Question about Honda VT 500 C Shadow Motorcycles
I have a friend that had similar problems with a CX500. He just left out the thermostat. It took longer to warm up on cold days but never made a noticeable difference in performance. All shadows tend to run on the hot side anyway. I would just leave out the thermostat. You can also purchase antifreeze modifiers like "ICE" to help your machine run cooler. Products like this are used in racing with water instead of antifreeze. But they also improve the cooling properties of antifreeze.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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