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Overheating problem solved!
Written by dustoff44 on 12/14/2011 at 10:51 pm

There is a product available at most A/C repair facilities. It is an expanding
foam cleaner used to clean evaporator coils. Just spray it on and the foaming
expanding action cleans really well. Radiator looks clean shiny and new rinses
off with water....

Message Thread for message #109649

tonmack
12/12/2011, 06:39 pm
Overheating problem solved!
I posted a while ago about my problem with overheating. Basically the bike seemed prone to overheating and replacing the radiator cap and thermostat didn't solve it. (Mind you, that wasn't a waste of money as the original cap was worn and the

    g4321m
    12/13/2011, 03:00 am
    Overheating problem solved!
    Always nice to figure out "the easy way" before tearing it apart & spending $$$$. Seems like I usually do it backwards....

      dustoff44
      12/14/2011, 10:51 pm
      Overheating problem solved!
      There is a product available at most A/C repair facilities. It is an expanding foam cleaner used to clean evaporator coils. Just spray it on and the foaming expanding action cleans really well. Radiator looks clean shiny and new rinses off wi

    skyeenter
    12/13/2011, 03:07 am
    Overheating problem solved!
    Tony, it's possible this PC could have been in a flood. Brackish water has a lot of silt and if the water rises slowly the silt will settle in cracks and crevices too small to see without close inspection. Most riders don't ride on dirt/muddy