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    colling temp for fzr engine

    what is the best colling temp fzr engine for run??? i mean the best engine temp working??


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    and i want know what max and low temp for this engine,,

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    You're going to want around 175 degrees F. You will find that under periods of prolonged WOT that the temps can creep up to 190.
    This is normal.

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    My question is how can I know what my motor is running--I've tried.

    Without having an aftermarket ECU...

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    and one more question,, what is bosst presure with stock fzr s/c at 8000rpm???

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    Quote Originally Posted by abie_lah View Post
    and one more question,, what is bosst presure with stock fzr s/c at 8000rpm???
    I may be wrong. I remember seeing 8LBS, Julio...

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    Quote Originally Posted by abracadabra View Post
    I may be wrong. I remember seeing 8LBS, Julio...
    Thats right Julio. There was a thread not to long ago regarding the max boost the stock SC can produce and I remember the max was 8-8.5lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Thats right Julio. There was a thread not to long ago regarding the max boost the stock SC can produce and I remember the max was 8-8.5lbs
    Cool man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    My question is how can I know what my motor is running--I've tried.

    Without having an aftermarket ECU...
    This works well....IR201 - Pocket IR Thermometer

    just keep it in the glove box, go WOT for a while and then aim the laser at intake,exhaust,head,block and log all the results..

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    I was looking for a gauge.

    I installed this gauge from Dyno Tune with the sender installed directly after the thermostat. However, the highest temp I ever saw it display was 46° C (114° F) in 98° F water at Mudbug.

    Obviously this is not the best place to take engine temps.


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