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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Brutale and upgraded water pumps

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Just been doing a bit of research on here and all the talk seems to be about the F4. When I bought my bike I was told about the water pump upgrade existing but as I haven't ridden in any real traffic I have not yet really found it to be a problem - though it does seem to get warm very quickly. Fans cut in around 103 deg C IIRC.

So my questions are really quite fundamental.

1 - is it worth doing on the 750S brutale (2005 model)
2 - should I go for the Design Corse one if I do (which seems to be the advice, but is it necessary on the Brutale like on the F4
3 - I was reading about the 'lunched' impeller in another thread. Just how difficult is it to do this? What is so unusal about the umnpeller fitting design that it could do this? If I do this, I don't want the same thing to happen to me

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 06:46 PM
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One of the best mods i did to my 910R was to get the headers ceramic coated inside and out, that made more difference than the impellar mod and also looks very trick.
i had two 750's and never felt the need to do any heating mods even though it did get hot and quite quickly especially in a hot Sydney summer.

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IMHO: I don't think you'll have to many issues with over heating on your Brutale 750S, especially in Blighty.. Try changing the coolant content for a Waterwetter

http://www.redlineoil.com/Products.aspx?pcid=10

Check it out first on Google before you going changing your coolant content.

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IMHO: I don't think you'll have to many issues with over heating on your Brutale 750S, especially in Blighty.. Try changing the coolant content for a Waterwetter

http://www.redlineoil.com/Products.aspx?pcid=10

Check it out first on Google before you going changing your coolant content.

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Thanks - will do that. As to Sydney 910R - hmmmm, I miss the Sydney sunshine, one day I'll get back for good. Going home for a few weeks next July/August. At least you can ride a bike in winter there

I don't think I want to ceramic coat my Corsa Titanium exhaust really, but thanks for the tip
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I've run my 750S in Sydney (commuting traffic) when its been 35-40 degrees many times, the bike does need any extra cooling but I could have used some ! You should be fine in the UK.
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get in touch with Adam merc07......
he rewrites the chip so the fans come on sooner, thats all you need

he put the software on the Forum too, so you can do it yourself

Chris X81 has the MicroTec, i put one on my '08 910R, fans come on at 86C/187F and it has only gone to 90C/194F twice and then back down

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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 04:37 AM
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Same thing with my 750S.
Getting pretty hot very quick in busy traffic.
My fan starts at around 100 deg Cel.

Although the high temperatures I never had any problems and as soon the traffic clears, the speedometer goes up and the temp goes down !!

I suggest, never change a winning team and leave it as it is...

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 12:32 PM
i know it's a pitty to cover up the headers but will exhaust wrapp help or hurt? i have a 1078rr that rises to 197 then the fan kicks on{ 6000ft elevation,45 outside} stock pipes.My 910s with full arrow would run on a hot day 195-197. Best coolant to run?
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