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ito
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Bike: Beta Techno 1994
Location: Aichi, Japan

Cooling fan

Postby ito » Fri Oct 28, 2016 1:36 am

PA wrote:You can bypass the thermostat by joining the two terminals. This would make the fan run all the time which you may not want when it's cold.

I saw Someone's Techno on Youtube bypassed fan. The fan runs all the time when ride.
Thanks everyone.



ito
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Replacing with a new thermostat

Postby ito » Mon Nov 21, 2016 10:51 am

I could not find how to drain coolant fluid on service manual.
So, I removed fluid with injector. Some fluid remained.
I had set up a resin sheet and a bottle as shown attached photo.
I tried to replaced with thermostat not to leak fluid.
I made it. There was not fluid leaking.

By the way,
I have got junk Honda TL125 JD06 last week,she is 125cc version of TLR200 twinshocks.
And she is registerable for on road ride. As my TECHNO is not allowed because no registration document.
TL125 is installed H-D sportster tank on attached photo. She does not look trials at all.
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Re: New from Japan

Postby PA » Mon Nov 21, 2016 4:14 pm

This is the coolant drain plug.
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ito
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Thermostat

Postby ito » Mon Nov 21, 2016 7:52 pm

Thanks, PA.

I could not find coolant drain plug on parts list.
I will be able to drain as instructed next time.



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Re: New from Japan

Postby The Hell Team » Tue Nov 22, 2016 1:47 pm

Just make sure you remove the top filler cap on the radiator as well when you remove drain plug.
Also you can wire up the Thermo switch either way as it is just a tool to complete or disconnect the circuit. It does not have to be polarity dependant. The fan does, but the thermo switch doesn't.


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Re: New from Japan

Postby Jordy » Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:04 pm

That's what I thought. Thanks for the clarification!


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