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What temp is the bike supposed to sit at roughly cause mine while cruisen sits at 85 degrees but if at lights can clime pretty quickly to 100 degrees is this normal thanks Travis

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Those are normal temps if C. If F, those are way low and there is something wrong with your temp gauge. 180-220F is normal, depending on what thermostat your bike has.

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Hopefully its just your thermostat because they are very cheap(around 10 bucks).

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I'll bet though that if you take your bike for a ride and when it gets around 215 degrees that your fan isn't kicking on to help the motor cool back down.

Hopefully this is the case and if it is you can just run the fan wires to your battery and hook up a toggle switch to turn your fans on whenever you please. This is just a bandaid fix and not fixing the real problem but it will get you by until you can fix it the right way.

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