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What temp does the electric fan turn on?

Anyone know what temp the electric fan is supposed to turn on? Was out riding tonight for a couple hours but didnt hear the fan come on at all... im guessing around 220ish. I rode with a few people and we stopped alot and it was a pretty cool evening so didnt get much past 200.
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

yeah usually 220 is when mine kicks on.
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

Fan comes on at around 217-218 deg F.
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

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Fan comes on at around 217-218 deg F.
mine kicks on religiously at 217° F
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

MINE KICKS IN AT 214.5...
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

okay, it came on around 215 in stop and go traffic... this bike does not like sitting still or the stop and go bs.. get me to the track!
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

Mine turns on at 220 and turns off at 210. Last night I went out for a ride and hit unexpected city construction. Outside temps were mid 80's F, and by the time I got out of the area she was pushing 221 with the fans on to keep it in check. I've not yet broken 225 with it, and that's stock with just HP Pro Coolant.
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

anyone have the how-to for the manual fan switch mod?
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Re: What temp does the electric fan turn on?

Short answer for the sp-2 you use a switch on the black wire of the fan relay to ground it and turn fans on manually. For an SP1 you can find a lower temp temp/switch from an auto parts store.
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