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Question operating temperatures on Gixxers - May 24, 2012, 07:40 PM

What temps do gixxers run at the 06+ 600/750's? I've been reading online that they run anywhere from 190-220?

What's normal to you'll? How quickly does it climb? Etc.....

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May 24, 2012, 07:44 PM

I realize you asked for GSXR temps but these should be comparable.

My RR runs 175 cruising on the highway, 220 sitting in traffic.


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May 24, 2012, 07:44 PM

Yeah mine usually climbs pretty quick..if i start out at reg temp. say 90...by the time i get to about a half of mine im already at 170-190 and then by the mile im already at 220..

I was thinking because of my oil was bad it reached that temp. that quick so i changed my oil out and it still gets like that so i dunno..


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May 24, 2012, 07:54 PM

175 moving and 214 at idle w/ engine ice is my experience


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when @idle: 227 is my max, fan kicks in at about 224. 190 is average temp riding.


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when @idle: 227 is my max, fan kicks in at about 224. 190 is average temp riding.
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May 24, 2012, 08:36 PM

when moving consistently I run about 185, fan kicks in at 220 and it gets up to that pretty quick when sitting idle at a light, when behind grandma I run about 200-210.


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^^^ This. I had my 1k at up to 225 or so, but it also depends how hot it is outside. Average on a, say, 70 degree day at cruising speed is around 165-175. Average on a 90 degree day at cruising speed is 185-190.


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I have had mine up to 230s when there were bubbles in the radiator. Usually around 175-190 moving. Will go up to 220 regularly in traffic and hot track days when I pull off the track. It will be around 190 the whole time at the track, and as soon as I pull of it will jump to 220 and above very quickly by the time I get to the pits.


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i was overheating last summer after fixing a few things and engine ice around 217 in traffic about 170+ on highway but no higher than 200


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Mine runs 180ish cruising. Fan kicks in about 214. I have never seen it over 218. 09 zx6r
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I heard Gsxers run cooler if the rider wears shorts and a tanktop


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I always felt my 08 gsxr 600 ran hot, but apparently it was average. about 180/185 when moving and 200 during slow speeds/stops. fan would kick in around 214. a couple of times my bike reached 220 and I thought it was going to blow up


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May 25, 2012, 09:33 AM

174 about my cruising temp. 214 and fan kicks in at red lights.
Was always worried I was running hot.

Does anyone else shut theirs off if they just miss the green light and know they gonna be sittin for awhiel??
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