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What is engine work temp for a honda blackbird with town driving

My 2004 blackbird reaches up to 128 degrees Celcius when driving in town,is this normal?

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128 degrees c (260 degrees f) should be way to hot for that engine. It should probably be at max 210-220 degrees F. Listen for the cooling fan to run when its running hot.

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SOURCE: in town my engine temp

Petrol engines like to run at or just below boiling point. The radiator is pressurised and that stops the coolant from boiling. I would not be happy if it got any hotter as I would worry that the coolant may expand too much and leak.
Try using less power on hot days when in traffic and keep moving the air through the radiator.
Hope this helps.

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You are most likely right about the thermostat. the ST 1300 had that problem and it is always the thermostat. this also effects the fuel mileage. i would go ahead and replace it and see if that fixes your problems. Brian

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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