What an 06' gsxr-600 tachs at / temperature

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  1. bmmikee

    bmmikee New Member

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    incase anybody was wondering...i know i always did before i got it :eek3: it normally runs around 182 temp wise but it was hot as nuts today :wtc: Gets up to 220 and the fan kicks on, never seen it over 226 even on the hotest of days (100 degrees + 100 percent humidity)

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    makes me wanna go ride now :(
     
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    Esp69st Who's talking about OIL... bitch you cooking

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    220 is normal, just read the owners manual and it'll tell you exactly whats right and wrong..
     
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    :werd:

    The bike knows what to do.

    I'm jealous of the bike though. It's so purdy!!
     
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    Yup, 220 the fan comes on. I believe over 240 is bad and you need to turn it off but i have never seen it close to that.
     
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    about:blank Whether you think that you can or that you can't,

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    Damn, 6000rpm at 70? :eek3:

    Mine usually gets up to 220 in the city but on the freeway never above 185.
     
  7. Sean John

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    I have the same bike. It gets to 220 all the time in town. It's normal. Get yourself some water wetter, it keeps it a lil cooler.

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    he never said he wasn't doign 70 in the city :hsugh:
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    That's a hot bike:)
     
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    Damn I need to wash my bike.
     
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    I love your bike with the whole gay tag assembly gone, how hard was that?
     
  12. Sean John

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    No, it was really easy...remove the screws....cut the wire, tape it, and stuff it in the tailsection. Get some brackets, use the oem holes and mont your plate. If you dont want to cut the wire....You have to remove the tail entirely and unclip it...what I did.
    If you get a pipe, have the servo removed when it's being installed. Much better throttle response.
     
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    Thanks, what kind of brackets did you use? I think I might attempt this this weekend. Also what pipe do you have on there?
     

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