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    Hi temp warning...

    This hi temp warning always comes on after about a minute or two of doing donuts or messing around in the water

    I like to mess around and do donuts and stuff and cannot because of this....Now, the question is will this go away with that 158 deg thermostat?


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    Anyone?

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    You're not getting enough water into the system and the pipe is heating up causing the overheat alarm...I doubt very seriously it's a thermostat related issue as the thermostat is not affected by this...IMO

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    This really BLOWS! I can mess around with my Yamaha 1200 XLT for over 15 minutes with no problems at all!

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    Your XLT doesn't make 215+/-hp in a big giant barge of a hull, run 69+mph and need all the cooling help it can get either though does it...

    You win some and you lose some...

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    While true, still SUCKS! How come it does not happen with the RXP though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirhc7897
    Your XLT doesn't make 215+/-hp in a big giant barge of a hull, run 69+mph and need all the cooling help it can get either though does it...

    You win some and you lose some...
    so true!...PR...

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    It does happen with the RXP...(or it will happen with the RXP)...

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    Just today i was out doing doughnuts 10 /15 minutes at atime deliberatley trying to see if anything woudl happen ... I think u should have it looked at .. low coolant maybe????kinked line ??/ bad sensor ?? it should not happen that quick!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZEDRXP
    Just today i was out doing doughnuts 10 /15 minutes at atime deliberatley trying to see if anything woudl happen ... I think u should have it looked at .. low coolant maybe????kinked line ??/ bad sensor ?? it should not happen that quick!!!
    Exactly what I mean!

    I don't do it for more than 10-15 mins at a time anyway. I've seen plenty of RXP's in my riding area doing it day in and day out with no hi-temp problems.

    Coolant looks a tiny bit low. What coolant can I use?

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