fuse and lit the check engine light. I noticed that the fan was not running when I stopped so I checked and replaced the fuse. The fuse blew again so shut the motor off any time I had to stop and got it to the dealer for a replacement fan (under warrenty at the time). Otherwise it's been a great bike.
Enjoy your Ulysses! I do mine. (And my son bought one last week too!)
Posted on May 08, 2010
Doesnt sound like anything out of the ordinary. The only things you can do to help remedy that more is run synthetic oil get a right hand side air scoop or cut vents into your undertail panel.,,
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