If the bike is for the track then I suggest getting rid of the thermostat housing altogether. We make a replacement Y section that simplifies the plumbing and will save considerable weight ... I'll get around to measuring exactly how much weight but trust me it's lighter. You will not need fans on a track bike. Your motor sounds interesting; HRC pistons?Hi
Looking for a better cooling system on my RC51, my Bike has HRC Pistons,camshafts,and Injectors.(Valves and springs too), it also has akra's. I just bought the bike and when i tested it on wednesday (a hot day in Norway) i reached 100 degrees celcius in just a few rounds on the track. The previous owner told me that the Thermostat was eliminated so the cooiling system should run all the time. I now read (and also can se) the stock radiotors can't cool good enough for a track bike. I'm about to buy these radiators, but i need som information. Do you need fans to cool it?(it's only for track use, Races and trackdays, it doesn't need to run on idlespeed for waiting). Does the Radiators cool the engine too much so that i need a Thermostat?
Where are you in Norway K.S? I was just there working for a month and I really like your country. The recent attacks there are very saddening, I hope no one you know was directly affected.
Hit me up if you need more info about the rads,