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My 1990 yamaha fzr 1000 temp problem

My bike runs good but when it sits for a bit it gets warm then the fan kicks on when its close to the hot point is this normal or how can i fix and my coolant is up and rite.

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Yes this is normal,If it didn't kick on the bike would over heat.

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