kobetsu Posted October 31, 2022 Report Share Posted October 31, 2022 (edited) Bike: GG 280 TXT PRO 2008 Hi all, I'm here for the first time, so appologise if I put this issue in wrong place. I'm sure each time you see "overheating" issue automatically you think... "no, another guy with fan problem". I'm trying to solve my issue from June this year. What's the problem... Problem is temp. of cooling liquid eaisly reaches over 110 degree so with clasic liquid means boiling and rest you know. I even could break pomp simering (attached as picture) - of course cooling tap is fully ok, open about 1 bar but with boiling liquid cannot handle this. Pomp is working and there is circulation of liquid (with transparent hose you can eaily see it). Fan in turing on about 65 degrees (even with short-circuit there is no significant difference). Ignition advance is about 20 degrees - I do not know if it is right value - no data to compare. I'm looking also for info what is typical temperature of liquid on idle, during light ride and heavy one. What was checked: 1. Different radiator 2. Mixture composition (lean/reach) 3. Even whole different carburetor 4. completely new water pomp 5. head and inner/outer orings replaced 6. different head 7. current regulator - check with completely new 8. short-circuit fan One time I succeed to fix problem... temp was 74 degree and goes up to 90 during ride then nicely back to 74 degrees. No idea what I did... my mistake was I took carburetor to consult spire set and when I assembled it back no more 74 degrees... only typical problem. I did not check yet flywheel and coils behid, ignition module. Any valuable ideas ? Serious comments ? Thanks Jan Edited October 31, 2022 by kobetsu Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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