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Thinking of fitting a fan switch


I am thinking of fitting a fan switch on my F4 2000 model as the bike does tend to run hot.

I have seen a previous thread on the mounting of the switch and wondered if anyone had any alternative positions to mount the switch. Alternatively, perhaps people can suggest a standard switch that could be used the opperate the fan for example the front brake light switch etc.



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search for Lee's thread on adding another fan and switch, he added a Ducati 848, 1098 or 1198 fan on the left side of the upper radiator and a switch on the handle bar
i'm just hooking mine into the regular fan circuit with another relay triggering off the existing relay
don't forget to fuse the new circuit



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There's a Euro right hand bar switch assy that has an extra switch where the blank spot is on the US version. Not sure where you get them but if i were doing it over again that's what i'd use. Try searching the 'chives.
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