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Old 11-04-2012, 08:43 AM   #1
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HI guys

i just bought a 1090RR few weeks ago

most of time, when i turn off the engine and stop the my bike. i found out the cooling water leaking on ground sometimes. it not so much, only leaking around 30sec and it stop. also the area like a hand size on the ground.

i would like to know is it normal for this bike??

are you guys happend it before?

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the water is coming out from these pipes (lift one ) how to call this pipe?
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Is it overfilled? I can see the whole blue cooling water in the small white tank ! Is it mean too much water?


Please kindly to tell me where is lower lever?
The picture is down to the #24, which is in page 3. Please check it for me

Thank you guys :-)

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Old 11-04-2012, 08:45 AM   #2
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Sounds like it's overheating.

Is the level staying or are you having to add to it?
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Old 11-04-2012, 08:49 AM   #3
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Where is it dripping from, overflow? Under the shifter? If its the radiator overflow, I think they all do on occassion. Cooling system might need to be burped meaning some air is trapped in there which make it run warm. Under the engine might be water pump seal which drips out under the left side of the engine.
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Old 11-04-2012, 08:55 AM   #4
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here is my pic

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no i dont think its overhead
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Where is it dripping from, overflow? Under the shifter? If its the radiator overflow, I think they all do on occassion. Cooling system might need to be burped meaning some air is trapped in there which make it run warm. Under the engine might be water pump seal which drips out under the left side of the engine.
thanks for reply

i am not sure does it call overflow or not.
on the pic. you can see 2 black small pipe( it looks like a straw)
and cooling water dripping from one of it.
and it always happend !
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Sounds like it's overheating.

Is the level staying or are you having to add to it?
my water temp was not so high.
so i dont think my bike was overheating
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Sounds like it's overheating.

Is the level staying or are you having to add to it?
my water temp was not so high.
so i dont think my bike was overheating
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:24 AM   #9
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the water is coming out frome this pipe
how to call this pipe?
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Old 11-04-2012, 10:19 AM   #10
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There is air in the system. When you stop There is a steep temp gradient between the cylinder and the coolant in the jacket..This is no longer being circulated and so a shunt effect occurs and any air in the system expands and shoves coolant out of the overflow..
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