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after taking ownership of my 3rd brutale 910 I have noticed some differences in running this new one a 910 s 2006 with 11250 miles has a very smoother gear change
than the last two witch were a 910 s 2007 and a 910 R 2007 these two were rough notchy and occasionally getting false neutrals, the 2006 modal have went through it
all changed fluids clutch and brake changed slave cylinder to Oberon which I also had on other models , fitted my slipper clutch witch works a treat can also do clutch less gear changes on new bike its so smooth changed oil and filter it had 10/40 instead of 10/60 put new battery in the other thing I noticed is the temp fan comes on at 98c
the other two was 89c I am using the same chip I know this current bike is running correctly as mates BMW 1200r fan comes on at 100c so don't know what was wrong with other two 910 I am definitely pleased with this bike I bought so no two bikes are the same .
 

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The fan temp sensor (ECU) and the meter temp sensor are 2 different items....one is reading differently from the other. I wouldn't worry about it.
 

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after taking ownership of my 3rd brutale 910 I have noticed some differences in running this new one a 910 s 2006 with 11250 miles has a very smoother gear change
than the last two witch were a 910 s 2007 and a 910 R 2007 these two were rough notchy and occasionally getting false neutrals, the 2006 modal have went through it
all changed fluids clutch and brake changed slave cylinder to Oberon which I also had on other models , fitted my slipper clutch witch works a treat can also do clutch less gear changes on new bike its so smooth changed oil and filter it had 10/40 instead of 10/60 put new battery in the other thing I noticed is the temp fan comes on at 98c
the other two was 89c I am using the same chip I know this current bike is running correctly as mates BMW 1200r fan comes on at 100c so don't know what was wrong with other two 910 I am definitely pleased with this bike I bought so no two bikes are the same .
Sorry don’t quite follow. You said it had 10/40 instead of 10/60. What are they supposedly have? Did you put in 10/40, or is that what you got rid of for 10/60?
 

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All of the modern Four Cylinder bikes are specified to have 10W60 oil.
 
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