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    Normal treK 899 temp ??

    Hi guys, new owner here, surely you already have posted something about normal temp and i apologise if im reposting but im really concern about the operating temperature.

    In a traffic light it appears that gonna burn me alive, in a day with 30c degrees.

    The fans in this moment wont turn off, however she doesnt stall at any time.

    Can anyone confirm if this behavior is normal?.

    Then temp goes up to the 4 line in the indicator, does anyone know how to read the match between lines and degrees?

    Thanks everyone for reading this.
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    My 1130 k never goes past where your temperature gauge is showing in the photo , and I've ridden in temps over 35°c in Italy and France

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    The temperature gauges on Benelli Tre's are notoriously inaccurate. The gauge on my Tornado shows 105 when it is actually at 120 and spilling its guts over the workshop floor.
    If you want to know exactly what it is you will have to connect TuneECU to the bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post
    My 1130 k never goes past where your temperature gauge is showing in the photo , and I've ridden in temps over 35°c in Italy and France
    thank you Rick, i bought the bike the last friday and i just put in some new oil and filter, now the bike is running smoother and cooler that before. (i got it with 1000 miles on it, i think it never got an oil change the poor thing)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    The temperature gauges on Benelli Tre's are notoriously inaccurate. The gauge on my Tornado shows 105 when it is actually at 120 and spilling its guts over the workshop floor.
    If you want to know exactly what it is you will have to connect TuneECU to the bike

    hahaha!; I have been reading some of that topic, but i dont have the cable that connects to the bike, i got the db9 to usb, but not the other one, do you know where can i get one?

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    Best you go to the TuneECU website. Its full of info on how to make it work with Sagem & your Walbro ECU.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [136,351 km - and counting .....]

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    i got the db9 to usb, but not the other one, do you know where can i get one?
    Contact forum member Stingerwolf who will be able to supply a complete cable for TuneEcu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    Contact forum member Stingerwolf who will be able to supply a complete cable for TuneEcu
    thank u mr White, will do asap.

    I got an update in the issue: i was messing around with the idle regulation bold and was able to bring it down around 1050 rpm, with this i got the bike MUUUCH cooler in the traffic jams, after a 1:20h drive in a 35°c, this is the first day i dont get to my job like burning alive, and the fans fells a lot more relief.



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