Question about 2001 Honda CBR 929 RR Fireblade
Honda cbr929rr is overheating
Check the coolant circuit that does not have air at all kept inside.
With the bike cold and the radiator cap open on the bike's kick stand start pressing again and again the coolant pipes and fill in coolant if you have to.Then start the bike without closing the radiator cap and keep pressing-releasing (like a sponge) the pipes until the radiator's lower pipe start getting hot.Then close the cap and wait with the engine running until you hear the radiator fan turn on.If you reach 227 F (108 C)and it hasn't start turn it off and check the temp switch on the radiator or the fan.
If the radiator's lower pipe never get's hot but the temp gauge shows you the temp reaching above 194 F (90 C) then you have a thermostat problem and you should check your cylinder head gasket too for compression failure.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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