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Old Mar 4th 2018, 06:48 AM   #31
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Not everyone has a Snap-On truck in their backyard, let alone be able to afford Snap-Ons brutal price structure

You sound like someone that buys a new suit or helmet "any time they want"
Let's talk about this overheating issue.mayby not air bubble maybe cylinder crack. And Yes u will see new winter test 2018 soon my friend I can't wait to see those colorful dots with my brand new D suit u know what I'm talking about.sorry lol

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Old Mar 4th 2018, 02:31 PM   #32
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Let's talk about this overheating issue.mayby not air bubble maybe cylinder crack. And Yes u will see new winter test 2018 soon my friend I can't wait to see those colorful dots with my brand new D suit u know what I'm talking about.sorry lol
Cylinder crack...?...let’s talk about who knows what they are talking about

I’m thinking that WinterTest 2018 Helmet you bought might be a tad too tight
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Old Mar 4th 2018, 02:49 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Val213 View Post
Let's talk about this overheating issue.mayby not air bubble maybe cylinder crack. And Yes u will see new winter test 2018 soon my friend I can't wait to see those colorful dots with my brand new D suit u know what I'm talking about.sorry lol
Doubt it but it would be a first .
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Old Mar 4th 2018, 03:54 PM   #34
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Cylinder crack...?...letís talk about who knows what they are talking about

Iím thinking that WinterTest 2018 Helmet you bought might be a tad too tight
Hilarious!!!!
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Old Mar 5th 2018, 02:37 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by RD16RR View Post
Cylinder crack...?...let’s talk about who knows what they are talking about

I’m thinking that WinterTest 2018 Helmet you bought might be a tad too tight
Be nice don’t hate.i don’t have size issues I'm size 56 of the shelf,you on other hand got to hire Versace to do custom fit.Bob don’t get overheated.lol
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Old Mar 5th 2018, 06:23 PM   #36
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One of the advantages of a TB flash is that you can set the fan to come on when you want. Mine comes on at 103 for the first time after start if it hits that then after that comes on at 90. To be clear I do not own a 1299SL. I have a 2012 1199S.


Hi, I also have TB but did not know you could change the fan start temperature setting. Can you tell me how its is set? I have v6.


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Be nice donít hate.i donít have size issues I'm size 56 of the shelf,you on other hand got to hire Versace to do custom fit.Bob donít get overheated.lol
....it sounds like you unstrapped the helmet
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Some of the posters here have been on another thread dealing with heat issues and are remiss when it comes to a fix , unless I am mistaken .
There is a fix ,with a secondary manual switch to turn on the fan,when @ a stop > cannot remember the Exact thread >look .
The thread is recent though , it should not be hard to find . It works very well on my bike and I did not expend much energy or money implementing it . Might be worth your time ,really hope it works on your ride .
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Originally Posted by loki99er View Post
Some of the posters here have been on another thread dealing with heat issues and are remiss when it comes to a fix , unless I am mistaken .
There is a fix ,with a secondary manual switch to turn on the fan,when @ a stop > cannot remember the Exact thread >look .
The thread is recent though , it should not be hard to find . It works very well on my bike and I did not expend much energy or money implementing it . Might be worth your time ,really hope it works on your ride .
The only true fix is a bigger radiator.
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Hi, I also have TB but did not know you could change the fan start temperature setting. Can you tell me how its is set? I have v6.


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Sorry I do not know exactly how to do it. When I got my bike tuned by Wayne on the dyno he explained to me that the reason the setting is 103 deg C from factory is that any moisture that has built up in the engine can evaporate out the breathers. So that is why he sets the fan to come on the first time at the OEM setting then you can adjust to what ever you want for any subsequent fan activations.

I recommend you contact Wayne directly by email and ask him. I am sure it is just a menu item. I have not adjusted anything that he has set in the last 4 years. I am sure he will help you.

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