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Over heating resolution

Alright, I have read some of the threads on how to address the over heating issues. I looked at the thread regarding the new water pump from design corse. Although I've owned my Brutale 910r for less then 48 hours, I did take her out for a ride and can tell she will be running on the warm side since I live in the city. I would like to take care of my bike and if this is a good option, I want to hear the expert opinions from this forum. In addition to that, where do those that live in the US get their parts from? Thanks!
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Alright, I have read some of the threads on how to address the over heating issues. I looked at the thread regarding the new water pump from design corse. Although I've owned my Brutale 910r for less then 48 hours, I did take her out for a ride and can tell she will be running on the warm side since I live in the city. I would like to take care of my bike and if this is a good option, I want to hear the expert opinions from this forum. In addition to that, where do those that live in the US get their parts from? Thanks!
The Brutales tend not to overheat like the F4, All the Mv F4s & Brutales run hot in general so i wouldnt be concerned at this point. I would suggest that ride your bike as much as you can and if overheating does occur Speak to your local Mv Dealer to get the Upgraded Water Impellar and housing under warrenty.

The F4 Model is diffrent and our Water pump Kits work brilliantly from 1000s - 1078Rs.

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Overhea...ded_Water_Pump

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Overheating is like 240-260 F

Otherwise it's just warm. My 750 will stay inbetween 195-225 when the ambient temperature is 90+

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Thanks for the posts, I'll put some time in and see how she does!
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My 910R has never overheated...or even come close.....even in Daytona Bike Week traffic.

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My 910R has never overheated...or even come close.....even in Daytona Bike Week traffic.
Nor mine. Not even on a freeway ride last January in 45C dry heat, when I overheated more than it did.
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Nor mine.
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Mine was perfectly fine when I bought it. Highest was around 212 max.
But I upgraded it to the high output impeller anyway. It actually made some difference. In conjunction with distiller water/water wetter and new pump, the highest I have seen so far is about 209 (in about 90 degree outside temp) while idling in long traffic lights and it gets there very slowly and then it will start to drop when the fan kicks in.

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