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ed_in_az
23rd October 2006, 06:07
For those that haven't seen one installed, here's some shots of mine. I don't think it detracts (much) from the looks of the bike but I also have a windshield on it, so what do I know.:p

Pics are of it both covered for the winter and uncovered.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/straightfront.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/anglecovered.jpg



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/angleuncovered.jpg

You can see the adapter behind the filter in this shot. It screws on then the oil lines attach underneath it.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/side.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/toprear.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/ed_in_az/rearcover.jpg

Roadster_Rider
23rd October 2006, 06:13
Do you mind me asking how much it cost ya?

ed_in_az
23rd October 2006, 06:17
Do you mind me asking how much it cost ya?

It's not cheap. $246 with the $15 cover from Dennis Kirk. But I don't worry about temps now, I just ride. I'll admit though I still look at my temp gauge once in awhile.

The breakdown is: $160.00 = cooler / Adapter = $71.00(avoids cutting lines, just screw it on) / 14.95 = cover

Roadster_Rider
23rd October 2006, 06:19
Hmm, well its not nearly as hot here as it is in AZ, at that price i think i wont worry about it, either that or i'll set up a bracket for one that i find on ebay :D

Its still pretty cool though.

ed_in_az
23rd October 2006, 06:26
Hmm, well its not nearly as hot here as it is in AZ, at that price i think i wont worry about it, either that or i'll set up a bracket for one that i find on ebay :D

Its still pretty cool though.

After the 1200 conversion my motor was running hotter and I didn't want that to become an issue and cost me a motor so I figure it was money well spent compared to a new engine.

turfpro
23rd October 2006, 06:26
ive rode in 104+ temps at 80 mile a hour for a few hours threw central CA, and didnt have a over heat problem, I dont think i need one, but it looks good. I use synthetic oil

ed_in_az
23rd October 2006, 06:32
To be clear, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone not seeing temps over 250 degress. I was even with synth oil. I can still see 250 occasionally if I'm running 90+mph for any distance but other than that it's fine.

SportsterBart
23rd October 2006, 06:34
Looks good Ed, but I strongly suggest putting braided lines on it ;)


Bart

ed_in_az
23rd October 2006, 06:35
Looks good Ed, but I strongly suggest putting braided lines on it ;)


Bart

Just say no to bling!:laugh

SportsterBart
23rd October 2006, 06:39
Just say no to bling!:laugh

I hear ya, but they do come in colors. Even black. :smoke


Bart

turfpro
23rd October 2006, 07:23
i think mine has maxed at 220-230 ussally 180
I bet if you go from 80 to 90mph and 104 to 110 degrees , Youll wish you had one. But Im not going to ride in anything over 100 unless I have to. :)

sportymark
23rd October 2006, 08:15
Excactly the same as the Harley one I have on mine.

cootertwo
23rd October 2006, 09:46
Ed, glad to hear someone else had the same problem as me, "after" conversion. Mine hit right at 300 one day, after a 90/95 mph run! Scared the sheet out of me. I tried re-jetting, timing, everything I could think of, and finally put on a cooler, and it is now fine. Now, 250, is the hottest I can get it. 180/190 just crusin around. What kind of conversion kit did you use?

chopperdave
1st September 2007, 15:19
To be clear, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone not seeing temps over 250 degress. I was even with synth oil. I can still see 250 occasionally if I'm running 90+mph for any distance but other than that it's fine.

where do you get oil temp?
and where did you get adpter for oil line?
thanks

jessearias
1st September 2007, 19:20
I have used that same model (SE brand) on both my XR and 1200. Work very well though I would probally use the Jagg 10 row if I had a 04 and up bike to control the higher running temps. The little cooler is fine for the older bikes as they don't run as hot. But, the newer bikes need that extra cooling capacity. The only problem is the size and they don't look as pretty as the smaller ones.