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    Baby Twin
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    Smile getting hot

    hi every one im a new boy daves my name ,slight problem with my mille not had it long but it seems to get quite hot while sat in traffic in the 90s is that normal no other problems runs perfect temp comes down to about 74 while riding also how do you set the clock cheers

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    V_senna
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    90 is fine, the fans should kick in around that temp to stop it going any higher.

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    GP Champ AusRSV's Avatar
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    Sounds pretty normal to me for a stocker unit.....you can get a cooler thermostat for the RSV, so as it will run a little cooler. AF1 Racing i think has em'

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    to set the clock press the "D" button twice, and the hours will flash, use the "Lap" button on the left handlebar to set them. Press "D" again and do the same for the minutes. Press "D" again to finish

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    One Liter Duc Eater DaveRSV's Avatar
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    I saw 100 degress on mine the other day when sat at lights, fans whirring, rider melting!!

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    One Liter Duc Eater agreat1's Avatar
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    fans should kick in about 97 degrees and keep i around there
    normal running temp at 60mph should be 77 degrees and around town will run between 80 degreesa and 90degrees

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