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KX80, overheating ?

KX80, fitted new piston and rings, runs really well, but, steam coming from radiator vent after 10 mins ?

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Hi its better to check your water pump where the hoses are.I think its not working properly and make sure you use the correct coolant fluids.

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I'm not familiar with this bike but it sounds like it could be air locked and causing it to overheat.I found the best way to remedy problems like this is to get it up to temp,shut off and lay bike down too one side then the other.Tilt forward then back,check to see if coolant level dropped.If that dont work pull a vaccum on cooling system and see if it holds when warm.

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