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I need to know normal operating range for oil temp (what degree?) for 1997 1200s bandit

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My race bike with 12.5:1 compression and a 5 degree advancer runs between 220-240 F during a race, and I have an extra oil cooler under the tail. I would not let it get over 250 F

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no they are different if you have a 1200 need to get them for the 1200 or the gs500e and f models or the RF900

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If your changing to Pads and not putting the old ones back in, use WD40 on the pin and let it soak in. I normally rotate the pin with some plyers and then work it's way out. Make sure you soak the pin with WD40 and let it sit for aa fir while so it has time to soak in

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Is choke engaged and working?
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