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I have a pegasus 150 in my shop it overheats after about 15miles of riding, i have had the rad. off flush with water,fan works,replace thermostat,rad. lines r clean,new fuel filter. i am out of ideas. help

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SOURCE: Pegasus 150 looses power then overheats

Check for a fuel filter inline between the gas tank and the carb. Replace that filter ! Also dump half a bottle of Techroline (Chevron) into the gas tank. You are starving the engine of fuel which will lose you power and can cause overheating...check your oil and change often..Techroline can also be found at your local auto parts store....good Luck to you...Tim

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SOURCE: on my qlink pegasus the radiator fan is not

buddy somefans dont kick in till they hit 105c take it too this temperaturand see if this works also when you ride atmoshere air goes through the raiator to cool it aswell

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so the RAD is going to be good with leaks that it?
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buddy somefans dont kick in till they hit 105c take it too this temperaturand see if this works also when you ride atmoshere air goes through the raiator to cool it aswell

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Well, assuming that the water pump is turning the correct way, looks like you are going to have to pull the radiator out & take it to a guy who cleans radiator interiors. Seems to me that you may have some sediment built up and the water is not circulating thru the rad. This would explain why the top is warm & the bottom cool with no thermostat. Whilst the rad is out, flush the block with water. See what comes out. Don't use a "flush kit" just yet. In my experience, the flush kits that you buy are not good for this issue, have it done by a pro, but, after he cleans it, then get a flush kit & flush the block anyway. If there is sediment in the radiator (from sitting), there is def sediment in the block.

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