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Zx12r, bike is overheating very much, changed oil filter and oil, changed the antifreeze in the radiator, but still have the same problem, any suggestions? knight_jaco@hotmail.com

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Make sure the fan is operating properly.
Check the water pump for adequate output.
I think you have to "burp" the cooling system.
Check the manual.

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