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Hi guys,

A few months ago, I checked the fluid level of my radiator. Took of the cap and saw the level just under the cap. Everything is fine. As you might remember, after that, I had an "incident" at the Zolder racetrack, which caused 90° lean angle :doh:

Yesterday, I wanted to check the fluid level again. Not for a special reason, just because I wanted to do so. I loosened the filler cap a bit and the fluid spilled out already.

Actually, the temperature of the bike was not changing after the incident (as far as I remember> I am getting old already :D ). Maybe riding in the city makes the temp rising a bit too quick. On country roads no problem.

So, does this mean that I have to bleed to system?

Hope you can give me a helping hand.

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Dirk
 

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Unless you are having an issue with overheating (doesn't appear that way), don't bother bleeding it.
It overflowed when you removed the cap, because the hoses remained under pressure from the last time you ran it. Nothing to worry about as far as I can tell.
 
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