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Please confirm is your engine actually at that temperature? Do the fans run long before that temperature is reached? I will assume you checked the fan fuses alredy.
Your bike has a coolant temperature sensor in the cylinder head with 2 circuits. One circuit sends a signal to the ECU, which is used for fan activation and fuel/ignition adjustments. The other circuit sends a signal to the dash for the temperature reading you see.
I experienced a failure of this sensor on my own 910R, and I have seen 2 others also have this sensor failure.
The engine was not overheating but the dash said it was on all 3 of these bikes.
Use an infra-red heat gun to check the actual temperature of the radiator hose going from the cylinder head back to the radiator.
You can electrically test the sensor out of the engine using the procedure shown in the workshop manual.
Do you have the workshop manual?
There is no manual