When you check the rad hoses. One side will be hot to start with. One will stay cold until the thermostat opens. So I want to know once the bike is hot. Are both hoses hot? Telling me they are not hot after starting is not what I need to know.
Also. If you let the bike run for say 10 minutes at idle. Do the fans come on at all? And if they do come on, do they switch off again?
Apologies Benny, I knew what I meant
Only one hose gets hot after running for a while, then a few minutes later they both are then hot.
The garage was able to to access the ecu through the diagnostic software which had not been available last week. Interesting results.
Upon starting the bike the ecu is telling the diagnostics that it is 15c however the dash shows -40. After the bike is run up to temp, around 90c (on the diagnostics) it displays 60c on the dash. At 101 the fans cut in and successfully bring the temp down, at this point the dash and diagnostics read 99c!!??
The garage is happy the bike is running fine and the cooling system is working ok despite showing incorrect details initially on the dash. The question is if I'm happy to accept it as it is, or spend more time and money (lost racing) further sorting the fault.
I'm leaning towards getting the bike on track and seeing how it runs.