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Is 2001 fireblade water cooled??what do i have to do to check coolant etc???

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Yes....check overflow plastic coolant tank, should be located underneath rear seat, it will have two lines on it: hot an cold, and has an overflow tube attached, just like cars have. You add coolant into that tank up to the appropriate line. But i like to use "Cool-Aide" only because i race my bike sometimes and they wont let you on the track with regular antifreeze...its very slippery..and would cause to many accidents, and its "Red" and helps me to notice if i have and leaks. it is actually better than anti freeze, and helps the bike run a little cooler..and there is another product which i haven't tried yet called "Water Wetter".

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SECTION 303-03: Engine Cooling 2001 Lincoln LS Workshop Manual
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Engine Cooling The cooling system components include the:
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