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post #111 of 113 Old 03-21-2016, 09:07 AM
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Does anyone have an engine coolant temperature sensor for the CBR250R's engine. If possible, could you post an image in this thread, or a link to the image? It would be most appreciated.

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i have seen a same case of burnt valve ,, the owner was known about the radiator fan which was not working , even though he kept riding and resulted in burnt and bent valves ,most of those are outlet valves which goes burnt, his cbr had an aftermarket two brothers exhaust as aftermarket exhaust creates more heat in engine and radiator fan was not working it means the heat damaged the valves.

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The more common result of an overheated cooling system is a blown head gasket.


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